Returning to the NDP is akin to returning to an ex-spouse

There's plenty to consider, if you're planning to vote NDP, writes Joe Sawchuk

Consider this if you are planning to vote NDP.

B.C. has a triple A credit rating. It is a “have” province and has the second lowest basic income tax rate in Canada.

You would never take back a former spouse to recreate a nightmare, but we are willing to do it to change the government.

As B.C. is a business-investment province and investment does not agree with NDP governments, can the NDP guarantee that you will not get a layoff slip from your place of employment, if, in fact, they become government?

Joe Sawchuk, Duncan

 

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