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Welfare Tit

September 28, 2008

Dear Member of Parliament for *****,
This is news just released, the U.S. congress has included a 25 billion dollar bailout for the U.S. auto Industry in a defence spending bill.
This is the most blatant kind of welfare spending and is bad business.
Taxpayers loaning money to business is bad business. When they were making billions of dollars in profits a year they weren’t using that to better their company’s future and now the U.S. tax payer are being forced to give loans that may never be paid back by these bankrupted auto Industries.
Governments in this country should never again bailout businesses. The U.S. is going into the toilet because of the government tax bailouts to business and should if this is the way they mange their nation.
Let’s cut off all loans and tax handouts to businesses in this country.Save those for some education.
Business need us as much as we need them. Quebec and especially Bombardier need to be cut off of their public welfare tit too.
‘Public welfare tit’
Businesses do not pay their fair share of income taxes in the fist place so we should cut payroll taxes of low income earners first and increase business income taxes, doubled, and to save your selves from Jack Layton and the lingering Liberal (Stephanie).”Screw” Quebec, “the Quebecois” and Gilles Duceppe too.
Sincerely Yours,
* *
*, Ontario

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September 28, 2008 - Posted by | U.S. politics

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  1. How can we know the dancer from the dance?WilliamButlerYeatsWilliam Butler Yeats

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