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    I agree. But Wynne will paint him as a cross between Hannibal Lechter and Satan. There are enough dim witted people to get her back in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by terrym View Post
    I agree. But Wynne will paint him as a cross between Hannibal Lechter and Satan. There are enough dim witted people to get her back in.
    And with a majority government too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanO View Post
    I think the biggest problem is the lack of a competent alternative. The last guy suggested killing 100 000 government jobs as part of his platform. I hope the new guy, Patrick Brown, knows how to keep his mouth shut. He needs to say nothing and let Wynne's record speak for itself.
    I don't know what to make of Brown,either. I'm not overly impressed with "red" Tories at the best of times,but,at this time with so many leftist-liberal Toronto folks moving to the 905 and 705 spreading their infection to the rest of the province,it may necessary and a wise move. Time will tell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    I don't know what to make of Brown,either. I'm not overly impressed with "red" Tories at the best of times,but,at this time with so many leftist-liberal Toronto folks moving to the 905 and 705 spreading their infection to the rest of the province,it may necessary and a wise move. Time will tell.
    The problem with Ontario is a party has to win Toronto to get a majority and the only way for the PCs to win Toronto is to present a "red" Tory. Toronto voters want everything handed to them wrapped in a nice pretty bow. They don't want to hear terms such as austerity or that Ontario can't afford something. If it were up to the majority of Toronto voters, the streets of Ontario would be paved with gold and the people would drink nothing but Moet and Chandon when they got up in the morning all provided by the government.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dythbringer View Post
    The problem with Ontario is a party has to win Toronto to get a majority and the only way for the PCs to win Toronto is to present a "red" Tory. Toronto voters want everything handed to them wrapped in a nice pretty bow. They don't want to hear terms such as austerity or that Ontario can't afford something. If it were up to the majority of Toronto voters, the streets of Ontario would be paved with gold and the people would drink nothing but Moet and Chandon when they got up in the morning all provided by the government.
    that is a very good analogy...well said dyth

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    Quote Originally Posted by kokes View Post
    that is a very good analogy...well said dyth
    The current state of Ontario's political map depresses me to no end. There isn't a leader among any of the elected officals at Queen's Park that I would follow.

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