Don’t recycle Liberal incumbents

Re: Ida Chong stands behind her leader (News, March 8)

Re: Ida Chong stands behind her leader (News, March 8)

As Ida Chong said, “When I decided I would seek another term, it was because I felt my work was not yet done.”

Maybe she still has to pack her brown paper lunch bag for “work?”

Or maybe she still needs to stay on top of the latest Liberal sweetheart deal, with the forestry companies transferring tree farm licences from volume to area type, so they can strip the now unregulated land base for fibre, bio-energy mass and then flip it for a huge, and unethical profit.

Perhaps she thinks this will sustain all Liberals in their political afterlife, when they inevitably get tossed out, like last week’s trash.

And that trash is not recyclable, either.

Ryan Langkamer




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