Anyone can be Prime Minister of Canada: writer

Hoping NDP, Liberals extinct in New Year

Dear editor,

In Canada, anyone can become Prime Minister, that’s the problem!

A word to the wise isn’t necessary, it’s the Liberals and NDP that need the advice. With a provincial NDP government and federal Liberal government in charge, it’s not hard to meet expenses. They’re everywhere!

If an Albertan said to Trudeau, “I haven’t tasted food in three weeks,” Trudeau’s response would be, “Don’t worry, it still tastes the same to me.”

Our NDP environment minister may be a vegetarian, but she’s still full of baloney. The NDP propaganda book should not be set aside lightly. It should be thrown with great force! The NDP claims it knows how to please Albertans. Then please leave us alone!

Why all the worry about CO2? The NDP and Liberals are surrounded by Bozone. Bozone, the substance surrounding stupid people that stops bright ideas from penetrating. The Bozone layer unfortunately shows little sign of breaking down in the future.

To both the Alberta NDP and federal Liberal governments, we’ve seen your approach. Now please let us see your departure. I’d like to give you a going away present, but first do your part and leave!

Ron Wurban

Calmar

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