Why I’m not sup­port­ing Hous­ton

The News (New Glasgow) - - OPINION | LETTERS -

To the editor,

There are many rea­sons why I am not sup­port­ing Tim Hous­ton for leader of the Nova Sco­tia PC Party — the main one be­ing I know Ce­cil Clarke to be a far bet­ter can­di­date.

An­other rea­son is the fact the Tim Hous­ton cam­paign has now ap­par­ently been caught break­ing the party/lead­er­ship rules for a fifth time. A fifth time.

Let that sink in for a mo­ment. Now, Tim has been say­ing all th­ese rule-break­ing ac­tions are just mis­takes. Five times does not sound like a mis­take, it sounds like a strat­egy.

But let’s say we give him the ben­e­fit of the doubt — let’s say his cam­paign in­ad­ver­tently broke the rules each time. If that’s true, that means Tim is run­ning the most in­com­pe­tent lead­er­ship cam­paign in the his­tory of Canada.

Ei­ther there’s a lack of ethics, or a lack of com­pe­tency.

Re­gard­less, they both say the same thing: Tim Hous­ton is not ready to lead.

Fred DeLorey Can­di­date-of-Record, Cen­tral Nova Con­ser­va­tive Party of Canada

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