Is Notley a good idea for Alberta?

By Nishant

Okay before I start on my rant let me tell you I wholeheartedly vote for Conservative Party, this is probably because of the community I grew up in (Calgary Heritage), but this is not the point. Let us look at the facts, political cartoons and many other evidence to find out if Notley’s budget is good for the economy or have the voters made a big mistake in voting Notley in power. It has been about 200 days since PC lost their governance and NDP has taken the torch to make Alberta strive. Let’s look first at the budget plan that NDP has proposed: A lot of money is bei
ng handed out to a very unusual supporter, public service workers. The public sector is being well rewarded for currently supporting Notley’s extremist government.

Notley is planning to hike corporate taxes for the oil and gas countries because of the tough times that we as Alberta have been facing. As well they aretax-time-tips planning to hike royalties on oil companies. In 48 hours this extremist government killed 3000 jobs in all the oil companies who are stepping out of Alberta. This government who we voted in is planning to take 9.78 billion dollar deficient only in this year, the largest deficient in Alberta history, and only to give money of to their wealth social services friends, this is why you don’t keep a social worker as the finance minister. By 2019 the debt should reach to the climax of 47.8 billion dollars. Alberta was said to be debt free in 2004 and still is debt free, but with this plan NDP are planning to ransack this amazing and vast diversity filled province. The shadow-minister of finance from the Wildrose party would like to see some restraint in the government giving off. “We are on a track to Ontario territory. We need to restrain the power that the government possesses.” says Derek Fildebrandt, the shadow minister for finance. According to Paige Macpherson whose is part of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, the oil prices are to blame for this large spending, but it is mostly the government to blame on their spending habits. Ric Mciver, the interim leader of the PC party says that the NDP still has to borrow money for operational costs and that is what they ar
going to do next year, but this is like getting a loan for groceries, and Notley has no plan to get the debt out of the province with credit ratings of triple A. According to Richard Gotfried, there is no plan for the senior citizens that NDP had promised for, the seniors will have to wait another year. Okay before I start on my rant let me tell you I wholeheartedly vote for Conservative Party, this is probably because of the community I grew up in (Calgary Heritage), but this is not the point. Let us look at the facts, political cartoons and many other evidence to find out if Notley’s budget is good for the economy or have the voters made a big mistake in voting Notley in pow
r. It has been about 200 days since PC lost their governance and NDP has taken the torch to make Alberta strive.

Let’s look first at the budget plan that NDP has proposed: A lot of money is being handed out to a very unusual supporter, public service workers. The public sector is being well rewarded for currently supporting Notley’s extremist government. Notley is planning to hike corporate taxes for the oil and gas countries because of the tough t
imes that we as Alberta have been facing. As well they are planning to hike royalties on oil companies. In 48 hours this extremist government killed 3000 jobs in all the oil companies who are stepping out of Alberta. This government who we voted in is planning to take 9.78 billion dollar deficient only in this year, the largest deficient in Alberta history, and only to gskulder-och-tillgangarive money of to their wealth social services friends, this is why you don’t keep a social worker as the finance minister. By 2019 the debt should reach to the climax of 47.8 billion dollars. Alberta was said to be debt free in 2004 and still is debt free, but with this plan NDP are planning to ransack this amazing and vast diversity filled province. The shadow-minister of finance from the Wildrose party would like to see some restraint in the government giving off. “We are on a track to Ontario territory. We need to restrain the power that the government possesses.” says Derek Fildebrandt, the shadow minister for finance. According to Paige Macpherson whose is part of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, the oil prices are to blame for this large spending, but it is mostly the government to blame on their spending habits. Ric Mciver, the interim leader of the PC party says that the NDP still has to borrow money for operational costs and that is what they are going to do next year, but this is like getting a loan for groceries, and Notley has no plan to get the debt out of the province with credit ratings of triple A. According to Richard Gotfried, there is no plan for the senior citizens that NDP had promised for, the seniors will have to wait another year. Okay before I start on my rant let me tell you I wholeheartedly vote for Conservative Party, this is probably because of the community I grew up in (Calgary Heritage), but this is not the point. Let us look at the facts, political cartoons and many other evidence to find out if Notley’s budget is good for the economy or have the voters made a big mistake in voting Notley in power. It has been about 200 days since PC lost their governance and NDP has taken the torch to make Alberta strive.

Let’s look first at the budget plan that NDP has proposed: A lot of money is being handed out to a very unusual supporter, public service workers. The public sector is being well rewarded for currently supporting Notley’s extremist government. Notley is planning to hike corporate taxes for the oil and gas countries because of the tough times that we as Alberta have been facing. As well they are planning to hike royalties on oil companies.In 48 hours this extremist government killed 3000 jobs in all the oil companies who are stepping out of Alberta. This government who we voted in is planning to take 9.78 billion dollar deficient only in this year, the largest deficient in Alberta history, and only to give money of to their wealth social services friends, this is why you don’t keep a social worker as the finance minister. By 2019 the debt should reach to the climax of 47.8 billion dollars. Alberta was said to be debt free in 2004 and still is debt free, but with this plan NDP are planning to ransack this amazing and vast diversity filled province. The shadow-minister of finance from the Wildrose party would like to see some restraint in the government giving off. “We are on a track to Ontario territory. We need to restrain the power that the government possesses.” says Derek Fildebrandt, the shadow minister for finance. According to Paige Macpherson whose is part of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, the oil prices are to blame for this large spending, but it is mostly the government to blame on their spending habits. Ric Mciver, the interim leader of the PC party says that the NDP still has to borrow money for operational costs and that is what they are going to do next year, but this is like getting a loan for groceries, and Notley has no plan to get the debt out of the province with credit ratings of triple A. According to Richard Gotfried, there is no plan for the senior citizens that NDP had promised for, the seniors will have to wait another year. Big problems are also arising with the promises that the finance minister has said about balancing the budgets, media says that there will be a year delay for the budget to balance itself. Okay a controversial topic has come out from this budget, many people are proud to be in a province that does not have PST as well as triple A credit rating so less taxes. NDP is proposing to tax income, corporate and many other things, but Notley is declining PST, that is good. Credit rating is also very important, with the oil prices as well as the debt we are planning to go to, Moody’s Investor Services has declared Alberta “credit negative”, this means that no investment group should give our province a loan because of the way we are going on a steep decline, plus all the numbers that NDP has proposed in their budget is completely off, because of the reason that they just made up the numbers for ojoe-ceciil prices and they believe that the oil prices are just about to rebound to make their deficient lower, but according to Moody it will rebound in 2017. AUPE (Alberta Union of Provincial Employees) has the same title has the NDP new budget “The Alberta Way”, but this slogan is copyrighted so how can NDP have this title. Maybe because NDP’s cabinet is full of public union workers and governors like Joe Ceci. NDP is using and giving public sectors money, but we don’t know anything about that. We are paying tax dollars to help the province, but giving 80% of our tax dollars to public unions is a little absurd and ridiculous. All the NDP government is doing is giving money to their friends and cronies, just like the Redford government, so how are they better than before? To help and save many of your livelihoods as well as your parents livelihoods, help The Rebel Media and sign their petition to save Alberta Jobs.
Levant, E. (2015). BLOODBATH: Alberta budget kills 3,000 oil & gas jobs in first 48 hours. Retrieved November 28, 2015, from http://www.therebel.media/savealbertajobs

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