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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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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.

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