Writer says prime minister accomplishes little

38 per cent approval rating based on little to nothing

Dear editor,

So what’s this about 38 per cent of people polled state that they think Justin Trudeau is doing a fine job?

Holy Batman dude! What the heck are these fools smoking?

Oh well, at least that number isn’t closer to 90 per cent, thank goodness for small favours!

So let me get this straight, now: here we have a prime minister who hasn’t really done much at all, for anyone during these past almost-four years and 38 per cent of people polled state that “We think he’s doing a good job, if not a great job!” Holy!

Right now, I think we all need someone to save us. Canada, we are in big trouble here, especially if Justin wins a second term as prime minister!

There’s got to be someone out there who agrees with me.

Thanks for letting me vent!

Larry Hiebert

Wetaskiwin

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