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Credits or Taxes

Subject: Carbon tax makes more sense than a carbon credit.
February 28, 2007
Dear member of parliament, * ,
A tax on polluters makes more sense to me than a carbon credit for those who don’t pollute and can sell that credit to those who do for a profit which allows the polluters to keep on polluting.
Any taxes collected from a carbon tax should go directly to the treasury for direction and not under
any circumstance should these tax dollars go to any agencies or groups.
Corporations have been getting a free ride for too long and should not be profiting from lowering ghg emissions as the case with the carbon credit exchange of the Kyoto Protocol.
Sincerely yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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February 28, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Going up ?!

‘The federal government is asking Parliamentary approval to spend $97.4-billion on social programs, an increase of 7.7 per cent or $7-billion from fiscal 2007.Spending on social programs as a portion of all government spending continues to rise, as well. In fiscal 2008, 46.3 cents of every dollar Ottawa spends will be go to social programs, up from 45.5 cents of every dollar in the current fiscal year, which ends on March 31 and up from 44.8 cents in fiscal 2006.’

“To do income splitting would be about $5 billion and it doesn’t appear we have the fiscal room to move on that in this particular budget,” a senior government official told The Globe and Mail.

February 27, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Where is your head ?

Subject: Who votes for you ?
February 27, 2007
Dear member of parliament, *,
It should be important to this government to concern themselves with things that benefit Canadians, as opposed to opposition parties who might support “the” agenda.
Canada has suffered through thirteen years of a pandering, Liberal, lie, fest.Their government was successfully elected to the highest office by accusing
opposition of “racism” being “Nazis”, “homophobes” and “anti women”, etc, etc.,.
Lets not forget that the Bloc Quebecois will support any party that will give to Quebec more than their fair share.
Your government may be losing focus in light of the contention faced by some rude and possibly even criminal demands of certain members of parliament who want what is best for them and not for Canada.
The vote held making “the Quebecois a nation” being an example among others, which the government voted ninety percent in favour of something that seventy per cent of Canadians did not favour.
This is really a failure on the part of government, needless and uncalled for, as was the successful vote to not revisit same-sex marriage. Just two failures I know of occurring in this government, the result of needing to please the above mentioned opposition parties, where their is no need to do so, at all and is probably a reflection of the leadership or lack of in this government.
We don’t need or want twenty more years of Liberal election wins by default.
Canadians want government that works for them not for the NDP or for the Block Quebecois or for the Liberal Party of Canada.
Hoping the march budget will consider those Canadians that go to the polls, as opposed to those that hold the polls.
I can tell you that what I’m reading in the news isn’t looking very good for you when election time comes.
Reducing the corporate tax levy while minimum wage earners still pay income taxes ?
I think Canadians need to understand that workers spend the money and purchase the products made by business, that’s why lowering payroll taxes, which are a business expense, is the best corporate tax reduction.
This government needs to get their heads out of their own asses instead of letting traitors, the Kyoto protocol and same sex perverts run things for them.
Though I’m sure some who may imagine themselves Conservative might support such foolish, “left-wing”, lieing, bullshit, of pandering leftist, hate criminals.
Sincerely yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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February 27, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

No need to reduce that CO2 !

When you can purchase carbon credits and keep the Tennessee mansion well lighted.

Morton contends this system will compensate land owners for providing environmental goods and services.
In order to reduce emissions, this program will offer an “opportunity for those large emitters in Alberta to purchase carbon credits … from other Albertans, other industrial users, other businesses in Alberta engaged in activity that reduce carbon dioxide emissions,” explained Morton.
A prime activity that could benefit from this program according to Morton is agriculture — specifically farming.’

February 27, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Carbon credits or criminal charges ?

Subject:Carbon credit exchange.
February 26, 2007
Dear *,
I was just reading that some farmers could trade or sell to Industry, carbon credits, which can be used to avoid reducing their carbon dioxide output. Meaning the reason for Kyoto is carbon credits, not pollution reduction, resulting in more needless bureaucracy for Canadians while more important needs are ignored by politicians, playing foreign treaty “experts”.
I was recently perusing Canada’s criminal code and noted some laws that some members of parliament should familiarize themselves with.
While their busy implementing the carbon exchange for businesses.
Sedition is an indictable offence in Canada.
Seditious libel is an indictable offence in Canada.
Treason is an indictable offence in Canada.
HighTreason is an indictable offence in Canada which carries a minimum life sentence.
Gilles Duceppe m.p., last I heard, was still a member of Canada’s federal parliament who seems, in my opinion, a need to read up on some of these criminal code provisions.
Sincerely yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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February 27, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Kyoto, no mo

February 26, 2007
Dear member of parliament for Chatham-Kent, **,
I was reading that farmers could trade and sell Industry carbon credits which can be used to avoid reducing carbon dioxide output.
Meaning the reason for Kyoto is really carbon credits and not pollution, “GHG” reduction, meaning more needless bureaucracy for Canadians while possibly more important needs are ignored.
Sincerely yours,
**
** St.
*, Ontario, Canada

February 26, 2007 Posted by | Miscellaneous | Leave a comment

"pulling no punches"

Subject: Canada has a Patron Saint.
February 26, 2007
Dear * , m.p.,
Canada has a Patron Saint, Canada’s Patron Saint is St. George.
French Canadians have a separate Patron Saint, St-Jean-Baptiste, Saint-Jean-Baptiste Daythis is very divisive and should fall under the definition of hate propagation in Canada and needs to be addressed by parliament,
Or the Pope should be put in charge of Canadian politics making redundant an impotent, impudent parliament of incompetent, seditious, traitors to the crown.
Gilles Duceppe.
Sincerely yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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February 26, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Canada’s Patron Saint

February 26, 2007
Dear member of parliament,
 Canada’s Patron Saint is St. George.
French Canadians have a separate Patron Saint, St-Jean-Baptiste, Saint-Jean-Baptiste Daythis is very divisive and should fall under the definition of hate propagation in Canada and needs to be addressed by parliament.
Or the Pope should be put in charge of Canadian politics making redundant an impotent, impudent parliament of incompetent, seditious, traitors to the crown.
Sincerely yours,
*
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*, Ontario, Canada
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February 26, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Are You a deadbeat, too ?

Subject: There’s “deadbeat dad’s” and then there’s you.
February 24, 2007
Dear member of parliament,
We hear allot about “dead beat dad’s” in this province, Ontario, but little of other “deadbeats” who may be stealing from the mouths of those who feed them to pay for political promises.
Ontario has a premier who thinks that sixty thousand dollar a year net income earning families of one point four children should have their daycare subsidized while reaping the benefits of amalgamation and reduced payments to municipalities and general welfare.That’s why in my city you have to walk on ice covered sidewalks and food banks and homeless shelters are becoming more needed not less.
Since were talking about posting the photographs of deadbeats lets look at one “deadbeat” I know who pays seventeen thousand dollars in taxes one year on a thirty four thousand dollar income.
This “deadbeat” is owed over eighty thousand dollars by his employers who lie, cheat and steal with the ministers of labour and revenue consent and approval.
“Deadbeat” is a dangerous word for a politician of any stripe, especially any that spend their way to the top of a one hundred and fifty billion dollar provincial debt or five hundred billion dollar federal debt
We don’t need big spenders in government to spend our childrens futures while complaining about “deadbeats”.
Sincerely yours,
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Chatham, Ontario, Canada
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P.S. Speaking of “deadbeats” who’s paying their transfer payments to the federal government and who isn’t. Their photo’s might be considered for publishing in the news by the attorney’s general.

February 24, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Conservative or Liberal who can tell ?

Subject: Tax cuts should be for “the poor” first.
February 24, 2007
Dear minister of finance,
Any new tax cuts should be for those who earn less than thirty thousand dollars a year and find themselves paying three to five thousand dollars a year for income taxes.
The RRSP does not help “the working poor” who have little to save and hence to reduce their taxes by use of this shelter which really serves more to enhance stock market and bankers accounts than savings of lower earning Canadians who do not have thousands to put away and save.
A fifty per cent cut in income taxes federally is what is needed by the average worker.
Savings from reduced need for social services at all levels of government, cancelling the quarterly GST rebate, and raising business taxes can offset any loss of funds to the government.Income taxes are a business expense because employers have to pay higher wages to their employees as a result of the taxes which are withheld and because the employers ultimately are the ones paying these taxes.
This is a very serious problem with Canadians paying on average over half of their incomes in taxes, especially for those with low incomes under thirty thousand dollars a year.They have little left to purchase the needs in life including child care, drugs not covered by insurance, car maintenance, gas for the car, babysitter or transportation.
The province of Ontario is going about helping by spending which is wrong and in my opinion criminally irresponsible.
This federal and the provincial government of Ontario have huge debts and can ill afford the uncontrolled spending of blow hard wind bags for political points.
Sincerely yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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February 24, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

St. Georges Day

Subject: “St. Georges Cross Day”
February 24, 2006
Dear prime minister,
Recently I heard a member of parliament calling for a national holiday in Canada.Flag Day, though I prefer Cabot Day unless, St. Georges Cross, Continental Americas first European flag brought to this continent by John Cabot in 1497, is the Flag for the Day.
‘According to the laws of discovery in force at that time, when a country discovered an island, that entire island belonged to that country.
Since the New World was ONE CONTINENT or landmass from north to south, John Cabot’s claim of first discovery extends to the entire New World.
Christopher Columbus can claim the islands of Santo Domingo, Cuba and the Caribbean Islands but that is all.’
Cabot reached this continent in the year previous to Christopher Columbus.
Canada should celebrate this great achievement and discovery of these American continents with John Cabot Day, especially since his landing is considered most likely to have occurred in parts that are now considered Canada.
There is already a holiday, Canada Day, which is Flag day, really.
John Cabot Day or Cabot Day or even St. Georges Day (could incorporate the fist flag of North America, St. Georges Cross with the discovery of North America and the American continents in 1497 by John Cabot for his majesty King Henry VII).
This holiday in my opinion, if possible, to fall on the same day celebrated in the province of Quebec as St. John Baptiste Day.
Sincerely yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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February 24, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

SSNL

Subject: Same-sex marriage and Seditious libel.
February 24, 2007
Dear member of parliament *,
Your government is limping along unnecessarily.
I am glad I didn’t go vote now as I would have voted for your party.
The vote held to open up the same sex marriage law which was defeated being a perfect example of why this government is failing and has failed its supporters as far as I am concerned.
This vote was held when your party could not win.
The prime minister has been faced with an offer from the leader of an opposition party which is and was illegal at the time it was offered.
Gilles Duceppe m.p.’s demand reportedly received by the prime minister in writing was seditious.
The time to do something though has past politically speaking.
Legally speaking I suppose it would take someone, preferably who’s job it is, to make a complaint to the minister of justice and possibly to the RCMP that the leader of the Block Quebecois has or may have committed an indictable offence while in office and that against the crown.
This is not a political concern that I have, this a criminal concern.My guess is the attorney general should be responsible for this.
Election time should be now not later, your failing the Conservative Party and Canadians miserably.Holding a vote on same-sex marriage when it was not possible to win, keeping Kyoto “a Liberal tax sucking sham” and the making “the Quebecois” a nation have all occurred in this government as the result of limping along as a weak and incompetent minority.
These things should never have occurred and Gilles Duceppe mp should be facing criminal charges not siting in parliament telling the federal government “what Quebecer’s want”.
Sincerely yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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February 24, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Hello, Queen

Subject: Quebec racists (nothing personal)
February 22, 2007
Dear member of parliament,
I have had enough of Quebec racists parading themselves in public.
Andre Boisclair, Gilles Duceppe, and many others including all members of the Bloc Quebecois.
By there very existence they are traitors to the crown and commit sedition.
Gilles Duceppe mp has gone too far in his demands of Canada’s prime minister and should be investigated by the RCMP for seditious libel.
The Bloc Quebecois and others who support their francophone demands in my opinion are not just traitors plain and simple they are also hate criminals under Canada criminal code for practising, teaching, and promoting french dominance in a particular province of Canada.
Hate crimes are defined quite clearly I suggest that a member of parliament preferably my own or one from the official opposition or government who’s job it is, familiarize them self with this definition especially in regards to the Bloc Quebecois and “the Quebecois” movement in this country.
Treason in my opinion is being committed by some members of Canada’s parliament.
Do I have to call the Queen ?
Do you want the British navy on your doorstep, again ?
The prime minister should resign or face revolt if this matter is not considered seriously.
Sincerely yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada

February 22, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Did “we” forget someone?

February 22, 2007
Dear member of parliament for **,
I for one have had enough of Quebec “racists” parading themselves in public.
Andre Boisclair, Gilles Duceppe, and many others including all the members of the federal Bloc Quebecois.
By they’re very existence they are traitors to the crown and commit sedition and even treason.
Gilles Duceppe mp has gone too far in his demands of Canada’s prime minister and should be investigated by the RCMP for at least the crime of seditious libel.
The Bloc Quebecois and others who support francophone demands in my opinion are not just traitors they are also hate criminals under Canada criminal code for practising, teaching, and promoting french nce in a particular province (place) in Canada.
Hate crimes are defined clearly, I suggest that a member of parliament who’s job it is, familiarize them self with this definition especially in regards to the Bloc Quebecois and “The Quebecois” movement in this country.
Treason in my opinion is being committed by some members in Canada’s parliament.
Do I have to call the Queen ? Telephone or fax?
The prime minister should resign or even face revolt in parliament if this matter is not taken seriously.
Sincerely yours,
*
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*, Ontario, Canada

February 22, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Are you prepared for your opinion ?

“The Kyoto targets were extremely ambitious and it was very possible that short term deadlines would, at the end of the day, have to be extended.”
Still, Goldenberg said, the government forged ahead because “we knew that signing and ratifying Kyoto when we did was absolutely necessary to prepare public opinion for the actions that would have to come in the future to address climate change.’

February 22, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Carbon credits ? Pay tax, drive bigger car, pollute more

Subject: Kill Kyoto, not the dog.
February 22, 2007
Dear environment minister,
In my opinion this government is failing the party it is supposed to represent, the Conservative party of Canada.
Kyoto in our prime ministers own words is a tax sucking Liberal sham and I could not agree more.
This issue should be made a confidence matter for this government though having lost already a vote on this issue it is time to call an election.
However the time to do this may have passed already with the vote to make law the “Quebecois nation” in Canada.
Aside from the legal concerns I have over this attempt and victory to some degree on the part of some seditious to overthrow the crown at very least a bold and brazen assault which is illegal.
There is no point going on as a Conservative with this Kyoto issue hanging over your head.
Get on the bandwagon and cheer for the carbon credits of Kyoto, that you can use to drive a large gas guzzling S.U.V or call an election to get rid of this Liberal pollution.
The sooner the better.
Yours truly,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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February 22, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

McDonald’s is my kinda place, too

Subject: Lower payroll taxes equals lower business costs.
February 22, 2007
Dear minister of finance the honourable James Flaherty, mp,
Income taxes cost businesses billions of dollars.
The average Canadian tax payer pays over fifty percent of there income out for taxes every year.
I did calculate one year that I payed over fifty per cent of my gross income of thirty four thousand dollars in taxes. The same year I was forced to declare bankruptcy as a result of missing a single two hundred dollar monthly loan payment.
Lowering payroll taxes is good for low income earners, minimum wage earners and “the working poor”.
Lowering payroll taxes lowers greatly the costs to all businesses, industry, service, real estate and government(s).
Payroll taxes should be lowered evenly across the board (income brackets) possibly with the consideration of a flat tax with an exemption for those who earn less than thirty thousand dollars gross per year for humane concerns for the burden faced by this earner class and minimum wage earners. The reduced need for some social services, including child care, would reduce costs to the government(s) and the need for those tax dollars.
Raising taxes if necessary should go to business taxes only since lowering payroll taxes is lowering a business expense and cost.
Do what the Liberals or NDP never would *.
Yours truly,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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February 22, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

‘Management want caps, players want free market.’

Subject: Management want salary caps, players want money.
February 22, 2006
Dear minister of human resources the honourable Monte Solberg mp,
There was a cap on the E.I. surplus put there by the honourable Paul Martin mp while finance minister of Canada.
“twenty billion dollar cap”
Today there is a fifty one billion dollar E.I. surplus while some have benefits denied.
‘The cumulative $51-billion surplus, up from $44 billion at the beginning of 2004, represents how premiums paid by workers and employers have outstripped benefits paid out over more than 12 years, says the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.’
Do I have to hire a lawyer and sue the government to return to the tax payers, this “surplus” E.I. ? Hopefully not, my extra income is being saved to sue the Ministry of Labour for incompetence and malice.
“Fifty one billion” surplus tax dollars does not belong to the government and is illegal or certainly should be, for them to retain this much E.I.
What happened to the finance minister’s “Twenty billion dollar cap” on this surplus ?
Are you going to return this “surplus” to the tax payers who are being defrauded. Maybe not really fraud but should be if you don’t reduce this surplus to zero dollars by paying it back to the tax payer and also the interest that the surplus has earned.Thirteen years worth.
Do what only a right wing conservative would, could and should do, return all the surplus to the taxpayers and apologize for the governments mishandling of this fifty one billion dollar fiasco.
If the interest earned by this “surplus” over thirteen years has been spent and is no longer a part of the surplus you should know and apologize to the tax payers for this “boondoggle”
Sincerely yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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P.S.Someone might or could consider changing the name of E.I. to something a little less effeminate and more accurate such as unemployment insurance or even seasonally unemployed workers insurance.Which is the original intention of this tax in the first place.

February 22, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Seditious libel ?

cc: whistleblower@ctv.ca
Subject: Seditious libel is a criminal offence.
February 21, 2007
Dear prime minister,
Gilles Duceppe mp’s offer to yourself for Quebec “nationhood” which you received in writing as a demand for parliament may make him liable for treason.
I would like a police investigation.
The vote held in Canada’s parliament to make “the Quebecois” a nation within a nation was the direct result of your receiving this request from Gilles Duceppe mp, leader of the Bloc Quebecois.
You should turn over that request to the minister of justice and have the RCMP investigate my concern that Gilles Duceppe mp may have broken the law.
I really do not want to hear any more from our government until this recent possible criminal act by a member of Canada’s parliament which the prime minister is involved has been addressed by the minister of justice and federal police.
Seditious libel is a crime in this country, don’t be found implicated.Ask the justice minister, Canada’s attorney general, to have this complaint investigated as soon as possible.
You should do this immediately for the sake of this country if not for your own sake, seditious libel carries a * sentence *.
I believe Gilles Duceppe leader of the Bloc Quebecois mp has committed this offence.
Sincerely yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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February 21, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

my 2%’s worth

“If you were prime minister, what would you do for the environment ?”
‘Canada produces 2% of Canada’s air pollution’- Stephane Dion, mp
my vote;

From : blanks57*
Name: *

City: *

If I were Prime Minister…
1. Cancel Canada’s part in the Kyoto International carbon credit tax exchange.
2. Make made in Canada clean air, water and earth law using something like California emission standards as a guide for pollution controls especially for cars and trucks.
3.Make “clean coal” a priority for Hydro generation and alternative energy sources a top priority.Nuclear power is expensive, dangerous and dirty, could be updated but should not be expanded unless some serious concerns, re: used fuel, is first addressed.
“Mag lev” technology is being used in China to improve the efficiency of wind turbines.
“Bio fuels” are a good idea as a renewable source of energy though I have some rather large concerns that subsidies are being paid to the manufacturers and foreign and local grain growers that makes artificially low the cost of this alternative fuel.
4.Call an election on this platform and let Canadians decide if they want Me or the Leader of the official opposition’s dog running this country.

February 20, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

taxi anyone

Subject: this minister should not interfere in this strike by CN workers and should instead …
February 20, 2007
Dear minister of labour the honourable Jean-Pierre Blackburn m.p.,
The minister of labour should not be doing anything except keeping quiet about this CN strike until after a mediator has determined if this strike is legal or not.
The minister has already interfered and should be replaced as soon as possible as far as I’m concerned.
This minister has done nothing of the terrible state of the Canadian trucking Industry, employers are robbing, stealing, abusing their employees who are Canadian citizens while this minister, minister of transport and minister of revenue do nothing for them.
You can “jerk my chain” all day if you want to but I can JERK back.
Stop “jerk’n chain”.
My chain has no slack for the minister responsible for the working conditions of Canada’s federally regulated trucking Industry.
Rather than preparing any ‘Back To Work Legislation and announcing such to the media, before a mediator has made a decision, this minister should find out why these workers walked off the job in the first place and why CN Rail Trains keep falling off the tracks killing people and doing damage and dumping toxins into the environment.
WHY, I ask, does this keep happening ?
Maybe this minister should take a trip across the country by train, a CN train, a freight train on a regular route with a regular crew, you can sleep on the floor, there is no Caboose.
If I were your boss I would have just two words for you.
Donald Trump’s favourite two words.
Your fired, for this recent announcement of back to work legislation and have a nice “trip” to the back bench’s area, please.
Before you go though could you fire all of CN rail’s managment Please.
We could replace them with those immigrants to Canada that have phd’s and masters degrees presently driving taxis.
Sincerely yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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February 20, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 4 Comments

Pit Bull Terrier found stupider than the average poodle

Pit Bull Terriers should be banned from any who do not know how to manage an animal bred for fighting.

That should be almost everyone.

These animals are bred “killing machines” are “not predictable” and “dangerous in the wrong hands”. Especially of those who are stupider and not smarter than average which is dumber to.

That would be more stupid than accepted, making for extra stupid or stupider, a requirement for allowing these animals to be legally purchased, owned or sold.

Pit Bulls are bred for fighting and killing other dogs.

I say ban the American Pit Bull Terrier even though,
The Romans ,the Greeks, British, Spanish, as well as French have used dogs for fighting purposes, dating back hundreds or thousands of years.’

The Intelligence of Dogs

Working/Obedience Intelligence. This is breed dependent.

Rank Breed
1 Border Collie
2 Poodle
3 German Shepherd
4 Golden Retriever
5 Doberman Pinscher
6 Shetland Sheepdog
7 Labrador Retriever
8 Papillon
9 Rottweiler
10 Australian Cattle Dog

66 Bull Terrier

‘Dogfighting is illegal in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. It is a felony offense in all but two states—Idaho and Wyoming—where it is a misdemeanor. Because dogfighting is a felony in most states, dogfighting rings are difficult to infiltrate and are run by extremely dangerous people.’

‘…. top three fighting dogs …’

‘listen i know dogs ok I’ve fought them I’ve trained them I’ve bred them ok 3 dog breeds ok even though most everybody says pit bull nope wrong sure there good fighting dogs but do they listen when there fighting no you want a listener and a fighter #1 is english staffordshire bull terrier very smart strong dog ok #2 is pit bull has the will and strength #3 chow chow smart strong ok there’s your breeds now the match ….’

February 19, 2007 Posted by | Miscellaneous | 45 Comments

American’s have Columbus Day

Subject: “Cabot Day
February 19, 2007
Dear minister of heritage,
Canada needs another holiday and I would like to offer a day that would reflect on the first European explorer to reach and discover the north American continent .
‘He was the first European since the Vikings to explore the mainland of North America and the first to search for the Northwest Passage.’
John Cabot or Giovanni Caboto by his Italian name was the first European explorer to reach continental America in the year previous to Christopher Columbus, 1497 A.D..
Americans celebrate Columbus Day as a tribute to that European explorer and we should have a holiday to celebrate the very first explorer to reach the American continents.
The French did arrive much later long after Cabot and Columbus had made their contacts with the America’s.
Cabot Day should be a national holiday in this country especially since it is considered that his landing was first in Newfoundland or parts which are considered Canada.
Cabot should have prominent place in our history and this countries heritage for being the first explorer to reach the American continents and is undisputed.
Why is there not already a national holiday for this explorer and discoverer of this country because he sailed for England and not France ?
I would like a national holiday declared for this first European to reach the north American continent.
John Cabot was not just the first to north America but the first to the continents of the Americas.
He shouldn’t be left out.
Sincerely yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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P.S. We should not concern ourselves too much with some rumoured seditious to the crown who might or could imagine any french connection to the discovery of the America’s and in fact is more reason Cabot Day needs and should be made Canada’s national holiday.
I have included the HTML code in the subject which you can copy and paste to read more about Giovanni Caboto the discoverer of Canada.

February 19, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Kyoto Warming

February 19, 200* 7
Dear *,
“Global warming” and not climate change is the reason for a carbon credit exchange and the Kyoto targets.
Prominent economist was recently in Toronto to discuss “climate change” not global warming.
They really want their carbon credits more than the good of the environment in my opinion.
Reading some documented facts regarding global warming especially that ‘Canada’s first climatologist’ has not and does not support the findings of a recent global committee which said that man has “90 % certainly” contributed to global climate change and a top U.S. hurricane scientist is on record as saying that some of those who also sponsored the recent global warming conference previously used his work taken out of context to declare that increased hurricane and cyclone activity is the result of “climate change”.
When “Canada’s first climatologist” and a top U.S. hurricane expert are not agreeing with or are being misquoted by those in charge of a committee determining if global warming is man influenced something is wrong.
Global climate is always changing and is cyclical.
“Experts” who want to press this issue are over their heads in rhetoric and ignoring some real experts who are not as politically motivated.
Kyoto needs to be capped like C02 emissions and pollution of all kinds.
Do both by killing Canada’s association to this politically motivated protocol and putting in your own standard for C02 emissions.
We don’t need more of “Mr. Dithers”
Time to cut this piece of Liberal political hay off.
Kyoto needs to be “bombed”.
Though I wouldn’t use those exact words in public, if I were you.
Yours truly,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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February 19, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Law and Disorder

February 19, 200* (7)
Dear attorney general of Ontario the honourable Micheal Bryant m.p.p.,
Ontario’s courts found Canada’s constitutional definition of marriage unconstitutional due to discrimination.
Ontario’s courts also found that publicly funding Catholic schools is guarenteed because it is Constitutional.
The constitutional law of marriage between one man and one woman was over ruled
as discriminating.
The constituional right to public funding of one religion is upheld by Ontario’s courts because it is “constitutional”.
Do you see a problem somewhere ?
I sure do.
Ontario provincial court’s overuling Canadas constitution for the sake of special interest groups,homosexual’s and catholics is clear as day to me.
Something is basically wrong with both of these decisions and lack of human rights commission pressure against them.
The attorney general of Ontario needs to take a serious look at what is going on in the province’s court rooms and find out what is really causing or allowing these kind of disasterous and hypocritical decisions to be made.
Are Ontario’s judge’s drunk on the job ?
Are they being paid off for a favourable decision ?
I can not think of anything else that could allow for such contradictory discrimination on the part of courts to occur.
Sincerely yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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February 19, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

MarItial LaW by a dumb BeLl.

February 17, 2007
Dear Ontario minister of education,
If Catholic schools are public schools they can not teach religion by law in Ontario or at least so I hear according to the rest of the public schools.
Catholic schools are really private (separate) schools that are allowed special treatment and funding and school tax deferring by the Ontario government.
This is more than discrimination in my opinion since
Ontario courts have favoured this arrangement as constitutional when it was challenged by the previous government.
This is actually now according to me a hate crime being committed which falls under federal jurisdiction .
Since Ontario courts have failed to live up to their own standard ie. finding discrimination by the constitution in granting favour to one particular religion as they did with the constitutional definition of marriage one should assume that the courts of Ontario are ineffectual in their interpretation of law.Making void their authority giving the province the right to “decommission” Ontario’s court system.
Martial law could be declared if any resistance to such authority be encountered.
Including arrest and imprisonment (for hate crimes) of those found by any courts martial or legal authority(s).
Sincerely yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada
*

February 17, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Don Quixote doesn’t live here any more.

February 17, 2007
Dear Ontario minister of energy,
I wrote to ask the premier and the prime minister to invest in some wind turbines which at the time were reportedly supplying up to twenty per cent of some European nations hydro supply.
Seems someone may have listened since shortly after I mailed the letter both federal and provincial government announced new initiatives for wind turbine and alternate energy
sources.Coincidence is a consideration though I do feel some responsibility for encouraging these wind turbines.
My concern is that these not be placed on farm land or areas of high visibility as these turbines are very unpleasant to view. I have driven by some wind farms while in “the States” and they are without question the ugliest sight on the landscape that I have ever seen.
Could these not be put out on the lakes away from shore shipping and migratory bird areas. Georgian Bay and Lake Huron as an example have allot of wide open space room to build wind farms.
A few could be put on land for the inquisitive.
I realize that cost of operating these turbines is a concern though if they can be built by the Europeans on the North Sea which is a much harsher marine environment we should be able to put them on the great lakes, I realize that treaties with some natives rights (water claims) could be an issue and should not be ignored.
Sincerely yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada

February 17, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Please keep off the Grass unless perscribed.

Please keep your windmills off the grass, lawn, landscape.

We are surrounded here by three great lakes and the smaller Lake St. Clair and they have to put windmills on our front lawns.

Those things are sO UGLY.

Blanks’ sent a “snail mail” letter some years ago with a request for someone to put up some wind turbines to help with Ontarios hydro and air problems.

Should as Blanks’ requested put them on lakes away from migratory bird areas, shipping lanes out of sight instead of on land in public view.

February 15, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

$um news this month

Ontario may have two elections this year by the sounds of things.

Sounds like Christmas only we get a new “gift” every day of the week.

Never know there is some rather large debts to be paid down.

February 15, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Liberals want to help too

Are the Liberals still making the rules now that “the Block” have made “the Quebecois” “a Nation”.

While Nero fiddles ?

Over seventy percent of Canadians did not approve of the “the Quebecois” being made a nation.

Gilles Duceppe m.p., Jack Layton m.p. and Bill Graham m.p. and others may know this too.

Is seditious libel still a crime ?

February 15, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

… and public school boards)

‘The Charter only applies to government laws and actions (including the laws and actions of federal, provincial, and municipal governments and public school boards)’

Public school boards should not be confused with publicly funded school boards. You might end up accusing someone of discrimination or breaking the law or even committing a government sponsored hate crime in Ontario.
Keep quiet or;
you may have the Toronto police calling some family members late in the evening to inquire of you and make them informed of some “disturbing” discord though lacking any necessary detail.
SHhhhhhh !

February 15, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

UthinkucanUthinkucan

Subject: You think you can, I don’t !
February 14, 2006
Dear *,
Think you can allow a vote on something which you could defeat by making a confidence motion for the good of Canada you can.
You think these times go without notice I don’t !
Here’s a list;
1.Block Quebecois offers to prime minister an illegal proposal which should have at very least been cause for dissolution of the government and an election to let Canadians decide if Quebecois should be recognized as a nation within this nation.2 The vote held to maintain same-sex marriage would have been avoided .
3. The vote to maintain Kyoto Protocol established by the Liberal Party and not maintained by them would have been prevented from occurring.
This is three strikes in my book unless you have some miracle up your shirt sleeve to baffle all common reasoning and sense, I don’t see any reason for the government to maintain office.
Time to pack the bags and go home before someone gets a feeling to filing charges for possible breaches of the law which may have occurred by members of Canada’s federal parliament including Bill Graham while leading the official opposition and Jack Layton within the last year.
Time to go.
Say good bye and take Stupid with you, please.
By Stupid I mean – the * .
Sincerely yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada

February 14, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

The PM should try living on $15,000.00 net / year.

Would be quite an accomplishment and allow said to imagine self “homeless”. The amount one minister might spend on a trip to Switzerland or B.C.

Try living on $6,408.00 a year from Ontario Works while the Ontario government subsidizes the daycare of welfare Yuppies who earn $60,000.00 net per year.

The “poor” are working poorer while welfare Yuppies who live in half million dollar Condos fill their Christmas stockings with child daycare welfare subsidies payed for by the real poor.

‘Canadians spent $54.6 billion on new vehicles 2006, … ‘

Curious about how much they spent on child daycare and if the government should also be subsidizing new car purchases for these poor hard done by ?

Tax sucking welfare yuppies.

February 14, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

really lowering real taxes really

Subject: lowering spending and taxes.
February 14, 2007
*,
Lowering Canada’s spending while lowering payroll taxes is a good idea especially for those who are considered “the working poor” which I call the working poorer because everything that costs, cost those who can least afford it more than those who can afford the cost.Requiring government at whatever level to then spend more tax dollars for social welfare.
Subsidized child daycare being one example of how tax spending is “needed” for something which shouldn’t be needed.Spending tax dollars so that $60,000.00 dollar net income (in Ontario) families can have government subsidized daycare.
Promises to lower taxes have never been considered a bad thing by the regular Joe public to my recollection and that doing so while lowering spending is justified when combined with a reasonable plan for any surplus or option to prevent deficit.
Lowering payroll taxes should be the only means of tax reductions for business.
Business taxes should be increased to offset any loss of revenue to the government as a result of measures to lower payroll taxes.Taxes should be lowered by lowering the tax rate and removing all who earn less than thirty thousand dollars a year gross from income taxes completely.
I would have to say that any resistance to this should call for an election.
Manipulating little things here or there should be avoided except where necessary to meet the above need.
The “Working Poor” have apparently been forgotten since Paul Martin became Prime Minister of Canada and are being left behind by those who would imagine national child daycare or other subsidies as a means of helping those who earn low incomes yet still pay a large portion of that out of their pockets in taxes.
Yours Truly,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada
P.S. There should be no exemptions for any province’s for transfer tax purposes such as the case with Alberta’s natural resources and Newfoundland’s oil and Quebec’s energy and whatever other their might be.Equal playing field meaning no exemptions for any or scrap the program completely.

February 14, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Block go to jail and take Jack Layton m.p. and Bill Graham m.p. with them.

February 09, 2007
Dear *,
Do you remember swearing to this oath ?

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

do you know that;



‘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…’

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].

Sincerely Yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada
P.S. I did find this interesting definition on the Internet I have included it to help clarify some of my concern.

‘Sedition is a term of law to refer to covert conduct such as speech and organization that is deemed by the legal authority as tending toward insurrection ……Seditious words in writing are seditious libel’.

Seditious words could include some of those heard from Andre Boisclair, Gilles Duceppe and any other including possibly a prime minister who encourages any such words which could lead toward “separation”.

In fact I have heard Ralph Klein m.p.p. “on the record” perhaps after to much “drink”.
His words were broadcast in the media sorry I haven’t checked for a transcript of them.

Something like this;

“I Ralph Klein m.p.p. superstar and ruler of the free world do solemnly subscribe to the separation from Canada if any someone should mess with our (Alberta’s) exemptions to Canadian transfer taxes.In spite of an obvious absence of an Alberta sales tax.”

February 9, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

My favourite airplane – this week


Airbus
New up to date for the same price as a 1950’s model C-17.

February 9, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

If Ontario’s attorney general says so ..

“It’s not the business of government to decide when a family is a family.”

I think he means anymore because last I checked Canada’s constitution defined spouse and family, since when does that matter.

February 9, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

$2,508.00 a year if you can find it,

$534 times 12 = $6408= (x) / year times the no. of general welfare recipents in Ontario = y
Low rent in Ontario incl. for $325 times 12 mths
= $3,900 / yr for housing = $2,508/yr for vacation.

Provincial unemployment rates (previous month in brackets):

  • Newfoundland 15.4 (13.8)
  • Prince Edward Island 10.7 (12.4)
  • Nova Scotia 7.8 (7.3)
  • New Brunswick 8.1 (8.5)
  • Quebec 7.7 (7.5)
  • Ontario 6.4 (6.1)
  • Manitoba 4.6 (4.1)
  • Saskatchewan 4.1 (4.0)
  • Alberta 3.3 (3.3)
  • British Columbia 4.3 (5.2)

February 7, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Eighty thousand gross = Welfare in Ontario.

February 07, 2006
Dear *,
Reading the News and it’s reported that Ontario is going to be paying for the child day care of families with over $ 60,000.00 a year net income.
Is that o.k. ?
The Brady Bunch gets welfare.
I thought Mr. Brady could afford a nanny ?
This province is completely off the wall with spending if it thinks tax payers can afford to subsidize day care for families with a net income over 60,000.00 dollars a year or forty thousand dollars for that matter.
When is this government going to get off the wall and get serious about a one hundred billion dollar debt ?
To net sixty thousand dollars would require at least eighty thousand in gross income.
While you cut back general welfare to just over five hundred dollars a month while the costs of rent and food keep going up ?
What about amalgamation savings and the cuts from the previous government which were intended to save the province tax dollars ?
Are those being spent to fund daycare spaces for families that have a sixty thousand dollar a year NET income ?
Or does money grow on trees ?
I would have to ask what trees if eighty thousand dollar income earners are in need of subsidies to pay for their pre school child day care space.
This is lunacy at least and some, as myself, may consider this a criminal wasting of the public tax- payer dollars.
Of course any one or government that would support funding Catholic private schools while cutting the Ontario private school tax credit is likely unstable or even disturbing the peace.
Sincerely yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada

February 7, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

“The Coldest Day"

In recorded history in Montreal PQ reportedly occurred Tuesday, February 06, 2007, the day after the Opposition Party’s voted to renew Canada’s Kyoto commitments.

Can not find any News story about this reported “coldest day” to link to,

Did find this by some old “denier” though;

‘Global Warming, as we think we know it, doesn’t exist. And I am not the only one trying to make people open up their eyes and see the truth. But few listen, despite the fact that I was the first Canadian Ph.D. in Climatology and I have an extensive background in climatology, especially the reconstruction of past climates and the impact of climate change on human history and the human condition. Few listen, even though I have a Ph.D, (Doctor of Science) from the University *, England and was a climatology professor at the University of *. For some reason (actually for many), the World is not listening.
Here is why.’

‘Environment Canada brags about spending $3.7 billion in the last five years dealing with climate change almost all on propaganda trying to defend an indefensible scientific position while at the same time closing weather stations and failing to meet legislated pollution targets.’

‘The world has warmed since 1680, the nadir of a cool period called the Little Ice Age (LIA) that has generally continued to the present. These climate changes are well within natural variability and explained quite easily by changes in the sun.’

‘Now, any scientist who dares to question the prevailing wisdom is marginalized and called a sceptic, when in fact they are simply being good scientists. This has reached frightening levels with these scientists now being called climate change denier with all the holocaust connotations of that word. The normal scientific method is effectively being thwarted.’

*’Meanwhile, politicians are being listened to, even though most of them have no knowledge or understanding of science, especially the science of climate and climate change.’*

‘This becomes progressively worse as they receive more and more funding from governments that demand a particular viewpoint.’

February 7, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Al Gore invents Global Warming !

So he finally invented something.

February 4, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Axe Kyoto please

Don’t axe what your country can do for you – axe what you can do for your country .

Dear *,
98% of Canada’s air pollution is reportedly not from Canada at least according to Stephane Dion m.p. leader of the official opposition.
‘ As Stéphane Dion put it the other day “2% [of] emissions [within Canada are] coming from Canada, 98% [of] emissions [in Canada are] coming from elsewhere”, which essentially means that no matter what we do to stop or slow climate change, we have zero control on 98% of the emissions that find their way inside our country.” ‘
Is Canada spending billions of tax dollars and more by private business to meet the targets set by the Kyoto protocol which will do little to nothing for Canadians because we only make 2 % of the air pollution in our environment.
If so the costs to the public in taxes out weigh the benefits to Canada’s air quality. Canada should focus instead on reducing air pollutants by legislating reductions for auto makers and industry while contributing some for individual conservation efforts such like the incentives for high efficiency appliances, solar and alternative energy sources.California does this already perhaps to a rather extreme extent but is a good example of controlling air pollution by legislation without any treaty or international carbon credit stock exchange being needed.
Aside from writing this legislation for you I must call it a day on this topic.
I sincerely wish you to extricate this country from the Kyoto Protocol accord as soon as possible.
Sincerely yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada

February 4, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

limpy Duck part II

February 03,2006
Dear *,
Now would be the perfect time to put a stop to global warming by putting a stop to Kyoto.
Stopping Kyoto will bring a halt to global warming “2% of which Canada is responsible for in Canada” according to the leader of the official opposition.
Our prime minister if able should cancel Canada’s comittment to this Protocol.
Not to wait for the leader of the Bloc Quebecois to make his demands for renewal of the Treaty of Paris.
A perfect time for all Canadians to benefit from this governments position in power or face election !
Now is the time to kill the Kyoto Protocol in Canada. Today is the day to cancel this ill advised comittment to this ill conceived treaty for and by vagabonds of the Liberal left.
The votes lost to this government by doing so should be made up by increasing corporate taxes while decreasing taxes on the “working poor” by means of lowering payroll taxes and increasing corporate taxes simultaniously.
My advice is that this work be done sooner rather than later.
I should keep my briefs on in the mean time.
When I say sooner rather than later I really mean that this should be done now since later your reason for being in office may be redundant to those who elected you.
I should mention of the climate or changes of to the prison cells at Kingston penitentuary some time in the future.
The causes or effects to Climate change at Kinston Ontario .
Sincerely yours,
*
*, Ontario, Canada

February 3, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Environment Canada does not agree …

with Quack Fest 2007,

‘Temperature increases expected in the next century could be disproportionately high in Canada, up an average of 10 degrees, scientists said from Paris on Friday, leading Environment Minister John Baird to call for “real action.” ‘

One day later we may be “virtually certain” and no longer “90% certainly”, “unequivocally”, “very likely” certain.

‘Meanwhile, Liberal Leader Stephane Dion has tabled an opposition motion calling on the prime minister to reaffirm Canada’s commitment to the Kyoto Protocol on climate change.’

‘There had been speculation that the delegates might try to modify the wording to “virtually certain,” which means a 99 per cent chance that the earth is getting warmed because of human activity.’

February 3, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Gilles Duceppe m.p. may be a climatologist.

Dear *,
Quebec has crossed the line again and has been allowed to do so by the members of the loyal opposition and leader of the NDP without there noting a possible crime being committed by yourself.
Sedition and libellous sedition are crimes of treason which carry very long prison terms as a result of the serious nature of this offence to the crown.
Gilles Duceppe m.p. in my opinion has crossed this line in requesting of yourself the recognition of Quebec as a nation.
This is a very serious issue which if you do not take action on I shall have no choice but to file a complaint against yourself and all members of parliament who may have knowingly allow this crime to occur.
Sincerely yours,
*
*

February 3, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Quebec should not go to UNESCO alone.

February 03,2006
Dear *,
I was just goofing around and realized that Gilles Duceppe m.p. has committed seditious libel, Quebec is running this country, Liberal Jean Charest m.p.p. being the prime minister I presume and global warming is responsible for the temperature being minus twenty degree Celsius today.
My formal complaint to my member of parliament that Gilles Duceppe m.p. is possibly a seditious traitor who should be charged for this crime and that Jean Charest Liberal m.p.p.,Quebec premeir should not be our prime minister just yet.
Sincerely yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada

February 3, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

"Global cooling" ?

Dear *,
I agree with your previous concern regarding the Kyoto Protocol.
I think it was and still is a tax and spend account for Liberal politicians and possibly for lawyers to.
Global warming enthusiasts I happen to know receive much of there funding from raising public concern or awareness even though they are not climatologists or even climate experts such as Dr.David Suzuki who is a biologist and really not a very good one.
Instead like Greenpeace they profit from raising concerns.
If there is no concern these corporations, WWF etc, don’t profit from public sympathy, public funding and maybe in some cases even tax funding.
Gilles Duceppe m.p. has committed seditious libel in his request of you for nation statehood for Quebec I would highly suggest concerning the RCMP in case any delay in doing so be considered possible complicity which is unlawful.
“Global warming” is an invented fairy tale when the outside temperature is minus twenty degrees Celsius and no average temperature has been breached.
Like their failure in scrapping the GST the Liberals continue to make fools of themselves and Canadians by trumpeting this issue which they can not turn their backs on now.
They should change the name of the Kyoto Protocol to the Suzuki-Greenpeace-WWF Foundations Protocol.
“Man caused Global warming” is a fairy tale because man has only influenced the climate with Industrial (man made) CO2 for the past thirty years and the environment is in the midst of a “twenty year” “acceleration” at this same time.
While the glaciers which are reported to have covered all of Canada have melted why then now is this a sudden emergency of the world which is actually sinking into the water ?
That’s right the Continents are sinking into the oceans but some say the water level is rising.
Sincerely yours,
*
*
* , Ontario, Canada

February 3, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

"90% certainly" could be 10% wrong for certain

‘I don’t know if the prime minister has even read the Kyoto Protocol.’ —Liberal environment critic David McGuinty.

Maybe the PM should read the News instead.

February 03, 2006
Dear David McGuinty m.p.,
I know that the previous government spent billions of tax dollars on this already and without coming close to meeting their agreed targets in the agreement which they have signed.
Is that because someone didn’t read the agreement before signing Canada on to this International treaty and weren’t aware these targets were a requirement of signing ?
Or are these targets voluntary and we spend billions of public tax dollars on a voluntary (when we feel like it) basis, making the agreement a farce which you are using to drum up support for further public tax spending ?
Should the prime minister need to read something that Stephane Dion m.p. was responsible for making law before he read it himself ?
Sincerely yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada.

Mr *;

Thank you for your recent emails. As Mr. McGuinty is the newly appointed Environment Critic for the Official Opposition, I will ensure that your comments and the information you have provided is brought to his attention.

____________________________Ivy-Lea Lunau
Office of David McGuinty, M.P.
Ottawa South
613-990-8640

February 3, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Kyoto protocol and publicly funding corporations.

February 3, 2006
Dear *,
Should the government be in the business of funding “corporate welfare” ?
Is “Kyoto” funding intended to support corporations with the public’s tax dollars as is public funding of the Catholic Church ?
Should corporations pay income taxes ?
Is income tax legal ?
Is m.p.’s voting themselves pay raises legal ?
Was Gilles Duceppe’s request for statehood to the prime minister legal ?
I suppose you need me to find out for you ?
Why don’t I collect the salary’s of the members of parliament while I’m at it ?
I’m still waiting to find out if Gilles Duceppe broke the law in his request in writing to the prime minister of Canada for nationhood ?
Having brought this most serious matter to your attention previously re; seditious libel ,with no results maybe the trouble is you just are not paid enough and need another twenty thousand dollar pay raise this year.
Sincerely yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada

February 3, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Is Canadas Kyoto spending "Corporate welfare" ? Too Late !

Subject: “90% certainly” “unequivocally” absolutely “certainly” positive.
February 2, 2006
Dear *,
Liberals should not be setting the agenda for the environment after they did nothing for thirteen years except spend billions of public tax dollars promoting the “Kyoto protocol” before man caused “Global Warming” was even 90% certainly certain.
I have to question whether spending billions of tax dollars on something that is less than 90% certainly certain (“man caused global warming”) might even be illegal for those in public trust.
Or whether any government that does nothing to stop liars from perpetuating a “public fraud” should stay in office.
Global warming which is not new and is being portrayed as though it is and costing this country billions of dollars a year in additional “corporate welfare” for some.
How can you justify supporting “Kyoto” and spending that goes with it when there is only a 90% certain certainty that humans have any responsibility for its cause ?
I keep seeing legal issues by those who I determine have or attempt to have a superior judgement and defraud the public interest at the same time.
I have therefore decide to sue you, Stephane Dion ,Stephen Harper, John Baird and Paul Martin and more as a result.
My briefs are in the mail.
You should find them quite amusing.
Sincerely yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada
P.S. I do realize that you or the leader of the opposition won’t be able to do anything about this complaint while a court case is pending as that would result in a legal conflict of interest so in affect it is too late.

February 2, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Sign Kyoto (1998) and we’ll ensure that "Global Warming" is absolutely 90% certainly man caused in the future (2007).

tee hee hee hee !
‘The “very likely” involvement of humans, resulting from the burning of fossil fuels, is about a 90 per cent certainty, says the report. ‘
LoL lol
pfffff ?
loool
lol
gg
LoL

February 2, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Too Late !

Really is and U didn’t do it and Greenpeace may have lied and possibly to government about their knowledge of glacial recession as the Suzuki foundation and founder.
Which raises some concerns of possible fraud perpetuated by corporations against tax payers possibly with support of some who ignorantly or knowingly pass or attempt to pass law without order.
Someone really should consider a law suit over the previous Liberal government(s) obvious mistake in signing Canada on to Kyoto before “Global Warming” was or is proven beyond a doubt (90% certain is 10% uncertain)which is costing tax payers billions of dollars a year.
Greenpeace, WWF, Suzuki foundation, etc., etc., etc. ?
Canada only produces 2% of the air pollution found in Canada according to the leader of the offical opposition Liberal Stephané Dion.
How could billions of Canadian tax spending to meet Kyoto commitments then be justified by the same lawmaker ?
Can you say libel ?

February 2, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

"Double your pleasure with double mint gum" ?

Not our C-17s.
February 1, 2006
Dear *,
1.8 billion dollars U.S. for 4 C-17s or double the cost to the U.S. government for the same aircraft should equal no more “popcorn chicken” for someone this year.
I do not think we should have to pay double the cost to the U.S. government for these same air planes.
‘House and Senate conference committee yesterday approved a $447 billion fiscal 2007 Pentagon budget bill, which included $2.1 billion for 10 C-17s, Republican Sen. Jim Talent of Missouri said.
I am relieved to some degree after doing my own search after reportedly paying 3.4 billion dollars for four planes though you are still paying more than twice as much as the U.S. government for the same air plane after the exchange rate, I used 15%, extra equipment and support is included.
Have we paid double the cost of these air planes ?
Does someone have some very well lined pocket patches as a result ?
That “someone” not being myself I must protest until I have full disclosure of the cost of these four C-17’s.
Hopefully before the media.
Unless you do have a reasonable cause for an apparently inflated price.
A hundred per cent inflated price in U.S. funds.
Did the seller of these aircraft mislead you into this purchase and cause you to pay double the actual cost or did you pad someone’s pocket or
is there a hidden expense somewhere or other ?
My previous email may be ignored and or considered obsolete.
The above question should be answered in the house of commons but if no one asks how will we ever know . Until the media finds out the real cost or waits until election time to report the “news”.
Where is the extra 200 million dollars plus per each C-17 purchased by your office ?
Sincerely yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada

February 1, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

$U.S. 1.8 billion for four C-17s ?

‘House and Senate conference committee yesterday approved a $447 billion fiscal 2007 Pentagon budget bill, which included $2.1 billion for 10 C-17s, Republican Sen. Jim Talent of Missouri said. That is seven planes more than either chamber approved in its own version of the funding bill. ‘
Blanks’ wants to know –
How can it cost the U.S. government 210 million dollars for a C -17 and Canada pays over 450 million for the same plane.
Which we could build ourselves for half the cost to the U.S. governement or about 100 million dollars each retail .
Please explain this to me Colonel Sanders
3.4 – 1.3 billion in support and equipment = 2.1 billion $
/ 4 = 525 million Can. dollars each.
minus exchange @ 15% = 525 .o x 15% = over 450 million dollars each = 1.8 billion dollars U.S. for 4 C-17s or double the cost to the U.S. governement for the same aircraft, should =
no more “popcorn chicken” for someone this year.

Uppity date;
I hear they are aquiring some buildings for these planes which may explain the additional cost if that cost is actually included in the 3.4 billion and not an extra expense.

February 1, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

110.9 four times can not equal 3.4 can it ?

February 1, 2006
Dear *,
Could you please explain to me average tax payer how it can cost our government 3.4 billion dollars to buy four 110 million dollar jets ?
‘The government of Canada has finally inked a $3.4-billion deal with Boeing Co. to buy four C-17 Globemasters, giant jets the Canadian Air Force will use to transport tanks and other large pieces of military equipment all over the world.’
110 million x 4 = 440 million dollars.
Nearly a three billion dollar difference in the actual cost and your spending spree.
Please explain this to me.
I request a full disclosure of this which is not a matter of national defence and may be fraud.
Where is the excess three billion dollars going without any expanation ?
Hopefully you shall reply with a full consideration for your future as an elected member of parliament and not someone pretending to be so while defrauding Canada’s tax payer.
Sincerely yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada

February 1, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Ontario welfare yuppies

Dear *(my provincial member of parliament),
Is Ontario using it’s cuts in general welfare to municipalities and savings from amalgamation to fund welfare day-care for “Yuppies” ?
I was reading in this mornings news that the province of Ontario is going to be funding child day-care for families that earn a NET income of sixty thousand dollars a year.
You say (my mpp) in the article that “children need help in their preparation for entering grade one”.
A “welfare mom” receives less income today due to provincial decreases than in the 1980’s.
Yet the province has money to subsidize day-care spots for the child of a family with a net income of sixty thousand dollars.
There is something so obviously wrong here that I must consider that something criminal may be going on in your government which could lead to this present situation.
I’ll look for stuff and if I find anything disturbing enough I shall consider involving the police, attorney general and Ontario’s human rights commission if or when warranted.
Sincerely yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada

“Hate crimes”

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260 scientist’s plus 1,740 bureaucrats =

“Global Warming” is here and global climate change should be the excuse if it isn’t.

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‘Canadians are not fooled’ ?

Dion calls on Tories to recommit to Kyoto
Liberal Leader Stéphane Dion tabled an Opposition motion on Thursday calling on the Tory government to reaffirmLiberal Leader Stéphane Dion tabled an Opposition motion on Thursday calling on the Tory government to reaffirm Canada’s commitment to the Kyoto Protocol, an accord signed by the Liberals when they were in power.
The motion demands the government “honour the principles and targets of the Kyoto Protocol in their entirety,” and calls on the Tories to create and publish a “credible” plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
“Canadians are not fooled,” Dion told the House. “They know that this prime minister has no commitment to fight climate change. His only motive is to prepare for an election.”
He described the proposed Conservative alternatives to Kyoto as “baby steps.”
Dion’s motion comes as both parties hammer each other on their environmental record, and follows the recently surfaced letter Prime Minister Stephen Harper wrote in 2002 deriding the Kyoto accord.
The letter described Kyoto as a “socialist scheme” that is based on “tentative and contradictory scientific evidence” and designed to suck money out of rich countries.
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Is all your lumber Softwood ?

Dear *,
Americans stopped imports to their country of Canada’s softwood lumber based on concerns that it was subsidized.
We should therefore stop the import of any products including agriculture from any nations which we consider subsidized . “Free trade” does not allow for such a situation anyway.
Do it and let the cards fall where they may and ensure that any who challenge us at the WTO or NAFTA do pay for Canada’s legal fees.
This could be good for Canada’s farmers and attorney’s.
Retribution leading to any trade war is unacceptable and should be met with the fullness of Canada’s government disaproval.
Quebecer’s imagine themselves another nation and would likely not support the federal government in a trade war. This is a concern which the minister’s of heritage and justice should really be involved with re. official languages and Canada’s heritage as an English territory which french settlers did invade early in the 16th century.
Sincerely yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada

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‘Love shack baby …’

Febuary 1, 2006
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Quebec should not be given any special status at UNESCO which all other Canadian provinces do not enjoy or share.
Why can not other provinces have the same right or privilege’s as Quebec ?
Do we have to ask ?
Is Quebec a separate nation or a province in Canada ?
If a nation then so should all other provinces be nations.
If Quebec is still a province in Canada then it should not receive a right which only the federal government is privileged to without the same right given to all other provinces.We shouldn’t have to ask this an equality issue which the the charter guarentees.
I want Gilles Duceppe m.p’s demand of the prime minister of Canada which I believe was given in writing investigated by the RCMP for possible criminal behaviour.
The failure of someone to do so immediately is not going to make my concern of seditious libel go away.
Sincerely yours,
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*,Ontario,Canada

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So you want to be a Nation do you.

Febuary 1, 2007
Dear *
Seditious libel is a criminal offence that I should apply to the RCMP regarding such a serious matter and not to mention to a member of parliament.
I found a definition of sedition and of seditious libel which if guilty of in Canada carries with it a very serious term of life in prison.
The demand you did receive from Gilles Duceppe mp which I heard was given to you in writing should be turned over to the RCMP with my concern regarding this crime of seditious libel.
Sorry, I do consider the Bloc Quebecois leader’s demands unacceptable and that any more regard for the province of Quebec from the federal government of Canada is unacceptable and I do request the return of Quebec’s UNESCO priveleage’s unless all the other provinces and territories are given the same and equal status immediatly.
Sincerely yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada

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