"As far as I am concerned this letter seems like a smoking gun," (Professor David) Noble told the Sun yesterday.
The letter, he suggests, puts the premier, for the first time, in the middle of the slush fund decision-making process.
"All I want to see happen is a public inquiry to see if this was done properly," Noble said.
Oh, and a wee bit more info on Larry Tanenbaum:
Tanenbaum, a minority owner of Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, is listed as a co-chairman of the Tomorrow Campaign, which received the grant along with Gerald Schwartz. Both men are well-connected to the Liberal party and have raised funds for the party in the past.
But nobody received any money because of political ties, right? Nah... The Lemmings won't find out.
Can we impeach a premier?
What do you say now, Auditor General Jim McCarter?
And what do you say, Ontario Lemmings? Do you need a smack on the head?
Or do you finally get it?