Penticton Western News letters to the editor.

Letter: You should be concerned

Past history provides all the evidence that one would need to doubt the governing prowess of the NDP

You should be concerned

Mr. Thorsteinson (Penticton Western News letters, Sept. 13, Afraid of what might happen to our economy) you have every right to be concerned.

Past history provides all the evidence that one would need to doubt the governing prowess of the NDP. This unholy alliance with the Greens is just downright scary. They are off to a predictable start. Dumping the bridge tolls in Vancouver adds millions to the provincial debt. Scraping the site C dam &Kindermorgan projects adds more billions and eliminates considerable jobs.

Those that bought these Bobbsey Twins into power need to stop pretending that we can have government do everything we desire but not have to pay for it.

Me thinks the damage they will cause to the fabric of this province will be unbelievable.

Paul Crossley


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