Change of premier doesn’t really change anything

In my opinion changing a Liberal name just doesn’t make a person of average intelligence forget the history behind the party.

To the Editor:

In my opinion changing a Liberal name just doesn’t  make a person of average intelligence forget the history of these same – ball and chain wreckers of our home  (aka) British Columbia.

Remember folks a rose by another name still smells like a rose.

The  Gordon Campbell cloned former Deputy Premier Chrispy Clark and the original band of Pinocchios will still smell like an abandoned outhouse no matter what their new handle may be.

Campbell can now share the  no –  show name  associated with country singer George Jones.

England will be facing the final curtain as dishonorable  Harper appointed  H.C. Gordon Campbell starts squeezing the breath from what’s left of the former British Empire?

Pip – pip – hooray, it’s England’s Campbell  time for total disarray.

Tom Isherwood,   Olalla



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