Pothole Chalkline


Here in Toronto, thanks to the incredible waste of taxpayers’ dollars by our socialist government and its despot KING Mayor David Miller, we can no longer afford to fill potholes; plus, why bother since it goes against the mayor’s “war on cars” campaign. Instead, the city paints around the potholes to give taxpayers a glimmer of hope that something might actually be done about them. I know better, of course. But all is not lost, as the mayor will not be running in the next election (one second, while I pinch myself yet again), knowing full well he’d be run out of town on a rail. Maybe, just maybe, we’ll elect someone whose vision for this city is founded on reality rather than on utter fantasy. Please pray for us all! 🙂

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2 Responses to Pothole Chalkline

  1. lynnwiles says:

    At least it makes your potholes more visible than mine.

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