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ArcticCrusher    922
10 hours ago, Sksman said:

So in your world a small business is bad if it pays employees minimum wage?

Not all small businesses require rocket scientists and can afford to pay PHD's wages  

 

 

In Fail's world he didn't pay people min wage.  It was cash under the table all the way.

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ArcticCrusher    922
8 hours ago, 1trailmaker said:

He noted as an example the push for labour rights. Sources say the Canadian government hopes the new NAFTA includes stronger union protections for Mexican workers, and an end to U.S. right-to-work laws that limit the potential to strike.

 

 

:lol::lol:

Sure dream on.

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ArcticCrusher    922
6 hours ago, 1trailmaker said:

In trying to make his case Tuesday, Trudeau re-ignited the bitter political debate over the post-election state of the public books that raged between Liberals and Tories long after the election.

"We just went from a floor where the budget was balanced, because supposedly the Conservatives had balanced the budget, to what was the reality of our budget of being at about $18 billion in deficit at the end of that first year," Trudeau told a news conference.

"So, we've been consistent with our plan and our approach."

When asked about Trudeau's comments, a spokeswoman for Finance Minister Bill Morneau later said that, when the Liberals formed government, Ottawa's books were facing a baseline deficit of $18.4 billion for 2016-17.

 

Harper even worse than thought

Total BS.

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Usedtoskidoo    33
7 hours ago, 1trailmaker said:

In trying to make his case Tuesday, Trudeau re-ignited the bitter political debate over the post-election state of the public books that raged between Liberals and Tories long after the election.

"We just went from a floor where the budget was balanced, because supposedly the Conservatives had balanced the budget, to what was the reality of our budget of being at about $18 billion in deficit at the end of that first year," Trudeau told a news conference.

"So, we've been consistent with our plan and our approach."

When asked about Trudeau's comments, a spokeswoman for Finance Minister Bill Morneau later said that, when the Liberals formed government, Ottawa's books were facing a baseline deficit of $18.4 billion for 2016-17.

 

Harper even worse than thought

its widely accepted that the Books were in a surplus. Even by your media

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Sksman    102
12 hours ago, 1trailmaker said:

budget 5 billion less than expected

And only 83% over the promised under $10billion he was elected on.  

Or so they claim. 

 

The sheep like Fail will believe anything JT says.   As long as he gets his topless selfie once in awhile. 

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1trailmaker    51
4 hours ago, ArcticCrusher said:

Total BS.

its on the books - are you positive Harper was 100% truthful in his 10th deficit budget and deferred spendings? 

funny how this happens every time a government changes EVERY TIME

so who is right?  numbers don't lie only politicians do

 

 

 

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1trailmaker    51
3 hours ago, Usedtoskidoo said:

its widely accepted that the Books were in a surplus. Even by your media

no it isn't

accepted is 1 billion deficit - which is peanuts agreed.

Now deferred spending by Harper comes in, something he had planned all along

 

http://business.financialpost.com/pmn/business-pmn/government-meeting-fiscal-goals-inherited-18b-budget-deficit-floor-trudeau

 

 

Why aren't the books just put out - here you go have a look see?

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1trailmaker    51
1 hour ago, Sksman said:

And only 83% over the promised under $10billion he was elected on.  

Or so they claim. 

 

The sheep like Fail will believe anything JT says.   As long as he gets his topless selfie once in awhile. 

BOLD - you believe every thing Harper said and still do, what does that make you? a genius?

which part did Trudeau lie about?  the total debt?

In 2014-15 the deficit was 18 billion according to Harper, all of a sudden it was balanced or going to be just after the election and you bought it hook line and sinker

 

Stay the course

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dirtybeacher    208

 

Liberal MPs Now Against Proposed Small Business Changes...

8 Liberal MPs, 5 from Atlantic Canada, 2 from Ont and 1 from BC, have now publicly spoken out against the Trudeau governments most recent tax policy proposal.

Amongst the eight is the Chair of the House of Commons Finance Committee, MP Easter.
-Julie Dabrusin, MP Toronto-Danforth, Ontario
-Darrell Samson, MP Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook, Nova Scotia
-Andy Fillmore, MP Halifax, Nova Scotia
-Wayne Easter, MP Malpeque, Prince Edward Island
-Wayne Long, MP Saint John-Rothesay, New Brunswick
-Ellis of Bay of Quinte, Ontario,
-Stephen Fuhr, MP Kelowna-LakeCountry, British Columbia
-Serge Cormier, MP Acadie-Bathurst, New Brunswick

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1trailmaker    51
4 minutes ago, dirtybeacher said:

 

Liberal MPs Now Against Proposed Small Business Changes...

8 Liberal MPs, 5 from Atlantic Canada, 2 from Ont and 1 from BC, have now publicly spoken out against the Trudeau governments most recent tax policy proposal.

Amongst the eight is the Chair of the House of Commons Finance Committee, MP Easter.
-Julie Dabrusin, MP Toronto-Danforth, Ontario
-Darrell Samson, MP Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook, Nova Scotia
-Andy Fillmore, MP Halifax, Nova Scotia
-Wayne Easter, MP Malpeque, Prince Edward Island
-Wayne Long, MP Saint John-Rothesay, New Brunswick
-Ellis of Bay of Quinte, Ontario,
-Stephen Fuhr, MP Kelowna-LakeCountry, British Columbia
-Serge Cormier, MP Acadie-Bathurst, New Brunswick

This is great for Canada - haven't seen this in over a decade

Under Harper Rule you are forbidden to speak out against ME

 

Hope something gets worked out, but reality is it won't affect 90% or Canada

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Usedtoskidoo    33
7 minutes ago, 1trailmaker said:

:lol:  Harper wasn't PM in 2016 :lol:  do you know what projections mean :lol: 

if your going to be stupid just stop talking

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1trailmaker    51
9 minutes ago, Usedtoskidoo said:

if your going to be stupid just stop talking

I remember the outrage from 2007 to 2013 when 110 billion was added to the debt then another 60 billion in the next 2 years

wish we could have just stayed the course

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revrnd    106
Just now, 1trailmaker said:

I remember the outrage from 2007 to 2013 when 110 billion was added to the debt then another 60 billion in the next 2 years

 

I also remember the outrage from the Opposition for the Gov't of the day to do something in like of the recession.

W/ all the proposed infrastructure spending, when are we going to see the 'Action Plan II' signs to go up?

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ArcticCrusher    922
27 minutes ago, dirtybeacher said:

 

Liberal MPs Now Against Proposed Small Business Changes...

8 Liberal MPs, 5 from Atlantic Canada, 2 from Ont and 1 from BC, have now publicly spoken out against the Trudeau governments most recent tax policy proposal.

Amongst the eight is the Chair of the House of Commons Finance Committee, MP Easter.
-Julie Dabrusin, MP Toronto-Danforth, Ontario
-Darrell Samson, MP Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook, Nova Scotia
-Andy Fillmore, MP Halifax, Nova Scotia
-Wayne Easter, MP Malpeque, Prince Edward Island
-Wayne Long, MP Saint John-Rothesay, New Brunswick
-Ellis of Bay of Quinte, Ontario,
-Stephen Fuhr, MP Kelowna-LakeCountry, British Columbia
-Serge Cormier, MP Acadie-Bathurst, New Brunswick

Here's another.

 

https://rboissonnault.liberal.ca/news-nouvelles/comments-on-proposed-tax-changes/

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ArcticCrusher    922
40 minutes ago, 1trailmaker said:

its on the books - are you positive Harper was 100% truthful in his 10th deficit budget and deferred spendings? 

funny how this happens every time a government changes EVERY TIME

so who is right?  numbers don't lie only politicians do

 

 

 

I thought Liberal budgets balanced themselves.

 

From the article.

Deltell said he didn’t know how Trudeau came up with the $18-billion deficit number.

“Did he find it in a Cracker Jack (box), or what? Because this is all wrong,” he said Tuesday in an interview.

Deltell got personal in his criticism, which points to just how sensitive the debate over the Harper government’s budgetary legacy has been.

“For me, it’s no surprise because the guy said two years ago that the budget balances by itself, which was totally stupid,” Deltell said.

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1trailmaker    51
11 minutes ago, revrnd said:

I also remember the outrage from the Opposition for the Gov't of the day to do something in like of the recession.

W/ all the proposed infrastructure spending, when are we going to see the 'Action Plan II' signs to go up?

Action Plan :lol:  you mean the plan that never left the board room?  you mean commercials that sent you to a site that wasn't there?

good times

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1trailmaker    51
3 minutes ago, ArcticCrusher said:

I thought Liberal budgets balanced themselves.

 

From the article.

Deltell said he didn’t know how Trudeau came up with the $18-billion deficit number.

“Did he find it in a Cracker Jack (box), or what? Because this is all wrong,” he said Tuesday in an interview.

Deltell got personal in his criticism, which points to just how sensitive the debate over the Harper government’s budgetary legacy has been.

“For me, it’s no surprise because the guy said two years ago that the budget balances by itself, which was totally stupid,” Deltell said.

well that ends that

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