Patrick Brown should go for broke

Lies about stuff.

“…Indeed, there are 1.3 million public sector workers in Ontario – almost 20% of the workforce – and they and their families form a powerful voting bloc that can help deep six the Tories if they perceive them as anti-labour.

That’s all you need to know about Ontario’s kleptocracy.

On the off-chance he is elected Premier it will only be because Brown cut a backroom deal to allow our predatory public service unions and all the other rent seekers to rape and pillage at will as the Liberals have done. Brown is Wynne with a worse hair cut.


  • reidjr

    I could see Brown fully supporting Sharia Law.

    • If it meant a vote, absolutely.

    • Waffle

      “Yon Cassius Has a Lean and Hungry Look. He Thinks Too Much. Such Men are Dangerous.”

  • canminuteman

    I work in the public sector. I do so because the industry I work in is publicly owned in this province. I know what people who work in the private sector who do the same thing as I do make and they actually get more than me. I’m not complaining I am just stating that the We are not beholden to the public sector unions. I have never voted liberal or NDP in my life, and I know from talking to my work mates that those who did severely regret it now.

    That being said I would have a really hard time voting for Brown. I will either not vote at all of vote for some fringe candidate. The choice we have in Ontario now is like the choice we had federally before the Reform Party.

    • I realize that that union members are not a monolithic voter bloc, yet they are still a formidable foe.

      • canminuteman

        You are not wrong in that.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I make electricity.

      • canminuteman

        I repair broken machines used to make electricity.

  • mauser 98

    Flip will take the path of least resistance

  • BillyHW

    Can someone please turn this shapeshifting weasel into a fur coat?

  • SDMatt

    Go for broke? I thought they were talking about Brown taking that one last step to becoming indistinguishable from Wynne by becoming a lesbian.

    • He could campaign for reduced waiting times on the tranny surgery list!

    • jayme

      That was what struck me as well. First of all, I don’t think that he has strong or passionate opinions to or about anything – other than gaining power. He’s no ideologue with fire in his eyes (to say the least). But as much as he does have political positions, they appear to almost mirror Wynne and progressives’ views. Conservative, he ain’t, whatever else he is.

  • simus1

    Patrick Brown is barely adequate or tolerable as a placeholder for Sharia John (the big idea man with all the bad ideas). The mere thought of Brown being the one chosen by desperate voters grasping at straws to rescue and rebuild Ontario after the Liberals have finished picking its bones and moved on is excruciatingly depressing.

  • ghost of benghazi

    Let’s stop whistling past the Grave yard. Ontario can not save itself. It will collapse. It has more debt than California, with a third the population. Trumps business policies will gut it’s industry and Mexico will take the rest.

    If someone can show me where Ontario has something going for it that could save it please show me. “Just one ping Vasilis. One ping only.”

  • JoKeR
    • Observer

      Oooooohhh. He looks so macho.

      In that second photo he looks like he is so pissed off he could just bitch-slap someone!