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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,
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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.

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