Prime minister wastes tax money on trips

Someone is going to have a big job cleaning up this mess: writer

Dear editor,

Paris is calling! So Trudeau heeds the call, grabs his man-purse and off he goes in his gas-guzzling jet! Woo, hoo! Good times.

I believe Justin headed for Paris because things are getting a bit too real here in good ole Canada.

He complains to himself, “That bully Jason Kenney is putting too much pressure on me. I need to get away!”

I suppose seeing Justin doesn’t have to pay for any of these unnecessary trips, he seems to be quite fine with it. He’s a totally arrogant and self-centered moron who thinks he can do no wrong! So from now until election day in October he’ll do as much to this great country that he can possibly do.

I pity our next prime minister who has to clean up this mess that the Liberal Party has created.

Anyway, thanks for letting me vent.

Larry Hiebert, Wetaskiwin

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