YOU SAID IT: Mr. Freeze doesn’t care

Here are today’s Ottawa Sun letters to the editor.

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mr. FREEZE DOESN’T MATTER

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Re: PM travels the world as ordinary Canadians struggle, column, Sept. 25

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Lorne Gunter knows Mr. Freeze all too well. Here’s a supposed leader who spends most of his time around the world chatting and chatting with other politicians and, of course, big names like the WEF’s Klaus Schwab.

The fact is, Justin doesn’t care about the plight of ordinary Canadians, or he would have long ago devised an economic plan that would have paved the way for more fossil fuel pipelines. The man had a privileged childhood and never had to endure any hardships, such as making sure there was enough money for rent, groceries and heating the house.

Gunter is right, sending billions to projects overseas may be a boon to global NGOs, but it doesn’t impress the people he’s chosen to do. I was listening to a French talk show where most of the guests condemned our Prime Minister for his piano bar actions in Londontown. He has absolutely no contact with the common people.

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The sound of Prime Minister Poilièvre cannot come soon enough.

STEPHEN FLANAGAN

OTTAWA

(The plight of ordinary Canadians could haunt him in the next election.)

HOW DOES IT HELP, JUSTIN?

How many times has Trudeau said that his government is working hard and focused on improving the lives of Canadians? Higher taxes, new taxes, inflation and increases in the cost of living are the “tools” used by the Trudeau administration to help achieve its goal. And with more tax hikes, like the annual carbon tax hike, how can Canadians’ lives get better? The CT discounts don’t come close to what the CT actually costs. The clean fuel standard levy will come into effect in 2023. Don’t expect any discount on this.

So, Justin Trudeau, how is all this helping Canadians? How does it help to get money out of Canadians’ pockets and bank accounts? How does putting food on the table or keeping it out of reach make a better/good life?

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But the liberals take all this positively and act like everything is great. Really sad government running Canada if they don’t see what’s happening. Even sadder are the hordes of voters in Eastern Canada who support the Liberals and Trudeau. Does Eastern Canada Support High Taxes? I do not think so. There is a huge gap between what the Liberal government is doing, what Canada wants or wanted, and what is actually going on.

Trudeau and his liberals must go, or today’s Canada will simply cease to exist.

ROLLY KLAEPATZ

FAIRVIEW, ALTA.

(It will continue to exist, just unrecognizable to many.)

MONDAY WITH WARREN

I do hope that Warren Kinsella’s writings continue in your print Monday edition in the future.

This person is volunteering for Joe Biden and the Democrats in the US, which is not surprising when you research and see what a great job Biden is doing.

It’s wonderful to hear the views of all politicians, but this man is all out for lunch.

BOB MORRIS

OTTAWA

(Thank you for reading.)

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