Letter: Gas price explanation not needed

What we need and want is the person or persons responsible to apologize and admit that we have been gouged and wronged.

To the editor:

Yes our so called leaders and representatives need to hear from more of us in regards to the price gouging we are seeing at the gas pumps here in Kelowna.

We don’t need another nonsense BS explanation from some so-called expert thinking that we are a bunch of idiots that just fell off the turnip truck and will believe anything.

What we need and want is the person or persons responsible to apologize and admit that we have been gouged and wronged.

You have been and still are, stealing from us. It is wrong and it needs to stop.

If any of you so-called leaders and representatives out there are reading this—do your job! Do some representing! Do some leading! Don’t take some googli wash of an explanation or excuse and relay it back to us.

Everyone in Kelowna is pissed off. Kelowna is waiting for some answers, action and an apology.

Oh yea, and lower gas prices!

Dan Comeau, Kelowna

 

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