Promises, promises

Resident says there is a need for B.C. to develop its natural resources

Beware of the man who would be king; who promises everything and anything to anyone who needs to be persuaded just a little more in which direction to cast their vote

He will have no pipelines, no gas lines, no copper mines, no more dirty coal trains  and the Port of Vancouver will become a movie set in the hope of paying for all these promises.

Half of our children and our grandchildren have already moved to Alberta to live and work.

When will common sense and reality start to filter in to the fickle electorate, so all of the people in B.C. can prosper from the resources we were blessed with?

Ken Douglas



Vernon Morning Star

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