Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Update


Kash Heed resigns - again

Victor's comment, posted below, was written before this morning's announcement.

The Special Prosecutor, Terrance Robertson, who cleared Kash Heed in the elections matters just happened to work for a firm of lawyers who made contributions to Heed's campaign.

Heed was correct in stepping down...again.

But here are a few nagging questions that remain.

Is is possible to run for office and not know what your campaign manager is doing?

If he is not aware, why not?

Is the Premier not aware that the Special Prosecutor works for a team that makes campaign contributions to the man under a potential cloud?

If he is not aware, why not?

And the biggest question of all - the one that must be asked at the moment that Old Granite Face re-instates Heed long distance:

Is Kash Heed, good or bad, innocent or guilty, the ONLY person in the province capable of being the Solicitor General?

Can we function Heed-less?

4 comments:

iKeith said...

I reckon Kash Heed should have joined the NDP.
There must be a good reason why so many former cabinet ministers have quit the Liberals.

Anonymous said...

Kash Heed. If you cant say something nice about a person then dont say anything at all.
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Gary L. said...

Through out all of this, Mr. Heed's defence has been "I didn't know", "I don't know", and "I didn't know that I didn't know".
All of which begs the old question:What exactly DID he know, and when did he STOP knowing about it????????

Cheers, and enjoy the sunshine.
{They can't take that away from us........... yet!

Anonymous said...

I'm sure he knew what was going on but turned a blind eye to it the same as any politico would do if they were desperate to stay in the limelight . . .

and if he didn't know the questions still remain and they are . . . . if he hired people like that who were charged then how and who is he hiring to work for him in the government? Poor judgment doesn't just go away like that.

Secondly, how could the Chinese population in his riding be so gullible as to swallow those bizarre allegations in the pamphlets? If I were Chinese I would consider that an insult to my intelligence and would have voted for anyone other than him . . . .