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ZEUS-ROBBINS -- Bill Vander Zalm and the Gordian Knot - Massive Majority want BC Judges Elected
  Aug 20, 2010

Question #1
From the following BC political personalities which do you support the most?
Fight HST Leader Bill Vander Zalm – (195)    40 %
BC NDP Leader Carole James – (181)    37 %
BC Premier Gordon Campbell – (39)    08 %
Undecided/All Other – (71)    14.5 %
Question #2
In British Columbia B.C. Supreme Court Judges are appointed to their positions by the Prime Minister of Canada. In your opinion should B.C. Supreme Court Judges be:
Appointed by the Prime Minister of Canada – (42)    8.5 %
Elected by the Citizens of British Columbia – (397)    81.5 %
Undecided/All Other – (47)    9.5 %
Commentary
Fight HST Leader and former B.C. premier is the front-runner in our list of current political personalities in the province of British Columbia-------followed closely by BC New Democratic leader Carole James.
BC Liberal leader and current premier of British Columbia-- Gordon Campbell has little support among British Columbians.
Nearly 90% of decided British Columbia “Citizens” support B.C. Supreme Court Judges being elected-with the remainder supporting the status quo---Judges being appointed by the Prime Minister of Canada.
Respondents of either gender or age actively engage with the word ‘democracy’ in describing why it is important to elect Judges. This ZEUS ROBBINS serves NOTICE that change is in the wind for the province---the people have clearly had enough.
Bill Vander Zalm’s popularity continues to climb--now surpassing Carole James---with every Fight HST/Bill Vander Zalm supporter/also supporting the election of Judges in the province of British Columbia—and (69%) of the (meager) support pool for BC Premier Gordon Campbell supporting the appointment of B.C. Supreme Court Judges by the Prime Minister of Canada.
The wisest of the wise-----the People- have given you ------direction.
It’s about Time.
A random telephone survey of 486 British Columbia residents in the lower mainland of the Province--conducted between August 15-18, 2010. M.O.E is 4.45%, 19 times out of 20 @ 95% confidence.

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