Just a quick question for you guys, and I’d appreciate if you could answer in the comment section below. Subscribers – please DO NOT HIT REPLY ON YOUR EMAIL. PLEASE GO TO THE ONLINE VERSION OF THIS BLOG TO COMMENT. THANKS.
Some people asked me why I have not commented on the recent Canadian budget. Well, I have put together a synopsis of the budget and how it will impact us, specifically via the impact on debt (which impacts the loonie and taxes), and of course, inflation. I must confess that as I explored the new policies from the budget, and then took a look at the horrible developments in Canada (knowingly accepting China electoral interference, further scandals with known Liberal friends to act as “independent judges”, more selfish personal perks for the PM, etc) I began travelling down that road that I sometimes call a “rant” blog.
So here’s the question(s):
- Do you want to read a blog strictly focused on the budget, which will be somewhat ranty, but not “full bore”. It will focus specifically on tax, debt, and economic impact.
- Do you want me to include with the budget blog some comments about the ongoing transgressions and my genuine fears of the current Canadian political landscape. Or just leave that out altogether?
- Have you no interest in the budget and its impact, and prefer I just focus on the market in the next blog?
Understand that, no matter what, I post a rant blog at year-end, as I have for a decade now. Also, understand that I am past the point of caring if a PM supporter gets offended by my comments. Interestingly, people actually come to ValueTrend because we are fiscally and morally conservative (which never used to a unique perspective). Don’t forget – I used to vote for Chretien for his, and Paul Martin’s, fiscal conservatism, not to mention moral ethics. So don’t pigeon hole me politically – I’m after a smart, ethically sound government and must speak out when we don’t have one. The rants are always source-backed and accurate – I make sure of this. Its like pointing out that the grass is brown, and should be green. Tough noogies if you like brown, dead grass. I’m going to comment on the state of the grass – it is what it is.
So, comment below, and let me know if you choose door number 1, 2, or 3 from the above, Monty!
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Thanks – Keith