Letter: Weak tactic to shoot the messenger

…maybe Mr. Goddard should be upset with Harper and the Conservatives instead of shooting the messenger.

To the editor:

Mr. Goddard is very upset regarding the mere reporting of facts on Mr. Harper and the Conservatives. [June 24 Capital News]

What you can’t dispute is their reporting the news as is, so maybe Mr. Goddard should be upset with Harper and the Conservatives instead of shooting the messenger.

I have seen the light, and am a former Conservative supporter.

Rosalie Chalmers, Kelowna

 

 

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