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

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,
*, Ontario, Canada

“Hate crimes”

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