Letters: LEAP doesn’t care about kids

Writer wonders if LEAP is wanting to legalize all drugs

Legalize pot and what’s next?

Steve Finlay can talk about Capone and Chicago but does he have kids out there?

Hey Steve, legalize it and watch the “Scarfaces” of the world change gears to something else. Maybe ecstasy or crystal meth. Then should we legalize them too?

That idea is foolhardy to put forward. I don’t think Scott Hilderley missed the point at all. Any parent should want their children to be better than they are. I want my kids to far exceed what I have done.

Sounds to me that LEAP doesn’t care about the future of the children of Sooke or anywhere else for that matter.

Dave Kalyn

Sooke

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