November 15, 2016

Wynne’s “Hail Mary pass” ahead of critical byelections unlikely to quell voter anger

Brian LilleyArchive

Just days before two critical byelections, Kathleen Wynne’s Liberals are showing their desperation.

Included in Finance Minister Charles Sousa’s fall economic update was an announcement that they would double the maximum tax refund for first-time home buyers.

Watch as I explain why this diversionary tactic is not likely to do much to quell voter anger over rising hydro prices and so many other cost increases they face.

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commented 2016-12-24 22:35:07 -0500
Get ready for your kids to move back in or move to the USA for a JOB
commented 2016-11-16 01:28:21 -0500
Right you are, Drew. It seems to be the human condition that we only learn from prolonged personal pain. Because we want to believe a lie. Because “the heart is deceitful above all things and desperately wicked, Who can understand it?” When we go insane we all go insane together. When we regain our sanity we do it one at a time.
commented 2016-11-15 23:48:15 -0500
I just decided tonight I’m going to get an oil lantern or else build a Telsa generator.
commented 2016-11-15 23:17:17 -0500
Peter maybe that is good, Ontario needs to pretty much implode before the takers will get it.
commented 2016-11-15 19:20:33 -0500
I really don’t hold out much hope for Ontario kicking the Lieberals to the curb because:

1) there are far too many public sector employees and Wynne has pandered to all of them for far too long. They will vote Lieberal.

2) the PC party really is not much of a Conservative party, just Lieberal lite, so why vote vote the lite when you can get the real thieves.

That’s just my depressing take on things.
commented 2016-11-15 18:50:41 -0500
Wynnie’s last ditch effort to buy the elections.
commented 2016-11-15 18:44:19 -0500
What’s the point of buying a house on Ontarislobovia if you can’t afford the electric bill to heat it