Tuesday, September 26, 2017
Poll Wars: The Liberals Are Back On Top
Oh dear. Yesterday the grinning religious fanatic Andrew Scheer was flying high, after a Forum poll showed him and his Cons leading the Liberals for the first time in a long time.
But I wondered whether the poll was an outlier.
And now it seems it was.
And poor old Scheer isn't grinning anymore.
Not after a new Nanos poll suggests the Cons are still trailing the Liberals by a healthy margin.
The latest Nanos federal ballot tracking has the Liberals at 38.5 per cent support, followed by the Conservatives at 32.5 per cent, the NDP at 14.6 percent, the BQ at 6.0 per cent and the Greens at 5.7 per cent.
And the grubby little monkey is still trailing Trudeau by a gap the size of the Grand Canyon.
Nanos tracking has Trudeau as the preferred choice as PM at 45.3 per cent of Canadians followed by Scheer (21.2%), Mulcair (9.4%) and May (4.3%). Eighteen per cent of Canadians were unsure who they preferred.
And while the Liberals may have lost two or three points, that's within the margin of error.
And even if it is real, it's not surprising considering the way the shameless Scheer has been trying to portray the Liberal proposal to end income sprinkling as a monstrous attack on every small business in the country...
When in fact that's nothing more than a big lie.
Only about one in eight small-business owners are likely to be affected by a Liberal proposal to end income sprinkling, according to new research from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
A study from the left-leaning think tank says small-business owners most likely to be affected by the tax-savings measure are male, professionals such as doctors or lawyers who make more than $216,000 a year and with spouses or adult children who don't work.
Awwwwww. So much for those poor little mom and pop stores.
David Macdonald, senior economist of the centre and author of the study, said family-run businesses such as restaurants or stores are not likely to be affected.
His research suggests 77 per cent of small-business owners do not benefit from the tax break, while another 10 per cent wouldn't gain enough to offset the cost of setting up the scheme.
And surprise surprise, or tinkle tinkle little sprinkle, Scheer is only defending the interests of the greedy One Percent.
Mr. Macdonald said that his study, based on data from Statistics Canada and tax filers, showed income sprinkling was almost entirely benefiting wealthy Canadians.
And when Canadians realize that Scheer is indeed a grubby Con artist, AND a ghastly bigot...
He won't be going anywhere.
Especially now that his golden coach has turned into a pumpkin...
And he has been revealed to be a shameless liar just like his former leader.
Poor Andrew Scheer, it must have been a hell of a party yesterday.
But it just didn't last very long...
And of course this still applies...
Either we destroy those dirty lying Con hogs.
Or they will destroy us...