Brian Lilley of TheRebel.Media reports that the Federal Liberals released their fiscal plan over the weekend. We know that the Liberal platform is the most expensive of all three political parties and we know he still hasn't explained how the Liberals are going to pay for these expensive promises without raising your taxes. Now it seems like the Liberals want to take away the tax breaks brought in by the Harper government. JOIN TheRebel.media for more fearless news and commentary you won’t find anywhere else. http://www.TheRebel.media SIGN UP FREE for exclusive Election 2015 coverage from The Rebel team! http://www.therebel.media/election_2015_coverage JOIN OUR CROWDFUNDING CAMPAIGN to bring you fearless Canadian election reporting! https://therebel.nationbuilder.com/election2015_coverage
Lawrence Dolha: This progressivity can help us understand why the top 1% of income earners paid a staggering 21.2% of the total federal and provincial taxes in 2010. The top 10% paid 54.8% of all taxes while the bottom 50% of Canadian income earners contributed 4% towards the collective personal tax bill.
HerzWatIThink: We appreciate the mic check, Brian.^^ Great report as always.
tim hilton: Liberals suck
doinksauce: People don't need more money, Canadians lack equal social opportunities not a bunch of government handouts. Canadian government don't know a thing bout business and the actual economy in this world..
Daniel Allan: I'm no economist but what about just reducing taxes on the lower class if you want to start families? No tax credits and shit. Those are only useful at some point in the year. Instead of this complex web of give and take how about we simplify things?
Ryan Mann: It would almost SEEM like this is biased towards conservative, but its not. Just straight up truth which we seldom get from main source media.
dono: i assume this channel supports harper then? if so. i have no reason to take this cunt seriously. him and the CPC have done enough damage.
MrGad1: how the fuck did the liberals end up to the left NDP?
ch1kusoo: WOW that's what I call "American style politics." Trudeau taking a page out of the Obama playbook and where is the outrage from the old stock media? I thought they are always outrage at politicians taking a page from the Americans...oh right, Trudeau is taking a page out of a lefty American president so that's ok!
aussiebear22: Anyone notice, despite being in different counties, Liberals/Lefties/Progressive politicians ALL THINK ALIKE?
=> Always push "Tax the rich to give to the poor" rhetoric...When the real world result is that the middle-class absorbs the costs as taxes increase. (On a side note, I wonder how long the rich will take this nonsense and leave the country for a low taxing one like Singapore?) ...By the way, the rich can afford smart accountants; who can advise them to make adjustments to minimise the impact of new taxes.
=> Promise they will give, give, and give during election time. But don't actually discuss how they will fund it! ...Don't ever look at the numbers. ie: NOTHING they promise are properly budgeted. They're pulling ideas out of their arse! Because it sounds good! All you have to do is ask where are they EXACTLY going to get the money from?! Then watch the inconsistent responses you'll get as they scramble with their PR team to spin it in better light.
=> Its always "for the poor". Yet, the poor remains poor no matter what politicians do! The poor seems like a political excuse. I'm not sure how it is in Canada, but "the poor" in Australia don't pay taxes. Its anyone who is in the middle class or better that absorb the tax burden. ie: Only 42% of Australians pay all of the taxes. (Pay more than they take.) ...Is it similar in Canada?
T.J. Donatello: Whoever wanted Brian's mike to be turned louder... you got it.
Isaac Willis: I can't believe I like Trudeau
TheGoodPearce: In other news. Water is wet.
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