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“revenue neutral”

October 08, 2009
Dear member of parliament for * -*, *,
This “HST” being forced on to the Canadian public and on the Provinces by your finance minister is not really “revenue neutral” as some have suggested.
In fact this “HST” is going to increase taxes on individuals while lowering taxes for business, a backwards step if you asked me. This may be “revenue neutral” for the government books but not for those of us already paying the lion’s share of taxes in this country.
Unless you plan on lowering the taxes of individuals while increasing business taxes at the same time as you implement your HST I would very strongly suggest rather flushing this “new tax” down the toilet where it belongs. It is quite frankly just Horse Shit after all like Canada’s official opposition in parliament in my opinion.
How is this “new tax” going to improve anything if it is “revenue neutral” anyway? Is it more fair?
Business taxes should be increased, at least doubled, while individual income taxes should be reduced and by much more than that.
You guys are just plain useless dumb-bells as far I’m concerned and I barely graduated from high school.
You just lost my vote mister.
Sincerely yours,
* *
*, Ontario, Canada
P.S. You seem more like a woman to me anyway.

October 8, 2009 Posted by | Canadian Politics, Ontario, taxes | , | Leave a comment

u gave me HPV

There are several treatment options for HPV but there is no cure. Once you have HPV the virus stays in your body.

October 04, 2009

Dear *************

I have rather mysteriously and suddenly contracted HPV “anal warts” after having a colonoscopy at your Grand Ave hospital?

I have none of the risk factors associated with contracting an “STI”?

There is apparently “no cure” for HPV and is something I’ll have to live with the rest of my life. You need to find out how this happened to me and make sure this does not happen to anyone else.

You are spreading deadly communicable disease.

What else have you spread is what I’m wondering, SARS, H1N1?

I know how I got “anal warts”. I haven’t told my doctor that and don’t really see much coming from that since she seemed quite oblivious to the fact that she gave me this disease, while she was telling me I had it. I may be talking to a lawyer though.

My greatest concern is that this not occur to someone else and that you prevent this from happening to others.

“HPV”,  I go to hospital for a rather simple procedure I presume (colonoscopy)and come out with a life long communicable sexually transmitted disease! That is not “health care”. I’m now living with the stigma and knowledge of  having this  “STI” or STD and because I must have (some promiscuous lifestyle) but really because my very good surgeon apparently does not know how to prevent spreading disease?

I wonder how many others that may not be as say “virgin” as myself are getting these STI’s from tests or procedures being done by their doctors and hospitals?

I know I should sue but honestly that is going to be quite another stress I do not really want to have.

*.*.

*, Ontario

October 4, 2009 Posted by | Crime, eMail, Ontario | , , , | 1 Comment

(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

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
*
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*, Ontario, Canada
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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

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

Dewey Cheatem ‘n’ Howe

September 26, 2008
To whom it may concern,
Dalton McGuinty Premier, Howard Hampton MPP and John Tory, Leader of the Official Ontario opposition were witnessed by myself and likely others to “agree” to continue “publicly funding” of some separate schools in Ontario to the exclusion of all others and without a vote held in the Ontario parliament.
There are many other religions in Ontario that are not allowed by law to redirect public school taxes to their own private or “separate”school board.
This is a hate crime in my opinion. The continued actions by the three leaders of this province to force the continuation of funding for only private Catholic (separate) schools is discrimination and also tax fraud.

John Tory’s plan to extend this tax fraud to other private schools was a further insult to the Ontario tax payer and a failure, thankfully. John Tory has since returned to his original position of supporting hateful discrimination of funding only private (separate) Catholic schools.
Dalton McGuinty, Howard Hampton and John Tory were and still are committing a criminal offence by conspiring without a vote to fund only private Catholic schools with public school taxes and by definition should be held accountable for their “hate crimes”.
Private schools are called private schools for a reason and not so “lying” criminals can fund some and allow others to re-direct public school taxes from public schools to their own private (separate) religious school board. That is called theft, not that someone who would tell “two hundred lies” to win an election would know anything.
I say fix the problem now or face this kind of “threat” in a criminal court, that would be my advice to Ontario’s parliament, believe it or not.
I think the RCMP should be called today and the three charged and hauled off to jail! Slime-balls, “Do not pass GO”, that’s my opinion. I’ll post this to my publicly accessible blog, with hope someone else may have the energy or time to deal with you “criminals”.
Sincerely Yours,
*
*
*, Ontario, Canada
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September 26, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics, Ontario, Politics and Religion | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

45 million in Arts cuts and what of the “E.I. surplus”?

September 24, 2008
Dear the Minister of Finance the Honourable Jim Flaherty MP,
The Honourable Paul Martin as the Minister of Finance of Canada changed the name of Unemployment Insurance to Employment Insurance and placed a “twenty billion dollar cap” on the intended surplus collected from workers to be used as a “rainy day fund”.
Well there has been no “rainy day” in unemployment in this country since and the surplus as of December 03, 2007 is reported to be at fifty four billion.
OTTAWA–’Canada’s employment insurance “surplus” stands at $54 billion – …….’
I noticed there is a supreme court case now concerning the E.I. surplus, some unions are suing to get these tax funds returned to the rightful owners.
I heard Jack Layton MP and Stephen Harper talking about the E.I. surplus in the House of Commons, the prime minister said that “the Liberals spent the E.I. surplus ten years ago”.
“Spent ten years ago” and yet the Toronto Star is reporting there is a fifty four billion dollar surplus in the account as of December 03, 2007.
My point is, someone should have some questions to answer concerning this “spent” E.I. surplus.
My guess is this Minister of Finance has the most answering to do and since I have heard nothing of this “spent” E.I. surplus in the media, who is asking the questions, the Liberal opposition or the Bloc Quebecois or the NDP? I don’t hear them.
Nobody, including the present Minister of Finance are taking the accountable steps to insure that the over-surplus, the amount over the capped twenty billion, is returned to those who have overpaid.
There should be no more collection of E.I. premiums in this country until the “spent” surplus is collected and those who “spent” the money held “accountable”.
I noticed you are not taking any steps to collect the “54 billion dollar E.I surplus” for Canadians or hold the Liberals “accountable” and either has any of the opposition in the house of commons.
That is not a very accountable government if you asked me.
Why do “we” not fight to get this “spent” ( really stolen) E.I. surplus returned to Canada’s workers and I would add make some political gains doing so?
This is just more of the same-old, same-old, back-room politics, that in my opinion is a just cause for a criminal investigation and a politician or two or three to go to jail.
Is this some kind of joke, the government steals the fifty billion dollar surplus that is supposed to be “capped at twenty billion dollars” in the first place and for “a rainy day” and no one has any thing to say about that, wow?
That is what happens when the robbers guard the bank, eh, Jack Layton?
I know the Liberals and NDP and the Bloc Quebecois have spent two days screaming on television over 45 million dollars in (pretend) cuts to Arts and Culture, give me a BREAK!
54 billion of tax payers money gets “spent” and nobody even takes notice or a second look?

I really do have to question the “loyalty” of Canada’s government and opposition parties.
Sincerely yours,
*
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* ,Ontario, Canada
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September 24, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics, Ontario | , , | Leave a comment

Ontario welfare yuppies

Dear *(my provincial member of parliament),
Is Ontario using it’s cuts in general welfare to municipalities and savings from amalgamation to fund welfare day-care for “Yuppies” ?
I was reading in this mornings news that the province of Ontario is going to be funding child day-care for families that earn a NET income of sixty thousand dollars a year.
You say (my mpp) in the article that “children need help in their preparation for entering grade one”.
A “welfare mom” receives less income today due to provincial decreases than in the 1980’s.
Yet the province has money to subsidize day-care spots for the child of a family with a net income of sixty thousand dollars.
There is something so obviously wrong here that I must consider that something criminal may be going on in your government which could lead to this present situation.
I’ll look for stuff and if I find anything disturbing enough I shall consider involving the police, attorney general and Ontario’s human rights commission if or when warranted.
Sincerely yours,
*
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*, Ontario, Canada

“Hate crimes”

February 1, 2007 Posted by | Canadian Politics, Ontario | , , , | Leave a comment