Ducking debates no way to get ‘hired’

If I went in for a job interview as told the interviewer that I would only participate under certain circumstances, would I get hired? No

Re: With more time, will more voters care? (B.C. Views, Aug. 19).

NDP leader Thomas Mulcair will not attend a debate October 8th, because Stephan Harper will not be there.

What are you, children in a daycare centre?

You are asking me for a job. If I went in for a job interview as told the interviewer that I would only participate under certain circumstances, would I get hired? No.

We need to hear every word you can say to make an informed decision. We need to hear the truth of your life. I absolutely hate the negative propaganda that I am hearing in the media.

I have run in an election and participated in every aspect. I entered every debate, knocked on doors and had public appearances.

I lost but I have the knowledge that I tried my hardest.

Andrew Ludington

 

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