Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Now That's Something Outside Of The Normal Order Of Nature

The Toronto Board Of Trade wants City Council to raise taxes more? When did they get taken over by hippies? Sure, there are potholes extending down to the center of the Earth in this town, but shouldn't the Right stay on the Right and the Left on the Left? Carole Wilding (head of the TBOT) is making me feel all weird inside.

9 comments:

Common Sense - said...

live in Toronto too long, breath in all that Liberalized air and sooner or later the brain just goes mushy.

friendly troll said...

Is that supposed to mean something?

Please do tell us what the hell "liberalized air" is.

If anyones brain is mush its yours. When a person starts getting partisan over air we breath thats a pretty good indication you are really fucked up in the head. Pretty damn fucked up. Even more than it takes to vote the way you do.

Seek professional help.

Dante said...

When a person starts getting partisan over air we breath thats a pretty good indication you are really fucked up in the head

...zoinks. Looks like common sense is on to something.

frances said...

Toronto has become a cesspool. There is no accountability. And the "free press" is not free. The Toronto Star has in its constating documents that it must promote the left-wing socialist point of view. It is the largest daily in Toronto of course. If Montreal ever gets rid of the separatist cloud which overhangs that province, it will be able to overtake diseased Toronto.

Anonymous said...

Oh no! Toronto has a problem with potholes, so is Miller going to demand that ALL of Canada have their taxes raised to solve Toronto's pothole problem?

Ti-Guy said...

I used to enjoy Toronto bashing; now that the rurals all have Internet, it's just so damn depressing to be reminded of how stupid a lot of them truly are.

Anonymous said...

Don't forget we're also mean!

Anonymous said...

I agree; Toronto should pay more taxes. Where do I vote for that?

Anonymous said...

Why don't they just ban potholes? That seems to be their answer to everything else.