Is it true that when BC Liberal MLA Randy Hawes found a spine and stood up in Caucus and spoke out against Rich Coleman’s ‘tax break cash for a special brewery friend of mine’ deal, he was heard to utter by way of calling a spade a spade, “it’s time to put a stop to the corruption”?
Which, as told to me, would seem to suggest that:
1) There’s more where this came from, and
2) A lot of insiders know at least who the bodies are and maybe even where they’re buried
And do the ex-cabinet members and retiring MLAs who joined him in his tirade against Minister Coleman completely agree?