crushing the BC Liberals and the big shocker, female voters have seen the light, no, actually female British Columbians have seen the real Christy Clark and have turned away in droves, the NDP have a 22 point edge in female voters...
That number is huge for two reasons, the first reason is, when Christy Clark was appointed BC Liberal leader last spring she had all or most of the female vote, she had soccer moms and security moms but now, now she only has the Slut Walk females, the only female vote Christy Clark has retained are those who stick their asses in the air and say, look at me, look at my tight ass, look at my lips and ignore my incompetence, I am not casting any aspersion towards bubbly perky teases, but sooner rather later we will need Governance, the HST removal, resolutions on ferry fares, on BC Hydro rates, on insurance costs, every decision has been put off and delayed, the Christy Clark slut routine might still be retaining the follow their penis male voter but her losses on the female side of the electorate are gone forever, Christy Clark has been B Bopping around the Province throwing out hair-brain ideas hoping and praying that something sticks and she can call an election, RCMP grandstanding with Ottawa, despite the rhetoric from Shirley Bond about cost control guarantees, you can`t guarantee security costs, you must police towns according to need, not to budgetary restrictions and then there is Christy Clark`s demands for cameras in court for drunks while real criminals walk because of trial delays and a new pre-election holiday(family day, and 18 months away) and permanent John Cummins attack ads, are you kidding me!!!
I want to know what is going to happen with hydro rates, ferry fares, service levels, health care, I want to know when that damn HST will vanish but all we`re getting is permanent election campaigning, how about Christy Clarkhaving photo-ops at Surrey school portables or closed group homes, Surrey needs 5 new schools today and there isn`t even a shovel in the ground, BC Liberals had no problem closing 170 schools but as for building new ones!..The Government could put thousands to work tomorrow building new needed schools in Surrey..
I along with most males really don`t understand the female mind but...But I do know human nature and one thing I learned a long time ago, "Hell have no fury like a woman scorned"....And Christy Clark has scorned female voters by simply winking and nodding and lip quivering at every photo-op and that has turned off those voters, actually it has more than turned the tide of female voters against her, the public may have allowed a few slutty Christy Clark moments but not every moment, whether Clark was cleaning up broken glass or stepping out of a float plane, there is a time and place for 6 inch heels,
Wives and girlfriends can see right through their husband`s mind when they ogle the TV screen when Christy Clark appears every night, don`t ask me why but there is always a segment of male voters who like their females ditzy and titillating, Whereas BC female voters see a pompous wanna-be premier who is out of her league and mentally challenged, a pom pom cheerleader better suited serving cocktails than pretending to be in charge of our Province....And that female voter will not be recovered or brought back into the BC Liberal fold......There will be no Pamela Martin riding to the rescue, even if Pammy wrote a couple more emails, you know she has written a whopping 8 emails so far, one per month, $20 K per email, what a racket!
This of course is really good news for the BC NDP, but what I really wanted to talk about was the latest phony jobs report from Stats Canada, something happened, the report went screwy, I`m not too sure who or how Stats Canada was infiltrated by the BC Liberals but it was done, and coincidentally the Stats Canada jobs report was released just an hour before Christy Clark was to appear on the Billy Good show, BC has been bleeding jobs for the last year, 28,000 thousand jobs gone year over year, new home construction is in the tank, Vancouver island, the Sunshine Coast, the Hinterlands, everywhere in BC is bleeding jobs, there are but few jobs if any available so how on earth did British Columbia create 32,000 full time jobs in one month when BC created ZERO jobs over the last year!!!!!!....I believe the word CREATED is the apt description for this story!
Something happened, somehow all of BC`s teaching jobs were added to the NEW JOBS list.....And perhaps you think this is sour grapes, you would be wrong, this jobs report was, in my opinion deliberately screwed and skewed and I`m not the only one calling this jobs report FISHY!!!
Here is some cut n paste from the Stats Canada jobs report article in the Vancouver Sun
British Columbia's full time employment surged in September pulling the province's unemployment rate down to 6.7 per cent, the first notable employment gain since July 2010.
Employment rose by 32,000 positions in B.C., according to the latest labour figures from Statistics Canada.
All of the gains in B.C. were in full time work, as part time employment fell by 8 per cent, month over month.
September's employment gains in B.C. are significant, after a year of little change.
Since September 2010, B.C. has added 35,000 jobs,(32,000 jobs last month alone, this was added by Grant G) including last month's gain. That's a 1.5 per cent increase over the last 12 months.
Employment growth across Canada in September was about four times more than what the experts were predicting.
There were 60,900 additional people employed last month, while economists had expected a gain of just 15,000.
The September nationwide unemployment rate fell to 7.1 per cent from 7.3 per cent in August. That's the lowest the jobless rate has been since December 2008.
Economists expected the rate to be unchanged last month.
Friday's positive report followed two months of stagnant job-market conditions in the country. There were 5,500 fewer people employed in August.
Breaking the numbers down by category, there were 63,800 more people with full-time jobs last month and 2,900 fewer considered part time.
The public-sector accounted for a gain of 36,900 workers, while there were 14,900 fewer in the private sector and 38,900 more people were self-employed.
Perhaps not surprisingly for the month September, most of the job gains came in the area of educational services. There were 38,000 additional people working in the category last month, Statistics Canada said.
Employment in education was up 20,000 from where it was in September last year.
Avery Shenfeld, chief economist with CIBC World Markets, noted how the education numbers also tend to skew the job numbers down at the end of the school year.
Noting the effect education had on the overall numbers, the decline in private-sector employment and losses in industries such as manufacturing that are often bellwethers of the overall economy, Shenfeld called the September jobs report "an impressive tally in the headlines, if not quite as much in the details."
Some of the other industries seeing job gains were accommodation and food services, natural resources and public administration.
Besides manufacturing, declines were seen in sectors such as finance, insurance, real estate and leasing, and information, culture and recreation.
Service sectors in general saw employment an employment gain of 54,200 people, while there was a smaller rise of 6,600 people working goods-producing sectors.
Scotia Capital economists Derek Holt and Karen Cordes Woods were also skeptical of the employment trends, despite the strong overall gain.
"Details were much softer and more mixed in the report than the headline suggests on multiple counts," noting some of the same issues as Shenfeld as well as gains in the volatile self-employment category and the fact that hours worked last month declined 0.3 per cent.
BMO Capital Markets economist Robert Kavcic said the numbers are "warding off any concern that the Canadian labour market is enduring a material slowdown," adding that it is "good news in a period of economic uncertainty."
Still, Kavcic pointed out the rate of employment growth in Canada has slowed to an annualized rate of 1.2 per cent in the third quarter from 2.4 per cent in the first three months of this year.
"With economic growth expected to remain soft through year-end, look for employment growth to remain modest as well," he warned.
Statistics Canada said employment in September was up 1.7 per cent, or 294,000 people, from where it was a year earlier. Most of the gains have been in Ontario and Alberta, and in full-time employment.
with a file from Evan Duggan