I remember when I was younger we had politicians that cared for the people and the country. That was a long time ago. But things have changed. What do we have now? We have political parties that could not care less (or so it seems) for the country or the provinces they rule, or the people they govern.
The two that we have now federal and provincial Liberals, seem to be more interested in finding ways to tax people and to get more people voting for them than anything else by pandering and giving away things, than they are interested in governing properly. I say that those parties are socialists and nothing else. It clearly seems that democracy is way down at the bottom of their list of ideas and ideals. This goes for the NDP as well, who are self-avowed socialists.
To my concern recently, we only had one party that was for the people and country it was the Progressive Conservative party (now just called the Conservative party federally), but stupid people that don’t listen or read about what is going on in our country, decided that the Liberals would be better for the country.
Here is an example of what I am talking about. Last week I was listening to the Rob Snow talk show on the radio (CFRA). That's the show that used to be The Lowell Green talk show. So this stupid woman comes on saying that Premier Wynne of the province of Ontario was doing a good job. I was just wondering how much she was paid for saying that. Or did that malformed thought just spring out of her stupid brain? Wynne is one of the worst premiers in any province, ever. She's right next to former Ontario premier McGuinty as the worst that the province ever had. Ontario did have a few more bad premiers, but not nearly as bad as those two.
Ontario's slogan is "yours to discover". I think they should change it to say "yours to save" by getting that Wynne kicked out. If she were kicked out by the Liberals I do not think that any other party would take her, as they would want some voters to show up and support them. And the Liberals won't get rid of her because if you reach the peak of the power structure in a province or federally, you're like the absolute King. No one will question you. So she's here to stay until the next election and maybe the voters in Ontario will wake up between now and then and realize how really, really bad a leader she actually is.
That's my rant. Have a good day.