You can’t make this stuff up………………..this is exactly what Kathleen Wynne said today in her lead-up to her wank-fest gathering of Liberals this weekend!
Nobody that even doesn’t read a newspaper or watches TV would believe this crap…………except the “bobble-headed” Liberal gang of thieves that have to eventually own up to the fact they are the ones responsible for the failure of this Province…………not anyone else!
Of course it’s hard to admit failure when your a psychopath but then there is a whole building full of them at Queen’s Park and it ain’t a pretty sight!
The Globe and Mail Thursday, Mar. 20 2014
Calling Ontario’s opposition parties “risky, radical” and “reckless” people who would destroy the provincial economy, Premier Kathleen Wynne rallied the Liberal faithful in her largest fundraising push before an election that could come as soon as this spring.
In a firebrand address at the annual Heritage Dinner on Thursday evening, Ms. Wynne cast herself as a cool-headed centrist battling extremists on both sides.
“If there’s an election held this year, no one will need to ask what it’s about,” she told the $1,500-a-plate gala in a downtown Toronto convention centre. “It will be a choice between my safe hands and their reckless schemes.”
The tone was a sharp contrast with her speech at the same event last year, in which she told her party to be “gracious” and “positive” and to work with other parties. This time, after a series of bruising battles with the opposition, Ms. Wynne sounded ready for a fight.
She derided Tim Hudak’s Progressive Conservatives for wanting to “declare war on labour” and “roll back the clock” to the Common Sense Revolution of the 1990s.
“[They would] return us to a time when government believed its top priority was to pick fights and create upheaval. We don’t need that kind of risky, radical approach,” she said.
Ms. Wynne then turned her guns on Andrea Horwath’s New Democrats, criticizing them as anti-big-business types who have released very little substantial policy.
They “openly refuse to articulate their plan for governing,” Ms. Wynne said. “Can we really afford that sort of risky indecision and lack of practical, coherent thinking? I think not.”