Every living premier in Ontario blames long-term care facilities problems on their predecessor - The Beaverton

Every living premier in Ontario blames long-term care facilities problems on their predecessor

TORONTO – In the wake of the Canadian Military’s truly disturbing report about conditions in ’s long-term care facilities, every Premier and former Premier has found and blamed the person responsible: their immediate predecessor.

“The reports of systemic underfunding, overworked staff and the abuse of elderly patients in our long term care facility are deeply troubling. While I wish my government had done more, the fact is these problems were started by the underfunding and woeful management of the government that came before me,” said all 8 living Premiers.

“If only Kathleen Wynee/Dalton McGuinty/Ernie Eves/Mike Harris/Bob Rae/David Peterson/Bill Davis/John Robarts had done the right thing, none of this would have happened,” they added.

The process started when reporters asked about the accusations. He quickly pointed the finger at Wynne, who immediately jogged by and told everyone it was McGuinty, who stopped cancelling gas plants long enough to say it was Eves, who told his grandkids to tweet that it was Harris, who immediately put down the stacks of money he is making off of long-term care facilities to blame Rae, who phoned in from Myanmar to blame Peterson, who did whatever David Peterson is known for to blame Davis, who immediately came out of his cottage in his pajamas to blame Robarts, who is dead.

“What’s a long-term care facility?” asked the confused ghost of John Robarts. “Are people living past the age of 55, or something?”

Political observers are optimistic about this recent multi-Premier development. “Obviously this situation is tragic but there is a bright spot,” said political scientist Mary Cartwright. “We have finally found an issue on which political parties of all stripes can agree on: treating senior citizens like shit.”

The 8 living Premiers then added that they didn’t understand why the current government had not addressed the situation, and they were really to blame. At which point Doug Ford looked around for a beat and then muttered “oh, shit.”