COME TO YOUR SENSES
The Ontario Liberals are crazily spending now and making wild campaign promises for the future. They have been in power for fifteen years and keep on making campaign promises that they do not keep. It has been proven that the Ontario electorate has a record of believing that these promises will be kept. I do not have much faith in my fellow Ontario voters. Will they come to their senses and vote the Liberals out ? Your guess is as good as mine and I do have my doubts.
(We have faith in them)
WE DID THE RIGHT THING
Re “Teen fights for friends with CF who need drugs not covered by OHIP” (Liz Braun, March 28): This article brought a smile to my face when I saw Madison on the horse. I am a trustee with Local 46 plumbers and steam fitters union, and Madi’s dad is one of our members. I can’t remember how many years before the government finally made the right decision to fund but we were asked to help and the trustees decided to fund Kalydeco for Madi at 50% through our health benefits plan. I am sending this because sometimes unions get a bad name but we really do care and seeing her smiling face made my day. We need to continue to pressure the government to do what is right.
(If only the Liberal government could take a cue from your generosity)
Re “Wynne launches attack on Ford day after budget” (Antonella Artuso, March 30): I seem to recall that cleaning up after the worst disasters usually brought the bulldozers in early on.
(You would be correct)
I’m 22 and just went to get my first prescription under the new Kathleen Wynne free prescription plan for people under 25. They told me my prescription wasn’t one of the medications covered. I’m very disappointed with this. Just mark me as another person that doesn’t believe anything her government promises. Thanks, Kathleen, for another empty promise.
(If the Wynne is re-elected, you’d better get used to it)
NOTHING IS FREE
As the polls indicate, Kathleen Wynne has expired her time in office by a long shot. The deficit seems like it will never be balanced and she doesn’t seem to care that this deficit will be passed on down to our grandchildren and likely great-grandchildren. No heart, no conscience, it seems. I will definitely be voting for Doug Ford. It would not bother me in the least if he made no more promises to the Ontario public, for at least the first year of his position as premier, in an effort to pay down the deficit to something more reasonable. Anyone who wants change in our leadership will need to understand that this would be paramount for the new premier, to clean up the Liberal mess that they will have left behind. At this point, any voter in Ontario would have to expect that anything that the Wynne government promises to you is just a ploy for her to get back into office at our expense. We all know that nothing comes for free and she is promising many things that will cost us large in the short and the long run. The revenue that is collected through the many taxes that we pay is there to clean this mess up. We just have to understand that it comes with restraint on spending and let Doug do what Doug does best: Putting money back in our pockets. I believe he will do it.
(It will be a giant mess he inherits if Ford becomes the next premier, but will certainly try to do the right thing by taxpayers)
Source:: Toronto Sun – Movies