Tips on Beating Down the Conservative Menace
"Don't know if I'll join up"That 10 bucks is very daunting ;)
Well, it isn't the money. I've got a long trail of over the top blogging by now. Would people on the BTs try to do to me what I try to do to them? Ie. Tag the party with a crazy blogger.
Good. I was going to give up if it didn't pass.
"Well, it isn't the money. I've got a long trail of over the top blogging by now. Would people on the BTs try to do to me what I try to do to them? Ie. Tag the party with a crazy blogger."I'm guessing that your actual membership is a bit moot, given your name BCL
All this time it was a lower case "l" eh?:)C'mon BCL, only a true Grit would be shilling for Gordon Campbell. Normal, everyday, left of centre liberal folks are backing Carol James (who is as centrist as they come) or even the Greens before Campbell.
Argh. Why did you have to let me find out that Cherniak's discovered twitter?
Firebrand,Normally I wouldn't care about B.C. elections. Carole James and her "axe the tax" nonsense pissed me off royally. And, as I've noted elsewhere, I think GC has gotten better over the years.
Incidentally, I've always gotten the big "L" small "l" thing wrong. I've always called myself a big "L" liberal, meaning ultra-Liberal, meaning "make same sex marriage obligatory in Calgary" Liberal. I never grasped the party connection.
I've got a long trail of over the top blogging by now.You can do a global "search and delete" on my comments if that will help. Really, I won't mind.
Impressive. The Liberal party is going to become democratic at some future date. How progressive.And as part of their "One step forward, One step backward" strategy, Liberal delegates endorsed both cap and trade AND a carbon tax. Lotsa luck with that policy.
I always love when Albertards, resdidents of a one-party province where no one votes, gas on about democracy.
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