I don't see why anyone thinks that the results of an election in a year, are going to be substantively different than they will be this year. Why bother waiting?
Yeah, because what does policy matter.
Nice one! For guy who refuses to acknowledge or even attempt to discuss the clear policy distinctions between a promise not to liquidate important government assets such as Ontario Hydro, and a pledge not to increase the tax burden on middle and low income earners by rolling back corporate tax cuts, and one that promises to liquidate those assets, in order to pay down a deficit largely caused by irresponsible corporate tax cuts.
Not even once have you attempted to do so. Let alone broach any of the other little tidbits, like the apparent desire to cut back on access to seniors to hospital beds in order to fund pay raises for home care workers, because its "more economic" and pay for 3 billion dollars a year worth of tranist infrastructure, not by raising more money, but by shifting taxes from other programs -- not that you would even dare consider what Wynne is going to cut in order to achieve this end through this means.
The discussion that my comment is included in is one about the prospects of a Conservative ictory. If that is the only issue that people care about, then I believe its worth noting that Conservative victory is as likely next year, as it is this year.