August 25, 2016

Alberta fiscal update: NDP “shovelling the burden onto taxpayers’ backs”

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Paige MacPherson of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation joined me last night to talk about Alberta's rapidly deteriorating fiscal situation and analyze the NDP's new fiscal update.

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commented 2016-08-25 18:39:39 -0400
Taking on debt burdens both current AND future taxpayers. Current taxpayers pay the interest on the loans. Future taxpayers are responsible for repaying the principal amount of the loans. (Though, mostly, governments just rotate their debt without ever really paying it off.)
commented 2016-08-25 15:57:40 -0400
Keith Richards, why did ALL you Americans vote for the idiot Obummer, TWICE? You ALL DESERVE WHAT YOU ALL VOTED FOR. YOU ARE IDIOTS!!!
commented 2016-08-25 13:16:00 -0400
If the liberals had ran a full slate of candidates we would not have an NDP wrecking crew. They only ran some 30 candidates.
commented 2016-08-25 13:05:44 -0400
Before Nutely there were two Conservative parties.
My prediction: Regardless of uniting the right she is gone next election.
2 years 8 months can’t come soon enough for an end to this occupy group.
commented 2016-08-25 12:09:08 -0400
There is no choice. The right has to be united or there is no chance of getting rid of the NDP.
Notely will have built up so much Union power and support by then that we won’t have a chance. Notely is running scared when she thinks of the right pulling off uniting the right, she knows that will be impossible to beat. That is the kind of force we have to show.
I have confidence that Kenney will throw the PC clowns out and send them packing. This talk about never being able to unite the right is feeding Notely’s confidence , because she knows full well that is the only way she will be sent packing. Uniting the right is the only way we will even get the chance to rebuild Alberta. It will probably take a decade as it is.
Leviticus 2013, what do you think of the idea of a coalition, providing the rot has been cleaned out ?
commented 2016-08-25 11:59:51 -0400
Here’s another one for useless government/unions:

Uber just got bypassed by a driverless service – HELLO!!!

No wait – can’t have Uber – they might hurt the taxi drivers – LMFAO!!!!!

What taxi drivers???? LMFAO!!!!

Keep voting for stupid idiots Canada – you deserve all the moronic decisions they can make!!!!
commented 2016-08-25 11:03:05 -0400
LEVITICUS 2013: I believe it is best to unite the right. The Lucasics and Jansens and the like would be purged and dropped in the process. The result would be a “true” conservative party (under the Wildrose banner I hope), and as such would be hard to infiltrate by ultra progressives. All we want from Alberta’s PC party are the “CONSERVATIVES”, and I think this is doable.Why rebuild the PCs just to compete with Wildrose?? Lets get together asap and destroy the “DESTROYERS” next election.

DJBT,the cow and the 2???
commented 2016-08-25 09:49:28 -0400
We cannot unite the right. The PCs have to die a natural death and then rebuild and the NDP’s must be pushed into oblivion to never resurface in this province again.
To unite the right would just water down the wild rose party which would serve nobody’s benefit but but the liberalist progressive conservative members which would ultimately infect the wild rose party: