No boils. Not a wart to be seen.
I was a little worried about what I might discover when I looked at myself in the bathroom mirror this morning. Yesterday I voted NDP for the first time ever. For this guy.
Now, in fairness, I didn't have a lot of choice. The B.C. Greens were not running a candidate in my riding. But still, the NDP and, to top it off, I had to vote in a church hall, fundamentalist at that!
I didn't really have a lot of choice, none at all in fact. Even if the NDP seem a bit wobbly, the alternative party is steeped in dishonesty, deceit and corruption. If you re-elect a party with the chequered recent history of the the B.C. Libs what can you expect but more of the same?
As I went to mark my ballot I kept going through a list - B.C. Rail, B.C. Hydro, B.C. Ferries, H.S.T., coastal fish farms - and from that I knew what I had to do.