From the equality of rights springs identity of our highest interests; you cannot subvert your neighbor's rights without striking a dangerous blow at your own. Carl Schurz

Friday, February 21, 2014

Timmy backs down and Danny's head explodes

Today Tim Hudak backed away from his attack on working people through his right to work agenda and his attack on the rand formula. Well he pretended to anyway.

I have no doubt that if able to seize a majority he will merely wait for one plant closure he can seize upon to justify renouncing his renouncement.

All this proved too much for that champion of democracy and human rights, TFW lovin president of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business Dan Kelly. (CFIB)

At least he didn't use the term 'Union bosses" I'm sure he'll get a talking to for that one

Firstly Hudak didn't pretend to back away because of union pressure instead he recognized it was a non starter for the vast majority of Ontarians

 Of course Kelly ignores the fact that union locals are formed by majority vote and can be de-certified by one as well

I believe we call that democracy . The UN recognizes the right to collectively bargain a human right, so, so much for the human rights thing .

I felt compelled to point this out to him and ask a few pertinent questions. One addressing the inherent and patently unjust nature of "right to work" legislation

I still await a reply


  1. "Pretended to" is the key phrase.

    People neither like nor trust Hudork. I'm hoping his struggle to stay on as leader rips the party apart.

    1. Yes the candidates that complained about the right to work crap did so not because they opposed the policy, only because it hurt their electability.

      Timmy is toast after this next election, no one is getting a majority.and he has failed to unseat an extremely unpopular party.