A sign of opposition desperation

On Saturday, as I entered the roundabout at Qualicum Beach I could not miss the sea of blue Conservative signs for John Duncan.

On Saturday, as I entered the roundabout at Qualicum Beach I could not miss the sea of blue Conservative signs for John Duncan. When I returned Sunday, I was shocked to find all the signs were crushed and smashed to the ground.

I also understand that many of the signs on the Island Highway were also destroyed.

There is no question in my mind that it appears that this was a well-planned attack by party members of the opposition.

We are supposed to be living in a democracy. When you see this kind of disgusting behaviour you would think that we live in a banana republic, not Canada.

As a life-long Conservative, I actually think that these actions will help the undecided voter make an informed decision because it clearly shows that the opposition is desperate.

So if you are Orange, Red or Green, you know who you are and I hope that your actions will only help the Conservatives sweep into power.

Bob WhiteQualicum Beach

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