Credibility gap widens as Tory pledges both support and opposition to the
QUEEN'S PARK, March 23 /CNW/ - Today John Tory's credibility gap grew
wider as he has simultaneously pledged support for the McGuinty budget, while
pledging to vote against it.
Meet John Tory No. 1 - he likes the progressive investments in the
Reporter: "(Are) there any initiatives in yesterday's budget that you
John Tory: "No, I can't think of one I would reverse... I can't think at
the moment... I can't think of one that I would tell you right now that I
would reverse." (Tory Press Conference, March 23, 2007)
Now meet John Tory No.2 - he doesn't like the progressive investments in
the McGuinty budget:
"Conservative leader John Tory pronounced the budget 'disappointing' and
accused Premier Dalton McGuinty of orchestrating a 'political spending
buffet'." (Ottawa Citizen, March 23, 2007)
It sure does take a different kind of leader to oppose what you support.
Or maybe that's support what you oppose? John?
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