Great Leader Kim Dong Wynne’s numbers don’t add up

If the best indicator of future performance is past practice then Premier Kathleen Wynne’s promise to balance the Ontario budget by 2017-2018 rings hollow.

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  • mauser 98

    Wynne has no intention to balance budget. bribe teachers & unions
    then blame Mike Harris.
    we get what we deserve.

    • Yup it’s all a lie, she will grease union palms just to enjoy the perks.

  • Waffle

    Just got up and the first thing I read today was the SUN editorial and the comments. Too depressing!! Everybody is playing the blame game, some of which have a slight ring of truth — like nobody voting and the GTA giving Wynne her majority. One commenter tells us to save our energy for the next election in 3.5 years — as if anything or anybody will be left.

    I find it amazing and totally hypocritical that we have flushed due process down the drain and allowed the specious jurors of the court of public opinion to take over, casting aspersions, deserved or not (who knows?) on any male who happens to strike their fancy. Why is all this anger not be directed at the thieves who are picking our pockets and who have made jokes of our health and education systems?

    I say, revolution NOW!!! Depose the Polyester Princess from the Pink Palace. At the very least, she is guilty of fashion crimes.

    • jayme

      I know some people in the Gta that not only claim Toronto is in great shape but so is Ontario.

      • Waffle

        “Believe none of what you hear, and only half of what you see.”

        ― Benjamin Franklin

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    She’s a witch, and look what she’s sowing….

  • Mike

    Serco scandals USA and Britain,could it happen here?
    Probably.
    An 11-page Ministry of Transportation report released this week found
    that three test routes used by Serco, the private multi-national company
    contracted by the province in 2013 to operate all DriveTest locations
    until 2023, did not comply with ministry requirements that learners be
    tested on roads with a minimum speed limit of 80 km/h.

    • simus1

      Preliminary drive testing should be done on simulators but there are numerous groups that would find their ox being gored if that ever happened. It seems somewhat obvious that proper driver training should consist of first becoming skilled at vehicle operation and developing an instinct for the size of a vehicle’s overall footprint in a simulator environment. That being successfully completed, learning to drive in simulated or real traffic becomes an opportunity to become a real driver rather than scared and confused prey plodding along from one near miss to the next.

      Here is a perfect example of an incompetent driver who has no basic understanding of the operator inputs required to achieve the desired results.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYcsW48HHXM

  • There needs to be a balanced budget requirement for ALL politicians.

    Politician love to spend other peoples money and deficit spending is the ultimate other peoples money.