Look at Conservative Party, not half-baked socialists

And what is Horgan’s priority this week? Ending Daylight Savings time!

Look at Conservative Party, not half-baked socialists

So here’s a few points to ponder after “falling back” this past weekend.

The logging, oil, mining and fisheries industries in B.C. are all facing huge challenges since Horgan and his coalition with the Greens has taken place. Promises of ride sharing being blocked at each turn as the dippers are more worried about appeasing the taxi unions, school support workers on strike, 911 operators are queuing up the strike action, public transit operators having job action, etc. And what is Horgan’s priority this week? Ending Daylight Savings time!

Anyone who thinks the left is supporting the working class not only in B.C. or Canada really needs to wake up and have a good look in the mirror. It is beyond time B.C. stops supporting these crazy left-wing agendas and look at maybe giving a strong provincial Conservative Party a look rather then supporting these half-baked socialists.

B.W. Lowe


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