Too many hidden Liberal agendas

This rare letter is because the current elected group absolutely is not representing the people that elected it.

I am not a letter writer. I watch the ebb and flow of government and feel that eventually, it will dawn on the electorate, whether or not, the current elected administration is representing their interests.

This rare letter is because the current elected group absolutely is not representing the people that elected it.

This letter would be very long, if I listed the ways that I feel that our elected officials have gotten themselves elected by promises, then reneging. The reason always given is that it is their predecessors fault.

Premier Christy Clark was a member of the party that gave the BC Ferries Corp president an extra-ordinary salary, plus double dip pensions, in order that he can manage a monopoly profitably. I could do that job, and at a lot less cost to the taxpayer.

Why does the board of directors and the premier allow the public to be shafted. The Board of Directors should be fired with absolutely no compensation.

The province needs to come clean on the BC Rail deal.

All we got was a massive legal bill, no resolution and “its not my fault.”

There is a massive taxpayer funded advertising campaign on the HST — to convince us rube taxpayers we do not know what is good for us.

Nothing that I have purchased has reflected any savings.

I would appreciate someone pointing out where my savings are occurring.

How does being taxed on health memberships, bicycles, soccer fees, help us and who is actually going to pass along these so-called savings?

I am disgusted, because the government we elect is supposed to represent us.

We should not be paying for spinners.

Clark is the leader of the party that was elected by the people. That means they represent us for good governance, not hidden agendas.

Larry Douglas, Parksville

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