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Thread: Liberals, NDP leadership have tentative deal to support Trudeau government to 2025

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    This won't end poverty . Just creat more debt and bring us closer the universal basic income.

    Are they ready to bring out the food stamps next year that could be a real possibility things are about to explode in pricing oh its coming wait and see. People think things are bad now wait and see what happens when we have to ration the food lol. Better yet who will be able to afford the food next year. .


    More government over priced work we all know they will pay more the services they always do . When does the government ever get a good deal they don't they pay more for what ever they do and all the services they provide. Yeah big pharma will see an increase in profits. They always do when the government pays for it .





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    Quote Originally Posted by fishfood View Post
    This won't end poverty . Just creat more debt and bring us closer the universal basic income.

    Are they ready to bring out the food stamps next year that could be a real possibility things are about to explode in pricing oh its coming wait and see. People think things are bad now wait and see what happens when we have to ration the food lol. Better yet who will be able to afford the food next year. .


    More government over priced work we all know they will pay more the services they always do . When does the government ever get a good deal they don't they pay more for what ever they do and all the services they provide. Yeah big pharma will see an increase in profits. They always do when the government pays for it .





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    Think the people getting food stamps can keep track of them on their $800 phones $80 month internet or will they need to be subsidized

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    Quote Originally Posted by js4fn View Post
    Think the people getting food stamps can keep track of them on their $800 phones $80 month internet or will they need to be subsidized
    When there is a shortage no more than 1 pepper per family at an outrageous price lol.

    No bulk shopping we will be limited to what we can get.

    Lots of different factors going to play in the increases and shortages. Less fertilizer less crops at a higher price to get those crops grain shortages and higher prices will put up the price of meat milk and eggs . Fuel prices ect .

    These Canada experts even think more wars could break out in some parts that will be stuck very hard . But hey China stock pilled up the grains and have an 18 month supply lol.

    https://calgary.ctvnews.ca/we-must-d...lies-1.5819327

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    its not like ppl fought in wars to get us the freedom of choice and ability to vote ... lol
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    So the Liberals garnered 32.6%, the NDP 17.8% of the vote in the last election. Correct the math if Iím wrong, but thatís 50.4% of the vote. Reaching an understanding that brings stability to government for the coming 3 years sends a messages that Canada is a solid investment into the future. It allows for budgeting to help build Canada. The kind of Canada that 50.4% of those who voted would like their country to be. Perhaps the leading conservative candidate and the interim leader could bring solutions to the the table instead of the divisive rhetoric that continues to keep them out of government? Maybe present a vision of what their Canada should look like? Currently what they have to offer doesnít appeal to half of those who voted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cameracutter View Post
    So the Liberals garnered 32.6%, the NDP 17.8% of the vote in the last election. Correct the math if I’m wrong, but that’s 50.4% of the vote. Reaching an understanding that brings stability to government for the coming 3 years sends a messages that Canada is a solid investment into the future. It allows for budgeting to help build Canada. The kind of Canada that 50.4% of those who voted would like their country to be. Perhaps the leading conservative candidate and the interim leader could bring solutions to the the table instead of the divisive rhetoric that continues to keep them out of government? Maybe present a vision of what their Canada should look like? Currently what they have to offer doesn’t appeal to half of those who voted.
    Seriously, when the "budget will balance itself" and the other apron riding clown get together to further increase debt spending, what kind of budget do you think it will be, nothing more than what's happening now. Push the debt out further for great grandchildren to suffer and pay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cameracutter View Post
    So the Liberals garnered 32.6%, the NDP 17.8% of the vote in the last election. Correct the math if I’m wrong, but that’s 50.4% of the vote. Reaching an understanding that brings stability to government for the coming 3 years sends a messages that Canada is a solid investment into the future. It allows for budgeting to help build Canada. The kind of Canada that 50.4% of those who voted would like their country to be. Perhaps the leading conservative candidate and the interim leader could bring solutions to the the table instead of the divisive rhetoric that continues to keep them out of government? Maybe present a vision of what their Canada should look like? Currently what they have to offer doesn’t appeal to half of those who voted.
    hear, hear....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cameracutter View Post
    So the Liberals garnered 32.6%, the NDP 17.8% of the vote in the last election. Correct the math if Iím wrong, but thatís 50.4% of the vote. Reaching an understanding that brings stability to government for the coming 3 years sends a messages that Canada is a solid investment into the future. It allows for budgeting to help build Canada. The kind of Canada that 50.4% of those who voted would like their country to be. Perhaps the leading conservative candidate and the interim leader could bring solutions to the the table instead of the divisive rhetoric that continues to keep them out of government? Maybe present a vision of what their Canada should look like? Currently what they have to offer doesnít appeal to half of those who voted.
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    People are going to get a lot poorer. Taxes are going up and up and up. Trudeau and NDP trying very very hard to make Middle class people poor. Since he was elected we have seen about a 12% tax increase.
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