Is It Witchcraft?

Rex Murphy:

Weird things are happening in Ontario. The premier of the province, a woman generally agreed to be well educated, confident, thoroughly in tune with the times, is virtually keelhauled in recent polling where she resides at an appalling 11 per cent. She is only slightly more popular than traffic tickets and overcooked broccoli (and even those are within the margin of error).

What gives, is the question whispered on every street corner and in every coffee shop. How can Kathleen Wynne have fallen so far when her competition is that other fella, whassiname, that the Progressive Conservatives recently front loaded into their leadership. His charisma floats in the same shallows and he has the inspirational force of kelp. Yet he is miles ahead of the impeccably progressive Wynne. It is not natural. The order of things is awry.


Frank Sinatra:


  • dance…dancetotheradio

    I don’t know Rex, maybe it’s because I am burning my furniture because I can’t pay my electricity bill.

  • Tooth&Claw

    They burned witches. This one surely deserves hanging from a light standard for the damage she’s done to the industry and people of Ontario, all while padding her own pocket.

    • Alain

      In my years I have met and known a few witches, and trust me she gives them a bad name. Actually the few I have known were not ugly, certainly not perverts, and pretty down-to-earth. I am not talking about some of the younger generations of self-professed “witches” or “ricans” who seem to be a nutty as a squirrel’s larder.

  • mauser 98

    Ontario voters will dig deep , breath deep and stay home
    .. public unions put Wynne back in

  • kkruger71

    The only problem if Wynne loses is people might think we actually wanted Brown.

  • doowleb

    All three parties for bigger government, bigger debt, bigger taxes.
    Not a Conservative to be found at Queens Park. All leftists are ecstatic. All government workers, thrilled. Economic outlook for our kids and grandkids ….DISASTER.