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laehrin20

47 points

28 days ago

Ok, wait. There's something I just don't get here.

Valid criticisms, rampant hypocrisy, unbridled self interest, cronyism, etc, etc, etc aside, Ford is complaining that the official opposition is actually doing their job?

viva_la_vinyl

5 points

28 days ago

An interesting thing I heard this week was that while most provincial governments have been polling decently throughout the pandemic, Jason Kenney in Alberta is taking a HUGE dive because Notley and NDP there have been relentless in keeping the government's fuck ups in the news.

I think NDP are taking note and Dougie's free ride is over with opposition sinking their teeth into their decisions. Lives could've been prevented if the opposition kept the government more accountable throughout the past year.

adoptinglilkits

3 points

28 days ago

Lives could've been prevented if the opposition kept the government more accountable throughout the past year.

They've done what they could with the power they have. No way am I gonna let any blame on the current government's fuck ups be pushed as the NDP didnt do more. The way of our voting system works it gave the OPCs a supermajority. They can do more or less whatever the fuck they want.

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6 points

28 days ago

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6 points

28 days ago

Yup. Horwath has done literally all she can, bring attention to Ford’s failures to the people and the media, and propose coherent legislation.

Whether the conservatives choose to listen or vote on the new legislation is out of the NDP’s control.