WITH a provincial election looming, the B.C. Liberals unveiled a polarizing 2013 budget on Tuesday. Critics faulted the budget for failing to insulate the province from global economic volatility and its optimistic forecasts on asset sales. Many Liberal stalwarts have praised the party for keeping tight limits on spending and committing to saving the province $1 billion in efficiencies over the next three years. Has the budget won you over? Find us on Facebook or Twitter and tell us what you think.
CARLO SARMIENTO NORTH VANCOUVER
"No. I haven't heard anything from them whatsoever. Hopefully they'll change something.
DUSTIN PIRILLO VANCOUVER
"No, I'm not a partisan politician supporter. I believe in both conservative and socialist views. I believe they can work together (for) a unified vision."
STUART LYNCH NORTH VANCOUVER
"No, I was never with them."
CAM DUNCAN NORTH VANCOUVER
"I like the Liberals so they didn't have to do anything to win me back. I like Christy Clark. I don't think the NDP would do any better of a job."
SUZA STERNADEL NORTH VANCOUVER
"Absolutely. I wasn't convinced before the (budget) balancing, but now I feel they're finally starting to make progress in the right direction."