Letter: Big Liberal machine is using Justin as a pawn

To the editor;

Let's make it clear. It is not Justin making the decisions in this election.

To the editor;

Let’s make it clear. It is not Justin making the decisions in this election. It is the big Liberal machine in the background who really want and control power! Justin is nothing but a pawn to them. They are just using him and his name.

Justin wants to create a $10 billion deficit in the first three years but in the fourth year it miraculously disappears.

How does one do that? Through taxation and creative bookkeeping that is how! He says it is to create jobs and infrastructure and to help the middle class. How does running up a deficit of $10 billion dollars help the middle class?

Let’s be clear, this money be it Federal, Provincial or City governments, it’s really the tax payer who will have to pay off this debt, our children, grandchildren and future generations. It is the likes of Gregor Robertson who want the rest of Canada to pay for his Cadillac subway system.

Justin says he will accomplish this by taxing the rich. There are only about one per cent of Canadians that fall into this category. The rich will move their money off shore or hide it through creative bookkeeping as did a former Liberal Prime Minister, by registering his ships off shore to avoid paying the high Canadian taxes and insurance costs. He wants to get rid of income splitting, and reduce the amount one can put into tax free accounts. Both of these things will hurt the middle class. This is where he plans to get his extra money from, on the backs of the ones he says he wants to help!

Justin and the Liberals are appealing to the younger voters. Why? This is because they do not remember as the older voters do, the Trudeau years, of his father where it was all tax and spend. The multicultural program that was a dismal failure and the charter that created a gold mine for lawyers and judges, that finds us spending billions of dollars in court challenges today.

It is all just smoke and mirrors and I for one do not want to have to pay off $10 billion dollar deficits plus interest just so they can get elected.

No one but me pays for the bills I create, so why does Justin feel that the taxpayers should pay for the bills he creates. I am tired of the Trudeaus living off of the public purse!

 

J. Edwards

Surrey

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