Quote: Originally Posted by MHz
Here is a novelty item- it is a coherent post with a valid point to make- unlike the blather that MHz and Soldier and some others put up!
Even using your summation you still don't understand what the book is talking about. The reason it is a big book is that a lot is still going to happen.
You are more than welcome to go with other versions being pushed and who cares how you view them. You know it is getting to the point that the collective members are only casting their own shadows. Wobbly knees is a common trait, Right?
Here is an article illustrating how LIE-berals are allowing all our infrastructure to collapse due to endless LIE-beral greed!
Given a choice between buying votes or repairing infrastructure- LIE-berals chose to buy votes every time!
The article has some comments of my own in brackets):
Burst water mains flood downtown intersection and nearby parking garage
A water main break unleashed a torrent of floodwater downtown early Wednesday morning, the third such incident on a major city thoroughfare in under a week.
The damaged main burst shortly after 2:30 a.m. and subsequently forced police to close the intersection of Front Street E. and Parliament Street.
The flooding has rendered Parliament Street impassable both north- and southbound to Lake Shore Boulevard, according to police.
At least one nearby parking garage was also inundated with water and several cars are currently inaccessible due to dangerously high water levels, police said.
Fire trucks remain at the scene while city crews try to mend the broken main.
(And the city is facing all this flooding simply because pay raises for civil service union Hogs takes priority over actually replacing worn our infrastructure! So we have the worst of both worlds- we pay endlessly for MORE Hog gravy and we pay endlessly for emrgency repairs and road blockages and flood damage to cars and buildings! Not to mention delays for drivers and transit buses!)
It's certainly been a bad few days for water infrastructure in the city.
On Tuesday, a broken water main inundated a 100-metre stretch of Eglinton Avenue E. and caused a sinkhole to open up nearby an active Eglinton Crosstown LRT construction site.
Furthermore, late last week a water main burst beneath Bayview Avenue, closing the busy roadway for nearly two days. Then, as crews worked to repair the leak, a second break occurred on the same water main.
The water main burst early Wednesday at the intersection of Front Street E. and Parliament Street.
(Sadly- Cdns will have to get used to these messes as long as LIE-berals remain in power; focised on buying votes and clinging to power at any price!)