Specifically, attacking unions, 'union bosses' who get 'fat raises' and 'lavish benefits' all paid for by us poor tax-payers who get nothing -- like education, health, safety etc -- in return. McGuinty is 'beholden' to those unions.
Then there this totally lame and really annoying effort from Hudak's astroturf group, fronted by a Dominionist nutbar.
This is what he says about his communications *cough* company:
Brazen Communication is all about offering clients a bold way to express their complex ideas, services and mission
If that vid is any indication of quality, I think Tristan should stick to god-bothering.
Speaking of complex ideas, Lloyd Brown-John writes in the Windsor Star about 'catchphrase politics'.
Election campaigns often demand of electorates a level of credulity that tends to border on wishful thinking.
For example, a promise by Ontario's Conservative Leader Tim Hudak to reduce regulation by 30 per cent.
. . .
Reducing regulation by 30 per cent raises a multitude of questions, one of which is simply, how did Hudak and his policy team arrive at 30 per cent? Precisely, 30 per cent of what?
Indeed. Good questions.
30% of water safety regulations?
30% of abortion regulations?
30% of food inspection regulations?
30% of building regulations?
30% of mining regulations?
Sure, a lot of people would suffer from poisoned food and water, unsafe healthcare, collapsing buildings, and dangerous workplaces, but at least around 30% of them would be evil fat-cat union members.
Hmm. 30 per cent again. Maybe Hudak just wants to eliminate 30 per cent of Ontarians.
Bonus! Today's Con