Cognitive Dissonance

Cognitive dissonance (n): voting for someone because they’re going to clean up the city’s finances, then supporting them when they decide to spend $344 million on 61,000 people instead of $111 million on 630,000:

Toronto Transit Plan Cost/Benefit Comparison

Somebody needs to tell Mayor Ford that Torontonians don’t want a cheap city: they want a good one.

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