And does a reasonably good job of it.One addition we think should be made is the liberal spending promises in the lead up to the call of the election.
Don't forget the Liberal Spending Bender from Nov. 3rd to Nov. 25th which totaled $24.5-BILLION.For a complete breakdown, go to:http://www.taxpayer.com/pdf/Liberal_Pre-election_Spending_promises.pdf
note cbc omitted the Neil MacDonald "reality check" on the Conservatives tax plans...http://www.cbcwatch.ca/?q=node/view/1632
I know one thing for sure if you have a T-4 you will have to pay for their promises.The Tories have a reputation for deficit budgets,in Sask,Ontario,Nfld,Manitoba,Socreds in B.C........!!!Can we really afford all these promises? I know who has a lot of kids under 6 years of age and it isn't middle class families is it? As far as I'm comcerned the only moderate way to vote is NDP,suprise,suprise.Layton won the last debate but the media says he'll never form government.The media likes to say that.I would like to see the NDP in federally to see what they can do. The other 2 parties have been in long enough.The Liberals and the Tories have done enough damage. Let a moderate party rule Canada.The best budget in years was put together by Jack Layton and his party.They ran Canada for over a year. The NDP did not get the credit it deserves.This is mostly due to all the Tory and Liberal sympathisers in the media.I wonder how well the NDP would do if even some of the media backed them up?
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