For someone as high up the political ladder as Kathleen Wynne one would think she would know what a “suicide mission” she is on when trying to attack an opposition member who is only trying to find out what every single Ontario tax payer is asking: “who the hell ordered the deletion of gas plant e mails?”
Wynne might as well just come right out in public and tell every single Ontarian “to shut the hell up and let me continue blowing your hard earned tax dollars to keep my people and myself inside Queen’s Park so I can flush more of your dollars down the Liberal toilet?!
Can this clown show get any worse?………………give it another day or two and sit back while Ontario slowly but surely Moves Forward………….toward the cliff of bankruptcy!
The Globe and Mail ADRIAN MORROW Apr. 15 2014
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne attends question period at Queen’s Park in Toronto on Tuesday, April 1, 2014. (Chris Young/The Canadian Press)
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is demanding $2-million in damages from her Progressive Conservative opponents after they accused her of taking part in the destruction of documents in her predecessor’s office, called her “corrupt” and compared her to Richard Nixon on Twitter.
The unusual lawsuit comes just ahead of a crucial budget – which the Liberals announced Tuesday they will table May 1 – and a possible spring election.
Ms. Wynne’s statement of claim alleges PC Leader Tim Hudak, MPP Lisa MacLeod and the party’s fundraising arm all libelled the Premier. None of the allegations have been tested in court.
“The defendants acted out of malice … with the deliberate intention of discrediting [Ms. Wynne’s] reputation and subjecting her to public scandal, ridicule and contempt,” it reads.
An Ontario Provincial Police document, unsealed last month, accuses former premier Dalton McGuinty’s chief of staff of getting an IT expert to wipe clean the hard drives of computers shortly before Ms. Wynne took power last year, potentially erasing documents connected to the costly cancellations of two gas-fired power plants.