Letters to the Editor, Oct. 29
Today I quit the Liberal Party after 20 years of support. I cannot support a party that has turned its back on the majority of working-class Canadians in favour of the 1% of new fringe minorities in this county that everyone is afraid to upset. I am a 45-year-old gay man, and I was born into a world that, by nature, was designed for heterosexuals. I accepted that to have a happy life, I would need to assimilate into this world and it worked. Now we live in a time where anyone can say they want everything to change because they are a little different. Who are you to have such power! The left has gone way too far in this country and they need to stop and think about the 95% before freaking out because some hard-working, everyday person does not understand why they want special treatment. We are all Canadians. We need to tackle issues that affect us all first. The prime minister is elected for the 38 million Canadians. Everyone matters! Justin Trudeau, I am heartbroken to watch you fall to special interest. Love to anyone that needs to change to feel free in their life and I want you all to be happy and be the best you that you can be. But let us be us, too.
(Love hath no fury like a Liberal scorned)
While it was great that the Liberals ran on a platform of banning scary looking firearms, might there have been more effective measures to reduce gun violence? Would clamping down on weapon smuggling from the U.S., and not sloughing off handgun regulation to the municipalities, perhaps been more successful than, say, whipping out the AK-45’s hysteria? And reducing minimum sentences for repeat gun offenders likely doesn’t help a lot either, right?
(Hysterically ridiculous Liberal approach to gun crime)