Volume 93, Issue 39

Tuesday, November 9, 1999


OPINIONS

Everyone's free to ask questions

All political clubs host fundraisers

Surplus isn't as super as it may sound

Surplus isn't as super as it may sound



To the Editor:

Are we a little confused? When one collects from the Canadian people $100 billion dollars which was not needed – that is mismanagement.

I am certain that [Finance Minister] Paul Martin is like most politicians, honest, filled with good intentions and maybe a little egotistic. That's OK. But to compromise health care, education, farmers, jobs and end up with a surplus – my God!

Not only would I be embarrassed, I would know I had mismanaged the money. Imagine the same scenario in a company. The shareholders and stockholders would have his hide.

I am sorry, but I always thought our government was there for the people of Canada. This is certainly not reflected in their style of management.

Leslie J. Jedrychowski
Brossard, Québec



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