They make the laws but think they’re above them
Since the beginning of politics, there has been only one type of agenda: self-serving. Now we can say that all parties are equal to the task.
The people of Nova Scotia finally gave the NDP the opportunity to represent the masses, and what did it do? Same old, same old.
Premier Darrell Dexter should order a full inquiry even though he got caught at the trough. One has done the right thing by resigning, which beats falling on your sword.
Glace Bay MLA Dave Wilson should spend more time with the issues of his constituency instead of worrying about sunning himself on the patio at taxpayers’ expense.
MLAs make the laws but seem to think it is all right for them to be above the law. MLAs should make their expenses public once a year.
I give kudos to the auditor general and the news media for exposing this self-serving. Joe Osborne Glace Bay Editor’s note: The auditor general’s expense audit covered the three years ending in June 2009, the month in which the last provincial election was held.