Think and research for yourself before voting

A lot of recent political comments posted in the papers seem to be emotional, instead of hard facts.

A lot of recent political comments posted in the papers seem to be emotional, instead of hard facts.

First of all the leaders are true Canadians and have Canada in their best intentions. They just have different ideas of how to lead.

Tom Mulcair is a lawyer, Stephen Harper has a master in economics, Justin Trudeau has a bachelor degree in drama education.

All three parties have deception and corruption. (We can only be responsible for our own actions.)

Stats Canada just stated there are more people over the age of 65 than there are children 14 years old and under. Going into deficit now will put a burden on our future taxpayers.

Saskatchewan, Manitoba, B.C., were have not provinces under NDP leadership. Saskatchewan is the most prosperous province since the Conservatives have been leaders. B.C. Is third most prosperous since Liberals have been elected. Manitoba is still a have not province.

To be a member of a union, you need to be working.

These are basic facts that can be looked up.

Instead of bursting out with emotional personal attacks against someone you don’t personally know, I urge you to think with your head and do your own research instead if listening to hearsay.

 

Y. Hailey

Duncan