Canada’s PM hasn’t done such a bad job

Harper manages to keep Canada in decent financial shape, even while supporting war-torn countries

Here is a message for all of those who constantly find fault with the prime minister and our Conservative government.

We give away billions of dollars every year to countries that never help themselves. Billions in wars that never end, because of the hatred warring factions have for each other’s religion. Losing young men in needless wars.

Obviously, Stephen Harper has done something right, when Canada is the only country to survive the mess in the financial world. Imagine having the NDP and how their supporters love to strike, or the Liberals who have no idea what fiscal responsibility is.

Canada cannot be responsible for every nation that continues to fight year after year. Our prime minister has taken care of Canada brilliantly.

Eileen Nattrass

Central Saanich

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