Nice haircut doesn’t mean a good leader

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To the editor,

As a person that has no political affiliations but has concern for his fellow Canadians and history, I plead to readers who do have political affiliations and concerns to please get in touch with the executive of the federal Liberal Party and have Justin Trudeau resign from public life.

This is a statement that I wouldn't like to make about anybody but the man obviously is operating in a lack of knowledge bubble. He is embarrassing himself, his family and Canadians, and according to media reports, he is partial to dictators, he thinks it is funny when hundreds of people are slaughtered, and he is not adverse to taking large sums of money from disadvantaged people for public speaking, at the same time working for the Canadian taxpayers. He also wants to legalize a controversial weed. Is this the type of thinking that Canadians now recognize as leadership qualities? Can you imagine this individual negotiating with other world leaders? I think it is obvious that Canadians would not be well represented. You people that think being good looking and having a nice haircut are qualities beneficial to a Canadian leader, I suggest you take some time to reflect.


Frank Dominey

Fort Ellis

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  • chief wiggam
    March 20, 2014 - 08:36

    yes ,what we need is some more of harpers reform party! justin has just as much knowledge as anyone else. all these leaders rely on experts.