Liberal attack tactics extend beyond the NDP

B.C. Liberals have 12 years of attacking citizens through policies

When the B.C. Liberals resort to negative advertising, it shows just how unfit they are to govern.

If they are willing to attack Adrian Dix, they’d be just as willing to attack you. That’s exactly what they have been doing for 12 years; attacking the poor, attacking those who help the poor; attacking women, attacking women’s support groups; attacking public services and the employees who deliver those services.

The Liberals have nothing left to offer except bitterness and abuse.

Sue Stroud

Central Saanich

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