Friday, October 10, 2008

Photo may cook Cunningham's goose for Thanksgiving

Things appear to be going negative as Bill Siksay tries to fend off his challengers. Bill Cunningham appears to be the focus of a very negative attack to drive voters from the third-time Liberal hopeful.

In his final stab at the Burnaby riding, Cunningham has brought in all the big guns he can find - Stephane Dion, Paul Martin, Bob Rae, and Justin Trudeau - to pull votes from Bill Siksay.

20 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Justin Trudeau??

That idiot?

Bill is getting desperate.

Any candidate who tries to bring in
"all the big guns he can find" to try and impress the undecided voter is definately desperate.

Bill should consider going back to the Toronto Dominion Bank as a mortgage lender.

10/10/2008 9:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

While I wont vote for Bill Cunningham, I still want to be nice and congratulate him for being married.

BUT, I do think that after this election he will have exhausted his political ambition and I take that he should truly think about doing something else. The big guns should be no match for Dr. Leung's ability to unite anti-NDP votes and carry the riding.

10/10/2008 9:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulate him for begin married?

Be thankful for the ladies he's "off the market".

He's smart but isn't exactly buff.

He's the guy you went to get teach you the answers for the math test next week.

10/10/2008 10:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow that photo is almost as embarassing aS Gerry Lenoski's business history. Speaking of "Mr Wall Street", here is a partial list of companies Gerry Lenoski has been involved with:

Adriana Resources
Agro Pacific Industries
AMS Homecare
Asia Electrical Power Intl Group
Canoil Exploration
Consolidated Manus Industries
Dusty Mac Oil and Gas Ltd
Fab Form Industries
Fast Foot Industries
Hybrook Resources
Manus Industries
Pyng Medical
Severide Environmental
TransGlobe Energy Corp

If we are missing any, please feel free to add to this list.

10/11/2008 10:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Doesn't matter. He isn't going anywhere politically.

10/11/2008 10:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Photo was probably taken on Hallowe'en...

10/12/2008 12:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The photo was obviously a fundraiser event. What has it to do with geese - cooked or otherwise?

Bill will win on Tuesday because he is the best candidate. It took a while or Bby to figure it out but this election is his. He deserves it on hard work alone, but he will also be a good MP until SR decides to take it back.

10/12/2008 8:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bill doesn't deserve anything. Has he actually earned a win?

Even if he deserves it, does his party deserve to win government?

What would Bill do as an MP within the Opposition should by chance he wins? Collect the MP's salary and do nothing?

Give your head a shake. Robinson isn't going to take the seat back. He's too busy with a labour/socialist group in Paris France to worry about the level of
support around Capitol Hill or
Sperling Ave between Parker and
Hastings.

10/12/2008 9:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I laff at earlyer comment "Dr leung will unite vote!"

Ronald Leung who running for Burnaby douglas as conservative is a documented gay hater.

this guy has tried run for vancouver npa before. His pastor even say that gay and multicutural is the precoser to the ANTICHRIST!

Do NOT vote for Hatred!!!
see link please:
http://www.xtra.ca/public/Vancouver/NPA_candidate_accused_of_homophobia-1115.aspx

here som more:
http://www.teambc.ca/2008/10/03/ronald-leung-out-of-step-with-burnaby-on-mulitculturalim-and-same-sex-marriage/

10/12/2008 10:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Conservatives in BD should vote Siksay "big picture" because if this election looks like all the polls seem to point to it will be a minority government in which case Siksay winning rather than Cunningham will help the Conservatives form another minority government. More Liberals (ie Cunningham being elected) means bad news for the Conservatives.

Leung doesn't have a hope of winning as the track record of this riding does not support a Conservative win. The demographics in the west side of the riding and SFU are too left.

Even though he might have a slight chance of winning that same track record does not support a Cunningham win either as even in popular Liberal days they flopped.

10/12/2008 10:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not bad. Finally someone in this dumb blog has it right.

The demographics on the west side of the riding which have a denser population than east of Sperling will account for Siskay's win.

Siskay is also an incumbent. It's very difficult to unseat an incumbent and Siskay hasn't done anything to piss people off.

Cunnigham with his spoon fed political jobs (he's never really had to fight for a nomination) is a poor choice for being elected since he carries too much baggage.

The Liberals are sinking.

They should have never brought forward that Carbon Tax.

It's bad enough having to live with it because of it being brought in by The Gordomatic.

10/12/2008 11:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I looked up Consolidated Manus Industries, another one of the companies Gerry Lenoski has been involved with. Like so many of the publicly traded companies Gerry has been involved with, it has undergone multiple name changes, 6 times, ticket symbol changes, 7 times, changes in its focus of business, and has been delisted multiple times on the stock market it was traded on, 8 times. It has been traded under the names and ticker symbols of: Regis Developement Corp RGD, Manus Industries MSI, Consolidated Manus Industries CMI, Westmount Resources Ltd WTM, Mt Tom Minerals MTK, and finally Global Net Entertaiment Corp GET. In its most recent incarnation, Global Net Entertainment Corp it was in the Casino Gaming and Hotel operation. I have not been able to ascertain if Mr Lenoski was still involved with this company once it entered into its casino phase. It would be nice if Mr. Lenoski came clean as to whether or not he has ever been involved with any gambling casino operation

10/13/2008 1:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I guess the question Burnaby-NewWestminster votes have to ask themselves about Gerry Lenoski is, "Would you trust this man with your money?". If the answer is "no!", then why trust him with your vote?

10/13/2008 2:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The bigger question would be in looking at his name on the ballot and thinking of what the federal Liberals are offering Canadians:

"Why even bother voting for a federal Liberal Candidate no matter who it is?

and then move on.

10/13/2008 6:03 AM  
OpenID campaignwidow said...

Eugh! You should put a warning label on the link to that photo. But what will cook Cunningham's goose is that he himself is a turkey.

10/13/2008 7:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dr. Leung's ability to attract votes from ethnic community will also help consolidate the anti-NDP votes. I think from the comments left by different bloggers above show that Bill Siksay is far from safe. The anti-NDP factions in Burnaby have two options, and the government option will easily be the choice for many voters. We should see it tomorrow. I see good things happening.

10/13/2008 8:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

.. for the NDP

10/13/2008 12:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Dr. Leung's ability to attract votes from ethnic community will also help consolidate the anti-NDP votes. I think from the comments left by different bloggers above show that Bill Siksay is far from safe. The anti-NDP factions in Burnaby have two options, and the government option will easily be the choice for many voters. We should see it tomorrow. I see good things happening."

Geezus was this ever way off. This is the same guy that kept going on that Leung would be getting a Cabinet post.

10/15/2008 9:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So I assume this picture is why Cunningham got thrashed.

10/17/2008 10:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Apparently that's true.
And it's scared him right of town, too.

http://www.bclocalnews.com/greater_vancouver/burnabynewsleader/news/31063284.html

10/17/2008 2:01 PM  

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