And who is the wolf, anyways?
Just got this from my good friend Sharon White over at the BC Liberals. Boy, they seem a little scared by John Cummins. They even made a website to attack him. And crazed cabinet minister Mary Polack is calling Cummins unprincipled.
Mary Polack is calling Cummins unprincipled. The jokes never stop in this province.
From the BC Liberal Party….
We Cant Trust Cummins
Earlier today the BC Liberal Party began an extensive campaign to inform the public about the BC Conservative Party, and their unprincipled leader, John Cummins.
This campaign comes after months of irresponsible attacks from Cummins against Premier Christy Clark, our government and our party.
Cummins’ attacks play into the hands of the NDP. We have decided enough is enough!
The spokesperson for this campaign is Minister Mary Polak, the Minister of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation. Mary points out that Cummins is an unprincipled politician whose positions are all over the map.
Here are some examples of the unprincipled actions of Cummins:
- he calls himself a conservative, but voted NDP in the last provincial election (even though there was a BCC candidate in his riding)
- he opposed the increase in the minimum wage while taking a $100,000.00 pension paid for by taxpayers
- he wants to be a double-dipper – he’s taking a federal pension while running for provincial office
- Cummins opposed the Pacific Gateway initiative, including the roads and bridges in the Lower Mainland that are essential to our economic growth and to job creation
- Cummins even attacked Christy for fighting to get BC our fair share of federal ship-building contracts!
These facts and others can be found on the new website appropriately called www.CantTrustCummins.ca. You can hear our new radio ads on the site, and also donate. Please circulate this link to your family, friends and business associates.
Moving to expose the BCC now is essential in allowing us to make sure the NDP is stopped later. I hope you can take a minute to make a secure online donation of $25, $50, or $100 to keep these ads on the air.
President, BC Liberal Party