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PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 7:31 pm
 


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Ditching Clark at this point wouldn't matter. The damage is already done.


Agreed. Now it's damage control. Do they lose a ton of seats or a butthurt full?

If she stays, it'll be ....

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 7:55 pm
 


BC is a good example of the defeatism I try to talk about. Who sees what they actually consider a "positive result" coming out of the next provincial election?

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 8:14 pm
 


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Who sees what they actually consider a "positive result" coming out of the next provincial election?

Hmm.



Nobody out here who's lived through the Socreds, NDP or Liberals. :roll:

BC Politics is a bloodsport. A lot of fun to watch but when it's all said and done it's the same old shit no matter who they put in the ring.

Consider this just about every Premier we've had in the last 2 decades has resigned in shame so why should Ms. Cluck be any different?


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 8:46 pm
 


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BC is a good example of the defeatism I try to talk about. Who sees what they actually consider a "positive result" coming out of the next provincial election?

Hmm.


What would be your alternative?


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 8:51 pm
 


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BC is a good example of the defeatism I try to talk about. Who sees what they actually consider a "positive result" coming out of the next provincial election?

Hmm.


What would be your alternative?

Revolution, of course. The stanley cup riots were just a practice run.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 9:01 pm
 


Unsound wrote:
Gunnair wrote:
Public_Domain wrote:
BC is a good example of the defeatism I try to talk about. Who sees what they actually consider a "positive result" coming out of the next provincial election?

Hmm.


What would be your alternative?

Revolution, of course. The stanley cup riots were just a practice run.



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PostPosted: Wed Mar 06, 2013 12:29 am
 


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BC is a good example of the defeatism I try to talk about. Who sees what they actually consider a "positive result" coming out of the next provincial election?

Hmm.

A "positive result"... Hmmmmmm...

Well, I'm positive that no matter who wins there will be those, who I guarantee, will bitch about the result.

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 06, 2013 1:37 am
 


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BC is a good example of the defeatism I try to talk about. Who sees what they actually consider a "positive result" coming out of the next provincial election?

Hmm.


What would be your alternative?
Cut heroin prices by 75%.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 06, 2013 1:42 am
 


Unsound wrote:
Gunnair wrote:
Public_Domain wrote:
BC is a good example of the defeatism I try to talk about. Who sees what they actually consider a "positive result" coming out of the next provincial election?

Hmm.


What would be your alternative?

Revolution, of course. The stanley cup riots were just a practice run.

The Stanley Cup riots would be ideal... Cops didn't do anything. Courts didn't do anything.

Maybe it's because the rioters had no ideas...?


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 06, 2013 2:09 pm
 


Public_Domain wrote:
Gunnair wrote:
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BC is a good example of the defeatism I try to talk about. Who sees what they actually consider a "positive result" coming out of the next provincial election?

Hmm.


What would be your alternative?
Cut heroin prices by 75%.


So none.

Moving on.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 06, 2013 4:28 pm
 


It's a shame you choose to be humourless for the moment...

I answered like that because the actual answer to that seemingly siimple question gets complicated.

It's not as easy as putting a slip of paper in a box and than brushing off your hands.

My alternative is change in the streets... The answer is complicated because it's not like I want this only for BC, or even to start there.

Unsound basically got my answer right in the shortest possible way. Revolution. I have no reform proposals for you. If reform is the only thing you're going to consider a "serious alternative" then I don't know why you asked me that question. Go ask a liberal or something. Maybe they'll suggest some sort of tax (or cut) that you'll consider a proper suggestion in these circumstances.

I won't.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 06, 2013 5:23 pm
 


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It's a shame you choose to be humourless for the moment...

I answered like that because the actual answer to that seemingly siimple question gets complicated.

It's not as easy as putting a slip of paper in a box and than brushing off your hands.

My alternative is change in the streets... The answer is complicated because it's not like I want this only for BC, or even to start there.

Unsound basically got my answer right in the shortest possible way. Revolution. I have no reform proposals for you. If reform is the only thing you're going to consider a "serious alternative" then I don't know why you asked me that question. Go ask a liberal or something. Maybe they'll suggest some sort of tax (or cut) that you'll consider a proper suggestion in these circumstances.

I won't.


I was curious if you had anything in your poltical bag of tricks beyond the party line.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 06, 2013 7:04 pm
 


The Communist Parties and I are fairly different. I'd likely get kicked out of them if I were to join.

So, as far as "party lines" are concerned.... None represent me.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 06, 2013 7:29 pm
 


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The Communist Parties and I are fairly different. I'd likely get kicked out of them if I were to join.

So, as far as "party lines" are concerned.... None represent me.


Sure they do.

Anarchist Revolution is the party line. Need that Che t-shirt with the little Anarchist A on the breast pocket area. I think Wal Mart sells them.

anarchists could probably order one from ebay on their Apple iPhone.


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