LETTER: Watts’ reputation for fighting crime no doubt has ISIS shaking in their boots

Reader's sure that ISIS is on the verge of surrender after hearing that Dianne Watts and Stephen Harper are coming after them.

Dianne Watts's reputation as a crime fighter

The Editor,

Re: “Campaign flyer causes heat for former Surrey mayor Watts,” the Now, Sept. 24.

I am sure that ISIS is on the verge of surrender after hearing that Dianne Watts and Stephen Harper are coming after them.

Watts’s reputation as a crime fighter – successfully eliminating crime in Surrey – no doubt has them already on the run.

I will gladly pay for a rifle and a parachute so she can fulfill her dream of going to battle. Wasn’t this the reason she so unselfishly signed on?  I am sure it was not the lure of an indexed pension, huge remuneration and other fine perks.

Now we can all be safe in our own bedrooms.  Thank you, Dianne.

J.G. Bekei, Surrey

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