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Federal Tory MP attacks B.C. Liberals

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Federal Conservative MP John Cummins is stepping into provincial politics, aggressively slamming the B.C. Liberal government as arrogant, attacking its handling of BC Hydro and the Agricultural Land Reserve, and dismissing the current Liberal leadership race as irrelevant.

Sounding every bit like a possible leadership candidate for a provincial party, Mr. Cummins said in an interview on Monday that he believes B.C. politics has a gap that is waiting to be filled. “The B.C. Conservative Party is ideally situated to fill that vacuum,” he said.

“When parties get arrogant and start ignoring the people, their days are numbered, and I think that is the case with the Liberal Party,” Mr. Cummins said.

People around the province have told him that they are looking for an alternative to the Liberals and the NDP in provincial politics, he said.

“People are fed up with the two choices. They don’t want a return to the NDP, and they are tired of the Liberals saying you have to vote for us or you are going to get the NDP. They want a party that has a vision for the province, and offers them honest government and government that is responsive to their needs, and you will not find that in the B.C. Liberals,” he said.

Mr. Cummins sidestepped questions about whether he is interested in running for the leadership of the party. He said he was not particularly enthusiastic about the idea, but did not dismiss the possibility. “Right now, my function in the B.C. Conservative Party is to help the party grow, to grow the membership and the enthusiasm for th. party,” he said. “I have not gone beyond that.”

 

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by ROBERT MATAS

Source: The Globe and Mail


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