Elizabeth May should resign

Basically, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May just said what the socialist, communist, liberal crowd think.

Elizabeth May should resign

From your story on page 5 of the Tuesday edition:

“May was in the news this week after her awkward speech Saturday night…”

Really?

Basically,  Green Party Leader Elizabeth May just said what the socialist, communist, liberal crowd think. Whether drunk or sober, this is their mindset and their hatred of Prime Minister Stephen Harper is so profound that they will take the side of a convicted and confessed murderer and terrorist (Omar Khadr).

Her support of Khadr is bad enough, but to say he has more class than the whole federal cabinet shows her total lack of judgment, and that she is not fit to serve in Parliament.

She thinks a convicted terrorist who kills and blinds soldiers has more class than the whole cabinet. The ‘F’ bomb in her speech was irrelevant.

She should resign immediately. Elect another candidate in her riding, so that she can become the insignificant footnote of Canadian political trivia she deserves to be.

I now know Green is absolutely the new red.

Kenny G. AndersonQualicum Beach

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