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Friday, April 1, 2011

Canada's Federal Election - a turning point [for the better]

If the Conservatives win that is.

by StFerdIII

The only party to vote for is the Conservative.

  • In the past 4 years tax rates and burdens have been reduced.

  • Spending has gone up but will be constrained in the future, especially with a majority government [minority governments always spend more money to buy off vested interests to push through tepid reforms or needed policies].

  • Economic growth is one of the highest within the OECD thanks in part to reasonable fiscal management, a solid banking system [albeit a protected oligopoly]; and little government meddling in housing finance [unlike in the US, with Freddie, Fannie and the FHA].

  • Our finances and total debt burden to GDP are in much better shape than the Socialist-Marxist regime in the Dis-United States, riven by the statism of both Bush Jr. and the Great Man [or Deity according to Oprah], the Obamed.

  • On foreign policy we stand we Israel, we work with our natural alliance partners, and we are necessarily still engaged in the long war against political Islam.

What a majority government provide and might deliver based on their platform:

  • More tax reforms and reductions for families and corporations.

  • Regulatory fee reductions.

  • Deficit reduction [unlike in Obama-land where the US will run 10% deficits for the next several years].

  • Further curtailment of tax redistribution to Quebec from the West and Ontario which should be extended to other provinces. [Done quietly].

  • Constraints on the Eco-cult and their narcissistic intolerance to oil, carbon-nuclear development, and manufacturing-job creation [and in some cases to reality].

  • Infrastructure spend matched by private capital [high speed rail, watershed and lake cleanup for eg.]

  • Fewer civil servants. [Necessary but not a media-friendly policy].

  • A doubling or our military. [See above, what about social housing, the poor, and more welfare the Left will whine? See below].

  • More private methods, money and means to take on the challenges of the welfare state, pensions, and the environment.

  • Immigration reform.

  • A culture of doing, not taking and expecting.

  • Unlikely – but we need to dismantle the Human Wrong Commissions. They serve no useful purpose whatsoever and limit free and fair speech for the majority while protecting state coddled minorities. Nonsense all of it.

  • Unlikely – privatise the CBC. A state owned chain with 2% market share does not need nor deserve $1.5 billion per annum. If the CBC is so important privatize it, improve it, attract capital and the public might support it.

All of the above is of course 'extremist'. It is extremist to help families; it is extremist to limit tax transfers to unaccountable bureaucracies; it is extremist to expect private capital to take on welfare and social burdens [in partnership with the state of course]; it is extremist to believe that carbon energy and nuclear power are the only sensible options to fuel a modern economy; it is extremist to have the pre-1960 Canadian attitude of responsibility and accountability; it is extremist to implode state owned media; and it is extremist [and racist of course], to reform immigration.

Oh well. One thing is certain. More government is not the answer. I know some Conservatives who don't like Harper not viewing him as conservative 'enough'. This is unproductive. Harper is the best you will get in a left-wing mulit-cult state like Canada. If he gets a majority he will become, rightly, more conservative. But if you don't vote for him, you might end up with a Left-wing coalition which will impair job growth, capital and job creation; and verily neuter our under-funded military. 


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