TORONTO, Sept. 6 /CNW/ - Ontario PC Leader John Tory said today that
Dalton McGuinty has broken his most famous broken promise for a second time
with the launch of his election platform.
Dalton McGuinty admitted that the so-called Health Care tax is here to
stay thus breaking his promise to "review" the tax in 2009.
"It's clear now that his promise to review the Health Care tax was
bogus," Tory said today at Queen's Park.
Tory noted there was no mention of promising to hold the line on taxes
and that McGuinty refused repeatedly to utter his now famous broken promise,
"I will not raise your taxes."
"It's clear that Ontario has three options with Dalton McGuinty," Tory
said. "Higher taxes, more broken promises or both."
Tory said that Ontario voters will have the chance to compare two
leaders. One with a record of broken promises, wasteful spending or high
taxes, or a platform that is responsible, achievable and will phase out the
so-called Health Care tax while making genuine commitments to education and
"Our Party and I will end the era of broken promises and runaway spending
and will treat taxpayers with the respect they deserve," Tory said.
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