Do we have any political clout?
The Editor, Beware: Justin Trudeau caught in the Roman Calendar March 15, Ides of March.
With kissy faces galore habitual as seen on TV, Trudeau presents and projects a Hollywood-style not too mature, personal picture. His choice of assistants in the Prime Minister’s office shows a misunderstanding of this high office. With past Katimavik program summer experience, minimal months teaching experience, Trudeau versus Stephen Harper, a university graduated economist who understood global affairs, left Canada with a balanced budget. Trudeau certainly does not compare; campaigning, demonizing Harper, spouting of legalizing cannabis, promises of yet to come sunny days.
The SNC-Lavalin mish-mash of political favouritism to many crooked companies is what it is in many, many Canadian and world businesses. Trudeau, Butts and friends chose to howl at Justice and Attorney General Jody Wilson Reybould, whose appointed job mandate was to bring Lavalin to account after 30 years of corruption.
The Prime Minister’s office tried to prevent Jody Wilson from performing her Canadian rule of law mandate. Not too high I.Q. for Trudeau knew all this but boldly his ever devious Hollywood style and smile appearing on TV bluffing voters on sunny days.
For him, the Roman Calendar March 15, Ides of March, dangerous winds, snow political meltdown are now in effect.
Little Amanda, our provincial MPP, sits now as an independent. I ask under whose clever direction is she under. We in Glengarry-PrescottRussell might say we have no proper political clout in Toronto!
As far as Drouin, part of the low I.Q.’s Trudeau gang -- he votes indiscriminately. How bright, I ask the voter. Canada in spite of federal political and local mediocrity will vote next October. Trudeau does not inspire or does he?
Suzanne Blackburn, Alexandria