Liberal hatred runs deep
each candidate would be handed a beer that would explode into foam when the cap was twisted off — it came up the same bush road as they did, after all.
Their opening speeches would be disrupted by a helicopter swooping down on the scene, bearing two conservation officers and a dog bent on keeping the bush safe from expired outdoors Cards.
The dog, trained to sniff out fish, would bark incessantly at all of the candidates, apparently having put his nose to their campaign promises.
They would be fined for having too many lines.
The last party leader to run screaming to a 4 x 4 cab, pursued by hordes of blackflies, would be declared the winner and awarded all 12 Northern ontario seats.
We’d throw in Parry soundmuskoka, too, just so they’d know those ridings really were
in the North.
Party leaders, particularly front-running doug Ford of the PCS, keep telling us they’re going to save us from the evils of another Kathleen Wynne
No need. It’s already taken care of. you don’t even have to hold our beer while we do it.
hatred of Wynne’s exhausted regime runs so deep and so broad among the electorate that no amount of Conservative or NDP campaign blunders could convince enough voters to hold their noses and vote Liberal this time.
We’d even vote for job-slasher Tim hudak this time.
I’d say most of the electorate are looking at who they should vote for and have long decided who they will vote against.
The media have been criticized for subjecting Ford to higher scrutiny than the other main party leaders.
Well, he is both the frontrunner and a newcomer to the
provincial political scene, so that’s understandable.
But more important, Ford and the PCS have been lax in putting our money where their mouths are.
They’ve made dramatic and often popular promises, but so far offered little more than nebulous “efficiencies” to fund them.
Liberal and New democrat platforms show how they expect to pay for what they plan to do. you might find fault with their budgeting. you might not believe them. But it is there.
“Trust me,” is not sufficient. so the media should continue to “harass” Ford about how he’s going to pay for his promises.
It’s worth remembering that when Ford was a city councillor he planned to redevelop Toronto’s lakefront with, among other things, a giant ferris wheel and a monorail.
don’t think he costed those out either. humourmetom.ca