Liar, liar, pants on fire!
Alcohol test result adds to Campbell controversy. VICTORIA — Gordon Campbell had a blood-alcohol reading that was nearly twice the legal limit when he was charged with drunk driving in Hawaii, a disclosure that makes it even harder for him to hang on as Premier of British Columbia.
Campbell drank the equivalent of 14 drinks. According to the National Post online, he had the equivalent of 10 oz’s of gin in his blood when he was pulled over. He either made three awfully stiff martinis, or told one whopper of a lie.