‘Slippery Dix’ could spell fiscal ruin

Polls continue to suggest an NDP government. All we can wish for is a miracle to intervene and save the province.

Polls continue to suggest an NDP government. All we can wish for is a miracle to intervene and save the province. I said, the NDP would have spent $2 billion, referring to the money pledged to union contracts, if Dix was elected.

I feel silly for misleading the readers, I wish to correct my error. Six billion dollars of new spending, is now the target. I did not think, that Dix would talk only about the $4 billion he was going to spend, before he gets elected as his election platform.

“Slippery Dix” scores again.  Clark had nothing over this guy, he was easy on us, collecting a messily $500 million in the first six months of his reign, spreading over 18 months before it reached $1.6 billion in new taxes.

I hope all the folks that invited the Devil to the party, have saved up for this event.

If Dix gets his way, with the letters sent out to business owners who donated to the Liberals, he could cash in big time and save you a bucket of money.

The letter gets to the point, it shows the total balance of dollars, that the business donated to the Liberals over several years. It then asks for a $5,000 donation, before the election, “as a commitment” to a balanced government. (your stomach turning yet?)

Under this current political environment, some might take that as a form of extortion or bribery.

Rather a slippery move if you ask me. I guess, we really shouldn’t expect anything less. But seriously, how much more ignorant can a politician get?

The Dix arrogance will slither to the bitter end, along with the open tap of money squandering and giveaways.

Hope you all have “biggy piggy” banks, you will need them!!!

Bryon Every