Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Socialists in Control of Nation’s Finances as Liberals Try to Buy Their Way out of Scandal

The socialist NDP offer to prop up the most corrupt federal government in Canadian history has been accepted by Canada’s minority liberals. Desperate to stay in power, Paul Martin and his liberal party will not include $4.6 billion dollars of tax cuts they originally proposed. Instead, they will spend that money in a bid to retain power.

The irony for Canadians is tragic. Evidence from the Gomery Inquiry continues to detail how the liberals used taxpayer money to buy elections for the last twelve years. Revelations of liberals wasting taxpayer money have cost them heavily in recent polls. Now this liberal government will spend another $4.6 billion dollars of taxpayer money to buy a few more months in office and this price tag comes with no guarantee.

In order to stay in power the liberals will need a majority of votes in the 308 seat Canadian Parliament. The liberals will not have enough support to fight off a vote of non-confidence even with NDP support. In order to guarantee the liberals have the votes to stay in office, they need the support of all three independents plus the vote of the speaker of the house to break a tie or they need to buy off opposition members with senate appointments. At least one independent has already said he will vote against the ruling party.

There is good reason for Canadians to be concerned about this unholy alliance of liberals and socialists. With the nation’s finances in control of the most extreme left-wing party in the country, Canadians will continue to pay the price for this liberal scandal. The liberal budget had already allocated $5 billion for global warming and $5 billion for socialized daycare. For Jack Layton, these numbers were too low and he specifically demanded more spending on the environment.

At this point, defeating the budget is the only thing keeping Canadians from being separated from their money.


At 9:41 a.m., Blogger Mark said...

Right on, Michael.

At 9:46 a.m., Anonymous Anonymous said...

The COnservatives have no choice
but to defeat the budget. Indeed,
they have the perfect excuse to.

At 4:35 p.m., Blogger PR said...

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At 7:58 a.m., Blogger Condi08 said...

You just know the Liberal campaign message will be that the CPC and Bloc will unite to precipitate seperation. The irony is that they will position themselves as the sole federalist force capable of forming the gov't. Just like they have always done and look where we sit today under predominately Liberal rule. 54 speratist seats, likely to reach 65 or more and a Parti Quebecois poised to take power provincially.

No different from Liberal rhetoric in general. For the last 40 years, it's been "lets throw money at our social problems." Where do we sit now under predominately Liberal rule and an un-,anageable welfare state? The same problems are worse than ever. Liberalism doesn't work.

At 11:55 a.m., Blogger Michael said...

David Sharp e-mailed the following comments...

From a sheer political view:

1) Alliance between Liberals and NDP, government stays in power,budget is approved (up to one year) election called, Gomery Inquiry submits report. Tories may Win majority

2) Alliance between Liberals and NDP fails, government defeated, Tories win minority position now have to choose between NDP and Bloc to maintain their power. Bloc wins all seats in Quebec. Tories have no Quebec seats. Later, Quebec has referendum on Sovereignty. Quebec separates itself from Canada. Tories remembered as party that lost Quebec.

At 3:49 p.m., Anonymous Anonymous said...

the Liberals will portray the CPC as the party that destroyed Canada if and only if Quebec separates. Again the Liberals will use all of their scare mongering and again the majority of Ontario voters will fall for it.

We need a complete change. The CPC must go into this election with the intent on destroying the Liberals. They must use the Liberal rhetoric against the Liberals themselves and turn the tables. The Conservatives have no choice.

The Liberals will brand Harper as an American, like they did the last time. They will say that Harper is anti health care, like they did the last time. They will say that Harper is a Western only leader, like they did the last time. Harper is against good and solid education including the post secondary level, like they did the last time.

There is nothing new in the Liberal speaches, they are all the same time and time again. Oh yes, and lets not forget the little old Ontario lady who will say: "Steven Harper frightens me."

The Ontario voter will buy it, be frieghtened into it, and the Liberals will govern again.

Screw Quebec Separatism. Its time the West got together and separated. The Liberals wouldn't know how to handle that.


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