July 15, 2015

"Kathleen Wynne makes Bob Rae look like a right winger"

Marissa SemkiwRebel Commentator
 

The CEO of Chrysler has come out and criticized Premier Kathleen Wynne, echoing a recent Chamber of Commerce report that skyrocketing energy prices are driving companies out of Ontario.

Toronto Sun columnist Lorrie Goldstein says that Wynne's economic policies and priorities are completely skewed given the current economic situation.

For example, Ontario is one of the only regions still pushing "cap and trade;" the other two are Quebec and California, which he describes as "economic basketcases."

The Liberal premier seems to be doubling down on typical "progressive" tactics like raising taxes and increasing spending, whether or not they actually work.

Goldstein says given Wynne's resume, it's the only approach she knows.



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commented 2015-07-17 19:39:20 -0400
You are right Randy, Obama is a hypocrite, saying no to us while fracking his head off.
commented 2015-07-17 16:11:37 -0400
How can a new payroll tax which excludes certain people(all public service employees including government employees, teachers, police, firefighters, hydro workers, and hospital workers) be fair. I’ll tell you why. Because all of these groups spend billions of dollars to keep their friends in power. I don’t blame them individually because they have to look after their families, however, please don’t ever complain because the price of gas, food, and everything else continues to rise. I know you just have to go and protest again to get your wages increased, but in the private sector we have a little more difficulty negotiating with our bosses, the consumer. This new ORPP should be charged to all employees across the board with no exceptions unlike the EHT which was handled in much the same way as it applies only to businesses with a payroll over $450,000 per year, which includes any SME with more than 15 employees.
commented 2015-07-17 13:09:15 -0400
Well Liza Rosie , you not really correct on the Obama administration. In fact they talk alot about reducing carbon, but have increased oil production, Fracking and finally coal fired energy plans in the US. Obama is the biggest hypocrite going in the West!
commented 2015-07-16 13:36:07 -0400
I’m nervous that ISIS is wringing their hands, rejoicing in the fact that we are falling right into place.
commented 2015-07-16 11:23:07 -0400
Right now the wynnes and the notely’s are busy dismantling. Just like Obama does, just like Trudeau and Mulcair would given the chance. Break it down, and once everything and everyone is fractured, they can start their idea of rebuilding, and it won’t be pretty.
commented 2015-07-16 08:25:40 -0400
Glenn says “What was ingrained in him (my brother) was self loathing…” from the message of Christ you got this? How then do you love your enemy as yourself? This teaching/interpretation is very twisted. The message of the rich man and Lazarus was that the rich man not only ignored the poor man at his gates, who he evidently saw every day, while even the dogs aided him by licking his sores, but the rich man also ignored God’s commands regarding oppression and to love God and to love his neighbour as himself, and had no concern or, indeed, interest in others. I suggest that if this taught you and your brothers self-loathing then either your teacher’s or your own logic was suffering. How did you come to see yourself as the rich man, when you were only a child? Were you already self-absorbed, rich and, as a child, were you indifferent to the suffering of others? Is one who is concerned for the needy “self-loathing”? In fact to be self-loathing is to be self absorbed. To care for the needy one needs to be absorbed in the needs of others rather than in one’s self? And might I ask what has this all got to do with economic mismanagement of the Wynne-McGuinty governments?

The fact is the Wynne-McGuinty government is the ‘rich man’ that should be full of self-loathing for they fiddle while Rome burns and destroy us all just to stay in power and we are becoming the ‘poor’ who sit at the gate. I say -McGuinty, because we did not dismiss him, he ran away and went into hiding…where they should both be…far away from access to power, and in my view, preferably behind bars.
commented 2015-07-16 00:32:36 -0400
Well Glenn, I am not certain why you are telling this. What I think you are saying is that the teaching of that Pentecostal church Sunday school was a contributing factor to your future failure in life. If this is not a correct understanding of what you posted, the I apologize.

What the church, any church, teaches can indeed affect the young person’s mind and there are churches who teach a misunderstanding of the Bible. I am not sure what else to say other than your miseducation of Biblical teaching was not as a result of a bad message but in improper delivery. All I can do is encourage you to read the message for yourself without the influence of anyone else teaching it then you are free to understand it as you see it.
commented 2015-07-15 23:11:02 -0400
In the paper we get. Waterloo Chronicle – Wednesday, July 15,2015
Relief from hydro rate increases becoming urgent for business
Ontario Chamber of Commerce releases report on impact high energy costs is having on province’s businesses
The full Ontario Chamber report can be found at www.occ.ca/portolio/empowering-ontario.
Ian McLean is president and CEO of the Greater K-W Chamber of Commerce.
commented 2015-07-15 19:45:05 -0400
Glenn there is something in what you are saying. We have all been made to feel guilty for any success. The likes of Wynne, AND Notely , use it against us, and if we have allowed ourselves to be that insecure, we say, thank-you Ma’am, for taking more from me for others, and cleansing my soul, karma, what ever works. Its pathetic.

A little more balance between individual conscience and social conscience. Our weakness is being used against us. A little more backbone, a little less jumping on a band wagon because the left says its the right thing to do. People are such sheeple.
When all the earners say uncle, and pull an Atlas Shrugged, where will their money come from?
commented 2015-07-15 18:35:31 -0400
Peter Netterville…What I am about to say may provoke a pile on….me and my two younger siblings were sent to Penticostal sunday school ….mostly to get us out of our mother’s hair…she did not attend church. Later my younger brother was compelled to attend “Crusaders”

What was ingrained in him was self loathing…..the parable of Lazarus dying on the doorstep of the rich man and the rich man going to Hell as a result…… instilled in him the concept that if you die with a dollar in your pocket Jesus will not want you for a sunbeam.

If I had been brought up to think like a Jew rather than a Protestant Restorationist….I might be a very wealthy man today.
commented 2015-07-15 17:49:34 -0400
The best thing that happened to Manitoba in a long,long time was getting rid of Glen Murray. When Winnipeg hit bottom and he could do no more damage Murray slithered off to ON. The guy takes idiotic to the next level. Murray and Wynne are two pees (not a spelling mistake) in a pod. Lorrie Gold is right on the mark.
commented 2015-07-15 17:39:21 -0400
KW and her unbelievably ignorant gang are insane. Can’t think of any other reason why they are acting as they do. Think I’ll move to Saskatchewan.
commented 2015-07-15 17:27:48 -0400
I heard the despondency in Marissa’s voice right at the end of the video, a realization that this economic downhill spiral engineered and enacted by the Wynne government will continue and there is really nothing any of us can do about it.

Albertans are now facing a similar despair.

Why is the left bound and determined to destroy our economy?