Greens join NDP on voter’s naughty list

Recent letter writer Harold Baker (NDP, Greens attempt end run around democracy, June 6) was absolutely right with his comments on how the NDP and the Greens were trying to get around our vote with their dirty tricks, all in the name of a power grab to be sure.

I might have expected this of the arrogant NDP and their pompous leader, but I thought that the Greens had higher moral standards. Well now that’s two parties out of the voting pool. And Christy may as well hang in there and play dirty and wait for the slightest misstep or absenteeism to ram through any bills. Beat them that way at their B.S. game.

Clarke Lacey


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