Allegations against vouched voters are unsubstantiated

Duncan – The prime minister makes unsubstantiated allegations about the dishonesty of Canadian voters.

The Hill Times quotes Prime Minister Stephen Harper as saying in the House of Commons on Tuesday that there may be electors who use vouching by other voters to cast ballots because they “have no intention” of proving their identity.

A corrupt, dishonest, deceitful and “dirty tricks” person tends to think that other people are just the same as him or her.

I suggest that, if the Conservative Party of Canada wants to avoid a “Mulroney debacle” in the 2015 election (having the party reduced to two seats in the House of Commons), they will need to replace Stephen Harper as their leader as quickly as possible.

Robert Radford

Duncan