Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Little Bits - September 4, 2007

I'm not ready to get right back into blogging just yet. Everybody should take a vacation.

  1. Ontario PC leader John Tory remarks, "The gap between New Year's Day and Easter is a long gap, and I'm all for families having a day to be together and so on. I would only ask this question: Why did Mr. McGuinty wait until now to do this? He's had four years, if he thought this was a good idea ... why now?"

    Because he can't ban photo radar for a third time?

  2. "The [Liberal] government itself has a position that is logically incoherent [on faith-based school funding]". Of course the Liberal Party's position is logically incoherent. They're attempting to argue against faith-based funding in public education while actually supporting the status quo on faith-based funding in public education.

    You can't argue so vehemently against something (going so far as to suggest it is segregation) and not have those same arguments thrown against maintaining the status quo.

    It seems, finally, that people are beginning to realize that the Ontario Liberals do not hold the opposing view on faith-based public education after all.

  3. John Tory has apologized for a comment he made about the University of Ottawa. That was the right thing to do.

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