Sunday, January 08, 2006

So it begins... about five weeks after the fact

George Drazenovic's campaign held an open house up in North Burnaby yesterday. The alternative energy rising star had a sizable, ethnically diverse crowd out to his event. Fellow candidate Kanman Wong, from Vancouver-Kingsway, joined Drazenovic at his opening.

Drazenovic's brochure was also available for the taking. The picture on the front features Drazenovic standing in front of an alternative energy windmill. On the back, the soccer-loving candidate is shown in the stands of an outdoor sporting event, which one can only assume is a soccer match. Inside the brochure, the "Green" Tory talks about the environment and alternative energy sources, including a whole section on the Kyoto Accord! Drazenovic's biography almost acts as a warning label as that is where he admits his connection to the alternative energy industry. The brochure also makes reference to taxes.

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

It all adds up to the guy does not want to win and people should not vote for a candidate whose heart is not in it.
All this talk about him being a Liberal plant is a bunch of crap. He is not that smart to be part of something like that.

1/08/2006 9:21 PM  
Blogger Steve said...

Robert Burnaby used an exclamation mark in a blog entry. When was the last time this happened? ;)

1/08/2006 10:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good point. If a guy won't even get out to knock on doors and meet people during an election, what are the chances he will work for us as an MP?

Love him or hate him, I never once heard anyone say Svend's Office did not return their call.

1/10/2006 10:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It was probably Siskay who actually returned most of those calls while Svend was out blocking
forest roads, convienetly getting in the way of security police or getting kicked out of countries and
stating his human rights were violated.

Siskay will certainly have the drive to help the constituents...

...while Billy Boy seems to have the drive to get one political appointment after another.

1/10/2006 4:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What does the literature say about George and Kyoto. I thought the Conservative platform said they would not support Kyoto.

Although I believe George's other interests would hit paydirt if Kyoto was embraced by the world.

Then again, The US and Australia are not in and China and India are exempted so the KA is dead in its tracks not sure how the NDP and Liberals don't realize this.

1/10/2006 9:24 PM  
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1/23/2006 11:04 PM  

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