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I guess I can partially blame you for the HST then...
We are probably one of the provinces to supply the most amount of money to Canada, and yet we gets screwed more and more.
I can't wait till my schooling is done, I'm out of Ontario for sure! The government can go screw themselves! Yes I know the grass is always greener on the other side, but look at it this way too, it can't be worse. Even if I move to the States, yes one of the biggest issues is having to pay for health care. It doesn't matter though, everyone one over here is getting their own insurance anyways, so it'll only be a matter of time before we go the same way too. You find out what your really covered for when you need something.
1997 BMW 540i/6 sport
1984 BMW 733i E23: Centra staggered 16" rims, Hartge strut brace, Hartge engine
1994 BMW 740i E32: Sold
this is not a democratic country, nothing is free in this country...people are just doomed to believe that crap man...it's all for richer get richer poorer get poorer and we in the middle get ****ed...it's all about people saying or doing something about it but noone does shit.
Opps, my bad... Yeah I meant provincial. If it was a federal agreement, HST would be throughout the country then.
What kind of schooling are you doing that allows you to make fundamentally flawed and completely uneducated statements? Who is in power provincially in the two jurisdictions with HST? The conservatives? That's what I thought
Nice to hear you vote on issues that matter, not superficial things!
maybe parm is just pyschic & knows
"To defeat evil, we may have to traffic in evils: indefinite detention of suspects, coercive interrogations, targeted assassinations, even pre-emptive war."
New York Times magazine op-ed piece, May 2, 2004
The dilemmas here are best illustrated by looking closely at pre-emptive war. It is a lesser evil because, according to our traditional understanding of war, the only justified resort to war is a response to actual aggression. But those standards are outdated. They were conceived for wars against states and their armies, not for wars against terrorists and suicide bombers. Against this kind of enemy, everyone can see that instead of waiting for terrorists to hit us, it makes sense to get our retaliation in first.
New York Times magazine op-ed piece, May 2, 2004 http://www.lexinformatica.org/index....56acab57.xhtml
^ another eilite, rich, well educated, F**king pyschopath