The Iceman has a post up today on Elizabeth May claiming to be a British Columbian and he takes her to task on her fleeting loyalties to residency.
I don't have too much to add other than this:
and this: Elizabeth May's own words.
"Nova Scotia has been my home since 1973. No matter how long I work in Ottawa, I am home in Nova Scotia nearly a quarter of every year, (some years more) working, not vacationing, from there. My dad is 82 (and does not travel) and I would not get to see much of him at all if my riding were anywhere but Nova Scotia. I am very close to my brother and sister-in-law too and they do not travel at all. I would never see them either. And my daughter would not see her grandfather and family and home while I was being a good MP somewhere else. I have to run prepared to be the best MP my riding has ever had. That means being there every possible moment. So where would family end up?? Squished into a once a year visit? I was not prepared to give up my family in Nova Scotia for politics (so, maybe “selfish” is true.)"
It seems that Lizzy sometimes has a hard time with the truth. More here and here.
No wonder she is trying to disregard the Green Party Constitution and avoid a leadership vote.