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Grief, Blame and Anger


See bottom of post for an update.

Many politically active people in BC are grieving right now and there is much angst and blame being laid.  I personally have experienced this process and will be for some time to come, well, probably for the rest of my life.

I’m not sure . . . → Read More: Grief, Blame and Anger

BC Election


BC elections are funny, sad and scary all at the same time.  (warning, following BC politics can cause sleeplessness and depression.  Any consumers who feel depressed after following BC politics should immediately turn off the computer/TV/radio and seek vitamin D, hence my recent silence on the blog.)

This morning I got an . . . → Read More: BC Election

I see the BC Liberals have learned from Harper’s Ignatieff attack ads


Watching the Canucks. Ad comes on real slick-like. I mean Conservative slick. It’s a BC Liberals ad attacking NDP’s Adrian Dix. I swear the ad could’ve been made by the Cons. It looks and sounds exactly like any of the many Ignatieff attack ads. Oh, here it comes again. And again.

Mmm. . . . → Read More: I see the BC Liberals have learned from Harper’s Ignatieff attack ads