"Where's the integrity when you're the minister responsible for public safety, and you rack up a string of speeding tickets as long as your arm?" Krueger growled.
"BC Place wouldn't be as attractive a site without a retractable roof. They (the Vegas Casino Company) might not be interested, and if they were, it would not be for the kind of financial considerations that they had put on the table."
"He (Vegas Casino Company principle, former BC Liberal Party political appointee in charge of casino and crap table oversight, and BC Liberal Party financial contributor, Mr. T. Richard Turner) felt that it would be beneficial to all concerned if I knew that that (ie. not pouring hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars into a a retractable roof for BC Place) could be a deal-breaker and certainly wouldn't enable the same contract that they had in mind when they believed that there'd be a retractable roof on the stadium. That was the extent of it."
Here's a clip of Mr. Krueger demonstrating that his ubermost-integrity from the days before the Casino Industrial Complex deal went sideways and we, the people of British Columbia, were left holding the $600 million dollar bag.....
Clearly, based on Mr. Krueger's bizarre promotional appearances earlier this week, a brand-new season of BC Liberal Party spinoff sitcoms has begun.
And while Kruegertown! (which, by the way, is one of the finest examples of anti-[Norman]Learist-matter that we have ever seen) does not have Courteney Cox in the cast, the show's star is clearly dancing in the darkest circles of self-immolation that threaten to burn the entire BC Liberal Party Production Company complex to the ground for once and for all.
Metaphorically speaking, of course.
Meanwhile, the star of the Production Company's (late, late, way past) mid-season replacement, 'PoMoCoNoMo Shore', remains as oblivious as ever when speaking of Mr. Krueger's promotional blitzkrieg bopp'n hops:
"He's not Mr. Politically Correct," (not)Premier Christy Clark understated. "He expresses his views on things, often without a lot of filter."