Consistency in treatment

Consistency in treatment Boyd Pyper wrote a letter to the editor expressing his concern about the treatment of Gerard Fleming regarding his wanting to run for the Yukon Party. Then someone calling themselves Yukonjack on the message boards responded by

Boyd Pyper wrote a letter to the editor expressing his concern about the treatment of Gerard Fleming regarding his wanting to run for the Yukon Party.

Then someone calling themselves Yukonjack on the message boards responded by saying, “Gerard has lied to us regarding his past. Is that not enough justification?”

Well, Yukonjack, your past leader Dennis Fentie misrepresented his past, but that didn’t seem to bother you.

And then he and some of his cronies and ministers tried to sell parts of Yukon Energy to their friends in Alberta, and denied it until they were confronted about it. Now that would be justification for removal and not wanting them.

But sad to say, Yukonjack, you still have some of them running again.

So the people of the Yukon would be justified in getting rid of the whole lot of you.

Eldon Organ

Whitehorse