Compelling reasons to hope that Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty does not secure his majority government via Thursday's byelections:
The $180 million taxpayers are on the hook for because McGuinty cancelled the gas-fired power plant under construction in Oakville in order to win the seat during the last general election.
His use of bribery to persuade Tory Liz Witmer to vacate her seat in Kitchener-Waterloo so he could hold a byelection for her seat.
His unnecessary and politically-motivated legislation that has robbed Ontario teachers of their collective-bargaining rights.
The Premier has amply demonstrated, from the above and a myriad of other acts, that he neither deserves nor can be trusted with a majority government.
UPDATES: Apparently Mr. McGuinty's refusal to come clean at the Ornge committee hearings is contagious.
Also, it seems like I am not the only one who doesn't believe he should achieve a majority government via unnecessary byelections.