Clark vying for a place of acceptance

I have a gut feeling as usual that something stinks in this world when a losing person can roam free, dictating at public expense

Reading between the lines of letters of support for the costly byelection of loser Christy Clark, I have a gut feeling as usual that something stinks in this world when a losing person can roam free,  dictating at public expense while trying to find a place of hopeful acceptance.

Favoritism comes to my mind when I often read that super sales girl Christy may be more inclined to cough up dough for  the Interior in general if only she is successful with her second chance.

Any premier or any leader of any team or workplace is prone to have a favourite, but when it comes down to it our province should be treated as financially fair as possible and run by priority — barring emergencies.

Mind you, using the words of Clark Gable in the movie Gone With The Wind as Christy Clark should be, “Frankly my dear I don’t give a damn?”

In a horse race, even a photo finish determines the winner with no second chance for the naying losers who have better horse sense running the track than those running the piggery on pork chop hill.

Tom Isherwood

Olalla