Ontario is officially in the toilet…..”job is done here”, McGuinty to pull the plug?

Posted: September 12, 2012 in Uncategorized

Now that “Dalton and Gang” have pissed off the unions that have guaranteed his 9 year reign of terror in this Province and the fact that Ontario is basically a basket case at least for the next few decades, is McGuinty’s job done?

McGuinty’s Green legacy will ruin Industry, Landscapes, Towns, Homes, Citizens Health and the overall finances of Ontario for many decades to come. This is a fact. This isn’t some conspiracy theory by a whacked out group of malcontent’s but a conclusion built on thousands of documents and scientific studies world-wide that are being ignored by all Governments and ENGO’s that are making potfuls of taxpayers and consumers dollars off the huge “GREEN SCAM” put in place by this foul group of Greed Mongers!

So where to go now Dalton?

What about a nice office suite inside your MaRs Centre where Green Scammers have congregated to keep the scam evolving and growing like a cancer on the Ontario taxpayers back!

OR. Could there be a nice cushy job inside the United Nations enclaves of “Sustainable Development” that Dalton has assisted in being implemented Province wide at all levels of government?

Wherever this guy goes, we are sure that he will avoid being called up on the carpet of the Public Forum to answer for his royal screwing of every tax payer in this once fine land!


After angering teachers next move for McGuinty may be out the door 


Dalton McGuinty
TORONTO – That was one big, fat fumble.

Premier Dalton McGuinty, once the golden boy of the province’s teachers, has now become a pariah in the education sector.

The passage of his controversial “Putting Students First” bill imposes a wage freeze and takes away teachers’ right to strike for two years.

The public galleries were packed with union members Tuesday. After the bill passed with the support of the PC Party, the galleries erupted with furious shouts of “shame.”

This is a shocking turn of events for the premier who has counted on the support of the powerful public sector unions to get him elected for the past three elections.

You can’t help thinking this was all about McGuinty’s growing impatience to move on.

Who wouldn’t want to call it a day after nine years at the helm — especially when you’re suddenly in a minority situation with unpopular cuts ahead?

This is, possibly, the biggest strategic mistake the usually sure-footed McGuinty and his Liberals have made politically in the last 10 years. The golden touch seems to have escaped them.

In a high risk strategy, McGuinty turned on his erstwhile union buddies in a nasty way. After months of sneering at PC leader Tim Hudak’s proposal to freeze all public sector pay as “unconstitutional,” McGuinty suddenly adopted the Conservative plan and pushed ahead with the legislation.

He even made the “no strike” provision retroactive — although no union was in a legal strike position.

Teachers are now planning to wear black and withhold help with extra-curricular activities in protest.

McGuinty was hoping his tough stance would play well with voters in Kitchener-Waterloo, a riding vacated because he gave former Tory cabinet minister Elizabeth Witmer a plum appointment at the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board.

The only flaw was that voters recognized a cynical ploy for majority government and kicked the government in the backside.

“What it is is a Liberal attempt to gain majority power,” NDP leader Andrea Horwath told reporters. “They failed in that attempt, but they had no choice but to go forward in this wrong-headed direction.”

Where does McGuinty go from here?



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