And well they should be.
It takes a lot to hold together a fractious group of people that really, other than trying to keep the NDP out of party, are not really comfortable being together in the same bed.
The current field of prospective leadership candidates do of course run the gamut from one end of the political spectrum, to the other -- Left to Right. The problem is that, as stated, they have such diverse beliefs -- and at times it really must be like herding cats.
Who among them are conservatives?
|Former Vancouver Mayor Sam Sullivan|
Is that what those capitol "L" Liberals in BC believe in as well??
How about all of those plans the federal capitol "L" Liberals had to tax employee discounts, until all hell broke loose and they had reverse that plan?
How about increasing taxes on those still operating the family farm?
Worse was the unbelievable fiasco where Christy Clark presented pretty much the encore NDP and Green Party campaign in the throne speech.
How will that happen? How will they gain their support?
Better schools -- better health care --- better seniors care --- opportunity to provide more financial scholarships to students.
Only through a healthy economy -- not one driven into ruin through ever increasing regulations, red tape, higher taxes, and bureaucracy -- can we have a successful province for more British Columbians.
In Kamloops, I'm Alan Forseth.