You will get the unvarnished truth from entrenched instructors at liberal institutions of higher learning, especially those institutions that are hostile to the free thinkers in their midst.
Er … won’t … you?
Premier Wynne’s constant concessions in the waning days of the Ontario election should give you a clue.
Saying she won’t win tomorrow’s election shows she:
- doesn’t respect the voter
- doesn’t respect the election process
- doesn’t respect the Ontario Liberal Party
- doesn’t respect democracy
It shows how polls dominate an election and how they are used to manipulate the voter.
The only group as obsessed about polls as politicians is the newstainment media. They drool at the prospect of summoning their omnipotent soothsaying powers to predict the outcome of an election. One would-be Sylvia Browne channeler said yesterday, “it’s really hard to know what the undecided voters will do.” You don’t say…maybe that’s why they are called—undecided!
It’s time to remember the poll on election day is the only poll that deserves your attention.
Do you need some eleventh hour manipulation-free enlightenment before voting?
Chart summary transfer
Day Care Notes
Disability tax credit form
Driver’s D.O.T. physical exam & form
Insurance Disability Forms
Life Insurance Death Certificate
Off work/school note
T.B. Skin Test
Travel Cancellation Insurance Form
Prescription for eye injection
Procedures that are a normal, regular part of medical care, such as prescription renewals, should not be extra-billed. Likewise, neither should procedures that are preventative or curative, such as a pap smear or physio. A prescription for an eye injection (macular degeneration) or any other prescription applicable to a procedure that is covered by OHIP should not be extra-billed.
Special Interest Groups
Ontarians! Have you noticed that polling is still going on since 9th May when the writ was drawn up to mark the start of the official election campaign? What are you going to do about? Will you refuse to take part in a poll? Will you contact Elections Ontario and voice your concern?
To respect democracy and the voter, the only poll that should be permitted during the official campaign is the THE poll on election day!
Posted in Food for Thought, Newstainment Media Behaviour
Tagged Donors, election, newstainment media, official election campaign, Ontarians, Ontario, polling, pollsters, respect democracy, Special Interest Groups, voters, writ
On May 15, 1911, the US Supreme Court ruled that Standard Oil was an “unreasonable” monopoly under the Sherman Antitrust Act. It ordered Standard to break up into 34 independent companies.
Mr. Dave Hodges and Dr. Michael Savage muse that Amazon, Facebook and Google are the “Standard Oils” of today and ask the question: Is it time to break them up?
It appears some MPPs, such as Dr. Eric Hoskins, are unaware that the 41st Legislative Assembly of Ontario is still very much alive and kicking. You constituents who put your MPP in their seat have an unwritten contract with that MPP. It states that he or she is elected to serve the full term, unless health reasons make this impossible.
Did Dr. Hoskins ask his St. Paul’s constituents if they would accept his resignation?
Have you checked your phone bill lately?
Have you checked if they got the taxes right?
It maybe a herculean tax task for your phone company if you use a third-party long distance provider. The taxes maybe too rich by two, three, five or more cents. Hmm, how many accountants and MBAs do they employ? You can contact customer service if you enjoy the bouncing life of a volleyball, with no positive result. You can pay the correct amount and ignore late payment fees on the tax you don’t owe and pray the phone gods will knock some sense into your phone company.
If they aren’t your favourite, it’s time to say good-bye.
Does Canada’s NAF*TA 2.0 Wish List (we haven’t seen the list, have you seen the list? there is a list, right?) includes access to all North American companies, then we may say toodaloo monopolizers.
Oh, here’s another one.
- Two phone landlines in a home.
- One is touch-tone.
- One is pulse dial.
- The once less costly pulse dial line is now the same cost as the touch-tone.
- The provider never alerted the customer when this occurred.
- The provider has yet to suggest switching the dial line to tone.
*F stands for FAIR