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

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