March 11, 2017

Saxton focuses on tackling “Trudeau’s trillions” in CPC leadership bid

Christopher WilsonRebel Commentator
 

We’re only a few weeks away from the deadline for Canadians to join the Conservative Party so they can choose a new leader, and hopefully the next Prime Minister of Canada as well. 

I was joined by Andrew Saxton, the former MP for North Vancouver and former Parliamentary Secretary to the late great Finance Minister, Jim Flaherty.

Watch as we discuss his plan to get Canada back to balance. Saxton stands out as the only candidate with a detailed plan to do so.

We also touch on an exciting new apprenticeship program for young people inspired by his time spent in Switzerland.

Finally we wrap up with a discussion about free trade with China and Mr. Saxton's plans after the race, win or lose.

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commented 2017-03-12 13:56:21 -0400
Everything Saxton said was good. I think his ideas would float for sure. I like him, but I like Bernier , Scheer, Trost and even Lemiuex as well.
The candidate who says he will do something about ‘Islam flooding’ would have my vote and my money in an instant. Even if it were O’leary, who I don’t like. If he said today, ‘I will stop this flood of Islam into our country and change the rules around eligibility for foreigners to run for Parliamentary positions’, I would vote for him absolutely. Whoever made such a declaration would win the leadership and the PM’s office hands down I am sure of it. Canadians would back that candidate.

Saxton with his excellent experience in the Harper cabinet working with Flarherty would make a fine Minister of Finance to be sure.
commented 2017-03-11 21:08:09 -0500
Chris who cares who you like.
commented 2017-03-11 19:28:21 -0500
The undoing the banking of sick days is not a savings to the taxpayer. In fact the opposite is true. When someone retires as I did with 450 sick days accumulated, I was never paid anything for them. I never took them because I didn’t have to. I liked that they were there if I became critically ill. If you force people to use all the sick days allotted, they will do so and that will cost more.
commented 2017-03-11 18:54:59 -0500
I had a call from the O’Leary team today. They wanted to ask two questions. I cut her short by telling her that O’Leary is a liberal and therefore I can’t and won’t support him.