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Cory Hann Wrote on October 18, 2016
One year ago, Conservative candidates were canvassing day and night, reminding Canadians of the great things our party had accomplished since 2006, and hoped to accomplish in the future.
Lower taxes, balanced budgets, sustained economic growth, help for middle class families – these are just some of the things our party fights for.
Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party campaigned on “small” deficits and big promises; most of which have been abandoned - or broken!
Canadians learned just how badly the Liberals had misled them when they presented their first budget in April. A promised $10 billion deficit had somehow become $30 billion overnight!
Canadians weren’t happy – here is just some of what was said:
“Trudeau’s first budget is an absolute disaster for future generations & thus Canada.”
- Aaron Gunn, Canadian Taxpayer Federation
“Running chronic deficits with no plan to balance the budget has proven to be bad news for Canada’s economy.”
- Halifax Chamber of Commerce
“The federal deficit for 2016/17 translates into roughly $840 for every Canadian – ouch.”
-Rob Roach, ATB Financial
“Truth be told….the government is not giving money to people based on the economic quintile they occupy. The Liberals are giving money to people who vote for the Liberals.”
- Sahir Khan, ex-PBO Budget Specialist
“The federal government’s first budget contained a number of broken commitments to small- to-medium-sized business owners…… This is expected to cost small firms over $900 million more per year by 2019.”
- Canadian Federation of Independent Business
The budget may have been tabled half a year ago, but it is still surprising us: just last week, a TD forecast predicted that this year’s deficit would be even bigger: $35 billion.
Justin Trudeau and the Liberals simply can’t be trusted on the economy.
The bad news is, we have three more years of this. The good news is that you can do something to help fight this big debt and higher taxes right now
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