How “absolutely righteous” is this present Ontario Government?
If this whole political situation in Toronto and across Ontario wasn’t so serious, the stance that political leaders are taking regarding Rob Ford’s “meltdown” would be hilarious, but it is anything BUT!
Every single Ontario citizen is being literally bled dry by this Provincial Government and actually a good number are being physically harmed and in addition to that, being forced from their homes by the scandalous behaviour of McGuinty/Wynne’s Energy Fraud called the Green Energy Act amongst the ever burgeoning files of gas plant scandals, OLG, E Health ORNGE and other massive lootings which is part and parcel of the Government’s close to criminal actions.
YET, Kathleen Wynne is “concerned that Toronto’s Council can’t handle the job of running the business of toronto”!
This is RIPE considering the absolute mess this Provincial Government is in at Queen’s Park!
Clean up your own backyard before scooping poop from your neighbours!
BY CHRISTINA BLIZZARD ,QMI AGENCY NOVEMBER 05, 2013
Siri Agrell, a member of Premier Kathleen Wynne’s staff, tweeted this photo of Mayor Rob Ford and Wynne shaking hands back in July.
TORONTO – It was like watching a wounded animal going off somewhere to die.
And it was almost unbearable.
It was sad. It was sickening.
The worst thing about Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s very bad day is that all his wounds are self-inflicted.
And, frankly, it was revolting watching all those provincial politicians shaking their heads and worrying about the state of government in Toronto.
At least Ford has finally come clean about his use of crack cocaine.
What about the provincial government’s addiction to lying? When are we going to get to pass judgment on them?
Here we had Premier Kathleen Wynne wringing her hands and telling us she was “concerned” about the city not being able to function.
She was a cabinet minister when senior officials in Premier Dalton McGuinty’s office deleted e-mails as they left that office, thus erasing most of the electronic trail of a $1.1-billion gas plant scandal.
“As a Torontonian, as all Torontonians, I am concerned,” Wynne told reporters. “I’m watching this with concern. I have faith in the chief of police and in the police service and I have faith in the judicial system.”
Well, hello. I’m concerned with the way this government has squandered our children’s future. But, Ford’s personal tragedy creates a diversion from that.
Ford’s brother, Etobicoke Councillor Doug Ford, called on the OPP to take over the police investigation after Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair announced last week they’d retrieved the video purporting to show the mayor smoking from a crack pipe.
The way the OPP is racking up political probes right now, I’m not sure they have any time for this one.
They’re still looking into the Ornge air ambulance scandal, where hundreds of millions of dollars were siphoned from public coffers in an attempt to privatize that service.
Provincial police are still probing whether there was any criminal wrongdoing with the deleted e-mails.