Doing the Dalton or How Not to Steal from Your Opponent’s Playbook

As Ontario heads for another election the principle critique of McGuinty’s government is that he promised quite a bit and did not deliver as much as he said he would. The main areas of concern in this regard are probably the health tax (if you lean right) and/or the coal plants remaining open (if you lean left).

Well, I guess it’s time for the opposition to roll out a more modest, achievable platform. Uhhh, not quite, at least if you listen to what John Tory is saying.

I’m starting to think that by the time October rolls around the bullshit will be piled quite high in this province.

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