02 May 2011

You don't have to be an economist...

...to figure out we're balanced on a knife-edge here... but, today... you might just wanna vote for one...
In 2010, the average Canadian family faced a total tax bill of $29,913 against income of $72,393. This means all taxes imposed on the average Canadian family consumed more than 41% of its annual income.
Now, let's be honest. We get another Harper minority government... you just know the Liberals & NDP are gonna snuggle up and do that non-confidence mambo all over again. And, the stark reality here is... with Michael Ignatieff flailing around in the political toilet... that's gonna mean Prime Minister Jack Layton... and very possibly Finance Minister Olivia Chow.

I swear, I get dizzy just considering the possibility.

With 80 billion dollars in Dipper pipedream promises already on the table... you think that's gonna make your personal balance sheet look better or worse? I mean... look at what the Layton/ Chow tagteam and their left-leaning sideshow already did in Toronto.

All I'm sayin', friends... you might wanna think twice before you pass up an opportunity to re-elect a Conservative government... this time with a majority.

Never mind an unnecessary 300 million dollar election... you help bring about the defeat of the very government managing the best performing economy of all the G8 nations, well... gawds help us all.