Alan Clarke - Independent

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Re: Alan Clarke - Independent

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flüffy wrote:
Russell - Winfield wrote:When one compares this forum, to the amount of website engagements ( or hits ) a candidate receives, the amount of doors he or she knocks on, and the numerous email responses, this forum is no more influential on the voting public than one roadside bag sign. This forum however is great for disenchanted Liberal and Socialist political junkies, that do nothing but complain, and add negativity to politics in general. Its lets them feel important for 28 days. The serious voter avoids this forum, according to our polling, and some emails we've received. Their has been over 100 posts on this thread, but on the other hand, our website: http://www.electclarke.ca has received thousands of hits to date, our campaign is pleased with the results so far. Now thats positive progressive campaigning at its best.


Vagueness, evasion, and now insult. Your arsenal of campaign tools is sadly lacking. I suppose we shall see for sure come next Tuesday.
...... Russell - Winfield You should stop before all of allans support is gone....You say,The serious voter avoids this forum...I think the serious voter used all information to make their decisions ...........
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Re: Alan Clarke - Independent

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grumpydigger wrote:
flüffy wrote:
Russell - Winfield wrote:When one compares this forum, to the amount of website engagements ( or hits ) a candidate receives, the amount of doors he or she knocks on, and the numerous email responses, this forum is no more influential on the voting public than one roadside bag sign. This forum however is great for disenchanted Liberal and Socialist political junkies, that do nothing but complain, and add negativity to politics in general. Its lets them feel important for 28 days. The serious voter avoids this forum, according to our polling, and some emails we've received. Their has been over 100 posts on this thread, but on the other hand, our website: http://www.electclarke.ca has received thousands of hits to date, our campaign is pleased with the results so far. Now thats positive progressive campaigning at its best.


Vagueness, evasion, and now insult. Your arsenal of campaign tools is sadly lacking. I suppose we shall see for sure come next Tuesday.
...... Russell - Winfield You should stop before all of allans support is gone....You say,The serious voter avoids this forum...I think the serious voter used all information to make their decisions ...........
You Betcha, MAY 12th is the real poll! http://www.electclarke.ca
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Re: Alan Clarke - Independent

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Phoenix Within wrote:
Russell - Winfield wrote:this forum is no more influential on the voting public than one roadside bag sign.

signs don't talk back.

Their has been over 100 posts on this thread, but on the other hand, our website has received thousands of hits to date, our campaign is pleased with the results so far.

Website hits do not equal votes.

Sorry, but I found your previous post to be little more than political babble with no answer to any of the questions presented.
Please see: http://www.electclarke.ca for the answers you seek, or email Alan at : [email protected] Thank-you Alan's campaign team.
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Re: Alan Clarke - Independent

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This has been asked before, but since we haven't had a straight answer from you, I'll try yet again:

How do you think that (if elected) Mr. Clarke will be able to influence the Legislature to create all the changes that he thinks we need? As an independent, he clearly won't be Premier and it is unlikely that he would be asked to be a cabinet member. So, once again, why should KLA constituents believe that he'll be able to keep all his promises while representing them in Victoria?
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Re: Alan Clarke - Independent

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grumpydigger wrote:
flüffy wrote:
Russell - Winfield wrote:When one compares this forum, to the amount of website engagements ( or hits ) a candidate receives, the amount of doors he or she knocks on, and the numerous email responses, this forum is no more influential on the voting public than one roadside bag sign. This forum however is great for disenchanted Liberal and Socialist political junkies, that do nothing but complain, and add negativity to politics in general. Its lets them feel important for 28 days. The serious voter avoids this forum, according to our polling, and some emails we've received. Their has been over 100 posts on this thread, but on the other hand, our website: http://www.electclarke.ca has received thousands of hits to date, our campaign is pleased with the results so far. Now thats positive progressive campaigning at its best.


Vagueness, evasion, and now insult. Your arsenal of campaign tools is sadly lacking. I suppose we shall see for sure come next Tuesday.
...... Russell - Winfield You should stop before all of allans support is gone....You say,The serious voter avoids this forum...I think the serious voter used all information to make their decisions ...........
Please visit: http://www.electclarke.ca Thank you, Please Vote May 12th.
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Re: Alan Clarke - Independent

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Is your only response going to be spam and links to Clarke's website and email address? :137:
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Africa or Mexico?
Where or where’d my body go?
Where’d my body go?
Have you seen my ghost?
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Sick of those *bleep* clouds
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Re: Alan Clarke - Independent

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I went to that website several times - I don't believe it's changed.
Truths can be backed up by facts - do you have any?
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usquebaugh wrote:This has been asked before, but since we haven't had a straight answer from you, I'll try yet again:

How do you think that (if elected) Mr. Clarke will be able to influence the Legislature to create all the changes that he thinks we need? As an independent, he clearly won't be Premier and it is unlikely that he would be asked to be a cabinet member. So, once again, why should KLA constituents believe that he'll be able to keep all his promises while representing them in Victoria?
It's important to remember that, Alan already has a good reputation in Victoria, as a farmer with lots of passion and integrity, someone who can get the job done under surrmountable odds, is Alan's personal record to date.That's how Alan Clarke was able to pioneer the new development of tourisim ( agritourism ), and other optional commercial activities for farmers, like RV Park, Licenced Restraunt facilities and Bed & Breakfasts etc, with in the Agricultural Land Reserve system, under the past NDP government, while Alan at the time 1999, was in fact an Okanagan BC Liberal delegate, under Gordon Campbell. Alan has great integrity when it comes to politics, when the BC Liberals cancelled the BUY BC program, and refused to support and fund an adequate Agriculture Budget and Policy, Alan resigned his delegate and membership card with the BC Liberal Party, in protest of the BC Liberal inaction and neglect of the Agriculture sector, and Okanagan Tree Fruit producers. Alan is a stand up guy, that know's public policy, he's a down to earth farmer that normally always takes the high road, and never backs down till the task or job is complete. He's a Winner! See Alan's very comprehensive sustainable Agriculture Plan to preserve and expand agriculture, farming in BC at: http://www.electclarke.ca Alan has the connections and knows how to get the job done. He's a hockey coach and ex-junior hockey player, he know's how to succeed and win in life! GO ROCKETS GO http://www.electclarke.ca
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After over a dozen times you've posted the website, has it changed?
Truths can be backed up by facts - do you have any?
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Russell - Winfield wrote:was able to pioneer the new development of tourisim ( agritourism ), and other optional commercial activities for farmers, like RV Park, Licenced Restraunt facilities and Bed & Breakfasts etc, with in the Agricultural Land Reserve system, under the past NDP government, while Alan at the time 1999, was in fact an Okanagan BC Liberal delegate, under Gordon Campbell. Alan has great integrity when it comes to politics, when the BC Liberals cancelled the BUY BC program, and refused to support and fund an adequate Agriculture Budget and Policy, Alan resigned his delegate and membership card with the BC Liberal Party...


Alan Clarke: INDEPENDENT Conservative and Ex-Socred, and Ex-Democratic Reformer, and Ex- BC Liberal.

does he still own that RV park/orchard in N glenmore?

yes ____
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Re: Alan Clarke - Independent

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Fancy wrote:I went to that website several times - I don't believe it's changed.
Alan's web site and policies, are designed for the taxpayers and voters of his Constituency Kelowna Lake Country, and the general populis of British Columbia. Alan's web site is a taxpayer and independent voters rights web site. His website is designed not to appease the Liberal, Conservative, Green or NDP Party's. His web site is designed to represent the general voter, who is not related or a member of a political organization, approximately 90% of BC's general population.

May 12th " STAND UP FOR LAKE COUNTRY KELOWNA"

May 12th " STAND UP FOR THE GENERAL TAXPAYER"

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no huh?
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Re: Alan Clarke - Independent

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Alan has a good reputation in Victoria? I doubt someone so vitriolic toward the other parties and their supporters is going to get anything beyond completely shutout in the legislature. A waste of time for Kelowna-Lakeside and a waste of taxpayers dollars.

Also,
Their has been over 100 posts on this thread, but on the other hand, our website: xxxxxxxxxxxx has received thousands of hits to date,


post to website hits? How about thread views to website hits.

Your campaign has had how many users banned? How many posts deleted? Received how many warnings from the moderators? Alan, as a stand up guy, sure recruited the cream of the crop to represent him.
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Re: Alan Clarke - Independent

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*please repost without using all-caps/Jo*
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This guy is totally off his rocker...I hope that everyone will begin to ignore Alan Clarke's thread in protest of the insults, double-talking and spam of his representative and campaign member!

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