You Said It: Liberals bad, NDP worse
NDP WOULD BE BAD
I can understand how the NDP are increasing in the polls over the Liberals, but I hope it isnât on account of Andrea Horwathâs massive spending promises, with not a hint of how this might be accepted by our provincial economy.
We already know that the Liberalsâ form of borrow and spend does not work, so going from this to a similar NDP form of government is a step toward insolvency.
The Progressive Conservative party is always called to do the strict discipline needed to balance the books, and once that dirty job is finished, people listen to fairytale politicians and go off into dreamland of destruction again.
Humans are supposed to learn from their mistakes, but in the political world this obviously does not apply.
NDP WORSE THAN THE LIBERALS
The only thing po ssibly worse than having four more years of the spend-happy Liberals, would be getting even more of costly socialism under Andrea Horwath.
Every province that has experimented with the NDP has quickly found itself buried under a mountain of debt â" Alberta being the latest. Ontario is in dire straits financially, with our children and grandchildren likely now on the hook for Kathleen Wynneâs spending addiction.
It is time to rein in spending, not add more.
(Letâs see some genuine proposals on how to cut government spending.)
TARGET DRUG DEALERS
Ottawa police Chief Charles Bordeleau was quoted in the Sun, in relation to Ottawa shootings, that âthere is not one overnight solution.â
There has been many years to find a solution. Its like, not studying for your exams all year long, and then the night before the exams, complaining that there is no overnight solution to learning all t he exam material.
Ottawa cops should be focusing on ridding the city of high-level parasite crack and opiate drug dealers, and the guns will follow. Only focusing on getting rid of guns ignores Ottawa damaging drug infestation.
The unit should be âDrugs, Gangs and Gunsâ for any hope of success.
(Well said â" alas, probably easier said than done.)
While I believe the alert system is a good idea, I donât believe it is necessary to send out an alert across the province for a missing child in âGorham Townshipâ. Oh, I found out much later that it was Thunder Bay. What action should I have taken?
I suppose I could have challenged the ticket I may have received for viewing the text while driving â" or is the entire province expected to pull over and read the message? Oh and that other âalertâ that the child had been found â" unnecessary.
That tapping sound you hear is people disabling the âcell broadcastâ feature on their phones.
(It might make sense â" you never know where the people in an amber alert might be travelling.)