Do the right thing, resign

We must not stay quiet any longer regarding the action of political leaders and other leaders in official capacity.

What about you ask? I’m am tired of hearing the phrase “I’m sorry, I should have known better, I should have taken the public’s sacrifices into consideration etc “ and on and on the excuses go.

Well SORRY just doesn’t cut it with me and the majority of the public.

I am angered by the fact they feel entitled to do whatever and not consider others.

We are so restricted in our movements, yet they feel that does not apply to them.

How can I in good conscience have any faith in their leadership or even trust them.

What really bothers me is that these entitled persons should all resign from their positions.

Instead they say SORRY and their bosses just accept this. There seems to be no penalty or consequences. Just seems that almost every day there is another person in an elite position who fesses up. And usually they are caught instead of being forthcoming. I will say I have much admiration for the few that have resigned and man/womaned up. It’s the right thing to do.

Irene Hawrysh, Kelowna

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