Letter: Fletcher on track supporting Harper government

I believe we have had a very good federal government for over a decade, led by Stephen Harper.

To the editor:

It was refreshing to read Tom Fletcher’s column in the January 6, 2016 edition of the Kelowna Capital News. I believe we have had a very good federal government for over a decade, led by Stephen Harper.

Regarding the rant written by Bruce Stevenson in the January 8, 2016 letters to the editor, I must say one just has to tune into a political show on CTV to see and hear the bias toward the government. The show is so far left-wing, they don’t know what is right.

Keep up the good work, Mr. Tom Fletcher.

Les Waugh, Kelowna

 

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