Trudeau by the numbers: They’re bad

Canadians cannot rely on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for even remotely accurate information about the state of federal finances.

His wildly inconsistent and contradictory statements about government deficits before, during and after the 2015 election illustrate the point.

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  • ontario john

    Maybe if the little moron would spend less time talking about things nobody is interested in. He seemed to spend most of his time in Washington, talking about feminism. If fact, he opened up his press conference after meeting Trump with a lengthy rant about women’s issues. Of course his adoring media loved it. Trump brought up an interesting proposal that America and Canada leave out Mexico in a trade pact. This would benefit Canada, in that factories would stop sending jobs to Mexico. Of course little Justin would have nothing to do with that idea.

  • Old Guy

    Trudeau: “Budgets will balance itself”

    http://www.torontosun.com/v

    2015 Liberal Election Promise – Budget Surplus / (Debt)
    2016 – 2017 (9.9) billion
    2017 – 2018 (9.5) billion
    2018 – 2019 (5.7) billion
    2019 – 2020 +1.0 billion
    Total……… (24.1) billion

    2016 Liberal Actual / Forecast – Budget Surplus / (Debt)
    2016 – 2017 (17.8) billion actual
    2017 – 2018 (28.5) billion forecast
    2018 – 2019 (27.4) billion forecast
    2019 – 2020 (23.4) billion forecast
    Total………. (97.1) billion

    2016 Liberal Forecast – Budget Surplus / (Debt)
    2020 – 2021 (14.3) billion forecast – revised
    2021 -20-22 (18.8) billion forecast

  • marty_p

    Turdeau is a moron. Other than dairy/poultry protectionism in Canada and protection of copyrighted materials, most issues related to NAFTA fall in the USA vs Mexico portions of the agreement. Turdeau is stupid enough to let the agreement go in the crapper to protect Mexico at the expense of Canadian jobs.

  • Hard Little Machine

    I think YOU should give Hillary a shot

  • Clink9

    With hair like that, you can fool half the people all of the time.

  • Marius K

    On equality: responsibility for money spend should be equal to money earned. The whole society working almost half the year so few selected morons can decide how to sprinkle them is just pure craziness equal to building pyramids for a dead pharaoh.