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The BC NDP Fundraisers Should Be Fired*

March 11, 2009

Or at least, that’s what the BC NDP Fundraisers are telling me. If they raise $3 million or so to fight the BC Liberals, they won’t be needed anymore.

So, I figure I should help them fulfill their death job-loss wish.

Help support the rise of the BC NDP to government today and get rid of the BC Liberals by donating here.

Of course, many of you either live outside of BC and would prefer to focus on your own regions and/or don’t have that much money. That’s alright: just simply donate $5 or $10 or so. Every bit counts.

Think of it as buying NBCD a drink or something (or if you hate me, throwing said drink into face). Or proving that Internet fundraisers can work for Canada’s NDP.

Why would we want to get get of the BC Liberals? Simple: they have the ability to mismanage the province of BC greatly. When it comes to turning surpluses into massive deficits, break their promises to not sell BC Rail then mismanage the bidding process, mishandle their mega projects, fail to give the resources needed to attack gangs, and generally not giving a darn about working people, the BC Liberals have done it all!

Now, you might want to focus your money to some winning campaigns within BC. To that end, I’d like you to think about directing your donation to the Tobias Lawrence and Julie Carew campaigns in Prince George. They have a very good shot at getting rid of Pat Bell, the Forest Minister presiding over the massive downturn in the forest industry (this started before the current global downturn) and Shirley Bond, the Education Minister and Deputy Premier that has presided over cuts to both our school and post-secondary system, respectively.

*Joking. Please Don’t Hurt Me.

  1. March 12, 2009 at 11:11 pm

    Huh. I thought it would be problematic for someone to donate from out of province, but I just scanned through the BC Elections Act and I couldn’t find any residency restrictions on contributions. That being the case, I will toss a little money your way.

    • March 12, 2009 at 11:19 pm

      Awesome! Thanks a bunch.

      IIRC, out of province people can donate to a campaign in BC; however, they don’t get the tax credits.

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