January 12, 2006

Justzumgai: Charter -&- Letter, Promises, Choice & Freedom

Note: I posted something yesterday that I consider important to consider when you think of Liberals, grants through any agency--CIDA, ACOA/AIF come to mind but there are others--China, business and globalization. There is more to be said on this subject ... Until then, read:

Jan. 11, 2006

Business & Agribusiness: Fujian & Canada, ACOA / AIF Grants & Academics

Choice & Freedom ... are not Librano$ values

CBC is continuing the politicking for Paulie. First they air, ad infinitum, the ad(s) that are "not" being run, apparently as "news" and they're continuing this morning. They just had Paulie on speaking at length; then they added a bit of Stephen ... their balance. Susan Murray was her usual--apparently quite intemperate--self. I say intemperate because I have read that she sunk to using gutter language while the cameras were rolling yesterday (or just lately, since, when I first read it, I couldn't believe it and didn't save the link.) Undoubtedly, CBC will keep her on--a CBC star journalist--I assume. You have to pay for the likes of Susan Murray on CBC, don't forget.

CBC is so very obvious, working as the Librano$ Pravda, the Liberal Propaganda Organ. They're so afraid Canadians would have a choice ... and that covers many areas. I will never order and pay for Sirius simply because CBC is involved and, as soon as I check out more of the other choices, if I find Lieberal involvement in any way, that's it for them too.

CBC is running scared. If you want freedom, join in. Demand choice and freedom.

Justzumgai on the Charter's Value

The company you keep "I will summarize: it's a piece of junk, a paper tiger, a piece of mouldy swiss cheese, a dried-up fig leaf that protects you from neither judges nor legislatures." Western Standard / Shotgun, Jan. 4, 06

Whoever this commenter is, his comments are always excellent.

[. . . . ] Comments

"The value of the Charter must be affirmed. All within the rubric of constitutional supremacy."


What value do wish to be affirmed? Personally, I don't think that it is worth the fine vellum it is written on.

[. . . . The details are here so you'll have to scroll down that webpage for them. He's informed, intelligent, and a hoot, as well. ]

Forget the charter of rights and freedoms (so called) and strive for liberty instead:

For the bandwidth challenged, in text here:


Posted by: Justzumgai 4-Jan-05 12:05:00 AM [. . . . ]

SOMETHING WORTH THINKING ABOUT posted by Sensforever, 1/08/2006 and I have received it through an acquaintance.


My name is Alan R..... I am a Canadian. One voter out of millions of Canadian voters.

Paul Martin is no friend of mine. Liberal governments have not made my life any better. Liberal governments have made the future worse for my children.

Jean Chretien and the Liberal Party became Prime Minister many years ago. Guess who was the Liberal Finance Minister.....Paul Martin...LEST WE FORGET.

Since 1993:

(1) My taxes have increased.
(2) My family's share of the national debt has increased.
(3) My personal expenses have increased.
(4) My waiting time to see a doctor has increased.
(5) My concerns for my family's safety have increased.
(6) My costs to educate my children have increased.
(7) Government interference in my life has increased.
(8) My personal debt has increased.
(9) My income has stayed more or less the same.
10) My savings have decreased.
(11) The buying power of my dollar, in Canada, has decreased.
(12) The value of my dollar, in the U.S., has decreased.
(13) My trust of elected officials has decreased.
(14) My trust in the justice system has decreased.
(15 )My trust in the immigration system has decreased.
(16) My hope that a Liberal won't waste my tax dollars has decreased.
(17 )My dreams for a better future for my kids, in Canada, have disappeared.

That is my story since the Liberals came to power.

I am not voting for Paul Martin's Liberals. I am voting against Paul Martin and his Liberal Party in January.

I am voting for Stephen Harper and the Conservative Party.

Do I like the Conservatives? Not particularly......I don't really like Politics. I am not political by nature. I am not passionate about politics. I am a middle age guy (48). I live in a small house on a fairly quiet street in Edmonton. I have a wife, Kathy, and two children (ages 19 and 17). I have no pets. I am a middle class man. I don't usually say too much.

Until now.

Now I am going to say something!

In 35 of the past 37 years, Canada has been ruled by:
(1) Pierre Trudeau - a multi-millionaire lawyer from Quebec.
(2) Brian Mulroney - a multi-millionaire lawyer from Quebec.
(3) Jean Chretien - a multi-millionaire lawyer from Quebec.
(4) And now we are going to vote for Paul Martin???? - a multi-millionaire lawyer from Quebec???


The leader of the Conservative party, Stephen Harper, is:
(1) Not a lawyer.
(2) Not a multi-millionaire.
(3) Not from Quebec.

Stephen Harper says that the Conservative party will:
(1) Reduce my taxes.
(2) Pay off the national debt as fast as they can.
(3) Shrink the size and influence of the federal

How can we tell? We can't, but do the Liberals keep promises?. Based on past experience, I think not!

That's good enough for me. I'm going to give the Conservative party a chance with my vote.

But wait! Paul Martin is now saying the same thing. My mother told me forty years ago: "Fool me once - shame on you. Fool me twice - shame on me!"

The Liberals have had 34 years to be financially responsible. Remember, Jean Chretien was Trudeau's Finance Minister. Remember also, Paul Martin was Jean Chretien's Finance Minister These people have been raising my taxes for thirty four years. They have been mis-spending my tax dollars for 34 years. 34 years!

And now Paul Martin says he'll stop taxing and spending. No way.

Thank you for reading my story so far!

Why am I telling my story to you?

Although I feel alone, I know that I am not alone.
Your story may be similar to mine. And you may also feel alone. One small voter in the midst of millions of voters.

What can you and I do together to change things?

Here is my idea: Lets you and I join up together. Just you and I. Together. As a small team of two.

How can you and I fight a huge political machine?

You and I have two things that we can use:
(1) Our individual personal connections.
(2) The Internet.

The Internet is supposed to be this globalizing tool, right? Let's put it to use.

I have 27 Canadians in my personal e-mail address book. I am sending this e-mail to each of them.

I'm asking you to do two things:

(1) Forward this e-mail to every Canadian in your own address book.
(2) Vote against Paul Martin and the Liberal Party this January.

Vote for the Conservative candidate in your riding.

I have probably written this too late. As I said I am not politically adroit. I feel like Peter Finch, in the 1976 movie "Network", when he shouted: "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take this anymore!"

My best wishes to you. My best wishes to Canadians everywhere.

My thanks to David Stokes from Toronto He actually wrote this just (5) days before the last federal election. Fool me once - shame on you. Fool me twice - shame on me!"

Alan R........, Edmonton Alberta [. . . . ]

The vote buying continues apace

Jack Layton wants to give $50-million to the Chinese who were hurt by the head tax (National Post, Jan. 12, 06, A6, "Layton unveils spending plans worth $71.5-BILLION" ). Don't vote that man anywhere near the cookie jar.

Every politician has to make promises on the hustings. I hate that this seems to be what Canadians want, the continual talk of what we're going to get -- promises of spending instead of fiscal prudence.

Stephen Harper promised $2-Billion for repairing highways and border crossings. Yes, these are necessary, and I suppose I should feel happy about it, but I would prefer every politician be able to say: After we see what money is available, we will make the best use of your tax dollars for the most worthy purposes for the whole of Canada. Regional concerns will not be paramount in the decision, just concerns about Canadians' most important needs, as we see them, once elected. If you don't like the result, vote us out.

I know, Canada is fortunate I'll never be a politician and an elected MP. My riding would lose out on too much, I suppose, while I considered the whole country ... and then, probably choose badly out of ignorance and thinking too much. Such is the reality ... So I blog. :)

To every politician who has to go through what I see as a dreadful, soul-destroying process, just to get a job as MP, blessings upon you decent ones of whatever political stripe. I include the best of the Liberal and NDP candidates along with my choice of party, the Conservatives. Please defeat the corrupt ones.


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