GPersonem@il

Indictable offences in Quebec

October 28 – 08
Dear Member of Parliament for * *, *,
Stephen Harper MP the prime minister of Canada and Jean Charest, MPP and the premiere of the province of Quebec were witness by myself to have committed criminal offences during the recent Francophone and EU economic summit meetings held in Quebec.
The Bloc Quebecois leader and MP Gilles Duceppe was also witnessed by myself to have committed the same criminal offences of sedition and seditious libel, both of which are indictable offences in Canada and for Canadian citizens.
I should demand there be an Inquiry into these criminal activities by Canada’s elected representatives.
Also a Thomas D’Quino the CEO of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives and John Manly MP and the RT. Hon. Paul Martin are also known by myself to have committed these same indictable offences and as I did make known to yourself by email last year.
These crimes should be investigated by the proper authorities.
Sincerely Yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada
*

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October 28, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics | , | Leave a comment

Treason!

Reply to a newsletter,

I heard the premier’s say they would be deficit spending “if necessary” too.
I watched the TV broadcasts of the Francophone summit and the premier’s meetings and

heard the prime minister and the finance minister say before the premier’s that Canada “would” and “could” run a deficit. Prime minister Harper even seems to think that Quebec can run itself like another country rather than as a province accountable to the federal government of Canada.

Ontario’s finance minister is projecting a five hundred million dollar deficit in a province that has had a twenty plus billion dollar surplus over the past few years and has not paid down any of their debt and have managed to increase the debt by thirty billion dollars.
I think the premier’s of Canada and especially Jean Charest of Quebec and the prime minister are acting out of control and behaving radically and even treacherously with Canada and Canadians.
Even the recent interest rate cut by the Bank of Canada seems completely unreasonable while the dollar is already falling and the prices of commodities and oil are plummeting.

Possibly following the “leadership of business” isn’t working?

Whatever is going on is treacherous if you asked me and not something easily fixed if at all.
These guys do what they want when they want and don’t give a flying leap what the outcome is or what the the people of Canada care about. They’re out of control in my opinion.Much more so in Ontario and especially Quebec.

I think the law needs to get involved with what is going on in with Charest and Duceppe and this federal government’s dealings with them.

Treason!

October 23, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics | , | Leave a comment

The DisHonourable Stephen Harper PM

October 17, 2008
Dear the former Prime Minister of Canada the DisHonourable Stephen Harper PM
You are obviously extremely deluded when it comes to relations between France and Quebec “being more than friends”, etc., etc.
You are being criminally negligent with this crown country’s sovereignty at the present ‘Francophone summit’ and are now on public record of libeling the crown, which is an indictable offence in Canada.
If you don’t believe me check the Canada Criminal Code, I did.
Your fired
Sincerely Yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada
*

October 17, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics, Crime, eMail | , , , , | Leave a comment

Jean Charest and Gilles Duceppe

October 17, 2008
Dear * *, Member of Parliament for * *, *,
Jean Charest the provincial premier of Quebec is a traitor and I want him arrested and tried.
Gilles Duceppe MP has only committed sedition and seditious libel to my knowledge but Jean Charest MPP, Premiere, is a traitor as I have previously mentioned.
This president of France that I am listening to right now “Live” on CTVNews should be THROWN out of this country and France should be removed from any nation’s that we deal with as “friends”. Until they stop their sedition in this country.
‘New France’ was seceded to the crown of Great Britain, c.1763, in exchange for some British properties and was defeated by war with Great Britain.
Do put a stop to any further “Francophonie summits” within Canada please.
Cancel the Official Languages Act in Canada immediately and do stop calling the Province of Quebec, PQ, “A Nation”, Mr.Prime Minister, and do remove the “National Assembly of Quebec” from within Canada.
Sincerely Yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada
*
P.S. Why isn’t Karl Heinz Schreiber facing a criminal trial for his admission of “bribing” a former prime minister of Canada?
Sorry, that is called being “above the law” and we all know ‘that aint right’.

October 17, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics, Crime, eMail | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

What (EI) Surplus?

October 17, 2008
Dear Member of Parliament for * -*, *, * *
The Conservative finance minister did a decent job considering the previous years of mismanagement of Canada’s finance’s. Canada’s HRDC reportedly had a “fifty seven billion dollar E.I. surplus” that seems to not have been accounted for. Where is this gigantic “surplus” that belongs to Canadian employee’s and employer’s and was supposed to be “capped” at “twenty billion dollars” by Paul Martin a previous finance minister. Did the honourable Ralph Goodale MP do something that we should know about? Rumour has it the surplus was “SPENT” on “other programs” or the “national debt”? The E.I. surplus “twenty billion dollars”, belongs to and should be returned to the HRDC (lump sum, plus interest). The excess surplus (thirty”plus” billion reported), should be returned to those who own and overpaid by lump-sum (all). Even if the country has to go into debt to do so. “Bad Liberals”, the economy- “be damned”. This government needs to “pull-out the stops” to get the “E.I. surplus” back for the tax payers of this country and this finance minister should “pay the price” for not having done so already. Do my member of parliament think this government or any other government in Canada should steal a “fifty seven billion dollars” “rainy day” savings account without any accountability to anyone? I your like me probably not. Flaherty must pay the price for failing to take action to retrieve this “spent”, (I would say stolen), EI surplus? Where is the “Accountability” for those who have been robbed of they’re “rainy day” E.I. savings account? Sincerely Yours,
************

P.S.Fifty seven billion dollars is allot more important than any “Free” trade with Europe or France and if you asked me there should be no agreements with Europe. The EU is a big pathetic financial suck-hole even bigger than the U.S. Get the EI surplus back first, please!
One thing seems certain given the global economic turmoil buffeting Canada: Harper won’t be listening to idle whispers that it’s time to replace Finance Minister Jim Flaherty when he names the new cabinet sometime around Oct. 27.

October 17, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics, eMail | , , | Leave a comment

CTV won’t get my vote

October -16 -08
Dear CTV News,
I was reading on the Internet a “Boycott” CTV’s Mike Duffy letter
about some considered injustice committed against the Liberal
candidate Stephane Dion by a CTV News interviewer and posted by a
blogger. I had seen the interview in question, several times
and I know that the interviewer said nothing wrong or misleading to
Mr. Dion with his question and that some are using this to discredit
Mike Duffy and CTV. This “Boycott” letter I came across, whether
actually mailed to CTV or not is unknown to myself. I included it for
your “possible amusement”.
I thought it ridiculous and even so-laughable that I copied and
re-edited it for my own email blog.

Not Another CTV Boycott letter

We continue to give letters. Oh yes we do.

Feel free to utilize it

Here’s mine!

Mr. Duffy,

I wanted to let you know that I think it is very fair of you to
broadcast the out takes of Stephane Dion’s interview with the ATV
journalist that has now been broadcast all over Canada in this
election.’That guy’s’ question was the most fairly worded question I
have ever heard. The grammar was accurate and it is quite
understandable that a man for whom English is a second language and
who has a mild hearing problem may have a harder time understanding
what he was talking about.

The best part of it is that your guy made a verbal agreement to not
air this bit even after the interview was over – and yet you and/or
your organization saw an opportunity to report this.

If there is one thing that this Conservative government has been
wrongly accused of over the past two years it is the lack of respect
for Parliament and of low blow tactics that they have used in their
campaign against Dion’s character – before and during the election.
Who would have thought that a journalist, whose job it is to be fair
and objective and provide us with valuable insights so that we can
vote with our hearts, would provide the lowest blow in the campaign in
order to report the news.

I could go on and on here about the obvious bias Canadian media
continually shows to the mildewed left Party’s and their bizarre
personality cults. But I will close by saying that I will NEVER ever
watch your show without popcorn again and will encourage others to do
the same. Perhaps, if you personally apologize to Stephane Dion and
the Liberal Party for your journalistic transgression I may consider
not watching your show again but somehow I doubt that should ever
happen.

Not John McGivern

GPersonem@il at WordPress.com, CTV won’t get my vote!
“Blanks57”

October 16, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics, eMail, Miscellaneous | , , | Leave a comment

put-up or shut-up

“EU climate policy” is not and should not be Canada’s climate policy.

October 16, 2008

Forwarded to the Honourable’s David Emerson and Josee Vernier,

October 16, 2008
Dear Member of Parliament for *-*, *,*,
Canadians do no longer accept Stephane Dion and the Kyoto protocols premise of “man-made” or “man-causes” of the “Global Warming/Climate Change” presumption.
Canada should not even be involved with EU climate policy that allows for the presumption/falsehood of “man-made” or any C02 causes for “global warming/climate change”.
Science does say that the sun’s activity is the real cause of “climate change/global warming” and that this is “predictable and historical”. I would like Canada out of the Kyoto Accord altogether along with the Atlantic accords that still give Newfoundland too much transfers.
EU – “Free-Trade” with Canada should not be undertaken until the U.S.-Canada-Mexico agreement (NAFTA) is fixed. In fact most Canadians believe Free-Trade should be cancelled or even “abrogated”.
I would ask that the prime minister do not even attend the EU climate change or free trade-deal meetings. Canada does not need the EU and if you or this prime minister does not like that you should know “where the door is” and use it.
Resigning your seat or office is not out of the question if you believe that the EU has anything to offer Canada that is not in the best interest of Canada and are lacking in “intestinal fortitude”/guts to say to them “No Deal”.
The Canada/U.S “Free-Trade Deal” was a scam according to some well respected Canadians and I remember allot of talk about Canadian “softwood lumber” not being honoured by this “deal” and how Jean Chretien PM had made a promise to scrap this deal or “abrogate”. The government could and should keep this promise and cancell American “Free-Trade” (NAFTA), and do so for the majority of Canadians that did not and still do not support this Brian Mulroney Trade “deal”.
Or the prime minister should be asked by yourself to resign in my opinion.
Sincerely Yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada
*

Say no to Kyoto

October 16, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics, Miscellaneous | , , , , | 2 Comments

(MMP) Looking for a problem with Canadian politics (FPTP)

By proportion of seats in the parliament and by percentage of the popular vote. If the Bloc Quebecois had won the Conservative vote numbers they would have won nearly 200 seats in the house of commons, a huge majority.

(FPTP) Plurality, “Winner take-all” election system is not the problem, regional racist voting is.

(MMP) Proportional electing would only leave a government with more than two parties a perpetual minority and practically useless and would allow for even more division or anarchy.

This country needs a plumber and not a doctor.

The Bloc Quebecois won more seats than the NDP with only half as many votes.

The real problem is the regional and racist voting allowed in the federal election not the need for a better voter system.

Conservative 143 46.4 46.4% 5,205,334 37.6 37.6%
Green Party 0 0.0 0.0% 940,747 6.8 6.8%
Bloc Québécois 50 16.2 16.2% 1,379,565 10.0 10.0%
NDP-New Democratic Party 37 12.0 12.0% 2,517,075 18.2 18.2%

October 15, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics, Miscellaneous, Ontario | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Need a Job?

October 15-08
Dear Member(s) of Parliament,
Reading this was work.
The history of Canadian voter turnout from Elections Canada. You have to read the small print at the top and bottom to get the accurate picture.
Do especially note the years 1891 to 1898, ruffly a 54% average voter turnout.
Save us the rhetoric please.
Sincerely Yours,
*
*, Ontario

October 15, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics | , | Leave a comment

Just when you thought the worst may be over,

This Happens


October 15, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics | , | Leave a comment

Does the EU have Canada’s E.I.?

October 15, 2008
Dear *, Member of Parliament for *-*, *,
Curious the prime minister should be ‘jetting off’ to Europe for trade talks with the president of France at a time in this country when the Governor General should likely be calling out Canada’s Armed Forces against the Francophone Gilles Duceppe MP and the seditious Bloc Quebecois regional, criminal, race, party, or resigning her position?
Does the E.U. have Canada’s E.I., because I really can’t imagine any trade talks that could take precedent over returning Canada’s ‘missing 54 billion dollar E.I. surplus’ or this Franco- “Quebecois”/”crises”.
Do we run off and forget the people of this country in order to sign some more useless some would even say “stupid”, Free-Trade deals, with a bunch of bankrupt European misfits?

“I dooon’t think so”.
Sincerely Yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada
*

E.I. E.I. Ohhhh?


October 15, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics | , , | Leave a comment

“Low Voter Turnout” “58%”, update: “59.1%”

October 15, 2008
Dear Member of Parliament for * *, *
“Conservatives do better with a high voter turnout”. – the Prime Minister of Canada, Stephen Harper
I was curious about this mysterious and unexplained phenomena of “low voter turnout” in Canadian elections. I checked with the governments official statistics web page and looked for any record of voter turnouts during national elections.
Seems there is some and there really is no such “phenomena” or any “mystery” that points to any kind of “declining voter turnout” since confederation and the election of the first prime minister in 1867.
Other than what I would guess to be an expected decline due to having so many elections consecutively over such a short period of time which could likely leave some people feeling they would rather stay home, I would be one of those people but this year I forced myself.
There is some decline showing in the record of voters going to the polls but only over the last five years and that should be very obvious that this is not a trend.
We do not need this kind of rhetoric being promoted by the government on to the citizens of this country.
Canadians need to be told the truth, there is no real “decline in voter turnout” and contrary to the opinions of our governments and since the confederation of this country in 1867.
Sincerely Yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada
*

Update: 1891-1898 only about 54% averaged, of Canadians bothered to vote. Don’t our elected professionals have access to this kind of data, poor things, they must need another pay raise.

O look they even held a referendum in 1898 , only 44% bothered to turnout. Surely a crises in democracy must have ensued.

I’ve heard the other “leaders” in Canada’s government telling us this same rhetoric.

October 15, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics, Miscellaneous | , , , | 6 Comments

Another, Letter to the Governor General

October 15, 2008

Her Excellency the Right Honourable Michaëlle Jean
Governor General of Canada
Rideau Hall, 1 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A1

Telephone: (613) 993-8200
Toll-free: 1 (800) 465-6890
Fax: (613) 998-8760

Email: info@gg.ca

A Respectful Government for Canada

I beg of you to actually do your job and have the traitor Gilles Duceppe MP Leader of the Bloc Quebecois in Canada arrested for sedition by the authority granted you as representative of the crown in this country.

To allow Gilles Duceppe MP to escape this justice would expose Canada to policies that the majority of Canadians clearly do not want. They could diminish Canadian sovereignty and further undermine the supportive social programs and civil liberties that Canadians citizens have come to enjoy.

Or you should resign your office if not for ethical reasons then under threat of facing similar charges.

Gilles Duceppe MP said tonight (and this morning being the 15th) on cpac television that he had “won a majority”. He has usurped his authority as a member of parliament broken his sworn oath and should be removed from the house of commons and the parliament of Canada.

Yours for a free and democratic Canada,

* *
*, Ontario ( my name and location)

P.S.Abortion doctors that “defy the lawshould go to prison with Gilles Duceppe MP and not receive the country’s highest honours.

Bye, bye, Michael Jean

h/t

(Links not included )

October 15, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics, eMail, Miscellaneous | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

GO Maroons!

TORY’S WIN BIG!

October 14, 2008
Dear *, Member of Parliament for *,
Congratulations on your win tonight.
Hope “we” don’t spend this mandate trying to please “the east” or “the Quebecois nation”.
Saw on TV some of the local debate and thought you did a good job, the Liberal was a fairly strong opponent and the NDP voters can also be strong in this area.
I may even buy a Hyundai if the U.S. doesn’t “melt down” due to a lack of North American made auto sales.
Tax cuts for the poor can be difficult when some of “the poor” are receiving seven thousand or more dollars a year in child benefits. I do not know how anyone in this country can really be “poor” or how children can be “living in poverty”, as we seem to hear so much, except for those on general welfare which are not very many at all. Natives of course do not pay taxes and should not be allowed to vote or receive tax benefits nor should be persecuted or put down.
Caledonia is not your riding but is a federal responsibility and needs to be cleaned up according to treaty rights.Be good to the Natives but not their Liberal babysitters, please.
Quebec is not a lost cause but Ontario is where any federal party has to win, unless they are the Bloc Quebecois.
Governments have spent too much time trying to “win in Quebec” and “worrying about the east”, some even seem to think that Ontario is in the east when it is really central from a political view and close enough geographically also.
Ontario has to be central to any winning campaign which I did not see in this election from any party, Jack Layton ran the best campaign at least in Ontario and I think that will show..
Down with the Official Languages Act, Atlantic Accords, “Free Trade” “Corporate Welfare”, the commercial seal hunt in Canada and any special treatment for any other “Nations” and including First Nations in this country.
Enough of the Quebecois attitude of inherited rights that do not even exist except as some Liberals let them. Conservatives should “kill” the Arts and Culture spending in this country and the damned Liberal/UN, Stephane Dion stench called the ‘Kyoto Accord’.
A larger minority is still a victory, I’m against the Mulroney Free Trade Deal and want Karl Heinz Schreiber charged criminally for bribing Mulroney and before this week is done, this a criminal matter and not for a government ‘public Inquirey’ held behind closed doors and overseen by a Judge that was appointed by Mulroney.’Not gonna happen’ and do try to get back the E.I. surplus that the previous finance minister Jim Flaherty seems can be forgotten. I must demand that there be a ‘public Inquirey’ and some “accountability” for Canada’s stolen E.I. surplus.
“Kill” Kyoto and not the dog.
‘Press your nose to the window Danny Williams your on the outside looking in.’, a quote from a blog comment I read earlier tonight that I thought worth repeating.
I just saw your numbers on the TV screen your a runaway 18000 plus to the Liberal, 11,000. You got mine too just in case, I saw the debate and thought * was going to hurt ya, or visa-versa. : l
Were not exactly un-accustomed to going “hands-on” in this town, go Maroons.
I hear that the prime minister likes to read and is interested in the history of professional Hockey, my favourite sport when I was a youth, to watch that is, but I couldn’t play very well, two left feet, Disappointing but we can’t have everything, I went to school with Dave *, my brother and his kids help on his mothers farm near *. Just between you and I, you should try to get a * jersey for the PM or maybe I can ask around and drop one off at your office if I get my hands on one.
Sincerely Yours
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada
*
A “disgruntled”, “under-employed”, “poor” trucker and ex-cab driver – because I got beat up by “crack-heads” and the police charged me. Waited ten months for a court date date and the Judge threw my case out when I fired my lawyer who wanted me to plead with no witnesses in the court room. Law games, they want to play law games with peoples lives. They cost me my job and I’ll never go back if that’s how cabbies get treated by the law and their employers.

October 15, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics, eMail, Ontario | , | Leave a comment

Majority!?!

Close but no cigar

October 14, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics | , , | Leave a comment

We don’t need no stinking … “Brokers”

CRA and Canada Labour

October 15, 2008
Dear * *, Member of Parliament for *-*, *,
If successfully re-elected and Conservatives are the new government I would ask that the Liberal federal labour law in this country be fixed or repaired.
Really it isn’t the law that is “Liberal” it is the application of the Labour and Revenue Agency laws.
Canada Revenue Agency does not apply the definition of employee to all federally regulated workers in Canada fairly and does leave some employee’s working as “contractors” and some temporary workers taking the place of permanent employees such as at ‘* * Transport’ (I know because I used to work there) in Mississauga ON.
Canada Revenue Agency is being negligent and the Canada Labour Code is not being enforced ethically or even legally
Canada’s trucking industry and temporary employers are abusing their rights and the workers of this country.
This may not be easy to fix.
Canada Revenue Agency and the Canada Labour Program need to be held “accountable” to the taxpayers and electors of this country especially for not collecting from federally regulated employee’s the same taxes and premiums that the rest of Canadian employees are required to pay.
Both these government Agencies may likely need to be dismantled or seriously reworked.
Like the Liberalized courts across this country they are incompetent.
Federally regulated trucking industry in Canada needs much attention from the tax collectors and labour enforcers of this country. Don’t ask them, ask me, I’m, the one who votes, not * International or * * * in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan!

STINKING TRUCKING INDUSTRY!
Sincerely Yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada
*
Good Luck to the Conservatives today.

October 14, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics, Miscellaneous | , , , , , | Leave a comment

Vote Marijuana?

I do not support the Brian Mulroney/Pierre Trudeau vision of “Free Trade“, so I should not vote Conservative.

I do not support carbon taxes or the idea of “man made” “Global Climate Change” so I should not vote Liberal, NDP or Green.

I do not live in the region of Quebec or support communists so I can not vote for the Bloc Quebecois.

This leaves me on the “fringe“.

Or, “the lesser evil“?

October 14, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics | , , | 1 Comment

The Medieval Warm Period

I Guess this is what they mean by “Global Climate Change”.

Looking at the grey line things haven’t really “changed” at all and Al Gore, Stephane Dion, Elizabeth May and allot of “scientists” should go back to elementary school and try again.

Or should they refund to taxpayers the cost of their publicly-funded post-secondary educations?

The UN just wants a human caused crises, like their aren’t any real ones ?

More climate “News”.

October 13, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics, Miscellaneous | , , | 1 Comment

“Turkey Day”

Happy Thanksgiving Day
In 1879 the Canadian Parliament declared the 6th November as a day of Thanksgiving and a national holiday. Over the years the date has changed with the third Monday in October being the most popular time. Finally on the 31st January 1957 the Canadian Parliament proclaimed that….

Smoked Goose or Stephen Harper if Dion wins

October 13, 2008 Posted by | Politics and Religion | , , | Leave a comment

Barack Obama, not born in the U.S. or even a legal U.S. citizen?

‘It has been asserted by a number of sources, including Andy Martin, that Barack Hussein Obama was born in Mombasa, Kenya and not in Hawaii. Philip Berg’s Latest Motion to the Court is more explicit since it gives an exact Place of Birth.’

Doesn’t matter if you were born in Canada, you can still be the prime minister if you want.

Mrs. Obama speaks out against some ‘racist American bloggers’.

October 12, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics, U.S. politics | , | 2 Comments

Elizabeth May be a real Hoser

Check out the Bourque News, looks like Elizabeth May was ‘in the sack’ with Stephane Dion for a senate seat/cabinet post.

Updated

That’s an ugly picture.

Wouldn’t that be “bribery”?

May’s confusing us, Green candidate says

October 12, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics | , , | Leave a comment

Quebec Quebec Quebec

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Dear member of parliament,

Do the Conservatives want to win votes in Quebec? If yes,  have a nice two and half years with another minority government, if your lucky.
Do Conservatives want to win votes in Canada and especially in Ontario where they are most needed?
Then cut federal income taxes and raise the basic deductible amount to twenty thousand dollars. Jack Layton NDP MP said he would, you could steal from their plan but since I gave them the idea in the first place you may use it.
Good luck with any incompetent minority government. Thanks to Quebec for that.
Don’t blame Ontario while their losing jobs and need the economic boost that can come from tax cuts especially federal income tax cuts and is the reason why the Liberals “Green Shift” has any popularity at all.
I would guess that now it may be too late but the Conservatives still have today to pull off a last minute win or may be even “a majority”.
Sincerely Yours
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada
*

October 12, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics, eMail, Ontario | , , | 2 Comments

No Deal

Flaherty meets with G7

October 11, 2008
Dear the Minister of Finance the Honourable Jim Flaherty, MP,
Canada should not have any part of signing any “deals”, “treaties” or “agreements” with the same ‘morons’ that are responsible for this mortgage/economy/banking/credit – crisis in the U.S.
I sent an email to this minister and Cc: to the Ontario minister of finance last year after George Bush blamed “the borrowers” and not the lenders for what was then only a “mortgage crises” in the U.S. I mentioned that was wrong for President Bush and that he had “missed the ball” by blaming the borrowers when the lenders were the ones that caused the problem.
Their government is responsible for this mess and for letting the irresponsible lobbying schemers to take charge of the policy making of their government.
The U.S. government’s own corruption is the real cause of the trillions of dollars in losses and bailouts being suffered.
Let them fix their own mess.
Beware of any “deals” with them or the European’s and this finance minister if re-elected should try to get back the TSX from the S&P in Toronto asap.
I support the Conservative Party of Canada this time and “the abrogation” of ‘Free Trade’ or NAFTA.
Sincerely Yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada
*
P.S. What has NAFTA done for Canada’s softwood lumber industry or Canadian manufacturers lately?

October 11, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics, U.S. politics | , , , | Leave a comment

Say No to Trudeau

‘Duceppe blasts Trudeau for backing bilingualism’

October 11, 2008

Dear member of parliament for * *, *, * *,

Seems that Gilles Duceppe does not approve of the official languages act.
“Trudeau’s son described those who are unilingual as lazy, as if it wasn’t normal for someone to speak their own language, live in their language and to want to work in their language.” – Gilles Duceppe, Oct.11 -canwest news service
If the Bloc Quebecois do not want national bilingualism then the Canadian government should abolish that act.
I would like to see the metric system in Canada abolished also and the “Atlantic Accords” that are still sending money to some eastern province’s and any other “deal” that allows Saskatchewan or any other province to get around paying or receiving fair transfers.
“Ontario pays twenty billion” more than supposed to to the federal treasury each year, if there is any truth to that then that should be fixed. Ontario is hurting and Quebec is laughing.
The Bloc Quebecois does not want official bilingualism so why do we have have this act in Canada?
Canadians do not want official bilingualism or the metric system for that matter, this government should get rid of both of them.Only the Liberals support this bogus act.
Sincerely yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada
*
P.S. Employment Insurance is not for those who are self-employed and this is further abuse of the original purpose of this program-(unemployment).
E.I. is not for maternity leave either and should be completely scrapped if this is the way the program is going to be used,abused.(Unemployment Insurance)
The “spent” “57 billion” E.I. Surplus must be returned to those who overpaid they’re E.I. premiums and those who ” spent” that should be held “accountable” or the police should be investigating this as a criminal matter!
Karl Heinz Schreiber, Brian Mulroney, Gilles Duceppe and now Paul Martin, who’s going to be next in this country to not be charged for breaking the law, some of us could only wonder?

October 11, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics | , , | Leave a comment

Yeast produces C02?

So how much would a loaf of bread cost after “carbon taxes”?

‘The purpose of any leavener is to produce the gas that makes bread rise. Yeast does this by feeding on the sugars in flour, and expelling carbon dioxide in the process.’

Liberal says carbon taxes won’t reduce emissions.

October 10, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics, Miscellaneous | , , , , | Leave a comment

Ontario stabbed in the back by Quebec, again!

October 09, 2008
Dear Member of Parliament,
Adding insult to the injury of ignoring Ontario, the Conservatives have made by a vote in parliament, a “Nation” of the Quebecois”. Without Bay-Street singing the praises of the economy the Conservatives suffer the consequences, at least if voter polls mean anything.
“519” supports the Conservatives, that is where the “grass roots” are, but “905” is where heavily tax Torontonians live and most of Jack Layton/ Stephane Dion’s welfare yuppies.
Cutting taxes are the Conservative’s key to winning in the “905”.
Commercial residential municipal taxes in Ontario are much higher (very much higher actually) than are the tax rates of single family homes and this is something that needs to be fixed and would be much apprecited.
Cutting income taxes by raising the basic deductible amount is the best way to lower every ones taxes.
“Income-splitting” is a good idea as long as you really mean income-splitting and not income-shifting and leaving out the single-earner family that need it the most.
To win Toronto you need to win new voters, the grass roots area’s may be on side but Quebec is sliding away as I predicted and even foretold in a previous email and as I fully expected. Quebec cares about Quebec.
To help this country’s economy and especially those who need the help the most the government should lower income taxes. I don’t care what you have to do to accomplish lowering payroll taxes.
The government should and must work to get back Canada’s “spent” “57 billion dollar E.I. surplus” and would be very handy to have at a needy time like this.
Karl Heinz Schreiber and Brian Mulroney should be facing criminal charges for the crimes they have already admitted to and not having another tax payer funded “public Inquirey”.
To win Toronto cut their taxes and I do know Tor-on-to.I have some friends and relatives that live there.
Save the “welfare spending” (tax dollar pandering) for the Liberals and “Taliban”-Jack.
Sincerely Yours,
*
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*, Ontario, Canada
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(519) ***-****
P.S. You should not negotiate with Taliban or any middle east terrorists in Afghanistan or elsewhere because they will not negotiate in good-faith.
Afghanistan needs the full attention of NATO or Canada should leave, just pull-out over-night and go home.
If NATO won’t send the help that is needed, Canada should just up and leave.
Were really tired of all the woes of Afghanistan and how NATO won’t do their fair share, tired.

Ontario property tax system

Ontario’s tax madness

The Quebecois a Nation

“Welfare Yuppies”

October 9, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics | , , , , , | Leave a comment

“Fiddle-diddling”

October 09,2008
Dear member of parliament,
I was just doing some reading-up on “Income-Splitting” and I had thought this was actually something real and not another government “fiddle-diddle” with the tax-payers program.
“Income-splitting” should allow a spouse/parent with no income to share or actually “split” the gross families income and not just shift taxes from a higher to lower tax bracket. Actually “split’ them and not tax-shifting.
Keep your “fiddle-diddling” plans to yourselves please and out of the public’s conscience.
We have Stephanie Dion, Jack Layton and Gilles Duceppe to “diddle” us with their stupid plans and ideas all year long, thank you.
Sincerely Yours,
*
*, Ontario, Canada

Income splitting is only beneficial for taxpayers in the second (22%) bracket or higher, so anyone
earning less than $37,000 is left out.

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Economics – 101

October 09, 2008
Dear member of parliament,
Seems income-splitting would encourage one parent to stay at home to care for the children rather than needing welfare subsidies from the tax payers.
Obviously this would be costly to the government and money could be saved by cuts to tax benefits and social welfare spending and by making business pay a fairer share, (individual Income tax are a business cost, expense, do not overlook those economics), the higher tax brackets may need to be adjusted upward some.
Income-splitting should be a priority for the government including provincial governments and especially those considered “Conservative”.
A big vote getter no doubt.
Income-splitting should be for everyone.
Very do-able in my opinion.
Sincerely Yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada
*

Daycare children abused

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carbon taxes?

NoCarbonTaxes.com

Link to petition

h/t Wolk

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Vote Liberal – get it over with!

What is that sucking and blowing sound?

October 08, 2008

Dear member of parliament,
I looked at the spending in the Conservatives platform. It is being called “mild” by comparison to the other Party’s spending.
Reducing income taxes particularly by using “income-splitting” would offer much more help for everything from Housing to the Self-Employed, Artists and Veterans to the economy over-all.
I know this government is well aware of “income – splitting” and it’s costs but are apparently completely ignorant of the benefits to families and consumers and business or the economy.
I thought Conservatives represented lower taxes, less government, less spending and less bureaucracy?
I don’t see any of that in this platform and though considered “mild” according to some Liberal standards, gets a “thumbs down” from me, for overlooking tax cuts, especially for those who need them the most and increasing “Corporate Welfare” and arts and social spending.
“Two thumbs down”!
Cut taxes and government corporate welfare and social spending!
Or I’ll vote for the Liberals too, your stinking welfare spending is costing this economy more than it can afford especially at a time like this.
Shoot the “lame-duck”?
All these “drib-drab”, “limp-noodle” spending increases, ‘here and there’, are sucking out the surplus of this country’s economy while doing nothing good for the economy.
Speaking of a “Surplus” does anyone know where the Liberal’s E.I. Surplus is?
Someone’s been waiting for it to be mentioned in any fiscal budget or a party platform?
Is it missing or something? “57 Billion dollars”? Where is the E.I. surplus mentioned in your government budgets or any party platform?
Sincerely Yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada
*

Where is Canada’s E.I. surplus?

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Liberally challenged persons

Dear member of parliament,

I think my vote is changing.
You won’t win a majority by canceling the good things and passing off more CorpRott welfare to support business suffering from the affects of Free Trade and a high dollar.
The total cost of the four-year platform is projected at close to $8.7 billion.’
How can government possibly afford to eliminate the lowest tax bracket and income- splitting with this kind of business and Arts sucking-up?

  • The total cost of the four-year platform is projected at close to $8.7 billion.
  • The final year would be the most costly, at $2.8 billion.
  • It projects a cumulative surplus of $8 billion over the four years.
  • The platform pledges $20 million a year to help the forestry industry market its products abroad.
  • It also promises $1.6 billion to help manufacturing and resource industries.
  • Ensures Conservative government maintains a minority government at best.

You are now taking advantage of Canadians in my opinion and should likely not be re-elected.
“Kill” Arts funding in this country after the election stop the E.I. for the self-employed and get back your “spent” E.I surplus and KicK all of the QuebeCers out of the Cabinet and the house of commons, do so for your own good.
Need a pay raise?

from CTV

October 7, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics | , , , , | Leave a comment

Show we the money!

Why can’t I deduct my p.s.t. at tax time?

October 07, 2008
Dear member of parliament,
Business is allowed to deduct taxes from their incomes including municipal and gasoline taxes as a deductible expense.
I can not do this.
Canadian business only pays about “one- third” of the overall tax bill in Canada. So who is paying all the taxes?
We do not want or need the tax-“fiddling”, such as the five thousand dollar tax savings account! Who has five thousand dollars of spare cash in the first place – tax “fiddling”.Handing out tax-credits and giving workers benefits to the self-employed, forgetting about Canada’s E.I. surplus, starting new crown corporations and making new nations are not what citizens (voters) in this country want or need.
This seems all very progressive governing that Canadians do not want.
We already have the Liberals, NDP,Greens and the Bloc Quebecois for some “special” citizens to pander to us with tax dollars.
In short, the tax disparity between business and individuals in this country must be addressed, I’m sure that Jack Layton, Elizabeth May and even Gilles Duceppe would agree, the Liberals of course being lost in some kind of a “Green Shift”.
The lowest tax bracket needs to be removed completely and income-splitting available for all families and the losses made up wherever you have to, I would suggest starting by decreasing government salaries and the benefits of MP’s and Canada’s civil service.
Pandering to the “Quebekers” is a lose-lose proposition for this country and good for no one.This is progressive ideology and not very conservative at all.
I do not like tax spenders very well or this Progressive political tax and spend- pandering.
Cut payroll taxes, it’s called winning votes, and lowers business costs, or go work somewhere else and let the Liberals give us the their “Green-Shaft”.
There’s a progressive stench in this country.
Sincerely yours,
* * (Mulroney should be in jail)
*
*, Ontario, Canada
*
P.S. I would really like to see some of the CA and Reform party green colour in this Conservative party’s official logo and lawn signs. Green is very in.

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What’s good for you?

Sunday, October 05, 2008
Dear member of parliament,
“Income splitting” could be important for all Canadians.
Income splitting would allow a stay at home spouse “partner” or parent to know that they’re work in the home counts for something as it clearly does.
The economy likely matters the most right now to some and this could be an important change that would allow more earned income to stay at home.
This could even be a security measure for those concerned about needing to look for a second job or to go out to work as opposed to rather staying at home to care for their children.
Low income earners are the most stressed in hard times by expenses and by taxes and need tax relief as much as businesses or even more.
Cutting the low income tax bracket and/or income-splitting would be big vote getters in my opinion and are what is ‘good for you’ to, what’s good for Canada is less need for social spending and more take home pay, “income-splitting” does seems like a good deal.
Some of the tax rates may need adjusting upward as this measure should mostly affect those the most needy,the working poorer and those who have to choose between having enough at home or needing to get extra work outside the home.
Sincerely,
*

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*, Ontario, Canada
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Good ad. by the way.

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Elections Canada ” Regional parties”

05-10-08
Dear member of parliament,
Elections Canada should not allow regional party’s to participate in the federal elections.
Could this wrong not be easily corrected by having some rules that prevent electing regional parties like the Bloc Quebecois to the federal government?
The Reform Party was “regional” at it’s roots but ran and elected candidates in more than just one province and region. I remember voting for the Reform Party in Ontario in the 1993 election.
There needs to be rules that prevent federal political party’s from having only candidates in only one province of the country.
Sincerely,
*
*, Ontario, Canada

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Subsidies = Taxes

-Jul 07, 2008

‘Japanese beef is just one of many government subsidized foods, along with American corn and European fruit. Together, the subsidies are worth a staggering $300 billion a year.’

‘In 2005 the Ontario Liberals started subsidizing ethanol to the tune of $520-million over 12 years.’

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Just ask Michael Wilson, dumb separatist

need a “paltform”, why don’t you ask Michael Wilson for some idea’s?

Maybe you could cut down on the the perceived vote pandering with taxpayers money?
Ie. extending workers benefits to the self-employed which the more I read about the more I do not like.
Not to mention letting the Liberals get away with stealing the E.I. surplus from Canadians.
Avoid segmentation vote pandering to certain parts of society while basically ignoring the whole.
A Conservative government is only going to be successful cutting taxes unless they only cut business taxes, which is really a bad idea if you want to be re-elected.
Pandering in Quebec and to Quebecers has reached all time highs with this government and has cost the Conservatives and this country.
You seem more liken an Alberta Separatist and a dumb one at that.
Who would imagine being in charge of Canada and ignoring the Ontario voter could ever be a good thing?
Joe Clarke?
The U.S. economy is bad but you need to run this country and not their’s and visa-versa.
Americans need to keep their “Business” out of this country’s politics and politicians.
Or why should Canadians pay for you and a parliament?
You stink but you still smell less than the Communists I mean Liberals and the Nut Democrats.I don’t speak for the Bloc supporting Quebeker.
You can think your smart but voters are not so stupid.

October 4, 2008 Posted by | Miscellaneous | , , , , | Leave a comment

Scrap the CRTC?

03-10-08
Dear winner of the next federal election in Canada,
Which should be whoever cuts the lowest federal tax bracket and applies income splitting fairly to all Canadian families.Conservatives more likely gaining a majority by doing so.
Whoever wins, could they please do something about the CRTC which seems to have little difficulty with Canadians watching 24 hours a day of CNN while preventing the FOX News from broadcasting here altogether?
Canada does not need the CNN or FOX News really, so should not allow the CNN to broadcast here either. Is this blatant political broadcasting discrimination against the “right-wing” in Canada.
Or, just scrap Canada’s CRTC and open the market up and scrap the CBC too which is so Liberally biased, especially the CBC Radio Overnight program.
Sincerely Yours,
* *
*, Ontario, Canada

October 3, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics | , , , , | Leave a comment

From the roots, up

03-10-08

Dear member of parliament for *****

“Platform”?

“Income-splitting”should be for all Canadian families.
Attention should be payed to cutting income taxes of “the poor”, first.
Tax parity between Business/Industry and individuals should be a “social goal” and Business should be cut off from “Corporate Welfare” including any tax relief.

Manufacturing jobs in Canada are being lost due to the Free Trade deal and the Canadian dollars rise to U.S. parity which makes exports more expensive – “abrogate” Free Trade/NAFTA.
Health Care,- “An ounce of prevention……
Marijuana is a “gateway drug”, do build more jails and increase criminal drug sentencing, greatly.
Tobacco is an even bigger gateway drug ,do criminalize the sales of nicotine products.
Alcohol may not be a “gateway drug” in my very non-“expert” opinion.
Global Warming/ Climate Change is mostly a left-wing political fraud, “Kill” Kyoto.

October 3, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics | , , | Leave a comment

Smog costs the health care system

October 03, 2008
Dear member of parliament for * * *,
Tobacco nicotine and “smog”.
Nicotine should be made a controlled (banned) substance in Canada and the discrimination by outrageous and ridiculous (criminal really) taxation by Canada’s government’s against some who are “addicted” to these legal products stopped, or individuals should face hate crimes charges.
Smog, caused mostly by automobiles and coal powered electricity plants without scrubbers are costing the health care system in Canada money, – “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”.
Put scrubbers on the coal plants and introduce California like smog controls on the automobiles.
Sincerely Yours,
* *
*, Ontario, Canada
P.S. Do rid Canada of the metric system, official languages Act and please “abrogate” Free Trade in Canada, like someone promised to once.
Do not build any new nuclear power plants in Canada please unless they are absolutely necessary.

“Global Warming/Climate Change” in Canada is not “man made” or “man caused”.

October 3, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics | , , , | Leave a comment

The NDP is a fraud

reply to the NDP newsletter,

How can Canada afford giving those with a net income of $188,000.00 or less, “more”?
The NDP is a bomb for the working people of this country.
Bob Rae legalized Sunday shopping when he was the NDP premier of Ontario, how does that help the average working person?
The NDP is a fraud.


October 3, 2008 Posted by | Miscellaneous | Leave a comment

Dear NCC

reply to NCC newsletter,

Health care in Canada has been pretty good to me, the cost is an issue though.
The only Canadians looking for a “Choice in healthcare” that I know are those opening private womans health care (“abortion”) clinics?
What does “choice in health care” mean to the NCC?
Choice to buy your own health care insurance to get bet “better” care, then go through what Americans do and sell your house to get the proper care when the health insurance company won’t pay?
Get serious please.
I support the Conservatives but private health clinics are only supported by Henry Morgentaller and those who support his kind of blackmailing Liberal politics.
Do clarify what you mean by “Choice in health care” for your readers?
American health care is only good if you can afford it!
Ie., are a Millionaire at least, or John, (I’m not sure how many houses I own or how many lobbyists work for me), McCain.
I would support McCain over Obama but he still needs a math test and a moral compass.
We do not want Americans telling Canadians what to do, period.
I’m surprised that no one has raised Elizabeth May’s birth state as an issue in this election?

October 03, 2008

*

Thanks for your email. We are not advocating privatizing health care- we do believe the system is broken and needs to be fixed. Disagree totally with your comments that we have a secret agenda – I do appreciate your comments with respect to prevention of health costs. We will be continuing with our health care campaign with the assistance of Dr. Schumacher and hope to have a report ready by the spring that will offer concrete suggestions for easily implementable improvements to the health care system.

We do believe in the public system but being on a waiting list is not access to health care and we need to get more doctors and health care professionals into the system- they will pay for themselves by helping people before they get sick and cost the system even more.

Would like to hear your feedback on what needs to be done to improve the health care system.

Again, many thanks for your email.

Please send me your feedback at your convenience

Best regards

Peter *

To:
“Peter *” <p*an@ncc-on.org>

“We are not advocating privatizing health care-”
Glad to hear that, I think Henry Mortgentaller is really the only one that is doing that.
If “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”, then Canada should “get rid” of the metric system, a.s.a.p. : )
Then rid this country of the Official Languages Act, Paul Martin/Danny Williams version of the Atlantic Accords, and scrap NAFTA.
Health care is being plucked by all the other social spending especially provincial child day care.
They want it all and someone else to pay for it.
Canadian tax payers do not and never will have enough money to pay for all the new social spending programs.

October 2, 2008 Posted by | Miscellaneous | Leave a comment

“Happy Birthday”

Woman in Politics

"Woman in Politics"

October 1, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Should Canada have debates in French?

October 01, 2008

Dear members of parliament,
Are not “Franco-Canadians” especially from Quebec being racist about their culture in Canada? If “the Quebecois are a nation” they should be expelled from Canada’s parliament and federal government offices.
“The Quebecois” must be defined for citizenship purposes and those who are not Canadian removed as illegals.
Is this some kind of joke of the NDP and the Liberals that supported the motion.
Get the Quebecois out of the federal government or face the consequences which should include hate crimes against individuals.
Get the “frogs” out of Canada please and NO federal FRENCH DEBATES.
Sincerely Yours,
* *
*, Ontario, Canada
P.S. If your French and you know it, get out of Canada please or you should be removed.

October 1, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics | Leave a comment

Not debatable

October 01, 2008
Dear member of parliament,
Should Elizabeth May or any other citizen of this country and I would now also include Gilles Duceppe, be allowed to run for the leadership of a political party if they were not born in this country, Gilles Duceppe being a foreigner now?
My Dad was born in the U.S. and I have some serious loyalty concerns about him that I think could be native to his birth country, seriously he voted for Trudeau, “Liberals”.
A Concerned voter,
* ,Ontario
P.S. Bernier was a very bad man and “Quebekers” make me very suspicious.

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“evaporated”

October 01, 2008

To whom it may concern, dear member of parliament,
The former PM Paul Martin thinks it is “a tragedy the twelve billion dollar surplus has virtually evaporated”.
What does the former PM think of Canada’s “fifty billion dollar E.I. surplus” being “spent”?
A crime?
Obviously no one else in this government does?
Auditor General, Shiella Fraser, must have been a sleep or was she on Liberal tranquilizers?
Sorry, the leadership of this country needs a wakeup call and I think a prison cell may be in order for the Right Honourable Paul Martin, he could share with Schreiber, Mulroney, Duceppe and Chretien to cut down on incarceration costs to tax payers .
I would suggest the Right Honourable Paul Martin shut-up or get sued for the theft that has cost Canadian’s “fifty four billion dollars” and the Honourable Jim Flaherty is just the man to sue him.
Right?
Sincerely Yours,
* *
*, Ontario, Canada
P.S. The leadership of Liberal Paul Martin is the cause of this country’s economic trouble’s today, the guy is a bum, was a bum, and will always be a bum. Oh and a fraud and a thief.

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