Monday, June 6, 2011

Crime and Punishment

God bless his pointed little head, Dalton is trying. Trying to make a Conservative leader look soft on crime, but trying nonetheless. It's an improvement over "jets and jails", to be sure, and I suppose if I reminded all the Liberals that Dalton is okey dokey with Harper's crime agenda, that wouldn't cause them to shed a tear for poor Michael Ignatieff, for whom they worked so hard just scant months ago. Nope, didn't think so.

Maybe I'd have a bit more luck if I reminded the Ontario Liberals that they are the ones who are responsible for this:

And just in case you think we've forgotten about Dalton's inaction on the burning issue of possibly illegal smoke shacks, well, just have a watch:

Then we've got Dalton's refusal to release the Ontario Victims' Justice Fund to victims of crime. Victims of crime....that would be pretty much every taxpayer in Ontario during the last eight years, wouldn't it? ;)

If you have read changebook, you will see that the PC Party will establish one law for all, crack down on illegal operations like meth labs and grow ops, ensure that victims of crime are fairly compensated, and basically not stand around with their thumbs up their butts (like Dalton has) while illegal activity flourishes in the province of Ontario.


  1. Lets not forget Harper has Fantino in his cabinet.

  2. It's true that Dalton should have given Fantino a lot more room to do what needed to be done.