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the CBC killed Global and an eye for an eye

Oct. 08, 2009
Dear the Minister of Heritage and Official Languages,
I’m writing to the minister to mention that the OLA should be scrapped, especially since Gilles Duceppe MP has even agreed that Canadian’s do not need this act. I could not agree more. This act does nothing for the French or the English except cause brain damage among those who think they are “bilingual” in my opinion. I say let the frogs be frogs and let the other ninety percent of us be free of this useless Liberal burden act.
I’m also writing today to hopefully point out to this minister that the CBC’s existance is likely the REAL reason CanWest is now going bankrupt.
Why is the CBC still receiving public funding if it is going to continue running commercials?
Can you fix the CBC without destroying it, like I could, overnight – no pun intended.
Please force the CBC to stop running commercials and earn their own keep like TVO, or get rid of it all together. That should be the only choice and if done sooner may have prevented what is occuring now at CanWest?
Why wait the CBC is a corporate welfare tax sucking business let’s “fix” it or “kill” it, please.
Sincerely yours,
*
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*, Ontario, Canada
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October 8, 2009 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

“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.

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

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

October 9, 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
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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.

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

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.’

October 5, 2008 Posted by | Canadian Politics | , , | Leave a comment