Bad be­hav­ior

The Prince George Citizen - - Opinion -

Twenty years ago, there prob­a­bly were be­hav­iors that were not known to be racist at that time, that we would con­sider racist to­day.

My con­cern to­day is the com­mo­tion of the MPs when they were pound­ing on the ta­ble and hol­ler­ing “let her speak” dur­ing the pre­sen­ta­tion of the bud­get re­port by Fi­nance Min­is­ter Bill Morneau.

We could hardly hear what the fi­nance min­is­ter was say­ing most of the time.

Thanks to The Cit­i­zen, which pub­lished the en­tire re­port in the news­pa­per the fol­low­ing day, we got the in­for­ma­tion.

Do we re­ally want these MPs to be the ones run­ning our gov­ern­ment in the fu­ture? Such dis­re­spect for their fel­low MP and our cit­i­zens they are sup­posed to rep­re­sent.

The cit­i­zens of Canada should be more con­cerned how the peo­ple run­ning for prime min­is­ter plan to make our lives bet­ter in var­i­ous ways and how they plan on pay­ing for the changes they sug­gest. This would be of far more in­ter­est to the vot­ers. Carolyn Wed­man

Prince Ge­orge

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