Kathy Dunderdale cannot quit as leader of the provincial Conservative Party, says Fairity O’Brien in an interview with NTV.
He stresses it over and over. The caucus is solidly behind her.
He stresses it so much – right down to telling you that he wants to stress the message in this interview – that where . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: The Bunker Door is Welded Shut #nlpoli
For some reason, Kathy Dunderdale wants to know who is criticising her pet project.
Now she doesn’t come flat out and say that, but you can tell someone got her goat pretty good during the public utilities board hearings into Muskrat Falls.
You can tell because Kathy said so in the House of Assembly on . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: Up her nose, sideways #nlpoli
Premier Kathy Dunderdale should appoint municipal affairs minister Kevin “Fairity” O’Brien to handle intergovernmental affairs.
While Dunderdale is busily lobbing hand grenades at the federal government, Fairity is taking a very different attitude:
It’s fine enough for me to blame everything on municipalities, and it’s fine enough for you to blame everything on the . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: All’s Not Fairity in Love and War #nlpoli
In a scrum on Wednesday, May 23, Premier Kathy Dunderdale said:
“What we are talking about, in fact, is a two hour window here.”
In the House of Assembly on Thursday, May 24, Premier Kathy Dunderdale said:
I have asked Minister MacKay for an explanation of the gap that occurred on January . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: The Dunderdale-O’Brien Confusion #nlpoli
Municipal affairs minister Kevin “Fairity” O’Brien stood in the House of Assembly on Wednesday “to highlight the continued progress in implementing the Provincial Waste Management Strategy in our province.”
Wonderful stuff it could have been.
The only problem is Fairity really didn’t provide an update.
He told us what the original goals were.
He . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: The Fairity of Regurgitation #nlpoli