Thursday, February 07, 2008

Critical

Peter Julian has been making his way around the various NDP footholds of B.C. recently. Not only is he pre-campaigning for Jack Layton's job, which should open up after the next election progress or not, but he is also getting out his concerns to like-minded voters about the Security and Prosperity Partnership.

On Tuesday, February 19, he visits Don Davies in Vancouver Kingsway, the riding of Julian nemesis David Emerson. On Wednesday, February 21, he is near his home turf of Burnaby-New Westminster at New Westminster's Justice Institute.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think we all know our blogger is stretching it a bit far mentioning the PJ going for JL's job. None of us know when the election is going to call, not even Stephen Harper himself. So rather than trying to speculate which candidate major parties will nominate, given that calibre of the LPC prospects when comparing them to the previous LPC candidate, it is very likely that the responsibility to defeat PJ will have to fall on the shoulder of the conservatives.

As for Peter Julian, I do however think he is probably appearing to be more than a follower and I would say that he probably does deserve a prominent position in the party more than anyone else. I do admit out of all the MP's in Western Canada, he has the most potential of running a party leadership campaign when the time comes. Though Jack Layton's popularity according to the poll is not looking very likely that he will be forced out of the party yet so far. But anything can happen, who knows, all of them have to be re-elected first.

2/07/2008 5:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Also that blogger is forgetting one thing.

if Julian does go after Layton's job, it means no change in where he is as an MP.

But Layton isn't going anywhere. As long as the party likes him, they'll keep him.

Julian is an opportunist and publicity hound and doesn't know about half the things he has opinions on.

2/07/2008 7:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What I want to know is why were Peter Julian and Dawn Black front and center in the media when the Balcony Rapist moved to New Westminster but neither of them had to a word to say when the NDP mayor of Port Coquitlam assaulted and terrorized is ex-girlfriend? It goes to show that NDPers love to prattle about violence against women when it suits them but become speechless when one of their own is involved with violence against women. What a shameful double standard.

2/11/2008 11:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"What I want to know is why were Peter Julian and Dawn Black front and center in the media when the Balcony Rapist moved to New Westminster but neither of them had to a word to say when the NDP mayor of Port Coquitlam assaulted and terrorized is ex-girlfriend? "

The two were different. Poco is
not in Dawn Black's riding, but
New West is in both Julian and Black's riding, and the public had
a much more coern over the rapist
over some sad sack who smacked his
ex girlfriend.


It goes to show that NDPers love to prattle about violence against women when it suits them but become speechless when one of their own is involved with violence against women.

Huh? Is the ex Mayor of Poco an NDP
member? Cite?

What a shameful double standard.

What a waste of time.

2/11/2008 4:21 PM  

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