20 April 2007

Preem admits, "I'm no leader"

"Please save my bacon, Oh Wise Federal Leader", cries Dalton McGuinty.

-- Deseronto, Ont. -- Aboriginal protesters vowed Friday to maintain their planned 48-hour blockade of eastern Ontario's main rail corridor despite a court injunction ordering them off the railway crossing.

The tense situation prompted Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty to urge the federal government to intervene at the “earliest possible opportunity” to help resolve the issues behind the blockade.
Having made a major-league mess of the year old, as-yet-unresolved aboriginal standoff in Caledonia, Liberal Premier Dalton McGuinty is apparently now at his wits end... over a similar situation developing in Deseronto.

See, here's the question Dalton... if I go down the road and commandeer the local lumber yard and threaten to take over the neighbouring town, how long do you think it would take an OPP SWAT team to stand me down... one way or another?

These terrorists are shutting down country-wide commerce.

What's your problem here? Dalton..? Dalton?

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Anonymous said...

This is getting really ridiculous. No one's doing anything because they don't want to be seen as the bad guy.

Joanne (True Blue) said...

I just saw a newsclip on CTV. Seems that they will be allowed to complete their 48 hour occupation, even though they admit it is illegal.

Anonymous said...

Is it time for one more dead indian? Perhaps these "warriors" would like to put their money where their loud mouthes are - and go the way of Timmy Taliban, the other terrorist meat.

Neo Conservative said...

"Joanne (True Blue) said... Seems that they will be allowed to complete their 48 hour occupation"

joanne... did you ever doubt it wouldn't go that way?

i bet mcguinty gets his wife to lay out his clothes every morning... because he can't decide all by himself.

i wouldn't let mcshifty walk my dog.


Mike said...

The OPP won't do anything, so .. let's send in the Fire Department

Photo caption ... with not a cruiser to be seen.

Fire trucks stand by as native protestors use a old school bus to block the train tracks just north of Deseronto, Ont. on April 20, 2007.

Anonymous said...

Dalton is beginning to realize his own incomptetence as a leader, hopefully the people of Ontario have already realized it and will toss him out in October.