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I’d bet that the Bilderberger society didn’t know that Ossama bin Laden was a flying enthusiast.

31/05/2006

Dear member of parliament and mpp,

Do you feel immune, immune to the things that average Canadians could be prosecuted for ?

Do I need to give examples as well as evidence only to be made a fool of by those who control the police ?

I think not, instead I would simply request that the man responsible for Canada’s rape at the softwood bargaining table with the U.S. be removed from Canada’s parliament for attending “secret” Bilderberg society meetings.

Mr. Emerson is an mp and not a tycoon or magnate, what business does he have attending the “secret” meetings of billionaires ?

He and any mp or mpp should be fired by the prime minister and sued by a member of the public for attending any such meetings.

Is it a coincidence or at the very least a conflict of interest that Mr. Emerson mp cabinet minister could give up so much and pay the American’s legal bills as well, at the Canada /U.S. softwood lumber negotiations ?

I want him out of government and if Stockwell Day mp has any problem with that he can ask his wife if he should attend the upcoming “secret” Bilderberger meetings to take notes.

Boo I want to send Mr. Emerson mp back in exchange for Belinda Stronach mp.

Ooh wait a minute isn’t Ms. Stronach’s father a business Magnate ?

OK how about for Bill Graham mp or Ralph Goodale mp as far as I know they do not attend any “secret” meetings with foreigners.

I do wonder how much minister Emerson’s Bilderberger connections influenced his decision to join with his arch nemesis Stephen Harper mp after the Liberals lost the last federal election ?

Sincerely yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada

P.S. Please don’t send any secret police or friends after me, if you don’t kill me I’ll tell on you. Good Luck to you slobb, learn how to dress.

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May 31, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

So sue me.

31/05/2006

Dear members of parliament,

If we must have fixed election dates they should be every five years for two good reasons, one because the terms are five years now and two, to avoid Americanizing Canada’s parliament.

I think senators should be allowed two five year terms to a maximum of ten years and mp’s should have a twenty year limit set on the number of years they may sit in parliament, have their base salaries reduced by fifty percent and have to serve the full twenty years to collect a pension.

Most Canadians face losing their jobs every day not every election and most will never see a pension other than what they save for themselves using the ridiculous r.r.s.p.- tax the poor more program, and/or the Canada pension plan. why should mp’s or mpp’s be treated any better ?

You would get no pension from me and your pay would be reduced to thirty thousand dollar a year . Think I’m kidding ?

Some of you should be sued for defrauding the tax payers of Canada with your continual pandering to gullible poor and ignorant persons with their own tax dollars while business’s collect federal and provincial welfare and pay half as much federal income tax as workers and while average people are being worked to death by illegal employers, illegal employers, illegal employers running rampant.

Sit smugly for now.

Collect your one hundred forty thousand a year, while I spend my time working on a way to put half of you in prison, were you belong.

What was that promise I heard about “corporate welfare”? Here are two quotes for you from my memory, ” we’ll SCRAP the G.S.T.” and “we’ll END corporate welfare in this country” .

You wonder why you should have your pay reduced ? Please.

I wonder why some of you aren’t facing criminal charges and prison sentences, especially for the crimes of defrauding Canadian tax payers by the use of fraudulent information (lies).

I hope this present government will put as much effort into reforming Canada’s judiciary as they have Canada’s senate.

That bunch of incompetent losers need to be elected and face term limits more than senators do.

You have no idea how high my blood pressure gets when I write these letters, if my doctor were here she’d pull the plug on this computer force me to drink a glass of cold water.

I have two good doctors by the way and wonder if they can work seven years to qualify for a full pension. Just guessing but I wouldn’t be surprised if a member of parliament earns more in base salary for working six months a year than a doctor does for a full years work.

You do not call the police to harass me or my family girls without facing me at some point smarty pants.

Then we’ll see who gets charged with a crime.

Are you a hate criminal swinging dick, do you even know the legislation you wrote and passed into law ?

Lawsuit, when I find out which of you called the police to harass me.

I really need the money so that’s a good thing.

Sincerely Yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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May 31, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 4 Comments

Not old enough to vote ?

31/05/2006

Dear member of parliament,

That is alright because children can still support their favourite candidate for parliament with five thousand four hundred dollars from their weekly allowance.

No problem.

Joe Volpe mp doesn’t see anything wrong with taking sixty thousand dollars from the children of Drug Company executives.

Wow, is that what happens when you live in Quebec too long. Or is it actually legal to take political donations from minors who aren’t old enough too vote ?

One candidate gets over one hundred thousand dollars from one company by using children as fronts to launder the money right through the front door.

I hope business taxes will going up soon to help pay down your five hundred billion dollar debt that is costing workers in this country thirty billion dollars a year to finance.

Sincerely yours,
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* , Ontario, Canada

May 31, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

"Corporate Welfare"

Dear prime minister Stephen Harper m.p.,

Not very long ago I heard you say that you were going to put a stop to “corporate welfare” in this country.

I have heard that Canadians pay twice as much federal income tax as Canadian business, if this is true you should really consider lowering payroll taxes by fifty percent and increasing business taxes by fifty percent. Since payroll taxes are a business expense business would suffer no tax increase over some time and the federal government would not lose any revenue.

I realize that cancelling “corporate welfare” wasn’t one of your top five priorities neither was making “Quebec a Nation” .

I suppose the Bloc Quebecois doesn’t want too help eliminate “corporate welfare” due to Bombardier company and other federal tax dependant Quebec industry, so if I were you I would make doing so a confidence motion from whence losing you would unquestionably be re-elected with a very large majority.
Especially since Ontario is where the votes are and not Quebec.

Quebecer’s should not even be allowed to vote in federal elections any longer now that Quebec is a Nation.

Sincerely yours,
* *
*, Ontario, Canada

May 30, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Canada does not have a petroleum shortage.

30/05/2006
Dear member of parliament, honourable environment minister m.p., Dalton McGuinty premier of Ontario m.p.p.,

A National Post poll found that;

61% of Canadians Support Science behind Kyoto
2/3 of Canadians know Nothing about Kyoto .

Seven years and twelve billion dollars later.

I support the closing of coal fired fired polluting power plants when they can be replaced with something that isn’t as bad as nuclear power plants.
Wind turbines are a great idea but they are a terrible eyesore and need to be kept out of sight.

Bob Stobbs, executive director of the Canadian Clean Power Coalition, said coal-fired generation technology has made huge gains in recent years in terms of reduced emissions. Stobbs pointed to Epcor’s Genesee Phase 3 project in Alberta as a model of a modern coal plant that uses higher burning temperatures, fabric filters and desulphurization flues to bring emissions down to levels comparable with natural gas-fired generating plants. “The technology is out there and it’s evolving all the time. Coal is no longer dirty,” Stobbs said.
Scott Simpson, Vancouver Sun Published: Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Sincerely yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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May 30, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

This should be made illegal in Canada within the next twenty four hours. Chretien could..

Dear member(s) of parliament,

No Business, Corporation or Company in Canada should be allowed to sell a product with a chip that can be tracked outside of the store, after the product has been legally purchased.

This needs to be stopped immediately .

Yours Truly,
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*, ON

OTTAWA – Major corporations in Canada have quietly started using implanted radio chips to track the movement of products and their secretive behaviour and potential for using the technology to invade the private lives of Canadians has raised serious alarm with the federal privacy commissioner.
The technology, called radio frequency identification, or RFID, is poised to radically expand the ability of corporations to spy on customers’ shopping habits, track items in homes and allow the government to monitor the movement of immigrants.
Carly Weeks, CanWest News ServicePublished: Monday, May 29, 2006

May 29, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Publicly funding private religious schools.

29/05/2006
Dear premier of Ontario,

As a taxpayer and voter of the province of Ontario I would like to make known to you that I do support the cancelling of the Ontario private school tax credit for parents.

Catholic children meanwhile are being educated with public tax dollars while Catholic parent’s are being allowed to direct their public school taxes to their own private school board (Separate school board). As far as I know this is exclusive to Catholic’s and Catholic schools in this province.

I have noted that Kieth Norton president of the Ontario human rights commission did support your cancelling of the Ontario private school tax credit and did condemn the private school tax credit as discriminating against the public school system, while condoning publicly funding private Roman Catholic schools.

Mr. Premier would you agree that my above statement’s are fair and truthful as concerning the facts and that the government of Ontario is guilty of discriminating against all other private schools in the province of Ontario, and that the Catholic Church as a result of the provincial funding of its private schools is in receipt of public tax dollars and should therefore lose it’s status as a tax exempt charity in the province of Ontario ?

Sincerely Yours,
Not Anonymous
*, Ontario, Canada

May 29, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

CPAC is 80% franco-Canadian.

26/05/2006

Dear member of parliament,

I know that the CPAC TV station is “owned by the cable companies not the government” so therefore it is unbiased in its reporting of government news. That’s what they say.

If eighty percent of the people of Canada are non – francophone why is CPAC’s coverage the other way around, 80% french.

Wondering if John Tory mpp, previous Cable Company president and leader of Ontario’s progressive conservative party could help with this obvious discrimination on the part of this cable company owned broadcaster ?

CPAC makes the CBC look responsible and unbiased.

Just wondering if anyone else has noticed the franco takeover of CPAC television.

Sincerely yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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May 26, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 2 Comments

Secret meetings, secret meetings

24/05/2006

Dear member of parliament,

It seems that Canada’s media barons are prominent members or associates of the secret Bilderberger society.

Media coverage of the Bilderberg conference is extermely limited, as many of the ruling class media barons and their syncophants attend.”

This is the real reason those “secret” meetings are secret from the public and the real reason they should not be allowed to occur in this Country anywhere any time.

Yes, I know the Churches and movers support these types of criminal’s but I see no reason too allow this tradition to go on and also believe that the Catholic Church should lose its charitable tax status.

Sincerely Yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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May 24, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 3 Comments

Secret Societies should be illegal

24/05/2006

Dear attorney general of Canada mp,

I found this on the Internet today and thought you should know, in case such as myself you are not up on the time and place’s of all the secret society’s get togethers.

“The secretive group known as Bilderberg will hold its annual secret meeting at the posh Brook Street Resort a few miles from Ottawa, Canada, June 8-11.”

Yep that’s Ottawa Canada, I had to check twice in case that was a different Ottawa.

Ottawa hmm If I were going to hold a meeting of the worlds richest and most influential, though “secret” person’s in the whole world where would I have that meeting, hmmmmm how about Ottawa Ontario Canada, it’s out in the woods miles from anywhere and no one should bother us there.

Oh sh** I just remembered, that’s where Canada’s federal parliament is and the place is crawling with feds, and fuzz. Not where I want to hold my “secret” meetings.

Oh Canada we stand on guard for thee, while secret societies decide your future for you.

As a citizen of this “free” and “democratic” Country, who is not rich and has only one vote in any given election, it is not very nice to read the names in living colour on the Internet of some of our own members of parliament, David Emerson mp and prominent provincial politicians, Ralph Klein mpp and of our societies “leaders”, Conrad Black, on the list of Bilderberger’s close friends and associates.

Could you tell me Mr. Emerson mp how many middle class house wives or homeless vagrants belong to the Bilderberger society ?

None, or working moms or single moms or children.

It’s not that I mind you having your club of friends, but do you think that as an elected member of Canada’s parliament that perhaps belonging too or even attending the meetings of a “secret society” such as the Masons or Bilderbergers is a very wise thing to do ? Especially if the person(s) ( I presume) you are meeting with “secretly” are foreigners who’s intentions may very well be to influence your office as a public member of Canada’s federal parliament and especially as a Cabinet Minister .

Sincerely Yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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P.S. The Italian Mafia and the Hells Angels could be considered “secret” societies also and you wouldn’t associate yourself with them would you ? Didn’t work very well for Mel Lastman previous Mayor of Toronto if I remember. The Mel handshake?

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May 24, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 2 Comments

Are the Bloc Quebecois a party of “racists”?

23/05/2006

Dear member of parliament,

I see the Conservative government has a majority of the support in recent polls, over 40% of Canadians support the present federal government.

Good news because I support just about every thing this government stands for. Bad news because I’m reminded of previous governments in this country that won a majority election after election and would still be have a majority government if one of their own hadn’t pulled the plug on their great Chair(person).

This present government has betrayed Canadians by giving the racist french only Quebec separatist movement more legitimacy by allowing Quebec to have it’s own say at UNESCO.
I do not think that the average Canadian realizes what that means, and that this present federal government has said that “Quebec is a Nation”.

I know the Official Opposition or the N.D.P. can hardly raise a voice against this because of the years of avoiding the separatists and their preferred “N.a.z.i.” hunting in all the wrong places.

I see no reason for french separatists to be awarded for their constant racist, phobic, demands of a distinct society and special treatment ahead of all other provinces. The separatist movement isn’t about giving Quebecer’s equality with other provinces, this is about giving Quebecer’s equality with the federal government apart from the federal government while remaining in Canada’s federal government.

Treason.

Where do you go from there.

The only “cure” I see is too demand that Quebecer’s be removed from Canada’s federal offices, military and RCMP and stop funding the province of Quebec with federal tax dollars then ask the Bloc Quebecois to kindly leave Canada’s federal parliament and then declare war upon the “Nation of the Quebecois” and finish what they started and already finished once before, (1763).

Sincerely Yours,
*
* , Ontario, Canada

Franco-racist Quebecer’s

May 23, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 2 Comments

What has the Bloc done for you lately ?

Dear Conservative member of parliament,
Help pass a budget that would have cost the Liberals more to shoot down than it would cost you to let it get shot down.(I think proof reading my letters before mailing would be a good idea, may not help much though) Of course that can only be considered speculation on my part now.
There is no other party in Canada’s federal parliament that is their specifically to represent the people and policies of one province.
The Bloc Quebecois separatist party is the only political party in Canada that I know of who’s intended purpose is to take everything they can for one province in Canada.
Personally I think this provincial party in Canada’s federal government is not the fruit of oppression or racist or discriminatory treatment of french Canadians but actually the fruit of years and decades maybe centuries of pandering to a minority for the sake of a few extra votes, and really to the detriment of the rest of Canada as is evidenced by the continual threats of Quebec separation, the Bloc Quebecois and a failed, useless, pointless expensive federal bilingual policy.
I say you should pull the plug on federal bilingualism a.s.a.p.,maybe after the next election, and reintroduce Quebec’s french population to their ethnic neighbours. Including of course uni-lingual english speaking Canada.
Sincerely Yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada

May 19, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

The Bloc isn’t helping.

18/05/2006
Dear Conservative member of parliament,
After handing Quebec such a huge plum as UNESCO I would have expected more of them than just supporting the budget.
I would at least expect them to support dismantling completely the federal gun registry and keeping the Afghanistan mission, but no.
The least they could do for what they got from you.
I say we pull the plug on the French CBC to return the favour and stop funding any bilingualism with federal tax dollars, the least we could do to return the favour.
We should also consider stopping federal transfers, and removing Quebecer’s from federal offices and the military, now that “Quebec is a Nation”
At least.
Sincerely Yours,
*
*, Ontario, Canada
Another uni-lingual Canadian.

May 18, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Leopard II battle tank beats out M1A1.

17/05/2006
Dear member of parliament and the honourable minister of defence,
I was watching on t.v. top tanks of all time last evening and noted that the German/European Leopard II beat out the American jet propelled M1Abrams- A1.
Just thought I would pass this along in case your shopping for some first rate off the shelf equipment and happened to miss the history channel last night.
Sincerely Yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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P.S. I do not have much else to do since being left homeless and unemployed by my last half dozen illegal, criminal, Canadian “temp.” employer’s.

May 17, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Federal Gun Registry.

Dear member of parliament,
I posted this as a comment to a blogger, re :”whining gun owners”.
The point is the Conservative’s kept a very scary promise to Quebec giving them special treatment and haven’t scrapped what they called a “billion dollar boondoggle”. F.Y.I. all guns are registered in the province they are bought when purchased legally, as cars and dogs.This registry is a federal registry redundant, unneeded and costing hundreds of millions of tax dollars for nothing ! Helps to hear the facts of a case before we can make a reasoned decision. EVERY GUN PURCHASED LEGALLY IS REGISTERED IN THE PROVINCE IT WAS PURCHASED. A billion dollars later.
Gperson
Added note: I hope you do not presume that those who own or purchase illegal guns have registered them, because that would be very unlikely, and even if they did, so what. What does registering a gun do anyway except give police and society a FALSE sense of security?

May 17, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 1 Comment

I’m getting some crazy information.

17/05/2006
Dear honourable minister of finance, m.p.,
I am either the stupidest person that ever lived or the second most gullible, I can not believe that I was told a least three different times and places that you were raising the lowest income tax rate by one half per cent.
This is nuts, I’ll never believe another blogger as long as I live.
Of course if I had read your web page I would have known this was a fabrication much sooner.
Ouch to me, I do apologize for some previous statements of mine.
Personally I think that a half percent decrease is far to little to be of any real help for those earning under thirty thousand dollars a year and are really just barely surviving from pay cheque to pay cheque and are much of the source of the Liberal social spenders constant pandering with welfare funding promises for everything from child care and environmental spending to E.I. funding for stay at home new parent(s) and baby bonuses.
People earning under thirty thousand dollars a year need to be removed from provincial and federal tax rolls altogether and you could do your part and set an example by doing that very thing and increasing business taxes by an equal amount and knowing that payroll taxes are a business expense realize that over a little time their would be no extra cost to business or loss of revenue to the government.
If only you had noticed this pre budget you would have a majority support without Liberals, NDP or Separatists, too late now.
Yours Truly,
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* , Ontario, Canada
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May 17, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Best way for the government to support child care.

17/05/2006
Dear minister of human resources and social development, the honourable Diane Finley m.p.,
The first thing to do is to stop using unemployment insurance as a stay at home supplement for new mothers, second lower U.I. premiums then change the name of E.I. back to U.I., lower taxes on the working poor, those who are paying double federal taxes as businesses.
Once all the things above are done people could afford to care for their own children, all one point four of them.
My federal taxes will go down fifty percent and business’s will increase fifty percent with a zero net cost to business over time because my taxes are an expense to my employer.
I know you are probably a little busy with Brian Mulroney’s bed pan and faith based initiatives to do anything that would actually fit your pre election platform.
Sorry I can’t be their, perhaps Canada would still be a country.
Sincerely Yours,
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* , Ontario, Canada
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May 17, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

The big charade.

15/05/2006
Dear minister in charge of spending tax dollars to spread bilingualism, ?
Their are allot more than two languages spoken in Canada , so for starters bilingualism is discriminatory, of course Canada being largely of British decent, English is the only appropriate language to have as an official language unless you want to make every language an official language.
Why is Canada in this rut of spreading french across the country while Quebec recognizes french only, very strange “bilingual” policy.
I would like the CBC put out of business starting with all french programing, Quebecers removed from Canada’s military and federal bilingual policy abandoned completely and forever.
It is a racist, discriminating policy not unlike Ontario’s funding of private Catholic schools with public tax dollars to the exclusion of all other private schools.
“Quebec is a Nation” now so their is no need to carry on with this big charade.
Sincerely Yours,
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* , Ontario, Canada
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May 15, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 3 Comments

Who’s paying for your private school education ?

15/05/2006
Dear Ontario minister of education, Sandra Pupatello m.p.p.,
Knowing that a large part of your government’s platform is equality, anti -racism and anti-hate propaganda per Canada’s new hate crime legislation, I presume that you have prepared Ontario’s plan to stop the hateful racist unequal practise of publicly funding Ontario’s religious Catholic schools with public tax dollars and the hateful racist discriminatory practise of allowing Ontario’s Catholic population to avoid paying public school taxes. The R.C.M.P. need to open an investigation into Ontario’s racist, hateful, discriminatory practise of funding private Catholic religious schools with public tax dollars to the exclusion of all others. Canada’s minister of justice and the attorney general of Ontario may consider this my formal complaint, of Ontario’s racist, hateful, discriminatory practise of publicly funding one religion to the exclusion of all others with public tax dollars. Yours Truly,
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* , Ontario, Canada
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May 15, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 4 Comments

American wannabe’s, Quebec sellouts and our newest old style Conservative government,(very progressive)

15/05/2006
Dear member of parliament,
As you may have noticed from above subject someone isn’t very pleased with the David Emerson/Brian Mulroney Conservative policy of this new government.
“In the first 100 days”
We have utterly betrayed Canada and Canadian sovereignty to Americans over a Liberal softwood lumber problem.
We have sold out Canada to the Bloc Quebecois separatist party.
We have raised taxes on the poorest, most needy, and least able to afford to pay more taxes.
What next, a movement to reinstall Brian Mulroney, perhaps as Canada’s new sovereign.
With governing like this in the first 100 days, one can only fear what might be next.
I do not understand how such smart people can be so deceitful and stupid.
This government certainly is following the Joe Clarke, Brian Mulroney, John Tory, Ralph Klein style of “Conservatism” as opposed to a Mike Harris or Preston Manning.
Have an opportunity and turn it into a win for Liberals (Emerson), Americans (Brian Mulroney) and Separatists (Bloc Quebecois and Ralph Klein) every possible chance we get.
Sincerely Yours,
*
* , Ontario, Canada
Losers just sell the Country to the lowest bidder and get it over with, I can’t take the suspense anymore !

May 15, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 3 Comments

Prince Ralph, "his oil" and Separatists.

Dear member of parliament,
Ralph Kleown is as much a separtist as Gilles Duceppe in my opinion and is the cause of the Conservative party losing the 2004 federal election, his mouth can’t stop spewing queeny drivel and hostile health reforms that did cost the federal Conservatives dearly especially in Ontario and Quebec.
Enough playing with this provincial troll and start demanding transfer payments from Alberta’s natural resources.
As far as I know transfer payments paid to the federal government are not based on population but on revenue. Transfers paid to a province may be determined by population and revenue.
Certainly this should be the way transfers are determined.
Clearly now that “Quebec is a Nation” it should no longer fit in to the federal transfer plan.This should save the rest of Canada alot of transfer taxation funding.
Alberta needs to shoot shovel and shutup, Queen Ralph.
Sincerely Yours,
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* , Ontario, Canada
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May 12, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Werner pEtAls and the three S’s.

He actualy thinks we read his stuff.
I know it is painful to read the scribblings of a publicly educated Ontarian, but isn’t it enough that you chastise myself without posting to the blog exchange.
That is just cheap and something I would find more apropriate from an Alberta shit shoveler or hyphenated racist.
Remember Queen Ralph’s famous words next time Dr. Vernor, shoot shovel AND SHUTUP.

Get lost, troll
You are not welcome on my blog. You don’t comply with the site’s comment policy, and so any message you post will be deleted. Since you cannot comment like a reasonable adult and always have to resort to foul language and insults, you will not be allowed to participate.
In other words, get lost, you troll, and grow up.
Werner Patels
http://www.wernerpatels.com/

May 11, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 1 Comment

"Workplace bullies tend to be women."

11/05/2006
Dear member of parliament,
The above is an actual news headline and does remind me of one of the female labour officers I had to deal with in Waterloo Ontario, while I was trying to get paid for some orientation time I spent at my employers place of business. I have never been paid by the way. She was very much a bully and thought herself smarter than the average truck driver, I don’t think she thinks that now, as I heard she did have to undergo some further job training herself, I’m sure she was paid for her training though.
Yours Truly,
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* Ontario, Canada
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P.S. No amount of training can possibly help these people unless fundamental reading of the english language is included as a part of their training.
Their is no use training and training when your employee isn’t even able to read.

May 11, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Pandering with welfare handouts.

11/05/2006
Dear the honourable minister of finance James Flaherty m.p.,
Lowering the GST is avery good move but in no way is something meant to benefit the working poor, raising their taxes half a percent is very progressive but at the same time very retro – gressive. Not for welfare yuppies and those who prefer to pander with welfare handouts, but for the poorest of our society who actually make up a very large block of electors.
As is evidenced by the NDP’s steep increase at the ballot box last election.
I do hear that Preston Manning is considering running for Premier of Alberta and do wonder if he would rather consider leadership of this federal “Conservative” Party, at the next opportunity.
I’ll cross my fingers.
Sincerely Yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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May 11, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

E.I. ,welfare begging yuppies and criminal employers.

11/05/2006
Dear members of parliament,
Employment insurance used to be called unemployment insurance and was originally intended to help those who worked in seasonal employment.
Now it is another welfare plan for tax sucking welfare yuppies to help them stay at home and take care of their children for two years.
Sorry that’s very nice but not what unemployment insurance is meant for at all.
Taxing Liberal pandering to the middle class welfare yuppie.
Try getting “E.I.” when your employer robs from you and then lies to IE. personnel when they call to check your reason for leaving. I actually had one employer temp. employer accuse me of being a racist to the IE. people when I lived in Waterloo Ontario and I was declined IE. benefits as a result.
No lie.
That employer also still owes me seven hundred dollars for a week of “orientation”.
You really are responsible for this bad employer behaviour because this employer I referred to is actually hiring illegally under the Canada Labour code and does so to this day.
You know that full well.
Sincerely Yours,
I have already spent five years providing you with da proof.
daproof is daproof is daproof,
You won’t be doing me any favour do your job or go away,
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* , Ontario, Canada
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May 11, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Top five priorities did not include betraying Canadians.

13/05/2006
Dear honourable minister of ?, sorry I do not know who is in charge of federal sellouts these days,
One of this Conservative government’s top five priorities is accountability. To who or what now that “Quebec is a Nation” and having their citizens still in Canada’s parliament are they accountable too? I would say that regarding the UNESCO deal with Quebec that Canada is getting shafted as usual by Quebecer’s and I find this unacceptable.
Everything in this country revolves around Quebec, we do not go one day in this country without some kind of Quebec issue being discussed. What other province has so much discussion in Canada’s federal parliament ?
Can we stop the pandering to the Province of Quebec and drop federal bilingualism, force the Province of Quebec to adopt bilingualism or english only and stop selling the rest of Canadians out to this self interest only Province. Or is it too late ?
I would rather hear the squawking of Libby Davies m.p. as hear this constant Quebec is special propaganda.
Quebec is treated too well in this country .
It is sickening.
I did expect better from a party made up of and led by Westerners, I really did.
Perhaps Ralph Klein was at the bargaining table, first we take Manhattan then we take Ontario.
Or something like that.
Still no word on the citizens of the “Nation of Quebec” being ejected, removed or displaced in Canada’s house of commons and federal government offices and military. ?
Sincerely Yours,
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* , Ontario, Canada
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May 11, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Federal score: Conservatives 120%, BQ 10%, Liberals 0%, NDP ?


10/05/2006
Dear new democratic member of parliament,
Your party should more rightly be called the SIP., special interest party, because you really do not represent Canadian labour or average working people , though you try very hard to portray such.
You spend too much time lieing and looking for little Hitlers to be considered legitimate and should in my opinion be cast out of parliament along with your previous number one supporter Buzz Hargrove.
You want to make anyone who doesn’t agree with you a racist or a criminal if you can, that just proves how low and debased your party is that it supports this kind of slinking behaviour.
I find your party politics disturbing and unjust to the standard of the real New Democrat’s who defend workers and labourers not special interest fly by night schemer’s who use you to abuse the parliament of Canada.
Sincerely Yours,
“Homophobic”, “sexist”, “racist”, “bigot”
“Homeless” person, w/shelter now that I have sold my car to pay the
rent.
The NDP have not done anything except lie. Child daycare
funding is one good example, surplus tax dollars are not for fairy tale
spending promises.
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* , Ontario, Canada,
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May 10, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Was that a five or six point plan ?

This federal government has pandered not to the debased and perverse, as our previous federal government(s) this government must pander to Quebecer’s. I DO NOT see making “Quebec a Nation” listed as one of the Conservative party’s top five priorities for Canada ! Sorry, did I miss something ? I did not see any need whatsoever for the Conservative party of Canada to conspire with the Bloc Quebecois to stay in government. Governments should succeed or fail on merit, ours has failed. “Quebec is a Nation”, these are the words of Canada’s prime minister heard by me, myself and I Friday May 05, 2006. No word on Quebecer’s leaving Canada’s parliament and military, paying off their share of the federal debt or having their federal welfare cut off. No, just “Quebec is a Nation”, happy days. Must be nice for Quebecer’s to have their cake, their neighbour’s cake, the icing and eat it too.
c voo play

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"Quebec is a Nation"

This federal government has pandered not to the debased and perverse as our previous federal government(s) this government must pander to Quebecer’s.
I DO NOT see making “Quebec a Nation” listed as one of the Conservative party’s top five priorities for Canada ! Sorry, did I miss something ?
I did not see any need whatsoever for the Conservative party of Canada to conspire with the Bloc Quebecois to maintain government. Governments should succeed or fail on merit, ours has failed.
“Quebec is a Nation”, these are the words of Canada’s prime minister heard by me, myself and I Friday May 05, 2006.
No word on Quebecer’s leaving Canada’s parliament and military, paying off their share of the federal debt or having their federal welfare cut off.
No, just “Quebec is a Nation” happy days.
Must be nice for Quebec to have the cake, their neighbour’s cake, the icing and eat it too. c voo play

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Another pandering federal government.

10/05/2006
Dear member of Parliament,
This time it is not to the debased and perverse no, this time we must pander to Quebecer’s.
I DO NOT see making “Quebec a Nation” listed as one of the Conservatives top five priorities for Canada !
Sorry did I miss something somewhere ?
I do not see any need whatsoever for the Conservative party of Canada to conspire with the Bloc Quebecois to maintain government. Governments succeed on merit sir(s) you have failed.
“Quebec is a Nation” these are the words of Canada’s prime minister heard by me myself and I Friday May 05, 2006.
No word on Quebecer’s leaving Canada’s parliament paying off their share of the federal debt or having their federal welfare cut off.
Nope just “Quebec is a Nation” happy days.
Must be nice to have the cake your neighbours cake the icing and eat it too. c voo play
Sincerely Yours,
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* Ontario, Canada
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Trudaeu did smoke too much pot.

09/05/2006
Dear member of parliament,
I came across this article on the Internet entitled – Harper pressured to implement Trudeau’s vision.
“As Trudeau’s thinking argued, if Canada is a genuine federation, and if the Québécois are to truly believe that all of Canada is their rightful homeland, surely someone from Gatineau or Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu should be able to travel virtually anywhere in the country (whether it be BC, PEI or the Yukon) and be able to receive government services in the French language (even if only a minuscule percentage of the population there actually speaks it).”

Trudeau really did smoke too much pot !
Can any Canadian travel to Quebec City and receive all the same services in English, Quebec is not even officially bilingual.
Everything is for Quebecer’s, I think it is high time that we stop pandering to a group of racist separatists and take Quebec back !
Starting by removing all Quebecers from Canada’s federal government and military.
Sincerely Yours,
Unilingual Canadian also,
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* , Ontario, Canada
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May 9, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Canada’s national public broadcaster.

09/05/2006
Dear member of parliament,
The CBC in my opinion is a festering leftist wart that should be “cured”. I know that doctors say warts can not be cured but something has to be done with this left facing fester.
I did submit the following to the editor of a CBC story…
I would hardly call that “eating crow” and while I am writing I would like to say that the CBC should have its federal funding plug pulled permanently and be replaced with some responsible media.

Sincerely Yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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Federal transfers to the Nation of Quebec. Big Payola Case Uncovered

09/05/2006
Dear minister of finance the honourable James Flaherty m.p.,
In light of recent news that “Quebec is a Nation” should our federal government continue to support Quebec with federal tax dollars and indeed could it even be illegal for our federal government to continue funding this “Nation” with public tax dollars ?
Yours Truly,
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* , Ontario, Canada
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Should Quebecer’s be removed from Canada’s government and military ?


09/05/2006
Dear minister of national defence the honourable Gordon OConner m.p.,
Now that “Quebec is a Nation” would it be wise and prudent for Quebecer’s to be removed from Canada’s government (offices) and military and might it be unlawful for yourself and Canada’s honourable ministers to not take necessary steps to safeguard Canada’s security at this time ?
Sincerely Yours,
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* , Ontario, Canada
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I am officialy dead now. You may ask the Toronto police detective to stop looking for me.

08/05/2006
Dear member of parliament,
I am not sure what one must do to ensure they have a cencus to fill out or be considered dead. At least this is what I have heard and still hear on the internet.
Being a homeless person who has no fixed address other than a post office box, purchased while I was working, I guess I must die. My employment requires me to cross the border into the U.S.and if I should become employed in Canada’s federaly regulated trucking industy again would I then suddenly come back to life or will I still be a dead person and hence not a citizen ?
I could then technicaly be arrested and put in prison in the U.S. or Canada for being an illegal alien.
Yours Truly,
One of many of “the less fortunate”
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* , Ontario, Canada
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May 8, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Nice Flag.


Quebec is now a Nation or so I have heard, as of Friday May 05, 2006.
No word on cutting off Quebec’s federal subsidies as yet.
This is Quebec’s official provincial flag though has never flown.

May 8, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 2 Comments

Quebec Blue Ensign, official after 1929.


Has anyone else heard Quebec’s special status has reached Nationhood in Canada as of Friday May 05, 2006 yet still no word on cutting off their federal welfare.
This is Quebec’s official flag though has never flown in the wind.

May 8, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Taxes, taxes, taxes and social welfare.

08/05/2006
Dear honourable minister of finance m.p.,
The “working poor” of this country would get along far better if they weren’t paying twice as much federal income tax as Canadian Industry.
There really isn’t any point in discussing child care and other social benefits until this “newly discovered” fiscal imbalance is addressed.
The United States government(s) spend twice as much tax dollars on corporate subsidies as they do on national social welfare. I do not know what the rate for corporate – social government welfare spending in Canada is, possibly one of our faithful NDP or Liberal official opposition members could look into this inexcusable employee tax difference and the government Corporate welfare spending ratio.
Before you discuss child poverty and child daycare needs.
I haven’t seen or heard anyone introducing a bill to lower m.p. salaries by fifty to seventy percent to bring in wage equality among the citizens of Canada and their elected representatives.
Yours Truly,
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P.S. One hundred eighty five dollars a month is what you get in the province of Ontario to live on plus three hundred thirty five dollars for shelter if you can find any for that price, if not you get nothing.
Which reminds me that renters pay three to five times more municipal taxes a year than do home owners and tend to be lower income earners for the most part.
I’m really not hearing this from the Liberals or the N.D.P., I can’t even begin to wonder why. They have allot to say when it comes to spending tax dollars but not not when it comes to saving workers thousands in overpaid taxes.
Where is the fifty billion dollar E.I. surplus? Is it still in the bank or has it also disappeared through some Quebec spending scandal ??

May 8, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

What a bunch of losers.

06/05/2006
Dear members of parliament,
Never were so few given so much and have done so little, as has this “Conservative” governments budget, particularly for the “working poor”.
No worse than budgets previous yet stinky as the usual pander and punish the poor, we’ve already seen all that honourable finance minister.I hoped for better of you and am still willing to give you the benefit of any small doubt, though after years in Ontario parliament I am certain that you may not posses the needed requirements for passing a sane budget. I really do understand that much of being from this province.
Sincerely Yours,
***** ******
*******, Ontario, Canada
P.S. Raising taxes on those who already pay the most tax and receive the least benefits of this society is cruel as far as I’m concerned and disgusting.

May 6, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Has anyone seen my old Flag ?

Apparently the Royal Union Flag of Great Britain is no longer and has been replaced with the European Union flag as I can not find the Great Britian flag @ 3D flags.com.

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Prince Ralph and his oil.

05/05/2006
Dear member of parliament,
The United States government owns all of the rights to resources found in every state and doesn’t ask for transfers it takes them.
Ralph Klein should be grateful not stingy.
Sheik Ralph needs to pay up and so does Newfoundland and everybody else including Ontario and play on equal terms or don’t play at all..
Yours truly,
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, Ontario, Canada
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May 5, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Champaign and Cavier.

05/05/2006
Dear member of parliament,
Is that what we feed our federal inmates, because how else could it cost fifty two thousand dollars per year to keep one inmate in prison ?
Satin sheets maybe ?
Something is costing an awful lot of tax dollars and really if the province can feed and clothe and house one individual for six thousand three hundred dollars a year, why would it cost fifty two thousand dollars to keep a convicted criminal ?
I am sure you can explain how you spend that much on keeping a criminal behind bars but could you then explain how it only costs the province six thousand dollars a year to keep one person who isn’t a convicted criminal ?
I would suggest a happy median might be found somewhere between the two say around the sixteen thousand dollar range just to equal and fair things out.
Sincerely Yours,
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, Ontario, Canada
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May 5, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 2 Comments

Fifty two thousand a year.


05/05/2006
Dear member of parliament, honourable minister of finance honourable minister of justice,
I went to the welfare office recently in my town and today after three days with no food or shelter received a generous sum of are you ready for this, no not fifty two thousand dollars the amount the government spends to keep one person in prison. I who through no falt of my own have been left homeless and without work hence income recieved one hundred and eighty five dollars, for the month of May, for something I am grateful, but when I read that the government spends fifty two thousand dollars to house and feed one convicted criminal for a year I really have to wonder.
Sincerely Yours,
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, Ontario, Canada
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May 5, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 2 Comments

Importing labour from Russia while hundreds of Canadian workers collect welfare.

May 05/ 2006
Dear member of parliament,
The following article I lifted from the Internet some time ago and does remind me very much of the way my employer(s) behave in the federally regulated trucking industry in Canada.
Treat workers like second hand shit and complain to the government that their is a “driver shortage”. I can assure the good members of our governments that their is absolutely not a truck driver shortage in this country and if our elected members could find it within there shirts to do their job we would see a vast improvement in the working conditions in this country.!!!!!!! I have only said this about a hundred times but I think what really agitates me is that today another someone informed me that someone told him there was a truck driver shortage and that their are lots of jobs.
There are alot of jobs if you want to work for thieves who steal from their employees and then blame their employee for getting robbed. The truth.
Sincerely Yours,

, Ontario, Canada

Article-The St. John’s company that has hired Russian workers for a lobster plant in Prince Edward Island says importing foreign workers may be the wave of the future – even with hundreds of unemployed fish plant workers in Atlantic Canada.
Blaine Sullivan, an executive with Ocean Choice, said the company has recruited consistently for two years, but had no choice but to turn to Russia for staff to run its Souris, P.E.I., plant for the next eight months.

Fisheries companies are having chronic troubles recruiting younger workers. (CBC)Sullivan said labour shortages in the seafood industry have been chronic, in part because many fish plant workers are older and reluctant to relocate.
“Based on an agageingorkforce in the fishery here, in seafood jobs, it’s quite likely … we could continue to face labour shortages,” said Sullivan, adding it is difficult for some families to relocate, especially if a spouse is working.
Ocean Choice, a division of the St. John’s-based Penney Group, has recruited in Newfoundland communities where shellfish plants have been idle. Scores of Newfoundlanders have taken the company up on its offer, but not enough.
FROM MAY 3, 2006: Penney company recruits

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Bye Bye Quebecer.

05/05/2006
Dear members of parliament,
Isn’t distinct society what Liberals and the Bloc Quebecois have called racism. Forgive me if I’m wrong but isn’t being separate in a pluralistic society racist and discriminatory according to the human rights code?
Why does Canada do so much for Quebec, if Quebec is so distinct the first thing we should do to help them distinguish themselves is STOP federal transfer payments to that oh so needy yet so very distinct Franco non racist society of whining welfare pandering separatists.
What a rip off for the rest of Canadians who pay for Quebec’s welfare, child care and health care through transfer payments.
Ontario should refuse to pay their share to the federal government until Quebec and Ontario and all the other provinces play on an equal playing field.
STUPID and racist it is giving Quebec any special status..
Yours Truly,
***** ******
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*******, Ontario, Canada
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There is nothing neo about this Conservative budget.

04/05/2006
Dear member of parliament,
This budget is as old as Jean Chretien m.p., Brian Mulroney m.p., Joe Clarke m.p.and Alexa McDonough m.p. put together,
Neo – Liberal yes, but definitely not neo – Conservative.
As neo as the fiscal imbalance as old as Jonn A. MacDonald.
The fiscal imbalance is older than Pierre Trudeau’s cigarette butt and all of sudden it’s new too.
The neo-est thing I see in this parliament are the Liberals trying to play Conservative politics, that’s neo conservative and stinks.
Yours Truly,
Neo – Conservative homeless person,
***** *. ******
** *** ***
*******, Ontario, Canada
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P.S. The Liberals should get out of parliament and go play in a sand box no one needs their pretend concerns and cares. They had fifteen years to fix a”fiscal imbalance” and fifteen years to address child care and child poverty, go away stinky neo – Liberal (Communist).

May 4, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

.5% tax increase plus 200 dollars a year minus life as we know it, equals ?

04/05/2006
Dear members of parliament,
Deplorable, unforgivable, unnecessary, ignorant, and possibly even cruel, that is what raising income taxes on the poorest of our society in the latest budget is and could cost this government the support not only of many electors but also of there number one fan.
You do vote pander with welfare handouts to get elected and then shaft the little guy, I did expect better of this present government after fifteen years opposite the panderers of all panderers.
This .5 % tax increase on the working poorer is more of the same trash governing that we in Ontario see all to much of, I expected better from Harper.
Are you sure Mr. Emerson or Brian Mulroney didn’t write this budget, because it wreaks of the same old same old.
Give a little take a lot and from those who are least able to pay.
Par.
Sincerely Yours,
***** *. ******
** *** ***
*******, Ontario, Canada
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P.S. Thanks for the lowering the GST that should save me 800.00 big ones on my next Lexus. Except now that my income taxes have increased by half a percent I’m afraid the Lexus dealer may have to wait, maybe Buzz Hargrove would finance it for me.

May 4, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

MayDay

May 01, 2006
Dear minister of finance James Flaherty m.p.,
Though lowering business taxes is a good idea and is a part of your election platform, in light of the recent news I did read that Canadian workers do pay twice as much federal income tax as businesses and that you do need the votes especially in Ontario which extravagantly overpays in transfer payments (considering Ontario doesn’t get any exemptions and other provinces do) to the federal government and that lowering taxes directly on the working poor is better than returning it to the province of Ontario.
Business are overtaxed by municipalities and Provinces not by the federal government compared with workers who pay twice as much federal income tax and should have their fare share lowered by fifty percent to offset this real fiscal imbalance.
Lowering the GST in no way is something that should be meant to benefit the working poor, who will benefit though very very minimally, the greatest savings will be to business and wealthy persons which shall see increased purchases and lower costs as a result of the lower GST.
I think your promise to lower the GST was enough to secure your election win and that lowering the GST does lower business tax and increases sales for business. Lowering the GST is a great idea, why didn’t I think of that : ) and helps everyone except those who need help the most and do continually pander for more and do elect socialists.
In my own opinion, speaking as one who supported the Reform Party in 1993, and Stephen Harper in 2006, business taxes should go up 100 percent ( you read that correctly) and employee federal payroll taxes should be immediately reduced by at least fifty percent, also.****
The real reason Mr. Blaikie m.p. and Bill Graham m.p. the working class are eating their own shoe leather, while the rich ( that’s you) eat caviar.
Canada’s top two percent of Canadian income earners.
That really does not say a whole lot other than how poorly paid the average Canadian really must be if your in the top two percent of earners.
Yours Truly,
***** *. ******
** *** ***
*******, Ontario, Canada
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May 1, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment