Letter: Trudeaumania elected Liberals, not leadership

…unrealistic solutions, has caused millions to flee from the security of a wise leader…into the floods of empty political promises.

Open letter to Charlie Hodge:

Charlie, your tirade in your last columns has revealed the fact of jealousy on your part. You obviously understand the need for high class quality leadership that our men—Ron [Cannan] and Stephen [Harper]—have provided in these last years. Your long apology to Ron reveals the fact that what you advised your readers to do, happened. Now you have remorse for damaging, what you claimed, was a friendship.

Trudeaumania has elected our future federal government—not leadership.

Remember the song, Don’t Worry, Be Happy. Wisely stated in this troubled world where we citizens are constantly concerned about everything and anything that may or may not happen in our lives. This, with the offer of political, unrealistic solutions, has caused millions to flee from the security of a wise leader and jump into the floods of empty political promises.

Now it is time to be concerned. As you have stated, it will be a “very bumpy ride.”

Oh that we in Kelowna could have leadership in City Hall like what Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his crew provided. The scriptures state very well what our whole world needs to know—Phillippians chapter 4 verses 6 through 8.

E. Barry Patterson, Kelowna


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