The Throne Speech has been delivered and British Columbia is one step closer to the NDP Green Frankenstein government that will take us into hard left environmental socialism once it is voted down next week.
It’s worth remembering though that instead of allowing that to happen, the Lieutenant Governor could opt to call a snap election.
Premier Clark and the BC Liberals crafted the throne speech intentionally to appeal to the three member Green Party caucus that currently holds the balance of power in the province, which has caused a departure from some of the campaign positions she and her party took prior to the previous election in May.
Watch as I show you what some of the promises in the throne speech entail and why the BC Liberals made them, and I’ll also explain why some modest spending isn't as bad as we may think.
Some will still find this untenable. Clark isn’t very popular and it may make some conservatives wish there was a true alternative to the right of the BC Liberals, but as of now they’re all that stands between us and the NDP Green Socialist hell we know is coming.
With a snap election highly likely the BC Liberals don’t have time to find a new leader, they don’t have time to wait for the schemes of the NDP and Greens to fail and voters to return to their side.
The urgency to win a snap election is very high, and if we’re going to venture down the path of increased spending, there’s little doubt in my mind who I trust to keep it under control and its not the NDP or the Green Party.