Christy Clark Hates Deep Cove, Now Victoria and It’s the Media’s Fault–They’re Just Not Bright Enough to Keep Up with Her
Sara ‘The Gum’ MacIntyre sent out a release some weeks ago, that included what the Premier’s Office described as objectionable language by me about the Premier.
Unsurprisingly, the vast majority of my words were taken entirely out of context, but they sent it around to discredit my work on BC Rail. I was shown a copy by a local reporter, and half way through, I was too busy laughing so hard that I couldn’t read the rest of Sara’s idiotic screed.
What amazed me, more so than anything else, was the kind of deeply personalized attack these fools in her office concoct against ANYONE who happens to catch Christy in yet another bimbo eruption.
The problem being, of course, that it now seems that when she opens her mouth, it’s ALWAYS a bimbo eruption. In thirty years of observing politics and politicians, I have NEVER seen ANY public figure so vacant of cogent thought. Vice-President Dan Qualye and Governor Sarah Palin are infinitely more articulate than a woman who is described–inaccurately, as a former “popular” talk show host. Her then colleague Bill Good, who has been doing some excellent work of late, used the same erroneous characterization on yesterday’s show when the NDP’s always effective John Horgan was demolishing Christy, for recent comments about Victoria’s “sick culture.”
Those comments were collected by Brian Hutchinson of The National Post. Hutchinson, who is one of the best columnists in the country, in an interview about the general direction of the Premier’s agenda (good luck with that, Brian, she’s been trying to locate her agenda for almost two years) was astonished when she went off on BC’s beautiful capital (I used to live there and Victoria is my favourite city in this province). I, too, was aghast at her, once again, painful stupidity and inarticulate rambling.
Here, quickly, is the thrust of her comments.
• Victoria has a “sick culture”–no, NOT the legislature, her comments couldn’t have been more clear–THE CITY. It’s people.
• Oh, Victoria doesn’t have a “sick culture” (meaning, it’s all about politics) the legislature does. It’s those damn politicians.
• When President Obama refers to the “sick culture in Washington he’s not talking about homeless people” (yes, that’s a direct quote), he’s referring to the politicians and their culture, that’s, well, sick…um. She likes Victorians…she really, really does!
Ugh, what an insufferable twit! She strikes out, again…
How does this woman go from sounding like she hates Victorians to needing a rubber room and a straight jacket–and all in 72 hours???
Simple: She’s an inarticulate boob, who couldn’t communicate unless it was in a studio with a pre-arranged script bound and laid out in front of her–and even then, when needing to come up with something on the fly, she failed. Think of her infamous inability, in 2008, to comprehend what constitutes a majority in Canadian Parliament. This was right before a federal election. In an interview with well-known pollster, Greg Lyle:
Lyle: “I really think the Conservatives may come in at around 144-148 (seats)
Clark: “So…you think they’ll have their majority then? Wow…”
ROTFLMAO! Word for word…a majority, is, of course, 155 seats. I bet she didn’t even know how many seats in federal Parliament.
The reality is, Christy Clark isn’t qualified to be Premier; she can’t articulate anything properly and isn’t intelligent enough to sell popcorn and cotton candy at a country fair. All the people surrounding her and supporting her aren’t there for her, but for themselves–and to save themselves, depending on who it is, on everything from through embarrassment to criminal prosecution.
If there is a “sick culture” in Victoria, she promised to change it pronto–and it’s worse since her arrival–much worse. She couldn’t articulate that, but didn’t hesitate to, once again, attack the “reporter” who interviewed her.
Referring to Hutchinson as “just a reporter” is a kin to referring to me as “just a blogger.”
Here is his follow-up after she took shots at him in the press.
It’s how the Dummy rolls…