Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Christy Clark`s Pink Shirt Hypocrisy Exposed(Bitch Alert)

 (originally posted February 25th/2015)

This pink shirt day thing to combat bullying is a great thing, it's well overdue, bullying has been going on too long, and I`m personally in favour of it, however, when the likes of Stephen Harper and Christy Clark try to make political hay with it, when they pretend to be gracious and adherent to the cause is where I draw the line...

The only way to handle bullies is to bully them back, so on behalf of every British Columbia student, teacher, parent and worker, this one is for you..

Go To Hell you nasty bitch,  Christy Clark, you and your party are not fit to govern, you are a spoiled brash bitch with nary a functioning brain cell, you lead a party of miscreants and braindead losers..The list too long to cite in its entirety, ....Fassbender, Lake, Mcrae, Bennett, Stone, a bunch of pathetic elected losers who don`t give a shit about the people of British Columbia, they only about those who write cheques to the BC Liberal Party!

First off....Yesterday, the day before pink shirt day Judy Darcy was rising to ask a question in our BC legislature when Advanced education minister Andrew Wilkinson shouted..


Thought I'd seen it all! But as I rose 2 ask a ? in BCLeg, Lib Adv.Ed Minister heckled "cluck, cluck, cluck." UNCLUCKINGBELIEVABLE!


Andrew Wilkinson, a trained lawyer now representing advanced education and he is shouting out disparaging comments, Judy Darcy asking questions in regard to the corruption Amir Virk, the previous advanced education minister was complicit in...

Vaughn Palmer wrote an article about Christy Clark a couple of weeks ago, the gist of his article I`m not too sure, Vaughn Palmer didn`t reference pink shirt day in that article, he should have..

Christy Clark is a rude, nasty bitch, she doesn`t hesitate to cast aspersions, insults, name-calling on anyone, Christy Clark even throws her own son Hamish under the bus to advance her bile agenda..

From Vaughn Palmer, cut n pasted in its entirety..


VICTORIA — While the cherry trees were blooming in the provincial capital this week, Premier Christy Clark reminded the crowd at a party fundraiser how she’s had to endure some cold weather visiting other parts of the province.

How cold was it, premier?

“So cold that I saw a New Democrat with his hands in his own pockets.”

Yes, live from the Victoria Conference Centre, it’s Premier Stand-up.
Anybody here listen to CBC Radio? “Put your hands up, don’t be embarrassed, I do when I’m in the car.”

So the other day she’s listening and she hears a promotion for something called “the Irrelevant Show.”

“They’ve gone too far,” she fumed, purporting not to realize that it was the name of a hit comedy show. “Using my tax dollars for an entire hour on John Horgan.”


Say, did you hear that the provincial museum is preparing a new show dedicated to the 1858 gold rush in the Fraser Canyon?

Yes, it’ll be installed right opposite the gallery with the dinosaur — “the Horgan-o-saurus another species that failed to evolve and adapt over the years.”


She’s got a million of ‘em.

Her Liberals have been trying to factor the workload for the 30 or so New Democratic Party MLAs. Four question periods a week, each 30 minutes long. A few minutes work a week apiece, allowing for answer time, Clark reckons.

Less than that if you aren’t one of John Horgan’s stars, she continues, riffing on the NDP leader’s ill-advised reference in an end-of-last-year interview to the five MLAs who were performing the best, in his estimation.

Ouch, five times over.

All those media complaints about the boring throne speech?

Not her job to help reporters come up with a news story, she says, baiting the news media as effectively as she does her political opponents.
Besides, she tells the crowd at the fundraiser, boring works when it comes to managing public finances.
Think of all the things that would be exciting: “like a train wreck.”

Neither is it her job to come up with that kind of excitement. You want a train wreck, “just look at the NDP.”

The partisan crowd ate it up, as one would expect. But party leader Clark has been playing the New Democrats for laughs in public speeches as well.
In an address delivered as premier to the annual convention of the Truck Loggers Association last month, Clark delivered a comic set piece, beginning with a less-than-flattering reference to her son, Hamish.

My son is 13, and when you look at a 13-year-old, a teenager, generally, I don’t know about you, but the first thing that comes to my mind is lazy. Recently ... I said to him: ‘Hey, listen. You spilled that water on the couch. Can you clean it up, please?’ He looked at me, and he went: ‘You know, Mum, I’m pretty sure that that water is going to dry on its own.’ I have this fear — which other parents tell me he’ll get over it — that he’s just too lazy. He’s got to learn a work ethic.”
At this point, you might be thinking if mom keeps talking this way in public, poor Hamish is going to need a therapist. But that was just the set-up.
“Somebody said to me, look, you know, here’s the thing: Your son is a teenager and it’s just a natural thing for teenagers not to really have that get-up-and-go. Lots of times they’re lazy. But you know, it’s okay now.”

Ready for the punchline?

When your son is 31 years old and he’s still sitting on the couch and he’s asking you to clean up after him and he doesn’t want to get up and do anything, and he doesn’t have any ambition for the future, and he just really, really doesn’t have any expectations for himself. ... By the time he’s 31 years old, if he’s still doing that, he is no longer a teenager. He’s a New Democrat.”
The joke worked so well that she repeated it the following week to the Association for Mineral Exploration B.C., changing only the laugh line: “When he’s 31 years old and he’s still doing that, he is not a teenager anymore; he’s a socialist.”

Any reaction, Mr. Horgan?

“I can’t probe the mind of the premier any better than you can,” the NDP leader told reporters when the comment was relayed to him. “But I can say that it’s certainly disrespectful to 31-year-olds and it is also disconnected with the reality of our time. More and more children are having to go home because they can’t find the opportunities that their parents could find.”

Lame, when the premier’s whole objective is to provoke a laugh from her supporters and a defensive reaction from her opponent.

Horgan played it better this week, when he dismissed the throne speech with a one-liner — ”that was a half-hour that none of us will ever get back” — followed by the more serious and to the point: “People in B.C. are saying, I’m sure, ‘Goodness me, didn’t we just elect these people? Do they not have any ideas that are important to us?’ ”

As a new leader, Horgan is struggling to counter Clark’s turn-on-a-dime ability to do witty, visionary, and partisan in almost the same breath. Naturally, he’ll draw on advisers, researchers and colleagues alike. He may also need the services of a good joke writer, given the way she plays the game.


Christy Clark, queen bitch and bully, it`s not the firstime Christy Clark has thrown her son Hamish under the bus...

The Straight Goods

Cheers Eyes Wide Open



Anonymous said...

Thanks for the absolutely STRAIGHT GOODS on the LIEbralCON Christy Clark and her band of clapping useless, corrupt, career criminal seals! Thanks too goes to all BC voters who didn't show up for BC in the last election.

Just sayin' said...

Don't sweat the little things.

Lumber Prices are Tumbling: The Most Important Commodity For Housing Is Screaming "Recession"

While Crude Oil and Dr. Copper are often cited as economic indicators, as we noted previously, in fact Lumber prices are the most correlated with ISM and GDP of all industrial commodities. Lumber prices are tumbling - breaking to 18-month lows today. We have seen this picture before, and it did not end well...

Crispy won't be much longer in the job she was handed.

And the IMF Boys will be circling overhead eyeing the spoils by summer.

The province, country and globe are headed for some very dire straights. Extreme austerity, full-blown class conflict, and all-out war are near at hand.

Pink shirts are a luxury that no one will even remember by the fall.

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

I want a poll. Who would you trust among these three names? Christy Clark, Gordon Campbell or PM Harper?

Christy Clark campaigned on, 100,000 LNG jobs for BC people. There are Christy's thousands of, six figure wage mine jobs. Everyone wants one of those jobs. Premier Clark tells whopper lies, every time she opens her mouth.

Gordon Campbell twice lied and cheated to win his elections. The BCR wasn't for sale. The HST wasn't on his radar either. That is only a drop in the ocean for what that evil entity did, to BC and the citizens. Harper rewarded Campbell the post as, High Commissioner to the UK. Campbell does a lot of underhanded work for Harper.

Where in the hell do you start with Harper? What I think of Harper isn't printable. Harper was Policy Chief for his, Northern Foundation of 1989. That should have been enough, to scare the hell out of everybody. Scores of Canadians believe Harper cheated to win the last election, with his robo-call election fraud. Harper is the worst terrorist, Canada has ever had. Harper forced his way into the war with ISIS, for his own political benefit. Harper is the worst monster since, Stalin, Hitler and Mussolini. Harper too has a list of degenerates as long as his arm, to do his dirty work as well.

Anonymous said...

Cluck is simply harper's little

dimwit moron mouthpiece which makes

her just another treason like her

master and their mobs.