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“One of the best books of the year.”

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- Elizabeth Thompson, iPolitics

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- Huffington Post

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- Calgary Herald


Star: Wynne tries to stop extended registration for delegates caught in 401 crash

More about the crash here.

And one Star reporter’s posting about what two senior Wynne organizers tried (unsuccessfully) to do:

Pretty sad.



4 Responses to “Star: Wynne tries to stop extended registration for delegates caught in 401 crash”

  1. scot says:

    How about the twit who tweeted “where’s McGuinty when you need him”?

  2. Peter says:

    Heh. Yessir, not just a candidate for Toronto.

  3. smelter rat says:

    “Politics is a dirty game played by dirty people” P.E.T.

  4. Josef says:

    Wynne is just a bully, a bad person, and a bad guy ready, aye, ready to clear the road for Tim Hubriss. I’m sick of her and her peeps’ childish petulance.

    Sandra Pupatello is the anti-bully who gave up having babies so as to serve Ontario. It’s not something Sandra will talk about because she’s not that type to whine about her personal life. But it’s something her friends worldwide should politely remind folks when Wynee’s whining gets out of control.

    Oh how I wish a client didn’t shortchange me last month, I’d be on that floor with you guys. Certainly at the inaugural.

    Oh well. The Pupatello Coronation continues.

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