Why Tim Hudak Is Done
For a little while, I was thinking that the Ontario provincial election would go the way of the federal election:
- A big defeat for the Liberals
- A big upswing in volume of votes for the NDP
- Conservatives filling the void left by the ‘left’ fighting against each other
I was very worried that the Conservatives in Ontario would scoop up enough seats to form a minority, possibly enough for a majority because of the fracture in voting.
In recent days, Tim Hudak has been extremely vocal about the Liberal plan to hire ‘foreigners’ in lieu of us from Ontario with a generous hiring grant. He’s since pulled back from his pitbull-like attack, but the message is still strong: anything that’s even remotely creative in terms of generating jobs is not welcome in the PC camps.
Now … I just got a mass marketing call from Maureen C. from MLHL Consulting. The catch?
They’re located in New Brunswick. Maureen was calling me from New Brunswick with yet another unsolicited call.
Not only should this merit investigation by Elections Canada because this is the EIGHTH mass marketing call that I’ve received from the Conservatives, but also because these calls are from people with very specific personal information soliciting specific politic views (and recording them).
But the real kicker is that Tim Hudak’s Progressive Conservatives are hiring people from outside the province when people in this province desparately need jobs.
Tim Hudak’s is all for job creation, but not in Ontario.
Finally, I have one last beef about Hudak’s lies: the people of Ontario should know that they can’t be paid for. We’ve seen Rob Ford get caught month after month as budget talks in Toronto continue, where he’s unable to defend the BS he spread in order to get into office.
Nothing short of an impeachment or recall of Rob Ford is warranted for the people of Toronto after his mishandling of the budget situation. And God help us if we have to struggle with the same BS on a province-wide scale because we were too stupid to see past the ‘buck a beer’ promise.