Your Future NDP Government?


http://goo.gl/eZKXr
With the NDP tied with the Conservatives in the polls, a new website shows what your future New Democratic government will look like: http://www.mulcairsndp.ca/

Here are some excerpts...

Libby Davies

Libby Davies

Deputy Leader
Health
Mr. Mulcair’s choice of Deputy Leader is particularly important as it shows who he relies upon the most.. While we have already demonstrated how his Deputy Leader Libby Davies is completely out of touch when it comes to getting tough on crime that it is not the only area where Ms. Davies has demonstrated poor judgement. Among other things she is a leading proponent of ending the 10 year eligibility for immigrants to receive OAS and GIS. In 2011 she introduced a motion demanding that new arrivals who have not contributed by paying taxes receive seniors benefits. (Toronto Sun, August 29, 2011) Ms. Davies had introduced this motion several times since 2000. It is estimated that this promise would cost more than $800 million a year. (Q-177, Hansard, February 13, 2008)
Calling for expensive extensions of Canada’s social spending with no plans as to how the government could pay for it is all too typical of Ms. Davies and the rest of Mr. Mulcair’s NDP team. Just like the Bob Rae NDP government in Ontario a Mulcair-Davies government would be one that left a legacy of large deficits and higher taxes at the cost of ordinary families.

Alexandre Boulerice

Alexandre Boulerice

Labour
Deputy Ethics, Access to Information and Privacy
Mr. Mulcair’s Labour Critic is Alexandre Boulerice.  Mr. Boulerice is a former union communications officer, who has long been active in Quebec provincial politics. He campaigned for a Québec Solidaire candidate in 2007 (Canada Newswire, February 16, 2007) and he was a candidate for its predecessor party, l’Union des Forces Progressistes, in 2003. Mr. Boulerice donated over $3,700 to Québec Solidaire and its predecessor party since 2003. According to the Directeur général des élections du Québec, his most recent donation was given in 2012 indicating that Mr. Boulerice remains supportive of Quebec Solidaire and its policies even as he sits as a federal MP.  Quebec Solidaire is a far-left party that clearly supports separation.

See more: http://www.mulcairsndp.ca

Unfortunately MP Pat Martin's biography is nowhere to be found...Probably because anything about him would be so filled with expletives that it would be unpublishable.
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