Monte Kwinter was a force for the people of Toronto well before he became an MPP.
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I was looking for a good way to wish my visitors a Happy Jewish New Year. Here it is.
For all those who celebrate Rosh Shanah, I wish you and yours a year of health, happiness and prosperity. For those who do not celebrate, I wish you the same.
As I sit listening to one of the few elected Liberals discuss human rights, immigration and refugee policy, I realize that the left/right discussion has passed. While I am an economic liberal (note the small "l"), I find myself leaning the other way on elements of immigration and refugees.
Not that I am against building our population. We need it. I simply find the moral imperative politicians put on this topic tends to activate my gag reflex.
Let's bring in the immigrants so we can tax them and support our increasingly older population.
If I never hear the title Shadow Caucus again, it will be too soon.
This stunningly silly attempt at rebranding of Liberal candidates who did not win their 2011 campaigns causes what little is left of my hair to stand on end.
For those who want to use the title, get over it! You lost! Please do the honourable thing and go quietly into that good night!
If you want to compete for the candidacy in the next election,start building your team. Right now, the proper title is: Losing Candidate, 2011!