For myself, 2015 did not end the way that I would have hoped, as we are dealing with my wife being diagnosed with Lymphoma. She had her first treatment on December 21st, which stretched into 3 days as she had a bad reaction to the chemo cocktail they had put together. Bev has been extremely tired since, however we put together a great Christmas at home, and had a number of family members visit over several days.
The strongest, and most campaign savvy, are now outside the fold, however a formidable campaign can and will be mounted, even if only in a dozen or so well chosen riding's -- contested with quality candidates that we can raise funds for.
If you are satisfied with the possibility of having the NDP return to power and destroy the province as they are doing in Alberta, then fair enough. The same holds true if you are prepared to let Christy Clark and the BC Liberals continue to promise jobs that are never delivered, continue to raise taxes and fee's, continue to see the decline in our health care system, and continue to have a lack of a moral compass.
In Kamloops, I'm Alan Forseth, and these are my first thoughts to start the new year.