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Dalton McGuinty: Still Not Up to the Job

April 22nd, 2006

While native standoffs escalated this week, Dalton McGuinty lead from the rear:

Mr. McGuinty agreed that the move by the Ontario Provincial Police came remarkably close upon the heels of discussions over the past five weeks aimed at settling the dispute.

“I want to be perfectly clear in this regard, this police action comes completely independent of me, my office or my government,” he said…

Mr. Tory asked the Premier why he did nothing about the matter when government officials were aware of it for more than a year.

Mr. McGuinty responded that the individuals involved in the dispute regard his government as secondary players. “They insist on being dealt with as a nation,” he said. “They want to deal with the government of Canada on a nation-to-nation basis.”

Which leads to the question. If a negative ad is true, is it still negative?


  1. Joanne (True Blue)
    April 23rd, 2006 at 06:42 | #1

    If Ontario residents continue to vote for this kind of non-leadership in the next provincial election, I am going to scream! You will hear me all the way in Hespeler, Brian.

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