Letters, August 10: ‘Why does Ottawa discriminate against seniors?’

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AGE DISCRIMINATION
What a kick in the pills for all the old people. Which give? The increase in the old-age pension for those aged 75 and over? Ladies and gentlemen, we are discriminated against by our own government. Which give? Ageism is alive and well in the cozy confines of Ottawa. Another gaffe from Justin Trudeau but what else is new for this titled SOB. He really is his father’s son, so all of us 65 once again salute your stupidity and we all tell you fuddle duddle. Excuse my French.
KEN WATCHES
(Division decisions.)

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GIVE IT TO RACHEL
Re: Alberta Cabinet Minister switches allegiance to Danielle Smith after endorsing Travis Toews. Seems late, everyone is jumping on the Danielle Smith bandwagon. As this political migration takes place, Rachel Notley and her NDP gang are laughing at the bank, ahead of next year’s provincial election.
DONALD K. MUNROE
(They had their chance.)

OUT OF CONTACT AND REACH
Subject: “THIS IS OFFENSIVE! », letter, 9 August. Our public health system has become an independent entity. Ungovernable and untouchable for the government. Neither the Department of Health nor the Prime Minister has any say in health care. Our healthcare system is now an enclave, with its own government. That is why it is almost impossible to make changes from the outside. The only way to bring it to its knees is to defund it to such a degree that they cannot resist the introduction of a private health care system, thus resulting in a dual health care system. If this can be achieved, the dictatorial rule of the public health system and its unions will come to an abrupt end. Because for the first time we will be able to compare the public health care system. Since it has been running without question for far too long. And only then will we be able to distinguish the quality or quality of a health care service we have received.
CASPAR PFENNINGER
(The answer to our health problems certainly can’t be to throw ever-increasing amounts at it.)

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WE MUST FIGHT
Since taking the Prime Minister’s throne, JT has spent several million taxpayers’ hard-earned money around the world, having fun and occasionally beating his pie to make us think he and his incompetent caucus at Ottawa are the best thing. since the invention of the wheel. Think of the tax revolt next spring. The Sun probably won’t print it because censorship is creeping into the editor’s office.
PAUL EATON
(It’s called editing and accountability, not censorship.)

BAD TARGET
Well, it seems most Canadians are stupid. We have banned handguns entering our country that are legal. Not those who enter the country illegally. We could offend the gangs. I certainly feel safe. I believe these gangs in Canada only buy legal guns. I was afraid that the government would take care of me.
ED SKELDING
(Yeah, it’s all screwed up, but gang guns — illegal guns — are already banned.)

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