The Ontario election has featured a deeply divided, ideologically intrenched split. Two polarized points of view on how our province should run which will determine who runs it. To be clear, I’m only talking about the NDP here. (more…)
In my last post I criticized Tim Hudak’s campaign over some early gaffes, and called them amateurs. I would like to take this opportunity to apologize for that to amateurs everywhere. Since we’ve seen how they do on a subway, I hope Hudak has an event at one of Ontario’s craft beer producers next. I suspect his team couldn’t organize a piss up in a brewery, and I’d like to see if I’m right.
The provincial election in Ontario is only a week old. Polls suggest a tight race lies ahead, and of course campaigns matter. All that said, on June 13th Kathleen Wynne will still be Premier of Ontario and if she had a slim majority to go with it I would not be surprised.
That may sound like a deliberately bold pick, or even partisan shilling. Before you dismiss it as either ask yourself one question. Have you seen anything from either the NDP or the PCs yet, that would suggest I’m wrong? (more…)