Blogging Tory Political Insider has an intriguing post up: Who is the Worst Premier in Canada?
Boy that’s a tough call. But it is interesting that most of the top contenders are female, no?
Marois, Wynne (or McWynntey), Clark, and perhaps even Redford. They all seem to be stumbling over each other in their race to drag down their own provinces.
Maybe I’m prejudiced but I think Kathleen Wynne is the worst. True she struggles with Dalton’s legacy but she doesn’t seem to be doing anything to overturn the worst offenses – especially ‘Green Energy’. It’s a scam. It’s dragging down our economy and encroaching on our rights as citizens.
Here’s the latest. A Vet is incensed about his Smart Meter. He’s refusing to pay his bills until they put back his old one and now they’re threatening to cut him off.
Why is the Ontario Liberal Government bullying Vets? Why are Smart Meters forced on us just like Industrial Wind Turbines?
What happened to our freedom?
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Brian Lilley’s on it! You won’t believe this – especially regarding privacy.
Wynne Government ignoring Health & Safety Issues: Activists challenge Wynne: Close illegal native burger shack or eat from it!
One of my personal pet peeves is up for a vote today (Sept. 19) in the Ontario Legislature: The Record’s Luisa D’Amato eloquently explains why Bill 73 should be supported by all parties. Open up public-sector construction projects to all bidders.
This better get passed. And kudos to Kitchener-Conestoga MPP Michael Harris for spearheading this initiative.
Update: The McWynneWath Coalition defeated Bill 73. Cowards.
Michael Harris has more:
“I am saddened and deeply disappointed to see that the Liberals and the NDP have taken a stand against taxpayers with their unreasonable opposition to the fair and well-researched proposal I put forward,” Harris said. “Because neither of these parties had any substantive arguments to use against Bill 73, they resorted to fear-mongering and a deliberate campaign of misinformation.”
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“I am particularly disappointed with local MPPs John Milloy and Catherine Fife who have voted against our Region, local construction companies in our community and our constituents who will now have to foot the bill for their short-sighted decision,” Harris said. “We now know that both of these MPPs are more interested in advancing their own partisan agendas than advancing the interests of ordinary Ontarians.”