Election Respect

One of the political party office doors has been kicked in by a rather pathetic individual(s)

Even before the election was called and on April 14, 2013 the pathetic are running amuck in Revelstoke.  One of the political party office doors has been kicked in by a rather pathetic individual(s).

Maybe, just maybe,  Doug and Norm, and Earl could make an announcement together.

Maybe, the three candidates can make a joint statement, in all the papers of the entire riding,  that any prosecution would be signed and endorsed by all candidates no matter the political party of the stupidity of such perps.

Maybe the three can make a public statement  together  that they and the rest of society do not accept this fearful and pathetic action. This might include removal or defacing signs. Maybe the three might have the courage to act together on this file?

Maybe, the three could stand up together and tell their supporters that this type of stupidity is just not acceptable either morally, or ethically let alone legally.

On another note here, this stupidity simply shows how these particular individuals fear the ability for a particular candidate to win the constituency. In their actions, they show their fear. Pity them and their fear, pity them in their actions.

 

 

David R Pacey

Radium Hot Springs

 

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