Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Crusty Clark's Throne Speech - Barf

We've got nobody to blame for it but ourselves.  Well, ourselves and that dork who led the NDP in the last provincial election. 

"It" was Crusty Clark's throne speech delivered yesterday by our Lt.-Gov., Judith Guichon, in which Clark compared allowing a couple of energy giants and pipeline companies to frack shale gas to John F. Kennedy's challenge to send Americans to the moon.

“We choose to do this not because it will be easy, but because it is hard,” said Lt.-Gov. Judith Guichon as she read the speech.

“Because it will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one which we intend to win.”

Utterly stomach churning.


bcwaterboy said...

Indeed Mound, how quickly we forget that less than a year ago, virtually everything that came out of Clark's mouth was a major gaffe giving us more than enough evidence that she wasn't fit to lead this province. What the heck was she doing last week in California anyway? She is nothing more than poorly scripted cliches, take her off message in any way, and the truth comes out. I like you remain aghast that an election that was so apparently easy to win, was completely and utterly wasted by the BCNDP.

The Mound of Sound said...

BCW, are you actually a "waterboy" of the choral group of that name?

bcwaterboy said...

Nope, but love their music, especially Fisherman's Blues. Name comes from the life long passion for life on the water.

the salamander said...

.. what is falling apart ( or under assault) politically in British Columbia .. mirrors the national calamity being delivered in Albertawa by Stephen Harper ..

Full Frontal Democratic Lobotomy ..
in plain view.. supported by mainstream media