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Monday, November 28, 2005

How much will this election cost?

Best questions:

1.  How much has Paul Martin's government cost us?

Answer:  $24,488,825,212.00, according to my friend and head of Taxpayers John Williamson, here.

2.  How much would it cost us to keep the Paul Martin government in power?

You answer.

Posted by Russ Kuykendall on November 28, 2005 in Canadian Politics | Permalink

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at least $1 Billion per day. An election is a bargain!

Posted by: Gary | 2005-11-28 7:10:24 PM


Chretien : Ya,so a cubble 2-3-4 millions were stole.


Wad ya gonna do aboud it?>>>


Posted by: maz2 | 2005-11-28 7:12:06 PM


It can only cost our souls, right?

Posted by: Mike H | 2005-11-28 7:35:32 PM


The Trudeau Liberals, through Chretien and Martin and the Montreal/New York mafia, have cost us more than money, they have cost us our dignity and they are threatening our self-esteem.

Posted by: Vitruvius | 2005-11-28 7:42:29 PM


Cost of seeing the Liberano's out of my face and off of the comfortable fur rug I helped buy -PRICELESS!!

Posted by: jema54j | 2005-11-28 11:25:01 PM


How are you putting the blame for this election on Martin? It was the Conservatives, NDP & the BQ that called for the no confidence vote, not the Liberals.

Posted by: Arun Kumar | 2005-12-01 6:32:33 PM



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