Today's poll question; what should be done with wages for public sector workers? Should they be increased, frozen, or reduced? This has become a headline issue in the Ontario election campaign with the Progressive Conservatives pledging to freeze the wages of public workers. There are many who believe those wages are already too high and they should be reduced instead of frozen, but the latter is preferable to the union pandering of Dalton McGuinty. Dalton is a big government Liberal and those promises are funded through increased taxation. It is astounding that he maintains any support at all; which either speaks to his skill as a campaigner or is a symptom of Ontario's high proportion of public workers in the work force.
I don't know what is going to happen on Thursday, but I would be very happy if Dalton McGuinty is booted from office. Looking at the polling, the rise of the NDP might be a bigger problem for the Liberals than many mainstream pundits realize.