Gary Mason tweets:
Now, this is in relation to former BCTF President Susan Lambert tweeting a rumour that there might be sweeping changes to the School Act that would, in effect, privatize a lot of it. Now Lambert clearly labels this a rumour. You know, of the kind journalists occasionally themselves report on.
Now Mr. Mason is obviously angry at Lambert’s “irresponsibility”. Seething, I’d say. He knows this rumour isn’t true because the Minister of Education said so. So, good as gold there.
But given we are talking about a B.C. Liberal Party that promised not to tear up the teacher’s contracts back in 2002…
….and then did…
…who promised not to sell B.C. Rail…
…and then did….
…and who promised not to introduce a Harmonized Sales Tax
…and then did…
…I, personally, might be inclined to hedge my bets on this one and anything else for that matter.
At least check my anger at the door until the B.C. Liberal’s current term is over to see if it was, you know, actually warranted.
UPDATE: Meanwhile, Bill Good also has some comments
Yes, holding power to account there, Bill. But tell us what you really think.
Enjoy your retirement.