NDP interim leader was a separatist

Dear editor,

What was the federal NDP party thinking when they picked Nycole Turmel as interim leader?

She was a card-carrying member of not one but two separatist parties that exist to destroy Canada.

Dear editor,

What was the federal NDP party thinking when they picked Nycole Turmel as interim leader?

She was a card-carrying member of not one but two separatist parties that exist to destroy Canada.

Ms. Turmel dropped her membership in the Bloc Québécois only to run in the last election for the NDP. She claims she disagrees the Bloc policy and that she joined the Bloc only because her friend was a member, however Turmel donated money four times to the Bloc.

Why if she had money to give to a political party why did she not give it to the NDP instead? Maybe she does not really support the NDP either?

She only dropped her membership in the provincial Quebec Solidaire party after Jack Layton nominated her as Leader.

At least John McCain in his 2008 presidential race when he picked Sarah Palin as VP running mate, did not pick a person who was a member of not one but two political parties to dedicated to dissolving the U.S.

I disagreed with some of the NDP policy but I did respect Jack Layton and his party before. Now it looks like the Separatists are once again Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition.

Nina Usherwood,

Comox