Saskatchewan submitter offers two for the price of one in attacks on PM

Dear Editor,
Letter Number One below was completed and ready to post when he who has been dubbed the “Minister of Mistakes” did it again, leading to the compulsion to write letter Number Two.

Dear Editor,

Letter Number One below was completed and ready to post when he who has been dubbed the “Minister of Mistakes” did it again, leading to the compulsion to write letter Number Two.

You probably seldom have received a submission of this nature. I couldn’t choose which one to send and so decided to send both.

Letter Number One

I can’t believe it! Pierre Trudeau took the government out of our bedrooms, now however, it seems the government today wants to know far more than it needs to know.

Here is the scene people…do it in little spurts. You take something little away today, another one tomorrow and holy cow after a period of time we loose more than what we bargained for.

To whose benefit is it when Health Canada pulls something that people have been using with no problems off the market? Is it our health or the pocket book of a pharmaceutical company that would rather have their medications prescribed? Proof! One needs to mastermind proof in order to pass muster here. Herbal products are helping thousands yet now Health Canada wants in on the action.

As well, there’s a secretly negotiated treaty coming to give border guards the right to search IPODS and the like for so-called pirated music. All this is the government going too far.

It’s time to yank our government’s chain, reign them in and tell them who is the boss.

I am afraid if we allow this to continue things will be much worse and harder to turn back.

Harper’s smiling face bothers me. In my opinion his smile makes me shiver wondering what devious things he has next in mind. Is it time to fire him?

Letter Number Two

The ‘holier than thou’ Harper MP’s have got their hands full. I can’t wait to hear them trying to worm their way out of this almost $1 million mistake.

Unbelievable, we have four new aircraft and not one is available to move needed supplies to areas ravaged by disaster. We would have to dismantle needed helicopters, something not recommended even if one were available.

I can’t wait to hear government members try to weasel their way out of this mess. I’m sure somewhere in this mess either the Liberals, NDP or Bloc has a finger in what took place!

Laughable? Not really. We are an embarrassment to the rest of the world. We still had to rent/lease a Russian plane to move what is needed.

I have to wonder what the Minister was thinking about or was he even thinking when he made the offer? Perhaps he had other matters on his mind, who knows.

At any rate we look like idiots to the world. Thanks Mr. Harper, we asked you to lead Canada, not make us look like fools.

Tom Brewer

Regina Sask.

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