GPersonem@il

We don’t need no stinking – Yuppie Welfare!

August 12, 2008
Dear the Minister of Finance the Honourable Jim Flaherty, M.P.,
Could you lower the taxes of “the poor” in Canada?
Seems some previous Liberal and so-called Progressive government’s could not be bothered with those most needy.
The poorest of Canada pay the highest taxes based on income and do get the least from the federal government by way of subsidies and benefits.
I think this Conservative government could reduce public spending and taxes, especially of those most burdened by them, the so-called “poor”.
So far you have failed the poor of this country and that are constantly being used by the “Left” as an excuse for spending and red tape expenditures of the government’s public funds.
Conservatives should reduce the taxes and especially of the poor and not raise them by stealth.That would be the “progressive” taxation of Mulroney and the Liberals monkey business, as usual.
Canada should lower the taxes of the poorest of Canadians even if that means reducing federal welfare especially what I would term “Yuppie Welfare”. This finance minister’s business is federal business, run the federal finances and let the provinces run their own monkey business. The badly abused federal transfer program should be fixed according to the law rather than the whining of some spoilt brat liberal cake-eating, premier’s.
We don’t need no stinking Progressives.
Especially in this federal government.
Sincerely yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada

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August 12, 2008 - Posted by | Canadian Politics

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