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Warren Kinsella
If Kathleen Wynne really wanted to help Ontario Liberal candidates, she would have resigned the leadership a year ago - she knows she was as unpopular then as she is now. Yesterday’s stunt wasn’t selfless, it was reckless. Worst campaign ever.  
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Frank Knopf 3 Jun 18
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Ok, you've made your point! Now get over it!
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Brent H. Cameron 🇨🇦🇭🇰 3 Jun 18
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Paul T 3 Jun 18
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Reckless or feckless?
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Kelly Barnett 3 Jun 18
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Freckless
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Brett Ruffell 3 Jun 18
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Agreed. How do you think they would’ve fared with Pupatello?
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Daniel Spencer 3 Jun 18
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Here’s the most alarming thing: nobody in her entourage said yesterday « Hey, that’s a bad idea. Don’t quit now. » Only one tune that comes to mind:
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Julian Neal 3 Jun 18
Replying to @kinsellawarren
I'm interested to know who you think should have replaced her.
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Brad Lazaruk 3 Jun 18
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I was very surprised she ran again as leader, as most observers were I'm sure. Conceding and asking voters to make the a junior coalition partner is interesting at least. Still a terrible campaign.
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Luke 3 Jun 18
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All hail The Wizard! That guy must be one helluva horse trader to convince the OLP he was worth $70,000 per Month! If you're buying a car from this guy he'll have you convinced you're getting a Ferrari when in fact it's just Focus. LOL
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J.S. Allinson 3 Jun 18
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Daniel Holland 3 Jun 18
Desperate times lead to desperate measures. She's clearly trying to pick up whatever she can from the wreckage with some sympathy. Liberals have borrowed heavily for this campaign and they may lose their $$ with no party status. Party may be facing bankruptcy?
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Skytag 3 Jun 18
Replying to @kinsellawarren
I have a legit question: do you think yesterday’s move was her own personal choice or was it the campaign’s / party decision? What I am getting at is at this point does the leader have much say or do party officials have the final say?
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Patrick Fitzgerald 3 Jun 18
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Resigned for the good of the party..........
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G Godwin 3 Jun 18
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Surprised that you did not use the March 2018 numbers.
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Tim McClure 3 Jun 18
Warren, with Joshua Boyles out on bail, complete with a cushy publication ban put in place to protect the victim (or to protect him?), one may see JB being named the next candidate for Premier. After all, given his cushy friendship with , we've seen stranger!
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Dave the Enchanter 🇨🇦 3 Jun 18
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Super-dumb strategy. If you can't beat Doug Ford.....
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Algol1963 3 Jun 18
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So every Canadian provincial leader but one has a less than 50% approval rating?
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