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Letter: Memory bank

The last time B.C. was led by a different party the province was in trouble for almost two decades

Memory bank

I hope the people of this fair province will have a long enough memory to understand the hole we will put ourselves in, if they are thinking that change will be good. The last time that happened the province was in trouble for almost two decades. There are worst things, than another Liberal government. I agree that it would be nice to have an alternative to go to, but there isn’t one. Social Credit, or Conservative party would be nice but we still have more jobs in B.C. and the best economy in the country. Remember the hope that Tarik Sayeed gave us when he wanted to have the DeLorean from the movie Back to the Future to change his vote on the Skaha Lake issue, then was asked to bring up recall at the UBCM meeting in Victoria. All we got out of that was his own personal agenda to shut down the Site C Dam and stop using plastic bags. Remember if he gets in we will have nothing to pick up the doggy do do.

Len Swartz


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