"it was the most difficult thing i ever had to do"

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Thinktank
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"it was the most difficult thing i ever had to do"

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When dan Ashton said:
"it was the most difficult thing i ever had to do" about firing all those people in Penticton,

how do we know if he was telling the truth?

But I have another question. Global Spectrum was given a 'grotequely one-sided' contract.

Who gave them that contract? Was Dan Ashton part of that contract? Was that one of the most difficult
things he ever did? Or was it real easy?

You can't just say it was real difficult to fire those people in Penticton, when Global Spectrum
walked away practically winning a lottery. Because just saying it was difficult doesn't mean you're telling
the truth. And it doesn't help the people who were fired.
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Re: "it was the most difficult thing i ever had to do"

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Thinktank wrote: Because just saying it was difficult doesn't mean you're telling the truth


This is politics. That question should always be on your mind with any candidate whenever their lips are moving. A little cynical perhaps? You bet, been watching politics in this town/province/country way too long to think any different. At the municipal level, I'm thinking that it would actually be a positive quality for a candidate to have political aspirations at the provincial or federal level, because at least they'll understand that if they screw up on the job on city council their chances for advancement are sketchy.
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