NDP not very scary at all

Dear Sir:

Regarding the recent letter, The NDP? Very scary.

Dear Sir:

Regarding the recent letter, The NDP? Very scary.

Allow me to give you an analogy that came to mind after I read Mr. Kent Glowinski’s letter. It is a little over the top, but I think it illustrates my point.

Imagine a non-believer who finally finds the truth and joins a church and is “born again.”

I would imagine the congregation would be pleased and welcoming at the change of heart. I can’t imagine them barring the door and shunning this person because of his past beliefs.

Obviously, many Quebecers left the Bloc Quebecois for a variety of reasons.

I can’t imagine one reason was to infiltrate a federalist party to destroy the country.

Ms. Turmel was chosen an interim temporary leader and I am sure Jack had his pragmatic reasons for recommending her.

Nathan Cullen has nothing to be embarrassed about.

Anya Carrel,

Terrace, BC


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