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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Ontario's "Working Families Coalition" explained

Everything you need to know about how the "Working Families Coalition" actually works...
More money for unions means more donations to the McGuinty Liberals, and more attack ads from WFC. Which results in getting the McGuinty Liberals re-elected, which means even more money for the unions. Which means more donations to the McGuinty Liberals and more attack ads from WFC... you get the picture.

You know what they say... FOLLOW THE MONEY.
Your money, their friends.

You can break the cycle at October's ballot box.

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4 Comments:

  • At Mon Mar 21, 09:08:00 PM EDT, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Actually you can't solve this problem, even by electing a new government. Collective bargaining rights are protected under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

    Unions are here to stay. Get used to it.

     
  • At Tue Apr 05, 10:33:00 PM EDT, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    as the child of two public sector workers, i can assure you that they are not payed more than the average worker. in fact, the last time that my mom went on strike was about 6 years ago, because get this(sarcasm), teachers think their wages should keep up with inflation! interestingly enough, a young teacher can't afford to feed her children at $18,000 a year like they could back in 1985. pretty selfish huh?(more sarcasm)

     
  • At Fri May 27, 12:51:00 PM EDT, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    as a teacher who can't find a job, I'm in favour of cracking down on union powers so some of the deadbeats with jobs for life can be turfed and new teachers like me get a shot. Also, public sector workers do get paid more than similar private secrot workers, and starting teacher pay is around 43k, not 18k

     
  • At Thu Sep 29, 11:25:00 PM EDT, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Wow...this is like a 1960s propoganda video. He took 3 mins to tell about 1% of the story...and even that was only half right. Hope no one paid for it.

     

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