"We can't allow things that are inaccurate to stand." — The Word of Our Dan, February 19, 2008.

Thursday, February 28, 2008

Bond Papers booooo!

Ed Hollett is wrong, wrong, wrong.

He interrupted his Star Trek marathon or D&D session long enough to go down into his mother’s basement, go on the computer, and type:

The reports - more than one - on all acute care facilities in St. John's, including the province's major health centre, were released later in the day. They chronicle $135 million in capital costs to address critical and potentially critical problems with the physical plant as well as a range of other problems and issues.

They were prepared in 2005 but kept secret until Wednesday.
Of course, we will all recall that in his 2003 election platform, Danny Williams promised that:

A Progressive Conservative government will:
    • Release to the public every government-commissioned report within 30 days of receiving it, indicate the action government will take on a report's recommendations within 60 days, and ensure prompt public access to all government reports in hard copy and on the Internet.
We all know how the Premier feels about people who lie and don’t keep their political promises, and that the Premier always tells the truth and is never inconsistent or hypocritical, and that, therefore, he must have released those government-commissioned reports on the hospital situation in St. John’s within 30 days of their receipt, and indicated the action government would take within 60 days.

Premier Williams runs an open and accountable government.

Danny is right. Danny is always right.

And that, by definition, means that Ed Hollett must be wrong.


At 1:54 PM, February 29, 2008 , Blogger babe in boyland said...

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