Ontario Budget Day
Thursday, 02 May 2013 13:45

Let Ontario Decide

The paradigm is that Politics and Religion are taboo subjects among friends and dinner conversations. However, many of our friends and neighbours have been adversely affected by Ontario's Liberal Government, so I will share my opinion.
Today is a big day in our Province as the Budget is presented... if it's turned down, then an election will ensue.
The Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario has already said they will turn it down. But the decision will remain with the NDP, as the Liberals need one party to align with them to pass it.
Sadly, the smallest voice is again the loudest (Seat Count: Liberal 51, PC 36, NDP 18, Vacant 2).
Most likely the flood gates for further negotiation between NDP and Liberals will open, and this will drag out for weeks.
But my hope is that the NDP will align with the PC's, and will let Ontario Decide.
18 people have a lot of power today. We ask of them... let Ontario Decide.

Tweet the NDP MPP's:

Let Ontario decide. End it today. No negotiation. No wish list. No #OLP Budget @TArmstrongMPP @BissonGilles @Sarah4NWO @NickelBelt #onpoli

Let Ontario decide. End it today. No negotiation. No wish list. No #OLP Budget @CFifeKW @andreahorwath @MTaylorMPP @jagmeetNDP #onpoli

Let Ontario decide. End it today. No negotiation. No wish list. No #OLP Budget @M_ManthaMPP @RMarcheseMPP @TarasNatyshak #onpoli

Let Ontario decide. End it today. No negotiation. No wish list. No #OLP Budget @ChoosePrue @jonahschein @Peter_Tabuns @john_vanthof #onpoli

Let Ontario decide. End it today. No negotiation. No wish list. No #OLP Budget @CheriDiNovo @cindyforster @PaulMillerMPP #onpoli

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