He’s had enough of politicians

Dear editor,

I think that I have had enough. Enough of Steven Harper, enough of Christy Clark.

Dear editor,

I think that I have had enough.

Enough of Steven Harper, enough of Christy Clark, enough of our representative, the ‘Honourable’ John Duncan.

Stephen Harper is selling Canada to any country with cash. If you have enough money Mr. Harper will sell you any natural resource that Canada has.

If Mr. Harper finds a fault with the Canadian legislation system that would prevent him from gaining his agenda, he will rewrite the rules to suit him. I have had enough of Mr Harper.

Christy Clark is our typical politician, a clueless follower. Somehow she has gotten into her head that we as B.C. Canadians want the Enbridge pipeline.

She is now trying to broker a deal with the Alberta premier to cover the costs of the “if and when” environmental catastrophe happens in B.C.

Never mind that the “governmental studies” have not been done, never mind that a U.S. government agency has the used the words Keystone Kops in reference to Enbridge’s 2010 leak of more than three million litres of oil into a Michigan river.

Sorry, Christy, I have had enough.

Mr. Duncan, I have tried numerous times to contact you to voice my opinion. E-mail. Telephone. I even went to your office one day.

Apparently you are never here and you have a major aversion to actually returning your constituents’ concerns. I have had enough.

To the Comox Valley and all of B.C., it’s time to say enough is enough.

G. Vavra,

Comox Valley

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