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Not quite if this belongs here, but.....                                 

Probably safer to just never bring it up again.

For me being fiscally conservative means being fiscally responsible. Keeping deficits low/nil when not in a crisis. Using science and research to fund social programming. Using deficit spending to kee

1 minute ago, wanna-b-fanboy said:

Unfortunately all those things don't require a tax to offset road repairs.... which is the original reason for the fuel tax.

A tax is a tax, regardless of what the gov'ts "reasoning" behind it is. Everything goes into one pool.

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6 hours ago, JCon said:

Taxes are general revenue. Gas taxes don't pay for roads, all taxes pay for roads. Like, all taxes pay for healthcare. 

I know this, I'm just saying that reasoning has been used to justify gas taxes before. I guess I wasn't clear, I was more surprised the right was using some semblance of logic to justify it as opposed to some bullcrap.

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36 minutes ago, 17to85 said:

I know this, I'm just saying that reasoning has been used to justify gas taxes before. I guess I wasn't clear, I was more surprised the right was using some semblance of logic to justify it as opposed to some bullcrap.

That would require both intelligence and effort. so.......

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11 hours ago, rebusrankin said:

Cuts to Healthcare. Cuts to Education. One of the worse vaccination rollouts in Canada but Pallister has $25 million for a redevelopment fund for the downtown Bay building? **** this *******! **** the entire Manitoba PC Party!

So what are you trying to say? lol

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