We all knew that during the federal election campaign there would be some leaders with whom we would agree or disagree.
But no matter how much you disagree with someone, I feel like you shouldn’t be disrespectful to them.
On September 6, people threw gravel at Liberal leader Justin Trudeau onto his back and head as he got on his bus at the end of a campaign stop at the London Co-Operative Brewing Company.
It wasn’t okay to do this to people just because you don’t agree with someone. We must be respectful to everyone.
Mereat Barkho, Windsor
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