CommentsHey, he bought some time. And the likewise NDP bought some cred from the Liberals. It sure doesn't sit well now though.
Ah, Andrea, ah, exactly who invests money which in turn results in employing low wage earners. Rich people do. And Rich people if they see that opportunity doesn't exist here in Ontario. Ah, Andrea, what do they do when opportunity doesn't exist? Yes, Andrea, they move elsewhere.
Personally, I'm not anywhere near the income to which you and Dufus McGuinty just agreed upon. But I do respect those that get that kind of pay. So what did you do, Andrea, well you just drove out those people who have that kind of income. They obviously have the cash to move elsewhere, and man will they move elsewhere. Smart move NDP. You prove once again, NO DAMNED PAY. Pandering to your pinhead voting block of entitlements. At an 18% tax; don't you think that these people may commute from another location to their regional office now in Ontario, and then skeedaddle back to home. At 500 grand and better I would.
Posted by Less1leg on 04/24 at 09:05 AM | #
CTF Denounces McGuinty Sell-out on NDP Tax Grab
Posted by Canadian Taxpayers Federation on Apr 23, 2012 at 04:25 PM
Taxpayer Protection Act (TPA) requires parties to officially register their intention to raise taxes with the Chief Electoral Officer during an election, or else hold a referendum on any new taxes or tax increases
OTTAWA, ON: The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) denounced Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty’s decision to hike personal provincial income taxes by 18 per cent for incomes over $500,000 in exchange for NDP support in the upcoming budget vote.More...
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