John Tory… pretty much what we expected

“…Sadly, my worst fears about Tory appear to be coming true (certainly on the TCHC file): He is a weak leader who can’t bring himself to confront controversial issues even when the facts are staring him in the face.”

  • Icebow

    Tory. Good name for a leader, in any event.

    • That’s about all however.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        I miss that old joke that came into being after the 1993 election.
        The PCs had been decimated and were reduced to a dinner reservation.
        Tory, party of two?

        • just a thought


      • just a thought

        Yes: similar to what I posted elsewhere – today “conservatives” everywhere don’t oppose what’s productive, and they’ll even support it, as long as it entails minimal effort and no actual risk on their part. Of course, that’s the “best” of them, of whom there are mighty few. You might even say “endangered species” except with no next generation in sight, even that’s probably overly optimistic.

        You know, I have to take a break from posting. This is all too discouraging without some breaks here and there.

  • LauraS

    Words cannot describe how much I love that this photo accompanies every article you post about Mayor Tory. Very apt. 🙂

    • Justin St.Denis

      Yes! BCF should receive some sort of Communications Award for the pic and headline! PERFECT SUMMATION of John Tory.

    • Clausewitz
  • moraywatson

    Mayor Blancmange. Watch out for the long spoons!

  • Justin St.Denis

    John Tory’s backbone is as strong as his friend Michael Coren’s Catholic faith.

    • Waffle

      He’s got a backbone???? I thought he was an invertebrate.

  • JoKeR

    Shouldn’t you have used the same image you used last year in the election? It sure is fitting.