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Letter: ‘Rick Bartolucci, where are you?’

By: Letter to the Editor

 | Jun 19, 2014 - 9:21 AM |
The results of the Ontario election can be analyzed very simply.

Kathleen Wynne backed into a majority government because of poor politics by her opponents. Wynne must remember that 60 per cent of Ontarians did not vote for her. She still must keep her promises to the whole province.

Tim Hudak shot himself in the foot. Before the last election, he advocated ridding the province of the two school board system, this time he was going to fire 100,000 civil workers and create 1,000,000 jobs.

What a farce. Bill Davis where are you? Your party is in shambles.

Andrea Horwath had the balance of power before the election. She wanted an election, and now sits as the third party again. Her negativism last week about Conservative lies and Liberal corruption did not help her.

Rick Bartolucci, where are you? Again, Sudbury will be on the outside of cabinet and will depend on Sault Ste. Marie and Thunder Bay to talk for us in cabinet.

Joe Cimino is a very nice guy, but what can he do when his job will be to criticize rather than develop policy?

Always remember that pollsters are people who guess what will happen. They should always be taken with a grain of salt.

Paul Sauvé

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