Saturday, February 12, 2005

"When a government focuses on pitbulls and snack food in school cafeterias, it's hard, really, to convert that into a vision for the future . . "

Unfortunately, people have short term memory loss in Ontario and a propensity, in part due to decreased incentive to work and invest, to vote the same clowns in when the time comes to cast the ballot. What did you expect from democracy, a system predicated on voting by those not deemed fit to govern themselves. The apparent majority that is the so-called pillar upon which the popular government rests, is deemed insignificant and unfit as soon as our fate has been cast via the ballot box. Four years, sucker.

What's there to like about Premier Dalton McGuinty? The first thing that came to mind for 20% of Ontarians polled in a recent survey was "nothing," while 43.8% said they were "unsure."

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"When a government focuses on pitbulls and snack food in school cafeterias, it's hard, really, to convert that into a vision for the future for the province," Nanos said.



PREMIER PROBLEMS

The top five things we like about Dalton McGuinty...

Unsure 43.8%

Nothing 22.6%

Honest 5.4%

Works hard 4.2%

Doing right thing 4.0%

...AND THE TOP FIVE THINGS WE DISLIKE...

Lied 41.0%

Unsure 32.8%

Weak 5.2%

Doing bad job 3.8%

All talk 2.6%

Hat tip: Publius at Gods of the Copybook Headings.

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