Mungall not doing job

It is of no surprise that Michelle Mungall is on the obvious accountability screening as a leader, as a representative for the people.

It is of no surprise that Michelle Mungall is on the obvious accountability screening as a leader, as a representative (voice) for the people.

I had given up on politics because by my experience — over 20 years — justifies that there are no real politicians/representatives, as they appear, however, I see them as just buffers. I gave it the last shot, even befriended Michelle on Facebook and attended her rallies for Jumbo and poverty. She made herself sound encouraging; that she could help even me, but upon my request, written, it took two letters of the same carbon copy sent before she responded.

Basically, I felt misled and in more ways she presented herself, by my opinion, as a self-serving politician. She provoked my anger too and I chose to walk away, again, never to trust the governing system in its form.

Let’s face the music, Michelle: you reap what you sow is a universal law and karma is no joke. You chose to be a politician and I have to question why? Which hat do you really wear, and is there a real Michelle Mungall to stand up?

It is a clear fact that Canada is 25 years behind the rest of the world leadership, and we won’t be able to solve the problems with the same consciousness that created the problems.

Jana Mayrhofer

Nelson

 

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