Those are gratuitous and/or exaggerated accusations. We went through a recession. Cutting spending considerably in a province that is already not fond of spending at all regardless of the nonsense people constantly parrot (the figures are there for all to see) would have caused suffering and deaths - no less, considering such a high proportion of the budget is dedicated to health and social services. Wynne's method was infinitely preferable.
Now the entitled daughter-of, who reportedly decided to run because she saw her name in the newspapers (and no doubt appreciated very much this chance to no longer "toil" in obscurity), wants to "cut government waste". Well, I remember the Harris years - for example, a report on a lady who had voted for the PC because she was a pull-yourself-up-by-your-bootstraps person and she didn't like people "abusing the system"... but boo-hoo, her training program was chopped and this incarnation of "government waste" had the nerve to whine in public about it.
I'm voting Liberal again because of policies I totally agree with on tuition, rental housing, pharmacare and minimum wage, and simply because of the future: The NDP is at once nowhere and all over the place, and Conservatives are very good at destruction, recrimination and general negativity, but not so much at suggesting anything that would improve the lives of Ontario citizens. Also I'm gay and in my fifties, so for me, voting PC would be absolutely moronic.
I think we are beyond that, all three parties are supportive of same-sex marriage, benefits, etc. If it's because of positions parties have had historically, well let's not forget it's the ONDP who were the first to support same-sex marriage, unions, adoptive rights, anti-discriminatory legislation (all of which the Liberal campaigned against at one point in time). Why is it that you are allowed to only look back to a certain point in time, when it is convenient for you? Regardless, I'm a (younger) gay man, and don't think voting for any of the 4 major parties is moronic, as none of any policies or promises that would negatively affect the community. That said, I'm supporting Horwath.