Musings —07.25.2012 11:58 AM—
…that’s a fair metaphor to describe the Ontario Convenience Store Association’s (OCSA) demand that they be permitted to sell booze. (McGuinty has said no, and Hudak has refused to say yes.)
The last we heard of them, the OCSA was effectively the face of Big Tobacco in Ontario. They lobbied vigorously against modest measures to keep kids from getting their hands on tobacco.
These characters are only interested in making more money. They don’t give a sweet damn about harm to the public.