TORONTO, Oct. 6 /CNW/ - More and more Ontarians are rejecting John Tory's
weak judgment. From his scheme for private religious schools, to private
health care, from more cuts to services to siding with private interests, John
Tory's weak judgment is being rejected by Ontarians.
Grits deserve a second term
"John Tory is right: Leadership does matter. Where we part company with
the Conservative leader is his claim that he can provide the best leadership
of this province through the next four years."
- Hamilton Spectator, October 6, 2007
McGuinty best to lead Ontario
"Tory's political leadership skills are questionable. In fact, in this
campaign, he has emerged as a divisive, wavering leader."
- Toronto Star, October 3, 2007
Make your vote count for Hamilton
"John Tory's last minute flip-flop on funding for private religious
schools also makes us question his campaign mantra that 'Leadership Matters'."
- Dundas Star News, Hamilton News Mountain Edition, Ancaster News,
October 5, 2007
Keep Ontario on track
"(Conservative candidate) McCreary has associated himself closely with
John Tory, a leader who, before even being elected, broke his promise to
implement funding for faith-based schools, an ill-considered promise to begin
with. This is not leadership. This is a panicked response to plummeting polls.
Tory leaves us wondering, too, how he can eliminate the health-care tax while
increasing spending on health care."
- Brantford Expositor, October 6, 2007
Tory budget plan is pure wizardry
"Tory's budget amounts to economics by magic. Just like a magician waving
a wand and pulling a rabbit out of a hat, Tory uses budgetary wizardry to
produce the extra billions he needs to pay both to eliminate the Liberals'
$2.8 billion health tax and to fund all the new and expanded programs
contained in his election platform... such shoddy fiscal planning is yet
another reason Ontario voters should be skeptical of Tory's election platform,
and why they should support McGuinty and his far more honest, and realistic,
- Toronto Star, October 6, 2007
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