Wynne concession convinced many Liberal voters to move into the extreme left lane to stop Ford.Meanwhile, Ford never veered, adhering to his pledge to restore fiscal integrity and cut taxes.This was in stark contrast to Wynne, the big spender who dropped out, and Horwath, the bigger spender with policies pronouncements so costly that they would have even made a Swedish Prime Minister blush.Horwath promised universal dental and drug care for everyone, free tuition for Ontario 250,000 post secondary students, and, to boot, re nationalization of Hydro One at a cost of billions of dollars.Even worse, these policies were not costed out until after promises were made and then NDP estimates were questionable and staggering. It was vintage Liberal and NDP thinking: Put it on the tab in the form of debts or higher taxes.Now Ontario has the highest debt of any sub national government in the world, a figure that has doubled during the 15 year Liberal tenure. Taxes have soared and business investment has stalled or been withdrawn.The result is an NDP vote that won stick and a Liberal party that has been decimated.It was a surprising outcome to some as was the first election of a Green Party MPP in Ontario, Michael Schreiner.
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