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PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2013 11:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

In a more broad sense;

What were the OLP thinking by electing Wynne?
The "Building on Dalton McGunity's Legacy" Premier?

Building on the legacy yet going left doing so?

You have basically just told every single 905 voter that voted Harper in 2011 and McGunity in 2011 to "F Off"
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2013 12:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

cosmostein wrote:
In a more broad sense;

What were the OLP thinking by electing Wynne?
The "Building on Dalton McGunity's Legacy" Premier?

Building on the legacy yet going left doing so?

You have basically just told every single 905 voter that voted Harper in 2011 and McGunity in 2011 to "F Off"


I know some in Toronto have this idea they should get what ever they want but the fact is the leader can't be pro any city they have to be there for Ontario not one city.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2013 2:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

reidjr wrote:
cosmostein wrote:
In a more broad sense;

What were the OLP thinking by electing Wynne?
The "Building on Dalton McGunity's Legacy" Premier?

Building on the legacy yet going left doing so?

You have basically just told every single 905 voter that voted Harper in 2011 and McGunity in 2011 to "F Off"


I know some in Toronto have this idea they should get what ever they want but the fact is the leader can't be pro any city they have to be there for Ontario not one city.


Toronto proper can't even get the mayor they want elected without the burbs having their say; they don't have the seats to pick the Premier unless some other large regions agrees.

This is what those of the floor Saturday simply do not understand.

The PC's can throw TO under the bus because they don't have a single seat there anyway and don't really need one if they can carry the 905's, the NDP cannot.

Wynne is Pro-Toronto, Pro-Taxes, Pro-McGunity

It really does write itself.
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