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from cbc - Seven pink piglets in a makeshift pigpen were left outside Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty's constituency office on Kilborn Avenue in Ottawa Tuesday morning.

The plywood pen, which contained some bedding, was found with a note saying they were a gift to the premier, as there is no market for small pigs and animals are consequently being euthanized.

McGuinty chuckled when asked about the incident Tuesday.

He chuckled???? Are you kidding? I don't see anything funny about it

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We can all laugh when we turf McGinty out of office for standing by and not helping the pork producers...hahahaha

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