Clark’s job promises just pipe(line) dreams

Professional politician Christy Clark is just giving us the all-too-familiar job creation song and dance.

To the Editor,

Re: Clark speech focuses on job creation, Oct. 31.

Professional politician Christy Clark is just giving us the all-too-familiar job creation song and dance numbers, plus using the fake gold-painted carrot on a string to hypnotize us even further into believing her sales pitch that good times are a coming.

This is nothing more than the usual pipeline dream, filled with a lot of hot air, which, as usual, will cost the taxpayers a lot more money than we can afford, especially these days.

Nanaimo city council will approve the Duke Point pot rezoning because of a lot of continuing tax revenue that it will generate. Isn’t that illegal to get money from the proceeds from a grow-op?

The taxpayers’ money is yet again being spirited away on these very foolish boondoggles.

Al MunroNanaimo