08.30.2011 01:38 PM

Tim Hudk iz a grate spelur

How Does Tim Hudak spell “amateur”?

While test scores for Ontario students continue to rise, it’s clear there are some who are still having some trouble learning to spell.

Like Tim Hudak and his team who learned at the knee of Mike Harris.

They misspelled Dalton.

They misspelled bureaucracy.

They even misspelled education!

When they can’t spell education, bureaucracy, and the name of their main opponent, it’s time to hold them back for four years, no?



  1. Cletis, the slack jawed yokel.. says:

    I sports Mister Hudaks one-hunerd persent!

  2. Glen says:

    I was going to vote conservative. But now, I just don’t know. This has really made me stop and think. Do we want these cereal bad spellers running the province?

  3. Merrill Smith says:

    The late, lamented George Roseme once told me I should proofreab my essays. Perhaps the Tories should follow that advice.

  4. WildGuesser says:

    Remarkably, I’m ok with someone runnning for government not being able to spell bureaucracy. I’d prefer that verses someone who has pharaonic aspirations to build the largest, most out of control bureaucracy a western civilization has ever known. A government worker in every household is not the path to prosperity.

  5. Nelson says:

    Spell-check is just another way for the latte-sipping elites to frown down upon the hard working families of Ontario, Warren. HST, Tax Man, Tax Man, tax grab, changebook, windmills yada yada.

    • CQ says:

      Nobody is ‘hard working’ within this campaign. Ditto goes for the NDP candidate material seen here from earlier this year. One slip, two slip, three slip…

  6. Ted H says:

    So what is the real Conservative agenda? Re-establish an oligarchy, bring the tax regimen back to the 19th Century, bring social services and labour relations back to the 19th century, destroy the economy so we have to cut social services back to the 19th century or just plain make people dumber and less educated so they are easier to manipulate.

    They must have a real plan somewhere, they can’t really believe the stuff they put out themselves.

  7. allegra fortissima says:

    Bureaucracy: of French origin ‘la bureaucratie’. Education: of Latin origin ‘educatio, onis’. Dalton: of old English origin ‘valley town’.
    Please stop confronting that poor man and his staff with all those strange, difficult words. Gotta feed ’em plain English. L’amateur? Une personne qui exerce une activite de facon negligente, fantaisiste – une dilettante? C’mon, that ain’t nice of ya!

  8. Raymond says:

    Good Christ.

  9. Andrew says:

    Please, the word in the slide is “reduction”, not “education”. The “R” has been creatively obscured. You can’t believe everything on the internet.

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