Monday, April 27, 2009


Word from the Deer Lake Pavillion was new NDP voter Rafe Mair was out in force today with Burnaby NDP candidates. The four NDPer were more than happy to have the attention and support for the former Socred cabinet minister and radio talk show host for the day.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah so?

Free country isn't it?

Rafe can support who he wants can he not?

4/27/2009 9:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, surprise surprise.

A lame, old-fart, has-been of a media personality decides to channel his old-age bitter senility into supporting a party that's pretty much his political equivalent...

And we're supposed to be interested?

Rafe's influence died a long time ago, and few if any mourned its passing.

4/27/2009 11:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wasnt he fired for some sort of sexual comment he made at CKNW.

4/28/2009 12:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rafe is an old coot, but let's turn this around.

Would the same things be said if he endorsed the BC Liberals in Burnaby?

4/28/2009 7:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He has been a kook for a while now. How many young voters, under 30, even know who he is?

4/28/2009 7:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Probaly ones that don't vote.

4/28/2009 8:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rafe has had a remarkable impact on a lot of things in this province. He was almost alone initially raising concxerns about farmed salmon. Now he is raising concerns about run of the river private power projects. No one listens to him? Dream on.

4/28/2009 9:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Those old Socreds ... you never could tell what kind of ideology they actually believed in because they were a big tent party.

4/28/2009 10:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

better to be a big tent party, and have lots of volunteers than a little tent party with not enough volunteers.

Look around, they're everwhere.

The President, the Eecutive Director, one idiot Regional Organizer, a few candidates, quite a few volunteers, all ex-Socreds.

There's little left of the original BC Liberals led by Art Lee and Gordon Wilson and run by May Brown and Christie Clark.

4/28/2009 6:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rafe Mair could have ended his career gracefully and been remembered as an influential British Columbian, but instead he tried to force his career to continue as he became increasingly more insane from old age. He's the definition of "cranky old fart". He's a joke and a footnote in BC politics. The NDP should not even want his support.

4/29/2009 1:48 AM  
Anonymous A fan said...

Such vitriol.
Rafe Mair is a hero.

SHAME on those who have nothing good to say about a man who clearly has the best long term interests of this province not only in his heart, but on his sleeve.

4/29/2009 11:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

...together with the snot dripping from his old-fart nose...

4/29/2009 2:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rafe Mair is a hero??? hahaha

...but I do love watching his desperate attempts to regain relevance.

He should stick to eating his cream of wheat and yelling at children when their baseballs land in his yard.

4/29/2009 4:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ageist bigots

May your children refuse to change your diapers when you get old.

4/29/2009 5:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well may your children refuse to change yours for tonight's sleepy

4/29/2009 5:36 PM  

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