posted by Robert Burnaby at 12:09 PM
It's a bit messy. No front line list of the people to vote for.Broke a rule there. Should alwayslist your candidates so peoplecan see who to vote for and whoto avoid. Too much. Too much to read.Safe nieghbourhoods. Yeh right.When do I get my $1000 back I hadpay in deductibles because twice some weenie stole my car?
See that Team Burnaby has "upgraded" their website.Group picture is too small. Theyfinally got something right.Highlighting their position inblue has to be a brand new wayof doing things. At least forthem. But otherwise nothing new with themThey smell.
What do you expect. In a civic election-wasting money on a website is a joke. No one gives a rats ass about how your site looks except maybe your competitors.
Have you seen their quote on policing? They claim they did the following:-Hiring 45 new uniformed officers since 1995 (a 17.6% increase) and 12 civilian staff working with the RMCP (a 14.2% increase). -This includes 24 new officers in 2005 alone. So I assume they added 21 offices between 1995 and 2005? Me smells adding a bunch of cops just before the election to ramp up the numbers.
What, incumbents fudging the numbers just before an election? Never heard of it. I mean the NDP in 1996 and the Liberals in 2005 did no such thing.
Yes but I though Corrigan and crew were supposed to be squeaky clean.
No politician is squeaky clean.If you believe that they are squeaky clean, then I havea bridge that's located betweenCoquitlam and Surrey I'll sell you.
According to a recent RCMP information release, crime in Burnaby has had a downward trend. I think that BCA was forced into talking RCMP hires only because TEAM has set that context. I'm sure any new hires were simply convention, but BCA, inevitably led down the path of TEAM's context, has decided to tell the world of their hires. When your opponent's only platform is Crime (ie. large signs), you have to react by doing something...
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