Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Dalton in Danger?

I've said it before and I'll say it again: If all of us, including the fancy pants journalists and the Principled Conservatives out there, try really really hard to get over themselves and focus on the important thing, which is exposing the enormous fraud that characterizes the government of Dalton McGuinty, we can make some actual progress.

Here is Tim Hudak proposing ideas to fix the energy sector and getting a pretty good response. The fact that Ontario Power Generation appears to be dropping the ball in a big way out in Pickering makes this particularly well timed.

Here is Tim Hudak calling Dalton out on his attempt to sneakily reintroduce the gun registry.

Here is a revelation that those kids out in Brampton a few days ago were right, and that Dalton's healthy menus is very unhealthy for school cafeterias' bottom line.

Here's another solar plant out in Windsor closing, further underscoring the illusory nature of Dalton's "green jobs."

Here's Dalton being forced to choose between bigtime donor Gerry Schwartz, who wants a casino, and Toronto NIMBYists, who don't.

Here's more warnings of economic trouble ahead, which means danger for Dalton and Liberals cross-country.

Can we keep this momentum going? I hope so.

1 comment:

  1. Dalton has had a long run as premier. His supporters will declare his tenure a success no matter what happens to Ontario.

    Ontario is in a lot of trouble. There is no way out of the deficits. No amount of cutting and taxing will see a balanced budget for the forseeable future. The current forecast by the McGuinty gov't to balance the books in 5 or 6 years or so is pure fantasy at best or an outright fabrication (deliberately misleading which is illegal in the real world) at worst.

    There will be a new gov't eventually and they will have to pick up the pieces. We have went from a modest deficit that was outrageous to McGuinty at the time to a permanent culture of massive debt.