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Keith Leslie
The arrogance is stunning. Know they're being kicked out of power but want the balance of power in a minority because no other party is responsible enough to have a majority government.
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Chris Mayberry 4 Jun 18
Replying to @OntLiberal
It has worked on at least one voter, who shocked me this morning by saying Wynne’s move has prompted him to vote Liberal.
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Keith Leslie 4 Jun 18
Replying to @maybo01 @OntLiberal
I bet it works on quite a few, but hard to know.
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Paul Rhodes 4 Jun 18
Replying to @OntLiberal
Kathleen Wynne is making Kim Campbell look like a political superstar.
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G W 4 Jun 18
Replying to @OntLiberal
It's all (and only ever) about power for this Liberal party. If they can't have it legitimately, they will work like dogs to form a coalition with the NDP (with apologies to dogs). I can't even imagine the carnage that would allow. NDP government, with Wynne holding the strings
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heath rodgirs 4 Jun 18
Replying to @OntLiberal
Could it be that their only hope of maintaining any portion of power is with a minority gov't? That is if there are any Liberals left.
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The Meathead 👏💩💣 4 Jun 18
Replying to @OntLiberal
Looking at the PC and NDP platforms, I have to agree with their assessment...
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Jim Coyle 4 Jun 18
Replying to @QPnewsboy
As puzzled as on boarding 1st LibBus in 81. StuSmith was Dr.Dour. But wagonmaster MikeGravel ensured we were in no shape to care.
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Anita Singh 4 Jun 18
Replying to @cjpberry @OntLiberal
Suggesting a false equivalence between the PCs and the NDP, arguing that parties need to be parented towards moderation, and thereby suggesting that they are the reasonable moderate choice when we know none of that is true.
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