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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.
    You get an "A" for math, but that's it. Blindly assuming that all Liberals support the NDP, and vice versa, shows how numbers are easily manipulated. You can not assume, because of a person's political leaning, that they will support all parties under that umbrella. There are lots of Liberals that would never endorse the NDP, and, vice versa.
    "Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it whether it exists or not, diagnosing it incorrectly, and applying the wrong remedy." Ernest Benn

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    Quote Originally Posted by delmer View Post
    You get an "A" for math, but that's it. Blindly assuming that all Liberals support the NDP, and vice versa, shows how numbers are easily manipulated. You can not assume, because of a person's political leaning, that they will support all parties under that umbrella. There are lots of Liberals that would never endorse the NDP, and, vice versa.
    And you, I, and the rest of Canada can vote on that in 2025.

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

    Iím kinda happy with this but now CPC have to come up with a plan. Not just not the way we be doing it

    Now disappointed with BOC we should be at 1% int right now with another .5 next session

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cameracutter View Post
    And you, I, and the rest of Canada can vote on that in 2025.
    You are assuming "they" get their act in gear by then and actually have a leader, ok they will have a leader but it might not still be the leader they have to still elect in fact they may go through several leaders by that date if you go by their track record.
    Last edited by Gilroy; March 22nd, 2022 at 08:35 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post
    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.
    You are probably forgetting the small details like your home already doubling or tripling in value? How about your stocks and bonds.

    Now lets be honest GW you were talking 15% return last year... On my modest pension fund they did 15.7%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilroy View Post
    You are assuming "they" get their act in gear by then and actually have a leader, ok they will have a leader but it might not still be the leader they have to still elect in fact they may go through several leaders by that date if you go by their track record.
    I stay optimistic that eventually the conservatives will elect a leader that could appeal to more Canadians. Perhaps a small c conservative? 3 plus years, they might figure it out. Then again, maybe not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilroy View Post
    You are probably forgetting the small details like your home already doubling or tripling in value? How about your stocks and bonds.

    Now lets be honest GW you were talking 15% return last year... On my modest pension fund they did 15.7%.
    Talks of a housing crash in 2024 25 to 40 percent depending on how the next year goes.

    We always knew there would be one down the road it totally possible.

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    Last edited by fishfood; March 22nd, 2022 at 09:21 PM.

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    Actually did 25% in the end for 2021. My house, well I have to live some place. My house isn't big, built in 1973 1200 sq ft + basement.
    Where do you draw the line? when I moved to Ontario in 1991 43 - 47% of your paycheck went to some level of Government we are now around 53-57%. Most likely my kids when they are my age will be paying approx 63 - 67% my grand-kids 73-77%.
    Should we just instead have the government take all 100%?


    Quote Originally Posted by Gilroy View Post
    You are probably forgetting the small details like your home already doubling or tripling in value? How about your stocks and bonds.

    Now lets be honest GW you were talking 15% return last year... On my modest pension fund they did 15.7%.
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    Greedy people will freely sell their childrens future off for some free dental care today.

    Unbelievable.
    Someday people will realize that in fact budgets don’t balance themselves but it will be far too late and Trudeau will be living even higher on the hog than he is now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilroy View Post
    You are assuming "they" get their act in gear by then and actually have a leader, ok they will have a leader but it might not still be the leader they have to still elect in fact they may go through several leaders by that date if you go by their track record.
    It wasn't long ago that the Liberals were lost in the wilderness. From 2006 until 2015, they had four different leaders - Martin, Dion, Ignatieff, and Trudeau. Leadership changed after each election loss. The Conservatives seem to be using the same play book.
    "Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it whether it exists or not, diagnosing it incorrectly, and applying the wrong remedy." Ernest Benn

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