Wait for it - Dalton McGuinty's responds to his pal Rabbi Reuven P. Bulka, who had written a lengthy op-ed in the Post on Aug. 29, expressing his extreme disappointment over McGuinty's stand against Faith-Based Funding, and that Dalton had warned that it would negatively affect Ontario's "social cohesion."
Blink and you would have missed this gem, but the smell gave it away.
The Premier takes exception to his friend's suggestion that he has "taken the road of divisiveness rather than the road of inclusion."
What we then get is some kind of political war-room bafflegab that was surely written by one of his brilliant advisers:
The Conservative approach to government was to sow strife and opposition. That divisive approach to leadership turned our classrooms into battlegrounds and cost our kids 26 million school days lost to strikes and unrest -- and caused private school enrolment to skyrocket.
Ah yes, the good old Harris-bash play. I'm sure that Rabbi Bulka found that most edifying and relevant to the discussion.
Obviously, McGuinty is try to stir up the fear-factor again. He doesn't apologize to Rabbi Bulka and the Jewish community, and he really doesn't address the issues at hand.
Harris = conservative = Tory = bad
Now where could he possibly have come up with that shtick?