Kathleen Wynne’s 2013 election campaign ad strategy was best summed up as, “Me, me, me – but enough about me, let’s talk about me!” with one ad showing her up at the crack of dawn jogging in scenic footage despite the reality that she lives in a riding that’s more concrete jungle than rural panacea.
But, in the department of switching gears on the fly, this election finds the Premier so unpopular that she’s AWOL in her own ads.
Then, at last Sunday’s final debate, Kathleen came up with a Hail Mary rebranding making it all about herself again telling us she’s “Sorry, not sorry” for the fact that you might not like her.
As for what her government’s policies have done to make Ontarian’s lives miserable, she’s still so entitled to her entitlements, and out of touch, that she can’t even make an apology without a caveat so large that it actually negates the apology.
In the final analysis, sorry not sorry means NOT sorry, which makes sense because being a Liberal means never really truly being sorry for anything.