Let's look at this realistically.
From each according to their ability...
Rob Ford's antics have provided many, the world over, months of entertainment but, in comparison with Kathleen Wynne's contributions, Ford's are little more than "chump change".
Back in the seventies, Hollywood had "The Six Million Dollar Man". Thanks to Kathleen Wynne, we have "The Two Billion Dollar Woman"; not too shabby even taking inflation into account.
Unfortunately, unlike Hollywood, we do not have the technology. Apparently, half the budget was squandered on muffins for consultants and the other half on cancelling the contract.
Five things Ontario Provincial elections have in common with Ontario Provincial lotteries.
1) A lot of people "contribute" a lot of money.
2) Very few people receive any significant benefit.
3) The odds of you being among them are approximately one in fourteen million.
4) Both tax the feeble minded.
5) Both can use the same advertising slogans. "What would you do with two million/billion dollars?"
Why are you here?
A guy's driving past a hospital for the criminally insane when he hears the "whump, whump, whump"
of a flat tire.
As he gets out, to change the tire, he notices one of the patients watching him through the fence.
Nervous, trying to work quickly, he jacks up the car, takes off the wheel, puts the wheel nuts into the hub cap and steps on it, sending the nuts flying into a sewer.
Desperately, he drops to his knees, peers into the sewer and immediately realizes the nuts are gone.
As he paces back and forth, trying to think of what to do, the patient says: "Take one nut off each of the other wheels and that'll get you to town".
, says the guy. "What's someone like you doing in a place like that?"
"Mister, I'm here because I'm crazy"
, says the patient, "not because I'm stupid."