Are you stealing from me ?

Subject: It is getting close to Christmas. Merry Christmas. Can I still say that ?
December 15, 2006
Dear member of parliament for *-*, * * * .*.,
I have been working in the federally regulated trucking industry (with some time spent as a taxi driver) in Canada for over twenty years now.
Some things have changed for the better over this time including improvements in equipment due mostly to the Harris government crack down on unsafe commercial vehicles and enforcement of the hours of service regulations, which I would like to say has not brought any financial hardship to the workers in this industry but rather improved working conditions and better compensation in my opinion.
Unfortunately some employers, actually many, try to skirt around the law especially when it comes to some labour practises.
Such as the hiring of temporary employees for more than six months or laying “temps.” off only to rehire, then layoff again and rehire and the hiring of “owner operators” and leasing of commercial vehicles to drivers in order to avoid the responsibility of most of Canada’s other employers have as employers, I say other but I really can not think of any except for some provincially regulated Taxi employers who commit these same illegal and in some cases criminal practises.
What can you as my member of parliament do about these illegal practises of some employers who without the enforcement of existing labour and revenue law will and do persist in these fraudulent and criminal (failing to deduct and remit income taxes) practises ?
I literally see no future for myself in this industry as long as these “bastard” employers are allowed to go on unchecked and even accomplissed by the federal government.
Maybe if you wait a little longer though this should no longer be “your problem” since it sounds like a federal election is not far off, also because this government may be working with some rogue elements in our society along with some present and ex politicians to insure that this country shall become a part of the United States of America termed “North America Union” to take place within the next five years.
Surely hope you won’t wait that long though.
Stockwell Day m.p. minister of public safety would know more about this than I or should.
Maybe you should ask without forgeting my problem please.
Sincerely Yours,
*,Ontario, Canada


December 15, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Liberals lead Conservatives in Quebec (may it be so for all time)

Though this may mean more pandering from our government to ensure that the Quebecois get even more support from you Ontario and Alberta taxpayer.
Some things haven’t changed much. Hi Brian Mulroney.
With the support that the Conservatives have in the west they only need to satisfy Ontario to ensure a victory and I would add the great possibility of a majority from whence “Quebec” should receive much of what it has “been askin for”.
All in favour, say Ontario voters vote for tax cuts to “the working poor” and cuts to corporate welfare and that James Flaherty would make a great back bencher.
Sorry I’m really not sure who we like for finance, Paul Martin minus the Quebec vi’s. missing money “issue”.
Monte Solberg but he’s “a little young” and maybe some conflict with his “heritage” ?


Sorry I’m all Blanks.

I’ll dredge on google.

My list of favourites (after googling) for finance minister if there should happen to be an opening are;
I reserve the right to update my choice in the event of any further information.

1.Breitkreuz, Garry

Tied for second place are Diane Ablonzcy and Bev Oda.

My reasons are to many to list from “a shortage of qualified minority and woman mp’s” to conflicts and those most qualified.

I think Stockwell Day would make a super back bench mp as long as he has no direct influence or connection with any minister or ministry, whatsoever. Same goes for any elected member of Canada’s parliaments who supports a “new world order” or “American Union” which may be contrary to the Constitution and the law.

Section 128 of the Constitution Act, 1867 indicates as follows:

Every member of the Senate and the House of Commons of Canada shall before taking his Seat therein take and subscribe before the Governor General or some Person authorized by him, and every Member of a Legislative Council or Legislative Assembly of any Province shall before the Lieutenant Governor of the Province or some Person authorized by him, the Oath of Allegiance contained in the Fifth Schedule to this Act; .

The oath set out in the Fifth Schedule reads as follows:

I, A.B. do swear, That I will be faithful and bear true Allegiance to Her Majesty… [Elizabeth II].

According to the Sixth Edition of Beauchesne’s Rules & Forms of the House of Commons of Canada:

Should a member violate his oath he [or she] would be amenable to the penalty of not being allowed to sit in the House of Commons. He [or she] may be suspended from taking part in the sittings while still remaining a member of Parliament, or, in a case of extreme gravity, a Bill might be passed to annul his election…

December 15, 2006 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 2 Comments

They were elected in 2006 !

By 2007 have caused this to occur or so the story goes,

Mel Hurtig, the founder of the Council of Canadians, and also a variety of other reliable sources including veteran CNN anchor Lou Dobbs, now reveal that senior elected representatives and advisors to the Conservative Party, are currently planning a scheme that would hand over Canada to the Bush regime by 2007. The official name for this scheme, is called “North American Union”.

Sorry I really don’t think that Stephen Harper works miracles though compared to the previous twelve years one might be forgiven for the confusion.

“They set up a Task Force that had John Manley as a co-chair.”

What’s worse committing the “crime” or trying to blame it on someone else, especially something this serious ?

Liberals hiding behind terms such as “socially progressive” are as socially regressive as the Bloc Quebecois with 5 steps forward to accomplish 1 back.

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