Letter: Trying to define offensive

Reader sums up many diversions

What on earth is wrong with this planet? Answer: Human beings.

Karen Wang, Liberal candidate rejected by Liberals just because she told the truth.

Karen described NDP leader Jagmeet Singh as “of Indian descent” should be no big deal.

Meantime, back at the hog factory, many politicians whose sniffer rivals the wooden nose of puppet Pinocchio due to the many untruths they lay upon we the public.

Not only in Canada but around the world unrest is found everywhere in one way or another?

Think of WMD not found in Iraq and former President George W. Bush responsible for the loss of thousands of lives come to mind!

Let’s think now!

Canada is protesting the death penalty China has imposed on Robert Lloyd Schoenberg, a drug dealer that deserves to die?

The poor fellow who was apparently butchered and bagged in Saudi Arabia, why? Don’t know, do you? Does Canada?

Unbelievable as it is!

Former Premier Gordon Campbell had the frolic with the tonic in Hawaii was caught and charged with DUI.

The drunk was given a second chance after flooding his eyes with tears and MADD giving up the opportunity for a well-known poster boy!

Former politician Svend Robinson gone from the political scene for stealing a diamond ring 15 years ago said everybody deserves a second chance.

Mike Duffy, who was acquitted of 31 charges, then turns about to sue for millions of dollars for his mistreatment and false accusations?

Then along comes the #metoo movement where poor Tony got no clemency from his political party.

How many of the who’s — who are set free after pleading guilty — how many just, how many?

Now some members hiding in their political pork party have their knickers in a knot just because Karen Wong told the truth plus she apologized and Jagmeet Singh accepted.

Call me anything you want if it makes you happy as I personally don’t give a hoot!

Tom Isherwood

Olalla

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