Christy Clark shares her New Year's resolutions

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      In her New Year's message to British Columbians, Christy Clark comes off more like she's auditioning for a Canadian version of Last Comic Standing than campaigning to hold on to the reins of the provincial government.

      Perhaps it's just good foresight on the premier's part. After all, a career change is most likely in order for her after the May election.

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      Fustercluck

      Dec 31, 2012 at 2:37pm

      What if Sarah Palin and Rob Ford made it? We have our answer.

      Gene Logan

      Jan 1, 2013 at 12:47pm

      Groan (insert embarrassed smiley-faced emoticon)

      diane courneyeure

      Jan 1, 2013 at 7:26pm

      blah, blah, blah

      Tristan

      Jan 1, 2013 at 8:45pm

      I watched the video. Uhmmm. She is funny. But her cadence is for radio not video. Her audio is great. Her set, props and mannerisms on camera....ouch. Would have been better if she had young female relatives like cousins and nieces with her on set. Would have been even better if she had mentioned a Canuck player as the joke (Rather then the Virgin CEO) and he actually came on set as the punchline to the joke. All I can say is her communications director should be dressed down.

      canadianbud

      Jan 2, 2013 at 8:55am

      Sad, just sad.
      How much did that info-mercial cost us taxpayers?

      Goodbye christie, it hasn't been fun while you learned to drive the economy into the ground and created so much misery and confusion within the political sphere, that devastated so many innocent people who were struggling hard already.
      You won't be missed.

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      Coaster

      Jan 2, 2013 at 5:56pm

      The only thing more appalling than this video is the fact that there are some people who actually think it is clever!
      Has politics in BC really sunk this low?

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