O.K. I'm getting a little tired of talking about Caledonia - and if I'm bored, then you must be really sick of it!
However, that doesn't mean we still can't have some fun discussing the never ending antics of the Ontario Fiberals; and today's Toronto Sun has kindly provided even more fodder (as if we needed it).
It seems that although McGuinty's Liberal government has banned soft drinks from schools for health reasons, it still sees fit to co-sponsor a site aimed at encouraging kids to go camping. And just what does Pepsi hope the youngsters will drink when they're sitting at that picnic table having lunch by the lake? My guess is not milk!
What kind of message are we trying to send to the kids here - That it's not healthy to drink pop at school, but no problem if you're camping?
The lame excuse seems to be that the government needs the advertising funding to be able to promote this so-called healthy lifestyle out in the great outdoors. So why didn't they just go whole hog and partner up with some cigarette giant? I'm sure that would have yielded tons of cash!
Anyway, it isn't as if McGuinty loses any sleep spending taxpayers' dollars most days. Just look at the way he tossed hush money at the Caledonia dispute! (Oops! Sorry. There I go again.)