Someone needs to take Justin Trudeau’s cheque book away. The Liberal spending has become an incredible burden to future Canadians.
The Liberals spending $38 million on a diversity park in Winnipeg, millions to the Clinton Foundation, bail out money to Bombardier, countless countries climate control, it’s out of hand. Canadian tax dollars should be spent first at home to ensure WE have the best life possible. Our elderly need better funding, our healthcare needs spending not cuts like the Ontario Liberals, and Autistic children need the proven programs that work and help to be there at ALL ages. Justin and his Liberals have spent so much on foreign projects but leave us wanting at home, Canadians should come first, our taxpayers deserve better treatment.
The most disturbing tax dollar distribution is the ten and a half million Omar Kadhr received with an apology. We now pay terrorists to be……..well terrorists. I understand that each and every government, both Conservative and Liberal have been scrutinized for their spending, and rightly so, it’s good to keep a watchful eye. The problem is that with this Liberal government spending, the future burden to taxpayers is going to be immense. How is this debt going to be repaid, well it’s increased taxes, it’s less funding to programs, it’s tightening of the belt on all things. Who pays for Justin Trudeau’s mismanagement of his governments accountabilities, well that folks would be us. It will take a lot of time and cost saving measures to redirect the negative cash flow, to become financially stable after.
If Justin wants to spend so much money, at least spend it on making Canada a better, safer, more productive place to live. We deserve more sound accountability on our tax dollars, we work hard enough for those taxes, we give up money we could use for our own families.
If we work hard to donate the money the least you could do Justin is work hard to spend it wisely. In the next election I hope voters take a very close look at what we have received in Justin’s term, and what it’s cost us, now and in the near future. I can assure you, it’s not worth it.