Drawing a picture using ‘paint by numbers’
While our federal Liberal government specializes in incurring massive amounts of debt on frivolous poorly planned and executed faux pas, they are utter failures at dealing with the other side of the ledger.
Recently, they quietly wrote off $3 billion worth of loans to the auto industry and such countries as Cuba and Romania.
The Liberals’ new way, I guess, of reducing debt. Avoiding much deserved criticism, they wouldn’t divulge exactly how much or to whom.
Displaying more incompetence, their Canada Revenue Agency is now falling further behind in recovering more than $44 billion for taxes owed. That figure is projected to rise to more than $47 billion by 2020. The $352 million the feds dumped into the Canada Revenue agency two years ago must have just been wasted as the problem continues to increase by $2 billion a year. Perhaps they should farm out the massive mess to a few collection agencies on a commission basis, as they seem utterly clueless on how to do recoveries.
The C.R.A. can’t even come up with a way to stop declaring Canadians mistakenly deceased. They got it wrong on 319 cases during the period from 2016 to 2017 and 524 between 2014 and 2015. With so much power they can declare you dead even without a death certificate. That’s far too much power beyond their limited ability to get things right.
A Senate Committee report further dams the C.R.A for rejecting eligibility claims from disabled Canadian’s for their tax refunds. Claims eventually overturned left hundreds of claimants without reimbursement for up to 30 weeks! Imagine the arduous hindrances suffered by gravely ill Canadians on low incomes.
More numbers problems are rearing their ugly heads everywhere. The “Sunny Ways” gang saw Canada’s trade deficit widen to almost $3 billion in May. That, in spite of further trashing our debt load wasting billions on questionable schemes to “kick start” our economy.
They boasted that 32,000 jobs were added in June. In reality, people who had totally given up finding employment were trying their luck again. That skewed their phoney numbers so much that there were actually job losses. Further, 70% of the jobs were part time and are sure to be short term. Thus, the numbers game to make it appear that employment was up was just a big lie using manipulated figures.
Speaking of numbers; I have a great idea to solve the thousands of asylum seekers illegally entering Canada and overtaxing the provinces ability to cope with them. Simply load them onto buses and escort them directly to parliament hill with a note to contact Trudeau immediately.
Also send an invoice with them, payable to the province(s) for all costs incurred. Let Trudeau figure out how to feed, house, educate, provide health care, legal fees and welfare payments. After the first thousand arrive, I believe the Liberals will get their heads straight and correct the utter farce they created.
Last but not least, the utterly unnecessary shortage of judges lingers on and on.