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Tuesday, March 20, 2007 

Shoveling $Billions$ Into Quebec

"Ottawa is increasing transfers to Quebec by a total of $9-billion over the next three years, as the cash increases from the current level of $13-billion a year to more than $16-billion in three years."
Globe & Mail

March 20th, 2007

Stephen Harper fans have spent a lot of time this last year telling us what an ethical, principled man he is. They insist that Canada's 'new' government is about fairness and equity and balance.

Yeah, right!

During yesterday's budget, Harper and his band pulled the national treasury up to the border of the province of Quebec and started shoveling tons of tax dollars into that jurisdiction.

Quebec is rich in potential seats that Harper needs to woo if he is to have any chance of winning a majority government. What he has done with Canadians dollars is so blatantly obvious, he isn't even attempting to deny what he is doing.

Stephen Harper stands for one thing ... the re-election of his crappy new government with a majority mandate.

He stands for nothing else.

On the heels of the recent 'green awakening' of the Conservatives, Canadians should appropriately feel that Harper will say anything to win his majority.

Power corrupts. Case in point; Stephen Harper and his crappy new government's 2007 Budget.

Globe & Mail


Broad based tax relief you say, now that's something Ontario's Dalton McGuinty Liberal government should learn how to do like the last guy who did it so effectively, something John Tory is prepared to do when he is elected Premier of Ontario on October 2007.

So while you're waiting for Provincial tax relief, why not read about Stephen Harper’s Fiscal Balance Plan for the Provinces here:


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