3 Responses to The War of Attrition And The Demise of The Middle Class

  1. Chris Baker May 8, 2012 at 3:10 am

    For all you wise guys out there I am aware of the typos in this article. I accidently hit send instead of save on wordpress so I could correct it

  2. Daniel GF Durocher May 13, 2012 at 10:12 pm

    🙂 I like this article, spelling mistakes included.

    You bring up an interesting point. But the problem isn’t the McGuinty budget. Or who votes for or against it. The problem is that Tim Hudak and Andrea Horwath, isolated and beat on McGuinty like a pinata, during the entire campaign. Now when it comes time for the most important decisions to be made, McGuinty has given the NDP and PC’s a stern message;if you wanted party cooperation you should have campaigned on that platform, but you didn’t, you were dumb, you knew I would win, so what really did you expect from the taunting and ridicule? Cooperation!?

    McGuinty has his majority, though it may not be on paper. He has 11 years under his belt, and a well established policy. So we knew what we were getting. And so did the other parties.

    If I were Leone, I would duck!

    McGuinty could tear in to him like a pitbull, thus alienating our community.

    Wow, for real?! You don’t poke at a lion with a stick, you need a spear, and looking at both Hudak and Leone, all I see is a notebook and some sly remarks.

    I feel for Leone, but he has to do what is best for Cambridge, not his party, and certainly not to serve Mr.Hudak’s agenda. Sometimes it’s better to buddy up to your opposition, and grab some crumbs for the empty plates of your constituents.

  3. Daniel GF Durocher May 13, 2012 at 10:27 pm

    And maybe a little easier on Ms Atinuke Bankole.
    Her heart is in the right place, 🙂

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