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April 21st, 2010

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If you knocked on 1,000 Ontario families’ doors and ask them for their top three concerns, you’d be surprised if anybody said, `Well … one of those is we’ve got to start this new kind of mixed martial arts in Ontario. That’s going to mean a lot to me and my family.’

As Dalton himself said:

It’s just not a priority for our families and it’s not a priority for me

But if you knocked  on 1,000 Ontario families’ doors and ask them for their top three concerns, they apparently would say I want eight year olds to be taught about homosexuality, twelve year olds the magic of oral sex.

Or is this about Dalton’s sick, twisted priorities, not Ontario families?

Next up, flavoured condoms for high school?  Hey, they’re your priorities, people.


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  1. Martin
    April 21st, 2010 at 10:08 | #1

    Ontarians are discovering that provincial elections do matter. That a school board politician with no obvious credentials can become premier and begin to implement some of his fantasies. From full daycare, to giant wind mills on farmland, everything he touches seems to go broke. Soon the province will follow.

  2. bert
    April 21st, 2010 at 10:21 | #2

    Soon will be broke…We are already there.This lunacy runs through every Liberal brain in Canada.They think they own the taxes they collect and can do anything with it.But McGuinty is way ahead of the pack with his lunacy and broken promises.Me thinks he should get some hospital treatment very soon and bring his brother along as a bedside partner.

  3. FredR
    April 21st, 2010 at 10:54 | #3

    Ahh, yes. But will the electorate remember who is to blame when electricity bills double (and more to come!) and brown-outs become the norm? That, unfortunately, is still years ahead, but increasingly inexorable as the lag time to create real power generation will hamper any short-term attempts to halt the current downhill slide. The problem is that by then, McGuinty will be gone (Smitherman likely rewarded as Major of Toronto) - and it will be up to someone else to clean up the mess and take the blame.

    In the mean time, it’s bread and circuses for the MSM to distract the populace from just how deeply their pockets are being picked - all to enrich a cadre of cronies, hangers-on and Korean carpet-baggers with our tax money. It’s all for the “green”, don’t you know?

  4. April 21st, 2010 at 12:24 | #4

    This is more than ridiculous. It’s wrong. The schools have no business discussing that with children at that age. So now the Government wants to start introducing pornography to children? That’s what it is. At 12 years old should they be having oral sex, or any kind of sex at all? NO! And this is just going to happen without some sort of vote or input from parents and the communities? I don’t think so. No way. He has gone too far this time and I will fight this tooth and nail, or my children will be pulled from school. This is idiot is putting my children (girls) at a much greater risk of being molested and abused. It is criminal.

  5. Will Die For Freedom
    April 21st, 2010 at 12:47 | #5

    Canadians are the architects of their own demise.
    They allowed the school boards to be defined in the education acts as ‘corporations’.
    End result of that is that people pay taxes to fund public education, but their elected government has no way to control schools and boards - the boards, as corporations, do not respond to no one. The only recourse is to file a lawsuit. I have documentary proof from Ontario that Ministry has no power to make sure the board abides by the law.
    You have only yourselves to blame.

  6. Arty
    April 21st, 2010 at 13:40 | #6

    What do you expect when you elect somebody with the name “Dalton McGuinty”? Did you expect him to be normal? His parents might as well got the word WEIRDO tattooed on his forehead. Martin, you are so right, provincial elections do matter.

  7. April 21st, 2010 at 13:43 | #7

    A 12-year-old grade 7 friend of the family had sex ed in her class, complete with plastic models of genitalia that they had to pass around (with both genders in the classroom together). The teacher then simulated how the pieces go together. She then picked up two male models and showed how homosexuals have sex. My friend says she is “scarred for life”! “Why did we have to know that?” she asked.

    But then, that’s why we homeschool.

  8. John West
    April 21st, 2010 at 13:51 | #8

    I moved my business out of Ontario long ago. I thought someday that province might elect sane people to clean up the mess. I waited a long time and now I will not even go back there to retire because I would get ulcers dealing with the stupidity.

  9. Aureus
    April 21st, 2010 at 14:47 | #9

    I second Sean’s observations. Our children now go to a school which does not have pornography on the curriculum, at any age. Parents who do nothing and allow this to happen are either not paying attention, or do not truly have their children’s moral character development at heart.

  10. TheDiggler
    April 21st, 2010 at 16:08 | #10

    Everybody is leaving Ontario! I wasn’t born there, but I did grow up there, and then got the hell out, like most people do these days. They tell me Ontario is a democracy, which is great as far as I am concerned, because that means Ontarians deserve what they get. You reap what you sow. This is what you get when you vote for a political creature such as Dolton McGuinity.

  11. paul
    April 21st, 2010 at 18:11 | #11

    I will also be home schooling my kids i think it is time women are respected for there most benificial roles and that is the traditional roles ….like home schooling ,and basically running the house …societies cannot function properly when the portion of women in the work force is more than the amount of women that CHOOSE to stay home …less woman in the work force …more job oportunities for the bums and other degenrates …i respect a house wife …1000% more than i do for a female lawyer ,judge,police officer ,what ever …there are jobs that women are just better at like nurses,care givers ,thing’s of that nature hence the reason why those fields are predominantly women dominated …no body ever said a women CANT be a welder …i think people just think most women are better at things then men ..as you cvan see men are also incompetent at certain jobs or positions like daulton mguinty ..lol.. i love and respect all women but it is time to allow them to do what they do best my wife makes more money than me …she want’s to quit her job and be a housewife ..simple she only got a career becasue she never met mr.right …until me of course..lol..and i am o.k. with that she want’s to homeschool so on and so forth..i think that is great i am a very lucky man !!!

  12. tanker
    April 21st, 2010 at 20:42 | #12

    Blame the brain-dead idiots in the 416 and 905 area codes… they’re the morons who re-elected a lying, incompetent, corrupt Premier. I’m all for expelling the GTA from Ontario, and from Canada for that matter. Let’s see how the entitlement sucking leeches and oh-so-exquisite silver-spoon socialists fare when they don’t have other peoples’ money to rob. Bet you the GTA turns into a jungle within a week once we fence them in. Nanny state bastards, one and all.

    Where is Mike Harris when you really need him? At least he got a whole bunch of welfare queens off their fat asses.

  13. Larry Bennett
    April 21st, 2010 at 22:01 | #13

    I think he’s one of the Dalton Boys; I think he was Dinky Dalton, am I not right?

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