Income splitting is needed

September 30, 2008

Dear member of parliament,
You might even win ‘a majority’ by sharing income splitting with the ‘stay at home’ spouse, “partner”, partner.
“The poor” need tax cuts more than they need welfare handouts, “Income-splitting” for the stay at home “partner” is likely a better vote getter and more importantly a chance to prove that the Conservatives aggressively support some tax “Equality” for the home and family.
You may remember those including myself who may find ourselves “living in poverty” in Canada and paying far too many taxes, really, and not voting for Jack Layton or Elizabeth May (born in the U.S.A.) or Gilles Duceppe (born in the “nation of the Quebecois”).
The poor do pay an exorbitant amount of their incomes in taxes of one form or another.
Imagine earning seventeen or twenty thousand dollars a year and needing a car to get to work and need to buy gasoline for that car at $1.25/l or around five dollars per gallon.
Do stop the yuppie welfare spending some of us consider that (vote pandering).
Sincerely Yours,
*, Ontario
Home to the Victory of 1812-15 and Tecumseh’s shameless loss.
Might Giovanni Caboto have a Holiday in Canada someday?

Not that he needs a rest.


September 30, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics | 1 Comment

Canada’s last foreign-born Prime Minister, (1894-1896)

Rt Hon Sir Mackenzie Bowell, 1894-96 (b at Rickinghall, Eng 27 Dec 1823)

I may not specifically question Elizabeth May‘s citizenship or her loyalty to this country but she is still a foreigner to me.

Re: You cost this country too much.

Sunday, September 28, 2008 7:07 PM


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Dear *. *,

I can assure that you that Ms. May’s commitment and loyalty to Canada is second to none. Elizabeth was born in Hartford Connecticut in 1954 of a British father and American mother. The whole family moved to Canada when Elizabeth was a teenager in 1973. Her parents came as landed immigrants and invested their life savings in opening tourism business on the Cabot Trail. She became a Canadian citizen in 1978.

Thanks very much for your email and let us know if you have any more questions or concerns.

Andrew *

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