Writer not happy with Premier Notley’s NDP

Wetaskiwin resident respects Luff’s courage

Dear editor,

I was reading about Robyn Luff, she’s the MLA in the NDP or as some people refer to it as the “Numb Dumb Party.”

Now she has slammed the party for bullying, so they kicked her out! Adios, amigos! Or is that amiget? Hmmm, whatever! I admire her guts for standing up to these goons!

I believe there would be a lot of bullying going there. Look how Notley bullies us, especially when it comes to this carbon tax. She thinks if Albertans don’t like my tax, that’s too doggone bad.

On Nov. 7 she was praising her lovely goon party, “I’m so proud of all of you!” Methinks that she’s nervous and thinking, ‘Gee, I’d better butter them up or I’ll lose more of my precious darlings!”

Well, I believe she has a very good reason, although she won’t admit it. If we were to have an election right now, the United Conservative Party would be the big winners and Jason Kenney would be Alberta’s new premier! Sweet!

Thanks for letting me vent!

Larry Hiebert

Wetaskiwin

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