Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Politics

Dalton McGuinty makes promises. Some people break promises. Everyone makes promises, and everyone has at some time broken a promise. So don't get mad at someone for breaking promises. Especially if you go on TV about it, because it only makes you a hypocrite, John Tory.

Jon breaks promises. Like updating this blog. Interview with Hot Springs tentatively scheduled to be posted on Saturday.

6 comments:

Joel said...

McGuinty and the Liberals break promises because they know they can get away with it. They're the kind of party that has such an established base of "Liberal 4 Life" voters who they know will put up with all their shit simply because they would never vote Conservative. That's why McGuinty can say "no tax hikes" when he knows for a fact they're going to raise taxes.

gus the elephant said...

I refuse to say "amen" because I'm against religious school funding, but I do love running into the L4L crew every so often. Hint: they're the baby boomers.

Joel said...
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Joel said...

Of course you're against religious school funding, that's because you hate freedom. If you don't allow the government to segregate our children based on our religious beliefs, then the terrorists have already won.

johnnehm said...

I am for religious funding because catholic schools are protected under the BNA act of 1867 so due to the changing demographic of Ontario the privilege should be extended to those of other faiths.

AND IF YOU'RE AGAINST THAT YOU ARE A DIRTY COMMIE!

gus the elephant said...

BNA? Who cares. BNL once said, "I'm the kind of guy who laughs at a funeral, can't understand what I mean? You soon will!"

You'd laugh at funerals too if you were a God-damned atheist!