Ashamed of Rich Coleman

Fort Langley-Aldergrove MLA begs for money in another province.

Editor: I am ashamed.

I’m ashamed to see my MLA Rich Coleman travelling to another province and begging for money. He wants money to save his miserable political party and his job from certain defeat next term.

What a disgrace. Has he no pride? Does he thinks so little of us, his constituents here in Langley Township, as to debase himself in front of the rest of Canada?

It’s time to think about real alternatives here in Langley Township. Whatever you do, don’t be fooled by the rhetoric and lies presented by these lousy managers and politically arrogant corporate toadies.

Jeff Laurie,

Walnut Grove

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