Re: All candidates forum, Wed., Sept. 8
The people who make the decisions are never voted in to office. The politicians who are voted in to office will not make the decisions. That is how politics work.
The federal debate [last week] showed us that none of the old parties should be given the power to rule over us this time around. Trudeau fired his justice minister because she stood up for justice. O’Toole fired the only common sense person from the PC party and as we see now, he is a mirror image of Trudeau, maybe worse. Mandatory vaccines, lockdowns, masks forever, no more free will. Carbon tax with all parties except one, the PPC.
Huge anti-vax demonstrations are never shown by the mainstream media. Maxime Bernier was not allowed to participate in the national debates “because he didn’t meet the criteria.” He is the only leader to stand against mandatory vaccination, lockdowns, masks for children, etc.
We the people have to clean house in Ottawa. The past 20 months should be a good indicator who to vote for.
Many thanks to the Cosmos for arranging our local debate for our candidates. There definitely was one clear winner, but not from our old familiar parties as in the past.
Remember when you vote, governments and politicians only have the money that they can get from your taxes. The bigger the promises, the more taxes we will have to pay. We are ordered by our politicians to work virtually, cut down on carbons by not driving, etc. Why can’t they do the same, instead of flying from province to province in big airplanes trying to get votes? So much for carbon and climate change for them. Rules we have to follow are not for them. According to our politicians, you, who drives your small car to work, are responsible for climate change, so we need to put a carbon tax on you.
Experience has shown us that it is not always best to vote for the candidate with the biggest promises and who puts up the most signs.
Check out the candidates, inform yourself, nothing is more important.
Al Yetman, Uxbridge
Thank you, Lisha, Ted, Roger, and all the Cosmos crew, and kudos to the local candidates as well for presenting the virtual debate from the Uxbridge Arena last week. It was a refreshingly informative and civil evening.
Bruce and Elaine Brandon, Uxbridge
Re: Zombies on parade, Sept. 9
So, viruses are neither dead nor alive. By many, they are considered to be not alive. Likewise for zombies.
We are currently under seige by zombies, and it is completely avoidable, simply by taking the vaccine. There are two obvious reasons to get the vaccine, though some are still unclear so I will illustrate this for you.
First, you don’t want zombies sniffing around looking for you. Secondly, whilst in pursuit of you, you don’t want the zombies to cause any collateral damage to others in your circle. You hear it all the time: “I could take it if the zombie only got me.” “My natural immunity could fight it off.” “I’d only be a bit of zombie.” “You wouldn’t even tell the difference.” “Pshaw, It’s nothing, it’s just like a small aneurysm.”
Wouldn’t it be terrible if, sitting there at the breakfast table, little Suzie had gone zombie because of you? She’s not as tough as you. She just seems a little tired. Off to school she heads, to spawn a class room full of aspiring zombies, and when she returns you see the yellowing skin and dull eyes. All her limbs fall off and you think, “oh that’s not so bad, I’ve seen worse. At least her head didn’t explode.” Then her head explodes.
Don’t be a zombie, get the vaccine.
Colin Murphy, Uxbridge