Dull political sabre-rattling follows Ontario Liberals’ dull political attack ad
Busted, Horwath! Actually, not really, but that’s the message the Liberals are apparently trying to convey with what might be one of the lamest attack ads we’ve ever seen. The 41-second YouTube clip—uploaded yesterday by a certain “HazardousHorwath”—begins with footage of Andrea Horwath making the case for her proposed one-metre rule, a law that would mandate a one-metre buffer between cyclists and cars, followed by footage of an NDP vehicle driving kind of close to cyclists (including one that’s riding on the sidewalk). A Liberal spokesperson said the party found the NDP’s hypocrisy “disappointing.” Yowza! An NDP spokesperson fired back, stating, “It’s just proof of how desperate they’re getting.” Really, this is all desperately dull—but it’s also not that surprising for an election that has thus far been a whole lot of boring. With that in mind, a request for the province’s reporters: start digging up the dirt on these leaders, because that’s the kind of stuff that fuels entertaining attack ads. Read the entire story [National Post] »
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This video does show that the NDP is off in the weeds, focused on things few Ontarians care about.
You should check out the platform of the Socialist Party of Ontario http://www.socialistpartyofontario.ca
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