Horgan, teachers two-faced for buying foreign cars

I was out for a walk, walking through the teachers parking lot at the Cowichan Secondary School

Horgan, teachers two-faced for buying foreign cars

John Horgan and B.C. school teachers are two of a kind.

Why? John Horgan talks 24/7, both as a previous opposition leader, and now as our B.C. premier, that something has to be done about the amount of raw logs that are exported out of B.C., yet at the same time he went and bought a brand new Toyota Prius as his personal car.

The other day, I was out for a walk, walking through the teachers parking lot at the Cowichan Senior Secondary School. Out of curiosity, I counted the number of cars in the parking lot. I counted 64 cars. Only 10 of the cars were either, General Motors, Ford, or Chrysler products. The other 54 cars were all foreign manufactured cars. These teachers are well paid and always still demanding more in wages. If that is the case, then they should support their fellow union employees who work in the Canadian car manufacturing plants, and buy General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler products.

In summary, both Horgan and B.C. school teachers are two faced. Unbelievable!

Joe Sawchuk

Duncan

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