WEB EXTRA: Who do you vote for?

Dear editor,

Who do you vote for? I am voting for the only party that really understands and cares.

Dear editor,

Who do you vote for?

Do you vote for the Liberal Party that has concentrated on protecting our economy in a very economically challenging world or do you vote for the NDP who are more concerned with looking after their socialistic principles regardless of the economic cost?

I would say that the NDP and the Liberals want to end up with the same outcome — a livable and caring community but whereas the NDP believe we just throw money at the problems, the Liberals believe that we work on the basics.

The support of business and the growing of our economy are the basic ingredients to provide the funding necessary for health, education and our other economic needs as a society.

As other countries such as Greece have found out, you cant just throw money at the problem, especially if you have to go in debt to do so.

I am voting for the only party that really understands and cares. I am voting Liberal.

Murray Presley,

Courtenay

 

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