Why don’t politicians think we need to live within our province’s means?

When is enough enough to revolt against these imbeciles who thrive and dwell in our pockets to keep their jobs and families?

It is simply amazing the culture of our politicians who come into the job and don’t have to really put any effort into keeping it for a life-long tenure serviced by the tax payers who continue to remain stupid.

I am sure every one of these elected politicians has a home budget that they calculate income and expenses. Yet when they come out of their homes they work differently in the public sector, covering their incompetences by taxing the people.

This same incompetence, if tried in the private sector, would have terminated their employment or in the case of their family, would have destroyed its existence.

All politicians need to do is favour the minority needs.(As a recent example: Justin Trudeau winning on platform of bringing in refugees without care of indirect expenses incurred). The cause of their stupid moves is effected into taxes.

When is enough enough to revolt against these imbeciles who thrive and dwell in our pockets to keep their jobs and families? Time to revolt and sack them when incompetence is identified. None should be allowed to continue just on the merit of being elected from the midst of their majority in any riding.

The tolling of the Pattullo Bridge or roads in B.C. must be a no, as there is no accountability to each time reaching into our pockets.

Time to cut our cloth. We do not have money in our province to cover a dream of a political spend of $7 million for Canada Day.

We have a life to live within our means.

 

Hubert Lobo

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