The gravy train has pulled into Queen’s Park
Doug Ford is now the engineer on the gravy train. His only real loyalty seems to be to his cronies, especially dodgy developers.
13 billion deficit last budget - 19 billion deficit projected this year ... his friends are in the thick rich gravy deep #onpoli
‘Deaths in for-profit LTCs were four times the rate in municipally owned homes. So Doug’s reform bill, with little debate permitted, vastly enlarged capacity for those homes. Three former Ontario Progressive Conservative premiers have chaired private, for-profit LTC boards.’
‘In health care, he shrinks public testing for COVID, opening opportunity for gougers who charge up to $400 per test. It’s rudimentary grifting. Or he tries opening space for private hospitals to do basic surgeries to “ease the backlog.” ‘
‘Doug’s only real loyalty seems to be to those cronies…They buy up parcels north of Toronto and wait for Doug to build a little superhighway so they can get rich selling homes and plots.?.He’s the engineer on the gravy train. He even looks a little like Sir Topham Hatt.’
There is no gravy train in Ontario. The Star is currently on the gravy train since federal Liberals are subsidizing its operations more than most other media outlets. The Star requested more funds after the govt gave them an initial amount. The Star is an expert on gravy!
‘Doug identifies with these people: small- and medium-level businesses. Even car drivers seem like alternate cronies. So he rebated them their mild plate sticker fees. That would’ve paid for 12,000 more nurses, but buds are buds.’
This is the best take on @fordnation written. This IS who he is and Ontarians have allowed it all. It’s sad and it’s pathetic that more people don’t give a sh*t. Vote please.
‘In education, Ontario now requires more online high school courses than any other jurisdiction. COVID experience has shown those truly suck, but there’s profit in it for private education providers, plus it’ll cut teacher numbers, undermining unions.’
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