MPs, MLAs must end crime

The confusion in our province at this time is beyond belief! Premier Dave Hancock was to balance our budget but this was merely a dream, as usual.

The confusion in our province at this time is beyond belief!

Premier Dave Hancock was to balance our budget but this was merely a dream, as usual. This gentleman said 105,000 people would enter our province or had entered our province for residency in the last year.

A person does not have to be a rocket doctor to realize that would be the same as creating a new city at least as big as Red Deer with all the accoutrements and appendages and emoluments and the benefits thereof paid for by Albertans while balancing the budget: roads, schools, housing, hospitalization, recreation, jails ,etc., etc.

But wait a moment! It has taken over a 100 years to build Red Deer.

We know where these people will come from and our governments both provincial and federal refuse to let us have anything to say at all to stop this stupidity and our MPs and MLAs may as well be residing on another planet when it comes to any opinion from us. When has your public official asked you if you have enough drive-by shootings or home invasions or drug dealers or car thieves or welfare recipients or fellows like the one who brought AIDS to 45 women and a 12 year old girl? AIDS is not a reason to deny Canadian citizenship.

When our next election comes up, do you think your MLA will ask for your opinion about any of your concerns and would that member be allowed to speak?

How about the Mountie criminals who burglarized the houses in High River? Is that under the rug now? It’s a criminal offence by police officers! Where is Jonathan Denis, our Justice minister?

Ask your next MLA what he or she plans to do about this criminal problem. Ask your MLA what they plan on doing about the magistrates and judges who keep turning violent criminals loose to prey on us and our children.

Do you let your kids walk to school now? Most people I know are afraid for the safety of their kids but when I was a boy we were pushed out the door and told which direction the school was.

Immigration is provincial as well as federal under the British North America Act, which is in its entirety part of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Do any of these drones use the not withstanding clause? This is known as the silence of the lambs in the legislature.

For sure we may have the equal, elected and effective Senate in Ottawa as we know Stephen Harper has a majority government and he means business, maybe. If we do get triple E, that will end our just being a colony of Ontario and Quebec.

Whoever told you that punishment doesn’t prevent crime sure never got the switch across the bottom! We do not have a crime problem, we have an MLA and a MP and a Justice minister and a Supreme Court and a prime minister problem.

Their problem is they don’t have enough gray matter to realize that criminals are an asset who should be working to repay society making cement and bricks and working in industry the same as our major trading partner China does, instead of having our citizens put them in a standard of living surpassing working folks.

We have a drastic problem but before the next election, question your candidate as to his intentions on how he is going to solve our broken justice system.

Folks, don’t let these slickos fool us again and again and again.

If your MLA will do nothing, run an independent candidate as at this time Albertans have had enough of the same old guff by the same old eunuchs and we are all looking for a champion and not just a chump.

Dennis Combs

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