AS I WRITE this column, I realize it may cause some readers to wonder if I’ve gone to the dark side. They’ll point, while avoiding eye contact and suggest I’ve lost my left leaning ways as a writer and should seriously consider hanging up the old keyboard.
After the age of political darkness had passed, I was left with hope and optimism when even interim party leader, Rona Ambrose summed up the end of Stephen Harper’s time in Ottawa with the words, “The bad man is gone”. But two years later and Justin Trudeau seems either unable or unwilling to move beyond his sunshine and lollypop world and provide some serious leadership.
Bill McQuarrie is a Kamloops entrepreneur. He can be contacted at email@example.com. He tweets @bafflegabbed.