Ontario - Chicago North

Posted By: Jerry Agar · 1/15/2013 8:40:00 AM

When I left Chicago to return to Canada I thought I was leaving political corruption, incompetence and malfeasance behind.

Was I wrong! What a province Ontario is.

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  1. Allan Swartz posted on 01/17/2013 05:22 PM
    Hi Jerry
    I saw you on Sun TV yesterday and was very impressed.
    Sometimes on radio you come across as loud and abnoxious.

    This was not evident at all during your tv program.

    Maybe being able to see and hear you at the same time
    presents a completely different impression. You seemed
    more reasonable, fair and balanced during your interviews
    on tv vs radio.
  2. Glen Kennedy posted on 01/26/2013 06:48 PM
    Jerry: Isn't the election of Ms. Wynne exactly what was predicted at the start of 2011?
    Dalton McGuinty would resign before the next election or run in the next election and then resign shortly thereafter to allow Kathleen Wynne to take his place. In other words, Ms. Wynne would run for Premier without have to actually "run" for Premier. Ms. Wynne would become the Premier by stealth. The ONLY thing that went wrong was that they didn't have a majority.
    Now, she can do a one to two year deal with the NDP, and get set to run in 2014/2015 with her war chest flush with cash (certain more that what taxpayers are left with). It's obvious that C. Sousa will get FInance Minister or Min. of Economic Development (ie. Minister of Wineing and Dineing) while Gerry Kennedy get to head a Crown Agency- maybe the OLG (Casinos anyone?) Stay tuned.
  3. Don Kuehn posted on 02/18/2013 10:30 AM
    Happy Family Day! We're gonna have a neighboorhood block party - pull a couple of BBQ's out onto the driveway, set up a vollyball net, put on our finest beach wear and have a great time. Won't even need a cooler to keep the beer cold! We'll probably need gloves though; the ball may be frozen. Thanks Dalton, what a great time of the year (smack in the middle of the winter deep-freeze) to have a day off with the family.
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