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The five billion dollar Man

Subject: Why are provinces banking on federal funds ?

March 16, 2007

 Dear minister * * * * .*.*,        

  Really I do get upset when I read the news that provinces “are banking on federal funds promised to them by Paul Martin”, who only made the promise as an an election plum before an election,which election his party lost.      

   Martin promised but never delivered and lost the election even though making this “five billion dollar promise” to the provinces.       

  You should NOT be spending one penny of Canadian tax dollars to support this Liberal spending promise which was made to gain the favour of Buzz Hargrove leader of the C.A.W. and his not so conservative band of “Liberal” voters, as I recall.     

   I hear some complaining that you aren’t doing enough to support child care when you may be doing more than is needed.      

Lowering income taxes of workers is a far more effective and efficient means of supporting families and those with children.Lowering business costs at the same time, increasing business tax to make up for the cost of lowering income taxes.     

   Hiring more personnel at revenue Canada to chase down business tax dodgers for the billions of unpaid taxes (especially restaurants, trucking and taxi companies – my opinion) would be more effective than chasing after individuals.    

    The Harris government in Ontario made a believer out of me when it comes to lowering taxes as opposed to increasing spending as a means of government benefiting the economy and I voted for Bob Rae.       

Though quickly changed my vote when he passed the Sunday shopping law which I still do not understand coming from a supposed NDP premier ?      

Yours Truly,   
*       *     
*, Ontario, Canada
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h/t – pumpernickel

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March 16, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

“Mr. Dithers” ?

Subject: Child daycare spending.
March 14, 2007
Dear ***,
Is this still a minister of the Conservative government of Canada not of the previous Liberal.
Not Paul Martin he was good finance minister.
Seems to me this government is in a hurry to spend tax payers dollars reminding me of a previous election in which we saw a very great effort by contending party’s to out-spend or out-do the other.
This is why the vote in parliament to pass same-sex marriage legislation and reason national child day care spending suddenly became great Liberal priority’s.
There should be a little more responsibility in your government than what we have witnessed previously especially when it comes to spending of the federal treasury which is over four hundred billion dollars in debt.
This upcoming budget should have no new spending on national child daycare which is an NDP initiative adopted by then prime minister Martin at an election time for Liberal tax and spend voters or the “left wing”.
All around failure on the part of this miniority government and not just as Conservatives but as a government.
Beginning with the vote making “the Quebecois a nation” in this nation illegally inspired by the leader of the Bloc Quebecois party, to the vote held not to revisit the same-sex marriage debate, an NDP initiative adopted by the Liberals in there election run-up, to the latest vote which saw the Kyoto accord, a real Liberal project and a total sham of an environment policy enforced into Conservative policy.
Failure is the part of this Conservative government and long overdue for an election.Trouble is the opposition has little to offer the people and your government’s true “dithering” is being overlooked as a result.
Very unfortunate for Canada and all Canadians.
Sincerely yours,
*
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*, Ontario, Canada
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h/t- garth.ca

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

Re: The Honourable Gilles Duceppe MP

Subject: Gilles Duceppe may have committed a crime.
March 13, 2007
Dear ***,
Gilles Duceppe MP leader of the Bloc Quebecois may have committed an indictable offence by his demand of the prime minister and government which led to the vote making law the Quebecois a nation in Canada, seditious libel.
Vote held to make the Quebecois a nation in Canada should be voted on again. After Gilles Duceppe’s demand is investigated by the police for the crime(s) of sedition, seditious libel, treason.
Too bad no one had noticed when it mattered most.
It is not too late though if the police are asked to investigate this possible crime for any merit.
Something must be done and soon.
I assure you that ignoring this is only going to make the situation worse and that I have notified the media , too this concern.
Sincerely yours,
*
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*, Ontario, Canada
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March 13, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Two days

and one trashed pc. later.

Finally managed to move from Blogger to this very nice place.

 h/t – david akins on the hill

Though I can’t seem to find a font button. *@%

I’m wracked and going to my grate for some sleep.

March 10, 2007 Posted by | Miscellaneous | Leave a comment

pomises promises

Subject: Dalton McSpendy
March 08, 2007
Dear * * m.p.,
Have you read the latest from our premier ?
“We’re not going to use the half-billion dollars to deal with the coal plants specifically themselves,” he said, adding that ending Ontario’s dependence on coal remains a high priority for the governing Liberals.
“We will close the coal-fired plants as quickly as we can.” – from CTV News
I remember reading that this federal money was promised specifically to help with the cost of closing Ontario’s coal plants.
Apparently that promise no longer applies.
Or our premier has decided this money isn’t for the projects it was intended.
Our federal government needs to stop pandering with federal tax dollars like Martin Liberals and take a look at their reason for being Conservative politicians as opposed to Liberal or Progressive.
So far the party’s record isn’t looking very good though polls show your party leading.That could change fairly quickly though if the base of your support is “big spender”.
In fact wasn’t most of the support for the Reform Party of Canada, the result of fiscal and social conservative policy and being the cause of this present federal Conservative party’s existence?
Hoping someone may know ?
Preferably someone in your party maybe its leader in government who I think was one of the founding members of the Reform Party of Canada as I have noticed from his bio on a government website that he was a member of that Party in 1988.That is literally five years before I had even heard of the Reform Party.Though I do credit that party for this government.
Sincerely Yours,
*
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*, Ontario, Canada
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P.S I have more to say about Gilles Duceppe’s demand which led to the vote in parliament making “the Quebecois a nation” within this nation.
I’m quite sure his request or “demand” which was given to the PM in writing may have crossed the line and was illegal.
re: seditious libel

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

Hello WordPress,

Welcome to WordPress.com.

Note to any visitor interested in this new site, you have to go to wordpress.ORG if you want ads. on your blog.

So far so good except i just played w/ the code and erased the link that was here

oops @#*

March 8, 2007 Posted by | Miscellaneous | Leave a comment

bye bye Blogger

It’s actually Thursday, March 8.
Really it’s Friday now but what does that matter when you can’t tell the time anyway.
Nothing works on this today (yesterday) which is more than the usual half stuff not working.
So I’m moving.
“Free” Blogger has been a constant pain.
Today was the last straw.
I’m gone I’m outta here bye bye on our one year anniversary yet.

There never was “a ring” anyway!

I’ve heard there might be a bug going around, too late.

I can’t imagine if Business is having the same kind of trouble.

Moving to another blog probably won’t help if it’s Microsoft’s bug.

I’ll be back for the dishes.

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

promises/demands

Subject: “Dalton McSpendy”
March 08, 2007
Dear * * m.p.,
Have you read the latest from our premier ?
“We’re not going to use the half-billion dollars to deal with the coal plants specifically themselves,” he said, adding that ending Ontario’s dependence on coal remains a high priority for the governing Liberals.
“We will close the coal-fired plants as quickly as we can.”

I remember reading that this federal money was promised specifically to help with the cost of closing Ontario’s coal plants.
Apparently that promise no longer applies.
Or our premier has decided this money isn’t for the projects it was intended.
Our federal government needs to stop pandering with federal tax dollars like Martin Liberals and take a look at their reason for being Conservative politicians as opposed to Liberal or Progressive.
So far the party’s record isn’t looking very good though polls show your party leading.That could change fairly quickly though if the base of your support is “big spender”.
In fact wasn’t most of the support for the Reform Party of Canada, the result of fiscal and social conservative policy and being the cause of this present federal Conservative party’s existence?
Hoping someone may know ?
Preferably someone in your party maybe its leader in government who I think was one of the founding members of the Reform Party of Canada as I have noticed from his bio on a government website that he was a member of that Party in 1988.That is literally five years before I had even heard of the Reform Party.Though I do credit that party for this government.
Sincerely Yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada
*
P.S I have more to say about Gilles Duceppe’s demand which led to the vote in parliament making “the Quebecois a nation” within this nation.
I’m quite sure his request or “demand” which was given to the PM in writing may have crossed the line and was illegal.
re: seditious libel

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

o.k., I dunn it, helped lower the GST

I shouldn’t take all the credit.
Those that used the idea though should be credited for any success.

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

Is it my job ?

Subject: Bill C-257 and MP salaries.
March 06, 2007
Dear minister of human resources the honourable Monte Solberg m.p.,
Should members of parliament vote on a Bill C-257, the outcome of which would affect the salaries of MP’s who are voting on the Bill.
This Bill can not be voted on without a conflict of interest and should not be allowed.
Does Canada not have an ethics commissioner or someone who oversees these kind of concerns of Canada’s parliament ?
Should the average voter have to point this out to a minister ?
Sincerely yours,
*
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*, Ontario, Canada
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‘Coming into Force: Salaries and allowances are no longer adjusted by reference to the increase in the annual salary of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, but in accordance with the index of the average percentage increase in base-rate wages for each calendar year, resulting from major settlements negotiated with bargaining units of 500 or more employees in the private sector in Canada, as published by the Department of Human Resources Development.’

March 6, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

"Poodle fakkers" defence fund

Johnny” goes to court.

Your right to free speech is in jeopardy! And we need your help to fight the political censorship of the internet.

On October 16th, computer software developer Paul Bryan will be in the Supreme Court of Canada battling Section 329 of the Canada Elections Act.

This section of the Act makes the premature transmission of voting results – free speech on the internet – a crime.

Paul thinks this is not only an infringement of the Charter-guaranteed right to free expression, but also an unjustified attempt to control the flow of political information on the internet.

The National Citizens Coalition is helping Paul in this fight because we believe in free speech and we believe that Section 329 is archaic and unenforceable.

Help us fight for freedom of expression!

Click * to contribute to the Paul Bryan Defence Fund today!

Please forward this e-mail to your friends, family, neighbours, and co-workers, or anyone you know who believes in freedom of expression.

“This case is among the first of its kind in Canada and is a indication of the difficulties of trying to muzzle information in the Internet age.”
– The Globe and Mail

“The question before the courts has been not whether the election gag law restricts freedom of expressixon but whether that restriction is justifiable.”
– The Vancouver Sun

“Elections Canada seems to have focused on protecting elections on behalf of politicians, not electors.”
– The National Post

I’m not sure this about freedom of expression ?
I followed some of the superior court trial on CPAC.
They are playing with fire with this challenge
and should lose because they are wrong.
If” they” win child pornography can not be limited on the
Internet by the same principle.
The “MSM” are his chief supporters in this.
I don’t know why the National Citizens Coalition are
involved they aren’t going to help any “Citizens”
unless the “MSM “or child pornographers are the citizens
they are trying to”free” ?

“Uppity Date”:
Look at the signature on this letter.

This would be funny if it weren’t.
Elections Canada is right on the ball a 100% and I hope
Bryan loses this case for the sake of real”freedoms”.

h/t-NCC email

March 6, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 1 Comment

Credit/Sucking/Chest/Wounds

Subject: ATM /Debit/Credit card fees. Part II – “new and improved” with corrected date.
March 05, 2007
Dear minister of finance,
ATM fees on the poor and students are one thing.
Do you know that Banks charge the users of debit and credit cards without their knowledge or consent.
Vendors that have debit machines are charged by Banks every time a customer uses a credit or debit card without the knowledge or consent of the user. I drove a Taxi in
*, Ontario, our employers charged the drivers (lease drivers) a fee in some cases, ten percent, of the amount of every credit card purchase.
Recently I used the service of a taxi in *, Ontario and was charged a dollar and fifty cents on top of the taxi fare because I paid with a debit card.
Credit card and debit charges to vendors on top of the exorbitant interest rates and other charges to owners/users of credit and debit cards is the biggest financial scam in this country, including the “pay day money lenders”.
Users of these cards don’t know what it is costing.
Restaurant and retail stores for example are charged up to five per cent or more of every purchase when a customer ,who already pays for the service, uses a credit or debit card.
Bank charges, interest rates on credit and debit cards are a bigger scam than ATM fees are to the poor and students.
Sincerely yours,
*
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*, Ontario, Canada
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(re-send)
pay day loans

March 5, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

gimme mo moolla

Subject:Bill C – 257
March 05, 2007
Dear minister of human resources,
Some members of parliament may support this Bill because the larger increases unions get the larger increases m.p.’s get.
Should
m.p. salary increases be linked to court judges or big unions or to Canada’s national average or median income and those increases ?
‘Median total income for individuals increased for the first time in three years in 2004. The median total income of individuals amounted to $24,400, up 1.5% from 2003. ‘What an m.p.’s salary should be with no pay for expenses, pensions or benefits and a forty four hour work week with “overtime after sixty hours”.
The median of those who elect them.
Sincerely yours,
*
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*, Ontario, Canada
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h/t – NCC

March 5, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

More "disturbing" news

Some citizens born outside of Canada.
Canada has its own constitution now maybe we should have updated rules for foreign born and dual citizens, like twenty years ago.
Funny how these things get overlooked.

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

You can’t say that …

about a “white guy” in this country.
Niggers are no longer in slavery and only “niggers” are allowed to call niggers, niggers.
“Newfies” should only call Newfies, newfie’s or “newf’s” and only members of our parliament should call a same-sex spouse “wife” others should use “partner”.

It’s a strange thing.

I wonder if Ann noticed that “ambulance chaser” is soliciting donations on her web site.

I’m adding her to my list of favourite Americans;
1. Ann Coulter
2. _
3. _
4. _
5. _

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

Kyoto uh-oh

Seventy five per cent say No to Kyoto.

h/t – Dr. Roy’s

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

Bill C-257

Subject: Conflict of interest.

Some members of parliament may support this Bill because,

Larger the salary increase big unions get the larger pay increase m.p.’s get.
Should m.p’s salary increases be linked to judges or big unions or to Canada’s national average ?

Maybe,

‘Median total income for individuals increased for the first time in three years in 2004. The median total income of individuals amounted to $24,400, up 1.5% from 2003.

What an m.p.’s salary should be with no pay for expenses, pensions or benefits and a forty four hour work week, the median of those who elect them.

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

Who dun it

Did the courts do it ?
‘Paul Martin’s Liberals submitted the issue to the Supreme Court in 2004, hoping to force Parliament’s hand. When the court refused to settle this political question,
Mr. Martin pretended otherwise, claiming that the traditional definition of marriage ran afoul of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. On this misleading basis, the House of Commons passed the Civil Marriage Act in June, 2005, with a close 158-133 vote. Unfortunately, that vote was only partly free: Mr. Martin’s Cabinet – a third of his caucus – was whipped into supporting the new law.’

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

da bumb is a tax waster

Subject: Daltons Top Two , “child poverty” and “climate”.
March 03, 2007
Dear * m.p.,
“Child poverty” and “climate change” seem big concerns of our provincial government this year.
I remember these concerns of some members of the federal government.
No child in this country lives in poverty unless their parent(s) or guardian live in poverty.
Unless children in poverty are living on their own which I have no knowledge of.
Premier of Ontario, Dalton McGuinty, seems to be saying that Ontario’s children are living in poverty while their parents are living in the Bahamas or a resort, own three houses and drive an SUV.
“Child Poverty” may be the result of spending the government treasury into debt and the subsequent taxing of the people of Ontario who are paying to subsidize the daycare of eighty thousand dollar families of one point four children.Has it occurred to those who earn over a hundred thousand dollars a year those “living in poverty” including children are suffering as a result of high taxes which take at least twenty percent of a welfare recipients income. Unless they are all homeless and make purchases on a reservation, which I don’t imagine is possible. Unless all welfare recipients are natives which I still don’t imagine.
There is definitely an issue of poverty in this country, the premier of Ontario is in charge of a hundred and fifty billion dollar provincial debt and is spending the last cent of every “welfare moms” tax bill to subsidize the daycare of families earning over eighty thousand dollars a year.It is no wonder then that “child poverty” is a priority to the premier and should be.
Dalton Mcguinty says that “Climate change” is also a top priority for his government.
The climate changed seven hundred years ago before Europeans lived in North America.The climate changed so much that a famine resulted and “millions died”, it is known as “The Great Famine”.
Dalton McGuinty says he is going to prevent climate change by closing coal powered generators and by building nuclear generators. Scrubbers can be purchased for all of Ontario’s coal generators for less than the cost of building one nuclear power plant.Foolish spending and a terrible loss to tax payers who have to fund these very expensive projects.
“Clean coal” is an emerging technology and Canada has a one thousand four hundred year supply of coal. Nuclear reactors are expensive and dirty.
Coal can be cleaner than uranium -235.
Children don’t live in poverty alone.
Sincerely yours,
*
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*, Ontario, Canada
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March 3, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

One two

one and two
“Child poverty”
Are your parents rich ?
Does mommy/daddy shop for Gucci and leave you in a stereotypical state of abnormal and unfed, unclothed existence ?
Or do politicians have too much too say and too little to do while subsidizing eighty thousand dollar families with one point four children and cutting back on your social services ?

“Climate”
Lets close dems coal burnn generaters and builds us eight brands new nuclaer reacters cause we doos care aboot dat. 800,000,000,000.oo dollars latder

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

From one of their own.

What is seditious libel ?

‘As all Canadians know by now, this question was hatched five days ago by the prime minister. He was responding to the Bloc Quebecois motion that Quebec is a nation, period.’

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

preview to a thrilla

thrilla of manila
lame budget raises taxes on the working poor and increases spending seven billion dollars a year.
Quebec goes to UNESCO alone.
Gilles Duceppe makes illegal and seditious demand of Canada’s government.
“the Quebecois” is voted a nation by more than 90% of the parliament with full support from all leaders in the house of commons.
no action is taken to remove foreigners from Canadian offices .
Treason by the parliament of Canada !
down hill from their kids ….
Same – pervert marriage vote fails successfully or is that successfully fails, doesn’t really matter now.
Have a nice future.

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

Harper’s a lame ass

Of the Liberal sort, we don’t have time for this half assed lame ass from Albertario or Gilles Duceppe or anyone else who lives in Canada or is Canadian and thinks they have a better idea for Canada’s government. Who should be visited by agents of the Crown.
Those who do not understand should resign their office or face the consequences.
Threatening or intimidating of civilians including police officers by government authority, should be met with fury of some who do not tolerate mediocrity of hypocrisy in authority or those in need of severe correction.

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

Harper

“neo con” or neo liberal conned ?

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