To the editor,
Re: People are depending on affordability promises, Editorial, Feb. 14.
It should be as normal that every time that any politician either running for office or while in office makes promise, it should be done, because it’s an oral agreement. However, for some unknown reason, the promise isn’t kept, without any negative consequences. So therefore, a promissory contract should be written up to ensure that when any promise is made by any politician, it’s kept, without using the same cop-out excuses.
Any so-called promise isn’t worth squat. Unless it’s backed up with actual action, it’s just worthless talk.
Al Munro, Nanaimo
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