Success a two-way street

If Elizabeth May wants to erase party lines, she should cease denigrating the federal Conservative party and its leader.

Re: Erasing party lines possible, PNR May 1. If Elizabeth May wants to erase party lines, she should cease using every available opportunity to denigrate the federal Conservative party and its leader.

If you have had opportunity to read her parliamentary newsletters, sent to all households in her riding at taxpayers expense, you would see that the entire newsletter is often an anti-Conservative diatribe.

If there are other MPs who vote her the best parliamentarian, I expect it has a lot to do with the fact she and her party are viewed as no real political threat. The willingness of the ruling Conservative ministers to work with Elizabeth May, even after her criticisms of the government, shows strength of character of the ministers.

Bill Wilson, Saanichton

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