Why were there no questions?

To the Editor,

With so many other senators, besides Mike Duffy, apparently falling victim to “unclear” senate rules regarding expenditures, why didn’t one of these highly intelligent senators ask for clarification to the rules?

Unless, of course, they were too self-serving to pass up the opportunity to proverbially “feed at the taxpayers’ trough”?

Unfortunately, all good senators are likely to get tarred with the same brush.

Yup! One-time-legislator, Daniel Boone, said it all: “There ain’t no ticks like ‘poly-ticks’!”

And, in Boone’s day, senators would’ve been targets for a good ol’ fashioned tar and feathering.

Liz Stonard,

Port Albern

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