With an election almost a sure thing this spring and the Conservatives promising to run on their handling of the economy, it's time to break down the myths.
They have not been prudent fiscal managers, but have been gambling away our economic future.
And our job market is not as strong as they would have us believe. They are now spending our money to run ads on "better jobs" but I visited the site, and it contains little, other than more photos of the big guy.
And the Globe's Barrie McKenna says: Flaherty’s broken record on Canada’s fiscal propriety is wearing thin.
We only survived much of the economic crisis because our banks are regulated. But in 2005, Stephen Harper, then leader of the opposition, tried to get Paul Martin to deregulate banking. He didn't and it's a good thing, or we'd have been in even more trouble than we are now.
The Liberals cleaned up Brian Mulroney's mess and that's what they should focus on when the economy is raised. Paul Martin also put things into place to protect our banks and Canada Pension. Flaherty is instead allowing the private sector in and that will not be good.
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