We need recall legislation…

Not that it would work in the Kleptocracy of Ontario.

Hydro rate cut will cost Ontario at least $45 billion

TORONTO – Premier Kathleen Wynne’s plan to cut hydro bills by 25% comes with an electrifying price tag for the government – anywhere between $63 billion to $93 billion if financed with borrowed money, a review by the province’s Financial Accountability Office concludes.

In the best-case scenario, which requires the Ontario government to balance its budget every year for the next three decades, the plan costs $45 billion.

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  • k1962

    Scary stuff what’s happening, but I did have a good chuckle at the picture and what you wrote on it.

  • Reader

    Fool us once, shame on you.

    Fool us twice, shame on us.

    Fool Ontario voters three times, and it’s time to give up hope and move!

    • Liberal Progressive

      But I am sure the media will agree it’s worth the cost if it prevents the Conservatives from winning next years election!

  • Clink9

    Who’s that fella?

  • ontario john

    We can use that multi billion dollar high speed train she wants built, to get out of the province fast.

  • ontario john

    And in further good news for Ontario, Proctor and Gamble has announced today that it is closing its plant in Brockville, and moving to the States. 500 people will be laid off. A green energy success story. Close a factory and you cut down on pollution.

    • robins111

      Yup that high speed, efficent rail system will be a real blessing for covering the vast distances in North Ontario. Can’t wait till its built.

  • irishrus

    Going by the picture her teeth don’t even no which way to go either.
    And those lips …. boggles the mind where they’ve been and attached to the same brain that runs the whole freakin Province?

  • David Murrell

    I checked the respective web sites of CBC News and the Globe and Mail, and both corrupt news agencies have spiked this report by the Financial Accounting Office. The Liberal payoffs have been made.

  • Uncommunist

    The lunacy of regressivism, unfortunately, unlike illegal migrants, we have no other place to flee.

  • robins111

    We don’t need recall as much as we need a party with tar, feathers and some fence rails.

    • Canadian Born

      What about, hung from the highest tree?

      • robins111

        That’d be option 2 in my opinion

  • PaulW

    Slightly OT: I just switched auto insurance today and the broker told me that the rates in this province are the highest in North America, not just Canada. Oh, and part of the reason is a particularly high incidence of insurance fraud in the fair city of Toronto. Highest power rates, highest insurance rates, staggering debt, social decay, continually rising crime stats … however one looks at it, Ontario is the Sick Man of North America.

  • Waffle

    The bright spot on the distant horizon: IF Canada/Ontario somehow survives the multiple assaults on its sovereignty, its economy, its culture it will be a very frosty Friday in Hell before another Liberal ever takes his/her seat in the HOC or a provincial legislature. IF we survive, reopening the Constitution will cease to be disparaged as “the third rail”. It will be a welcome task which will include toothsome provisions to mitigate against such atrocities ever recurring. That day, alas is far in the future and I doubt that I will be around to see it as I have more days behind me than I have in front of me.

  • Alain

    I would change that headline to “Ditch the Dyke”.

  • People voted for this.

    Let them have it.

  • DMB

    Ontario under the former Mike Harris government had brought in balanced budget legislation and passed it making it illegal for provincial governments in Ontario to run deficits. When McGuinty came in to power he got rid of that allowing him and eventually Wynne to run massive deficits and debts. Recall legislation would be no different. Bring it in and the corrupt Liberals would just scrap it to suit their purposes. What is needed is to pressure financial institutions to prevent governments like Ontario, Canada to accumulate so much debt in the first place even if it means penalizing them from continually to allow them to profit from the interest on servicing the debt by introducing some form of debt ceiling legislation upon the financial institutions to force them to act upon the government increasing the debt by demanding repayment. Clearly financial institutions have profited greatly by this which is why they are tolerating this but at some point there has to be a limit.

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  • Little Bitch

    I am offended you would compare me to that psychopath.
    http://www.cutestpaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Miss-You-My-Love.jpg

  • simus1

    GLLKDW and her clique are banking on future hyperinflation taking care of paying off the small amounts of excess spending that have occurred on her watch and that of our pioneering kleptocrat Dullard McNulty.

  • dukestreet

    Why people kept voting for her I’ll never understand. She has been the worst Premier in a long time. Considering some of the others, that”s really saying bad things about her. She has made us into a 3rd world province. It’s difficult to imagine that we went from being a have province to a have not under Dalton’s and her so called, leadership. She’s not only a Klepto but a big time destructor of people,land & government. The only thing left to do is figure out where to move to. It may have to be out of the country.