Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Niagara Ontario Libertarian runs for more choices

Libertarian candidate for Niagara Centre pushing for small government | -
Dave Johnson, Welland Tribune:

May 22, 2018 - "Patrick Pietruszko said he's tired of the government expanding while the average person's life is getting harder. That's why he's running as the Niagara Centre candidate for the Libertarian Party in June's provincial election.

"'It is the only party that is offering people of Ontario something different.... It is the only party fighting for more choices when it comes to health care and education,' said the married father of three who owns a landscaping business.

"He said unlike the other parties that take money from people and then dangle it back as election gifts during election time, Libertarians think it is best if people keep as much of their own money in their own pockets.

"'The Libertarian party will allow non-government insurance options in addition to OHIP. People are leaving Ontario all the time to get treatment in other countries.'

"Education is another area, he said, where the party would allow non-government options and more choice. 'A one-sized school system does not fit all children. Some children thrive better if they learn at home or at a private school'

"He urged people who do not vote because they are tired of big government to ... 'vote for the party that will bring real change by shrinking the size and scope of government. The Libertarian Party is fighting against big government so that you can have more choices and more freedom in this province."

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