October 13, 2015

Your choice in this election: Who will let you keep more of your own money

Brian LilleyRebel Co-Founder
 

This election is coming down to a fight over your money.

When Justin Trudeau's father introduced deficit spending in the '70's, he said it would be temporary but it lasted until the late 1990's.

Now his son is proposing a return to deficit spending for many years to come which means the government will need to keep more of your money.

No matter how Trudeau tries to spin it, the PM is right when he says that this election is about the economy and whether you get to keep more of your own money or more of it will be stuffed into government coffers to fund his spending plans and promises.

 

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commented 2015-10-14 12:56:04 -0400
prev. post should read “enemy of poverty reduction”
commented 2015-10-14 11:12:35 -0400
Considering the seriousness of the upcoming Federal election, and really any National or Provincial election, it would be nice (to put it mildly) if our Political News Media (and this includes TheRebel) could put together, with some professional research, a clear, specific and prioritized list of the recommended personal qualifications required to successfully lead and manage a government in the 21st Century. This would include skills, knowledge and experience especially for a Prime Minister or Premier. This could generate a lot of legitimate debate and discussion, but at least the topic would become an invaluable element in selecting political leaders. Tragically, to date, our media and presumably academia have ignored this subject, and consequently, as some are suggesting, our political system isn’t working, and in many ways elections are becoming a farce.
commented 2015-10-14 10:10:18 -0400
I think that only an enemy of poverty would vote for any of the left-wingnuts
commented 2015-10-14 00:37:20 -0400
I reject the 6th century “prophet” of Islam… Just as I reject the inbred, aristocrisy of European “monarchy”… Both idols are false and alien to this land. Let’s get the bitch off the $20 bill, and you guys, drop the Eastward praying. We both have foreign praise problems here… Let’s recognize it and work past servitude.
commented 2015-10-14 00:24:13 -0400
@ Jay Kelly – I know you are looking for a reaction so I will give you one.

Take a long lingering lick of mt arse – or at least try to have a conversation – if you can – while you are annoying you also show me what is wrong with Canada as a whole – you are a perfect example.

I actually am quite glad you are not my neighbour. And yes, I am certain the feeling is the same in reverse.

Now go satisfy yourself with a magazine – or a porn flick.
commented 2015-10-14 00:15:15 -0400
In short, you’re gonna get the truth from rebels. We despise your prophet, we want your daughters free like our’s. No mind games with us, what we say is what we do. If you vote “progressive”. prepare to be deceived.
commented 2015-10-14 00:12:46 -0400
I gotta ask the Muslims, particularly the ones from Onterrible… Protesting on the “queens park” lawn… Do you feel like Wynners now? When the main people criticizing your way of life is not “the rebels”, but the ones you cast so many votes for in a provincial election

People talk about “reforming Islam”, maybe we don’t see eye to burqa over here.. But look how quickly those clowns, the “multiculturalists”, have betrayed you.

Us rebels, we don’t wanna teach your daughter about gay people… We just want her face unveilled, we wanna see her pretty smile. Give the rebels a chance, embrace true Canada, now that you’ve been lied to by our common enemy.
commented 2015-10-13 23:59:25 -0400
Did I mention that The Rebel is still accepting donations for the new studio? You could do worse.
commented 2015-10-13 23:11:47 -0400
I guess I will simply embrace the cash economy even more so than before – watch it grow!!
commented 2015-10-13 23:11:06 -0400
@ Keith Barnes – no prob – they will go to the supreme human rights kangaroo court – cost the tax payers millions and some appointed elite lawyer turned judge will decide that the white folk are wrong – it is not a religion – it is a culture and therefore must be respected as being special.

Tax laws will be changed so the honour killings and FGM and proliferation of Saudi funded mosques can continue unabated in Canada.
commented 2015-10-13 23:01:15 -0400
WARNING TO ALL MUSLIMS; Justin Trudeau intends to put a tax on Religion.
commented 2015-10-13 22:27:02 -0400
When I hear Justin Trudeau I can’t shake the image Of the cartoon when Slyvestor the cat had just received an inheritance and he was salivating to go out and blow it with all his feline buddies except in this scenario it is our money he is eager to throw at the problems and hope something sticks leaving us and our children to pay it back. So pardon me if I don’t share his enthusiasm in racking up my debt.
commented 2015-10-13 21:55:55 -0400
Who’s gonna let me keep more of my money??? Well I am. “Legalize” or “MandaTORY minimum” all you want, in my domain it is DE-REGULATED. Charge your gas taxes, tobacco taxes, liquor taxes, gonna find a method to be self-sufficient, won’t be paying those much longer. Gonna find a way to dodge paying “moderate rebels” thru the CRA.

To the “clean energy” goofs who post here, I’m gonna get a vehicle running on what I put out of a still (from lawn clippings and sugar)… These are goals I’ve had for a while. And when I get my clean energy, I’m more than certain that you crown pieces of shit will not approve… Because you’ll be cut out of the tax monopoly on such items. Maybe we’ll decide later that oil is a necessary evil when you see your revenues drop… Wouldn’t put it past you soulless goons for a second.
commented 2015-10-13 21:28:00 -0400
It’s not about "being left with the lagest portion of your picked-over income – they all steal to support a klepto-oligarchy – it is more a matter of which party will damage us least – and at this stage of advanced klepto-cronyism infecting the party systems, it is future generations we have a duty to protect in this election

However just voting is not enough, when the middle class pays more taxes in agrigate than they keep and inflation destroys the buying power of that, we have to start organizing the kind of action the Russians did to get the parasitic oligarchy off their backs – a general tax strike by the productive will do more than any election at this late stage of the pillage.
commented 2015-10-13 20:48:50 -0400
This is indeed perhaps the most important election in the history of this country, and selection of the most competent, experienced leader is imperative.
Most of the government policies and initiatives of the past ten years have led to the betterment of our country in general. Despite the hysteria, hyperbole and misinformation of the opposition parties, the government is largely responsible for our improved affluence, security, and world leading prosperity.
Change for the sake of change is insanity. You need to have a realistic option to change a government….in our case there is no credible option at this time, and in the current world of dodgy economic and political conditions, a radical change would almost certainly lead to disaster.
The country doesn’t need a lightweight celebrity name with nice hair, and no understanding of budgets, or a socialist French lawyer with ruinous policies. A win for either of these options would throw away our sovereignty to the UN. The platforms of both are a recipe for us to follow down the path of the European PIG’s.
Canadians should be very concerned about the slim possibility of an NDP victory this month. A Mulcair PM is a nightmare scenario that we can’t let happen. Reviewing the bad experiences of provinces that suffered this party is a good flag that they should not be allowed anywhere near federal power.
The LPC are also not a viable option and in some ways even more insidious than the dippers. The leader, who talks like a beauty pageant contestant, is backed by Gerald Butts, a radical environmentalist and a far left socialist in Chrysia Freeland, who never met a tax she didn’t like.
There is only one party that has the platform, the credibility, and the leader to maintain our prosperity and respect from the international community. It is essential that we maintain the fiscally responsible and forward thinking of this current government.
While there are several policies and initiatives that I disagree with and don’t support, closing the Kits Coast Guard base for example, overall the country is on the right path with their stable leadership.
There is really no difference between the 3 so called “progressive” parties. All of them offer wild, largely unsupported promises that would only damage our standard of life and turn over our sovereignty to the corrupt UN.
I’m not ready for certain economic hardship, insecure future, and humiliation on the world stage…
This is indeed perhaps the most important election in the history of this country, and selection of the most competent, experienced leader is imperative.
Most of the government policies and initiatives of the past ten years have led to the betterment of our country in general. Despite the hysteria, hyperbole and misinformation of the opposition parties, the government is largely responsible for our improved affluence, security, and world leading prosperity.
Change for the sake of change is insanity. You need to have a realistic option to change a government….in our case there is no credible option at this time, and in the current world of dodgy economic and political conditions, a radical change would almost certainly lead to disaster.
The country doesn’t need a lightweight celebrity name with nice hair, and no understanding of budgets, or a socialist French lawyer with ruinous policies. A win for either of these options would throw away our sovereignty to the UN. The platforms of both are a recipe for us to follow down the path of the European PIG’s.
Canadians should be very concerned about the slim possibility of an NDP victory this month. A Mulcair PM is a nightmare scenario that we can’t let happen. Reviewing the bad experiences of provinces that suffered this party is a good flag that they should not be allowed anywhere near federal power.
The LPC are also not a viable option and in some ways even more insidious than the dippers. The leader, who talks like a beauty pageant contestant, is backed by Gerald Butts, a radical environmentalist and a far left socialist in Chrysia Freeland, who never met a tax she didn’t like.
There is only one party that has the platform, the credibility, and the leader to maintain our prosperity and respect from the international community. It is essential that we maintain the fiscally responsible and forward thinking of this current government.
While there are several policies and initiatives that I disagree with and don’t support, closing the Kits Coast Guard base for example, overall the country is on the right path with their stable leadership.
There is really no difference between the 3 so called “progressive” parties. All of them offer wild, largely unsupported promises that would only damage our standard of life and turn over our sovereignty to the corrupt UN.
I’m not ready for certain economic hardship, insecure future, and humiliation on the world stage…
commented 2015-10-13 19:45:12 -0400
Whoever leaves you with more money, you can spend some of it by donating to The Rebel’s new studio and equipment!
commented 2015-10-13 19:08:59 -0400
Even a fawning media couldn’t protect Paul Martin, who was a dithering fool… eventually Justin will be exposed for the fool he is – but he will have done much damage to our country by then. I simply cannot understand the mentality of the left; how anyone could seriously consider this buffoon capable of handling the job of PM.
commented 2015-10-13 18:54:58 -0400
coached to talk emotion because the left votes on emotion and 2 turds of our population are left leaning…
commented 2015-10-13 18:34:18 -0400
Has anyone heard Juniors ads, trying to be all macho, but he comes off sounding like a little boy trying to talk sternly. Please my fellow Canadians, don’t punish Canadians by electing this kid, or angry Tom! We need PM Harper at the helm, and then we may just weather our communist joke of government in AB, until we can get rid of them in the next election.
commented 2015-10-13 18:10:27 -0400
Hard to believe that Trudeau is now leading and will get a minority. Canadians actually likes this man who is completely nauseating to me. It also may be a mandate for a bleeding heart direction with the Syrian refugees.
commented 2015-10-13 17:16:09 -0400
Say, if anyone on here thinks they have some extra money in their pocket they can send it to the Rebel. They are building a new studio!
commented 2015-10-13 17:06:48 -0400
I would vote for the Christian Heritage Party if I thought they had a snowball’s chance in hell of winning a single seat. Since that is totally out of the question, the Conservatives are the only option. (Not that my vote will change anything. The NDP ((Nathan Cullen)) have owned this riding since the late 60s).
commented 2015-10-13 17:06:23 -0400
@christian Inkster – It was Mulroney who got the ball rolling to reduce the debt and brought in the GST to do it. Chretien claimed he would abolish the GST but instead turned it in a general revenue tax instead of using it to pay down the debt. Chretien also raided the EI fund and changed the definition of “poverty” to a lower income claim a win by reducing poverty. The bigest betrayal by Chretien IS STILL the ADSCAM and the LPC still has not returned the $40,000,000 they stole!
commented 2015-10-13 17:02:12 -0400
Yep – the socialist pig hate machine targets Harper.

Harper targets what the socialist pigs are really after – MOAR of you earnings.

It really is that simple. No more call troodo a stupid fuck, although that is satisfying.

Vote with your wallet folks. There are no “do overs” here.
commented 2015-10-13 16:46:29 -0400
Well, I always prefer more money in my pocket, but I do not need convincing to vote Conservative.
commented 2015-10-13 15:57:26 -0400
In response to Mr. Stephenson’s comments, indeed it was the Liberals, but only because Canada ended up one of the most indebted nations in the Western world, thanks to both the Trudeau Liberals and the old federal Progressive Conservatives (many of whom Red Tories, of course) carrying out much the same policies. The Chretien/Martin Liberals had basically no other choice (as well as coerced by the Reform Party) but to implement austerity concerning cuts to health transfers and the CBC, laying off civil servants, reforming the EI program, and other things. This still caused serious division in the Liberal ranks as ones like Warren Allmand thought that the cuts were a betrayal of the Pearson/Trudeau legacy.
commented 2015-10-13 15:55:14 -0400
that has always and will always be the choice.. for starters… $150 million more per year to the bigots at the cbc.. bought and paid for..it is all about our money..
commented 2015-10-13 15:54:44 -0400
When I saw Trudeau ducking up to Mohammed Fahmy it made. Me ill.
commented 2015-10-13 15:47:04 -0400
" he said it would be temporary but it lasted until the late 1990’s."
And who was the government when it was stopped, and when we actually started to pay down the debt?