Laurie Throness, who spoke against the transgender rights Act, didn't, doesn't, appear to have the balls to back up his responsibility to all British Columbians by his deliberately leaving the chamber in order not to have a black mark lodged against the BC Liberals.
Laurie Throness' duty is to vote, come hell or high water, its in his bible.
Throness was in the building! Throness WAS IN THE BUILDING up until Speaker Linda Reid called for the vote. Admonishment? Not bloody likely by the speaker.
The $50,000 stipend paid to Christy Clark for her working the BC Liberal fund raising circuit proves that the only family that comes first in British Columbia is her party membership family. eg. helicoptering to Haida Gwaii to dole out $150,000 during a local election. Source of authorization has never been provided.
Christy Clark's handler Ben Chin has always found a way to fly the Premier anywhere in the Province to fulfill her re-election dreams with multiple photo ops, but on this occasion Clark, like Throness, chose to leave the chambers.
Clark slips up, skips Transgender vote:
There was no reason for premier to put money ahead of this issue