03.14.2011 06:38 AM

Timmy Hudak meets with his bosses

And the Star has the proof.


  1. Marc L says:

    Personally I hate this union corporate-bashing crap more than any Tory attack ad. As for the Star — a paper run by economic illiterates. Except when it comes to their own profits (remember the strike a few years ago — where were their grand ideals then???).

    • JenS says:

      Their subsidiary papers, in the Southern Ontario Metroland group, is on the cusp of strike, too -strike vote set for Wednesday, strike date Friday midnight.

      • JenS says:

        Sorry – typing too fast -the papers ARE on the cusp of strike.

        • Cameron Prymak says:

          Political implications aside, I thnk you were right originally –

          ‘the group IS on the cusp of a strike’

          Mention it because you’re posts are good, the Kiss Army one had me chuckling for a couple days.

          • JenS says:

            No – I was wrong grammatically – should have been “their subsidiary papers are …” And, thanks. 🙂 I feel a little under-qualified around here.

  2. Cow says:

    I feel the complete opposite way as Marc L above. As I said on Twitter just now, I’m not used to the left getting a simple, clear message across in an ad like this, and I think it actually works. Give a few quick concrete examples (record corporate profits, repealing the HRC, trampling on the working class) while playing off the public’s general unease about something (Bay Street bigshots controlling everything; the Mike Harris legacy).

    I like it. It’s a good start.

  3. Patrick Deberg says:

    Face it,

    If the Cons can convince the people they are crushing to take it more and harder and deeper then you have an powerful out there. I don’t know why it gets swallowed but it is. It’s along the same ideas of the CPC. We hate government so give us a majority so we can completely dismantle it!!

  4. Patrick Deberg says:

    I ment a powerful message out there..

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