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Possibly stupider than Liberals

Subject: Payroll taxes are a business expense.

April 30, 2007
Dear member of parliament for *-*, * * mp,
I would have to agree with some federal finance minister’s critics,
his work seems “gimmicky”.
Real estate companies get to keep there trusts and all there special tax treatment on top ?
I support paying down the federal debt but it doesn’t seem wise to use all the surplus.Some should be kept for a rainy day or to lower payroll taxes of the working poor-er.
We don’t need gimmicks and games, which I think could be considered the work of incompetence.
What about the surplus of E.I. taxes built up by the previous Liberal government(s), I heard there is over fifty billion dollars in this ” EI surplus” fund. Maybe the finance minister should consider returning some of this fund which was supposed to be capped at ‘twenty billion dollars’ according to Paul Martin mp, PM, to tax payers plus interest of course.
We don’t need games being played for tax payers sake when simple changes can make a huge difference.
Some of what I have read of changes make it seem that Canadian business may be at a greater disadvantage to foreigners as a result of some the changes being made.
Obviously Canada doesn’t need stupid things being done to make or give an appearance of one thing while a government of idiots goes on blowing its own horn while sinking to the bottom of the ocean.
Give it up, you guys are worse and stupider than Liberals.
No lie.
Sincerely Yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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April 30, 2007 - Posted by | Canadian Politics

1 Comment »

  1. The EI surplus has now reached $54.4 billion at March 31, 2007, from $50.8 billion a year earlier, $1.6 billion coming from current operations + $2.0 billion from interest revenue. This is 12.6% of aggregate insured earnings (of $429 billion), thus for someone earning $40000 or more, the corresponding amount is $5,040 per worker. (Source: Report on Plans and Priorities of HRSDC, pages 122, 126 and 138)

    Comment by Anonymous | May 7, 2007


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