Re: "Clark needs to take a different approach," View from the Ledge column by Keith Baldrey, Wednesday, June 20.
No, Keith, it is the taxpayers who have to get out of their Adrian Dix/Jim Sinclair coma.
If, after the polls close in B.C. on May 14, 2013 and the NDP forms government, this is the agenda of the NDP government: Bankrupt the province; lose the AAA credit rating; take B.C. once again to a "have not province;" top off all funding to government ministries; give all government employees pay raises in return for an increase in taxes to the taxpayers; create unemployment because B.C. is a business province and businesses don't invest in NDP territory; have all decisions approved by B.C. Federation of Labour boss Jim Sinclair; call a provincial election in May 2017; lose the election to, once again, a coalition government that will have to start all over again cleaning up an NDP mess, just as Bill Bennett of the Social Credit party had to do after a Dave Barrett NDP government, and Gordon Campbell after a Glen Clark-Dan Miller-Ujjal Dosanjhthree-stooge NDP government.
Before marking your ballot, ask yourself who pays you a paycheque every second Friday, B.C. business or a union, and who you want to manage your taxpayer dollars.
Governments are all the same in general, but some are better than others. The voting taxpayer has the final say.