Saturday, April 26, 2014

Incredulously, Premier Christy Clark praises one BC Teacher ".. the incredible passion that my DAD brought to the classroom.."

At the First swearing in as a Premier, Christy Clark laid her soul on the line, and then walked away from her promised commitments of her Mantra:   Our government will ask this question with every decision we face: How does it affect families, and will it make families stronger?

Premier Christy Clark: Swearing in Speech
March 14, 2011
Check against delivery

..... Our government recognizes that the economy is not an abstract thing. It exists to create jobs and to sustain families and sustain communities. And today we must renew our focus on job creation in our province. Low to middle income earning families, particularly in rural communities, are struggling to keep up. Good jobs are the foundation of strong families, and this government will be tireless in looking for ways to strengthen every aspect of our economy in every corner of our province, building an economy that works for every citizen, wherever they are. 
Citizen:  a legally recognized subject or national of a state or commonwealth, either native or naturalized.

Temporary Foreign Worker: A foreign national who has been authorized to enter and remain in Canada, on a temporary basis, as a worker.

How does it affect families, and will it make families stronger?   - Christy Clark

Christy Clark used the word "passion", twice, in this passage of her Anointment to Premiership:
..... And putting families first also has to mean focusing on education with passion, with energy, and with real commitment. Our  Government will do this with an approach that says innovation shouldn’t start when you go on to post secondary education; it has to start in kindergarten. My commitment to education started at home. My dad was a public school teacher. And to this day, I still meet people who benefited from the incredible passion he brought to the classroom and the intense focus he put on each child as an individual. He believed, as I do, that every student has talent no matter what their family income, no matter what their circumstance, and no matter where they’re from. 
Maybe the reason that her DAD instilled such passion was because there was more MONEY in School budgets going into teaching rather than paying CARBON taxes to become Neutral, eh
In many ways, education is the fuel of our progress as a society, and that means that teachers are the engines. I want to work with our teachers to build a bright and hopeful future for families, one student at a time. In government, as in our schools, we need every member of the team fully engaged, giving their best, and contributing the most.

My dad was a public school teacher. .... with incredible passion!

Do the children of Teachers today, see their parents in the same light?

Over the last two weeks, I have met with every single government MLA, and I am convinced that each one will make an important contribution to our government’s agenda, and more importantly, in making sure that their constituencies’ concerns are heard at the centre of power in Victoria.  
 Premier Christy Clark should have said that she MET with every single MLA, government and opposition, to ensure that their Constituents' concerns are heard at the centre of power in Victoria.

When the dust has settled after voting in any election, school board, municipal, provincial, federal, ..... the minority of voters (those who's candidate failed in a majority of votes) are to be represented, fairly, by their new Representative even thought they may have a different point of view, politically.

Premier Christy Clark is using her centre of power in Victoria Vancouver to punish those communities, those Ridings, that didn't bring her a Landslide Victory.  eg.  Cut Coastal ferries services budget by $17,000,000 to help the Single Shareholder bring in a balanced Budget.

How can the BC Liberal government  appear to be working tirelessly, in looking for ways to strengthen every aspect of our economy in every corner of our province, building an economy that works for every citizen, wherever they are if they are busier cutting services that did bring on a strong economy?  
 How does it affect families, and will it make families stronger?   - Christy Clark

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