Stilwell’s skills

Why not tell us all the wonderful things Stilwell has done to earn the respect of the people who voted for her.

I have been reading comments about MLA Michelle Stilwell in The NEWS and on your website (pqbnews.com) and, first of all, the Constitution of Canada gives every citizen the right to freedom of speech, among other things. I wonder how many people have read it and have a copy.

If people aren’t allowed to disagree and discuss their views, then there would only be one ruling party and one view.

So, in that light, why not tell us all the wonderful things Stilwell has done during her time as a politician to earn the respect of the people who voted for her. Please leave out the Paralympics stuff because this doesn’t have any thing to do with politics.

I for one would like to know just how many paid politician work days were spent doing other things. Why not start there.

Mark FisherQualicum Beach

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