London Free Press
It’s a lot of fun watching Premier Dad using his newfound spine. Nobody knows if he found it lying around the office at Queen’s Park, or finally just grew it all by himself.
It’s not as if the leader of the Dalton Gang was totally without a spine in the past. He just didn’t use it unless he could see his opponents were so weak that there was little to no chance they’d stand their ground.
In the past he flexed his spine against pit bulls, cigarettes when smoked in cars with young fry present and open shelving for tobacco. But none of these objects cast a vote and the humans most affected by the government moving against them were spread throughout so many ridings, they posed little threat to the Liberal brand come election time.
McGuinty used the same calculation, but missed the target badly, when he stood tall and strong against rural Ontarians who opposed the development of wind factories in their communities. Read article