Federal government should tread carefully

Does Canada need to be subjected to more aggressive steps financially rather than shown some conciliation?

Upon reading the editorial column in the Feb. 1 copy of the Oak Bay News, and if one were to take the tone of the cartoon on Page A6 of this newspaper to heart, I somehow doubt the Harper government has much of a chance of re-election come Oct. 15, 2015, especially with a majority government.

Does Canada need to be subjected to more aggressive steps financially rather than shown some conciliation? Are things that bad in Canada financially? It doesn’t appear so for those who hold political power and on whom we look to for fair leadership.

Does anyone get my drift?

Chris Garrett-Petts

Oak Bay

 

 

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