I'm talking, of course, about Dalton McGuinty. Nine years of runaway deficits and continuous destruction of religious freedoms and parental rights, is more than enough. Too bad he's not taking that Brothel Education Minister of his with him.
Now, as some speculate, McGuinty may seek the Federal Liberal leadership. Oh, that will be hilarious. We'll have Trudeau II (which also happens to be the media's new favorite instead of Michael Ignatieff,) versus a man who by all means can be regarded as Bob Rae II. Heck, if several low-profile candidates choose to join forces during the upcoming vote, we may even have Stephane Dion II. Bring in the pop corn :)
And another thing: Are we going to see some protest rallies against McGuinty's decision to prorogue the legislature until a new Liberal leader is elected? Any pickets and marches at Queen's Park? Signs featuring Ontario Parliament with a huge padlock on it? Attempts to reconvene despite the absence of the members of the governing party? Or is prorogation merely a routine parliamentary procedure, which is by no means undemocratic...? (As long as it's the Liberals who resort to it, of course.)