Bernard Von Schulmann’s predictions @ Victoria Vision: NO VICTORY! 1. Hobbis, 2. Filipovic, 3. Alto, as of Thurs., Nov. 4, 2010

 

THE OLD BASCULE BRIDGE IN VICTORIA IS CERTAINLY IN DANGER!

Bernard Von Schulmann, a supporter of Susan Woods, puts Barry Hobbis first, Steve Filipovic second, and Marianne Alto third in an article of predictions pertaining to the upcoming Victoria Byelection-Referendum, published at his influential website, Victoria Vision, on Thursday, November 4, 2010.

He also predicts that the NO side will win by a landslide.

Both outcomes would be welcome, although I don’t see Mr. Filipovic’s Green gang outstripping Alto’s Big Labour red -NDP orange – and prideful purple money machine.

It must be admitted, however, that there is very little evidence yet of that money machine in terms of the anticipated street clutter of distasteful signage on the streets of Victoria, so perhaps I have been too much of a Cassandra in overemphasizing the significance of her associations with the New Democratic Party and the Canadian Union of Public Employees, but I doubt it.

A link to the Victoria Vision website is found in the comments section below.

Mr. Schulmann will not be attending tonight’s all candidates’ meeting in Fernwood, apparently, as he has an already scheduled meeting with another group discussing amalgation, at another place.

 

CHINATOWN SUNSET AT JOHNSON STREET BRIDGE: JUST VOTE 'NO'... TO SAVE IT!

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