ALBERTA VOTES 2008

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February 1, 2008 | 04:03 PM

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don karl (caolhurst_ab) wrote:

I am very mad that the polical partys have lethbridge put by the way side other than tafte whos just trying to buy votes. all they care about is calgary and north each day i find something that angers me more. lethbridge is growing farly well anyway no thanks to the present govenment.they are to busy covering there buts in the vote rich big citys witch leaves southern alberta to fend for them selves.we people down here are albertians to its high time that see us for the had working people that help build this province. Albertas greats resource is the people not oil or gas or the hot air that our polictions spew. all talk and no action.

Posted February 22, 2008 07:24 PM

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