While not violent, per se, it's interesting to see the clash of Tory vs. Tory in Brampton today, courtesy of Warren Kinsella:
PC Premier Bill Davis (1971-1985), talking in front of an audience in his hometown of Brampton about healthcare and local leadership and I assume infrastructure. The three off to the side are the three current PC candidates for the Brampton area - Pam Hundal, Sanjeev Maingi, and Amarjeet Gill.
And they're picketing Bill Davis, the man who practically invented the Big Blue Machine. Simply because local Liberal MPP Linda Jeffrey (and possible another, though I don't know them by sight) is on stage.
Note too that Davis is a beloved Brampton idol. I used to live there, I know. Talk to any of the older generations there about politics in the province and Davis will come up. And I'm just going to go off on a limb here and assume that Davis isn't completely cut off from the city's Tory establishment; and the three PC candidates there just picketed him.
Brilliant. Why don't you start a protest against Mike Harris next?
Let's ensure these clowns don't get a chance to enter Queen's Park. Support the Ontario Liberals and local MPPs Linda Jeffrey (Brampton-Springdale), Vic Dhillon (Brampton West), and Amrit Mangat (Mississauga-Brampton South), as well as Bramalea-Gore-Malton MPP Kuldip Kular.