Friday, August 24, 2007

We've seen enough of McGuinty's Liberals

We've seen premier Dalton McGuinty's Liberals caught in a $32 million slush-fund scandal.
We've seen puerile Grits waste a half-million tax dollars telling us to "FLICK OFF".
We've seen ombudsman Andre Marin rip the Liberals over the lottery scandal.
We've seen Ontario's environment commissioner report that our enviro-poseur Liberals have drastically neglected and mismanaged environmental protection.
We've seen the great flying McGuinty hiding the records of his government plane flights.
We've seen Liberals attack Opposition leader John Tory with a petition so disrespectful that Speaker Mike Brown said it was not "acceptable for presentation in the House."
We've seen Ontario's auditor, Jim McCarter, say wait-time data by the Liberal government should be taken "with a grain of salt."
We've seen the Advertising Standards Council rule the Liberal ad campaign claiming progress on wait-times was "inaccurate."
we've seen ombudsman Marin rip the Liberal healthcare system for the careless way in which it treated - or specifically, in how it did not treat - Suzanne Aucoin, calling the Ministry of Health's "cloak and dagger" approach "a real cruel game."
We've seen enough.
R. Bobak, St. Catharines Standard, Jun.1, 2007

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