understanding Hudak's job plan poll


View Poll Results: Do you know what Hudak's plan to create jobs is?
Yes 1 11.11%
No 8 88.89%
Voters: 9. You may not vote on this poll

Count_Lothian
+2 / -1
#1
Well it's only a couple of days left and according to Hudak he is the ONLY one with a platform about jobs.

Yes he has said the words jobs, good jobs , a million job promise, not part time jobs, but what of the plan to create them?

Not one solitary sentence on the subject of how these million jobs will occur has come from his lips.

So at this point of the election , do you as a voter have any idea how he is going to create them.

Is this just a complete empty political promise?

At least Wynn has a plan, gave everyone a budget with some concrete reality.

So I ask you , how many understand and know how Hudak is going to accomplish this miracle?

I would at this point settle for an inkling from the man. Just an inkling.

If you vote yes can you at least explain to us the job plan.

\I'll settle for a vague inkling from the man's mouth, do you have one?
 
Nuggler
+2 / -1
#2
I'm no farmer, but having been on this forum for many years, I know bullsh*t when I see it.

Hooodat's plan looks and smells something similar.

"Jumping Jack" will no doubt be along shortly to call you "Dave" and dismiss anything you say.

But still, Hoodat's non plan...........unadulterated cow flop.
 
Walter
+3 / -3
#3  Top Rated Post
Hudak's plan is to allow the private sector to create jobs and for gubmint to get out of the way; works every time.
 
Nuggler
+3 / -1
#4
Quote: Originally Posted by WalterView Post

Hudak's plan is to allow the private sector to create jobs and for gubmint to get out of the way; works every time.

You're not evil Wally, just delusional. Get some help.
 
taxslave
No Party Affiliation
+1
#5
Quote: Originally Posted by WalterView Post

Hudak's plan is to allow the private sector to create jobs and for gubmint to get out of the way; works every time.

That will make the leftys cry in their beer.
 
relic
Free Thinker
+3 / -1
#6
And what countrys are these workers going to be from, I'll bet money they won't be high paying, full time jobs. You goomers believe hoodat ? I have a pretty bridge you will just love.
 
taxslave
No Party Affiliation
+1
#7
Quote: Originally Posted by relicView Post

And what countrys are these workers going to be from, I'll bet money they won't be high paying, full time jobs. You goomers believe hoodat ? I have a pretty bridge you will just love.

I just happen to have need of a bridge. Can you deliver?
 
IdRatherBeSkiing
+1
#8
Regardless of if he creates 1 job or not, it still beats a forced pension plan (should I just say TAX) on both employees and employers under Wynn. Not to mention that Wynn is on course to bankrupt the province.

But keep drinking to Kool Aid Count.
 
lone wolf
Free Thinker
+1
#9
One recycling truck No tarp. Voila! A million jobs
 
Count_Lothian
#10
Quote: Originally Posted by IdRatherBeSkiingView Post

Regardless of if he creates 1 job or not, it still beats a forced pension plan (should I just say TAX) on both employees and employers under Wynn. Not to mention that Wynn is on course to bankrupt the province.

But keep drinking to Kool Aid Count.

The amount of Tax you talk about is a pittance compared to the wealth it will bring to the elderly living in poverty.
That wealth might be pennies to some, but wealth for an elderly person trying to live on what the bare minimum is now.

It's next to impossible to live a decent old age on the basic income afforded the elderly now.

I notice no one voted yes and explained the job plan.

There is honesty here at CC, thank you.
 
IdRatherBeSkiing
#11
Quote: Originally Posted by Count_LothianView Post

The amount of Tax you talk about is a pittance compared to the wealth it will bring to the elderly living in poverty.
That wealth might be pennies to some, but wealth for an elderly person trying to live on what the bare minimum is now.

It's next to impossible to live a decent old age on the basic income afforded the elderly now.

I notice no one voted yes and explained the job plan.

There is honesty here at CC, thank you.

There was no poll there earlier and I have corrected that.

My understanding it will be their own tax dollars which will no doubt be taxed against them when they try to use it.
 
Count_Lothian
+1
#12
Quote: Originally Posted by IdRatherBeSkiingView Post

Regardless of if he creates 1 job or not, it still beats a forced pension plan (should I just say TAX) on both employees and employers under Wynn. Not to mention that Wynn is on course to bankrupt the province.

But keep drinking to Kool Aid Count.

Quote: Originally Posted by IdRatherBeSkiingView Post

There was no poll there earlier and I have corrected that.

My understanding it will be their own tax dollars which will no doubt be taxed against them when they try to use it.

So you voted yes you understand how Hudak is going to create these one million jobs.
So can you share this knowledge with the forum. What did hudak say about how he was going to do this.
Or do you want to talk about wynn and her plan for our retirement, which will only really affect the poor at the end of the day.
 
IdRatherBeSkiing
+1
#13
Quote: Originally Posted by Count_LothianView Post

Or do you want to talk about wynn and her plan for our retirement, which will only really affect the poor at the end of the day.

This is my preference. It will affect me, a middle class taxpayer, as I will have money robbed from me supposedly for my benifit later but in reality a hedge because they know the Government of Ontario will be bankrupted by them by then and I will have to support myself.

Plus it is an additional expense on employers which makes employment more difficult.

I understand the principal of Hudak's plan. Has a better shot at creating jobs than Wynn's tax and spend approach. I don't think anybody will create a million jobs. Wynn may lose close to that.
 
Count_Lothian
#14
Quote: Originally Posted by IdRatherBeSkiingView Post

This is my preference. It will affect me, a middle class taxpayer, as I will have money robbed from me supposedly for my benifit later but in reality a hedge because they know the Government of Ontario will be bankrupted by them by then and I will have to support myself.

Plus it is an additional expense on employers which makes employment more difficult.

I understand the principal of Hudak's plan. Has a better shot at creating jobs than Wynn's tax and spend approach. I don't think anybody will create a million jobs. Wynn may lose close to that.

So your preference is go off topic and talk about something other.
Even though you voted yes or alluded to it as I see it.

So what is the principals of hudak's plan according to Hudak?
You seem to be dealing one blank after the other.

Well this is the point I try to make. People actually do not know but defend that they do know.

Who are these people?

I mean it's right here in type , before this poster's eyes. his writing.

You don't know , yet you say you understand the principals of a man who has not giving one iota of explanation or any principles .

Unbelievable. God help us.
 
IdRatherBeSkiing
#15
Quote: Originally Posted by Count_LothianView Post

So your preference is go off topic and talk about something other.
Even though you voted yes or alluded to it as I see it.

So what is the principals of hudak's plan according to Hudak?
You seem to be dealing one blank after the other.

Well this is the point I try to make. People actually do not know but defend that they do know.

Who are these people?

I mean it's right here in type , before this poster's eyes. his writing.

You don't know , yet you say you understand the principals of a man who has not giving one iota of explanation or any principles .

Unbelievable. God help us.

I am not sure what is in front of your eyes ... or even whose eyes those may be for that matter ... but I wouldn't trust it. You appear a tad delusional. I hear that is a side effect of the Lieberal Kool Aid. I hear they use lead pitchers.
 
Count_Lothian
#16
Quote: Originally Posted by IdRatherBeSkiingView Post

This is my preference. It will affect me, a middle class taxpayer, as I will have money robbed from me supposedly for my benifit later but in reality a hedge because they know the Government of Ontario will be bankrupted by them by then and I will have to support myself.

Plus it is an additional expense on employers which makes employment more difficult.

I understand the principal of Hudak's plan. Has a better shot at creating jobs than Wynn's tax and spend approach. I don't think anybody will create a million jobs. Wynn may lose close to that.

Quote: Originally Posted by IdRatherBeSkiingView Post

I am not sure what is in front of your eyes ... or even whose eyes those may be for that matter ... but I wouldn't trust it. You appear a tad delusional. I hear that is a side effect of the Lieberal Kool Aid. I hear they use lead pitchers.

You talk of koolaid and deflect from the topic and questions at hand here ,and call me delusional.

I am voting NDP. She is the only honest choice.
I doubt if she destroys the province.
I cannot vote for these con people. I have voted C mostly in the past and sometimes Liberal. Your trying to decide who and what I am is becoming an Olympic event here.

You said you corrected the poll and a yes appeared was that you?
 
gore0bsessed
+2
#17
Hudak is a bot and his owner hasn't programmed an actual plan into his code yet.
 
IdRatherBeSkiing
#18
Quote: Originally Posted by Count_LothianView Post

You talk of koolaid and deflect from the topic and questions at hand here ,and call me delusional.

I am voting NDP. She is the only honest choice.
I doubt if she destroys the province.
I cannot vote for these con people. I have voted C mostly in the past and sometimes Liberal. Your trying to decide who and what I am is becoming an Olympic event here.

You said you corrected the poll and a yes appeared was that you?

I can respect your choice to vote NDP. I am sure she would do no worse than Bob Rae.

My vote is primarily an anti-Wynn one with IMHO Hudak being the best choice.
 
Walter
#19
Quote: Originally Posted by Count_LothianView Post

The amount of Tax you talk about is a pittance compared to the wealth it will bring to the elderly living in poverty.
That wealth might be pennies to some, but wealth for an elderly person trying to live on what the bare minimum is now.

It's next to impossible to live a decent old age on the basic income afforded the elderly now.

I notice no one voted yes and explained the job plan.

There is honesty here at CC, thank you.

What did the old folks do with their money while thy were young? Do they not have children? Just askin.

Plan was explained in post #3.
 
lone wolf
Free Thinker
+1
#20
...about as good an explanation as the "pixie dust" theory
 
Walter
-1
#21
Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

...about as good an explanation as the "pixie dust" theory

This "pixie dust" works brilliantly every time it is tried.
 
lone wolf
Free Thinker
+1 / -1
#22
Do you fly it in from Columbia?
 
eh1eh
+3 / -1
#23
Quote: Originally Posted by WalterView Post

Hudak's plan is to allow the private sector to create jobs and for gubmint to get out of the way; works every time.

The private sector has always been 'allowed' to create jobs.
Do you think they aren't because a right winged weeny hasn't said to yet?
 
Sal
No Party Affiliation
+2
#24
Quote: Originally Posted by Count_LothianView Post

Well it's only a couple of days left and according to Hudak he is the ONLY one with a platform about jobs.

Yes he has said the words jobs, good jobs , a million job promise, not part time jobs, but what of the plan to create them?

Not one solitary sentence on the subject of how these million jobs will occur has come from his lips.

So at this point of the election , do you as a voter have any idea how he is going to create them.

Is this just a complete empty political promise?

At least Wynn has a plan, gave everyone a budget with some concrete reality.

So I ask you , how many understand and know how Hudak is going to accomplish this miracle?

I would at this point settle for an inkling from the man. Just an inkling.

If you vote yes can you at least explain to us the job plan.

\I'll settle for a vague inkling from the man's mouth, do you have one?

which of the three clowns should I vote for.........hm......I work in the public sector so Hudak can kiss my azz...he presented really badly with the job cut coming first...any idiot who could not predict how this would affect teachers etc doesn't deserve to lead.... I hope he gets in with a minority...BUT sure as hell don't want any of them in with a majority....

can't decide yet if I am spoiling my ballot or going 3 or 4th party...

libs and cons...are out for me this time around

Quote: Originally Posted by WalterView Post

Hudak's plan is to allow the private sector to create jobs and for gubmint to get out of the way; works every time.

how's that pension of yours Walter?
 
Walter
-1
#25
Quote: Originally Posted by SalView Post

how's that pension of yours Walter?

Wonderful.
 
petros
#26
Hudak can't create work in a market too expensive to operate in. Wynn is a loser and the NDP want unicorn farms.

My advice to ON voters......

Rent a UHaul and never look back.
 
Count_Lothian
#27
Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

Hudak can't create work in a market too expensive to operate in.

Things made in Canada will always be superior to those made in China. Then there is a plethora of services we perform .
You need to understand the broader perspective and know what exactly is being produced and serviced in Ontario.



Quote:

Wynn is a loser

She is far more a clever person than you will ever dream of being. Who are you to diss her? What exactly do you think you are?

The Liberals have worked their miracles in this province and this country. So have the past Conservatives.
Who are you to even wipe their shoes?



Quote:

and the NDP want unicorn farms.

That made me laugh , but you have to understand the Canadian ideal and what we as real Canadians stand for.
Many NDP ideals reflect what we are made of. So many of their ideas are now part and parcel to what we are, Petros.

Many of their platforms were adopted by Liberals and Conservatives in the past. They are part and parcel to what we are as Canadians, petros

Quote:

My advice to ON voters......

Rent a UHaul and never look back.

I'll leave out the insult towards this nothing comment.
 
petros
+1
#28
Lmfao
 
Nuggler
+1
#29
Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

Lmfao


Really ?

You want debate, and to "make people think", and the best you can do is "lmfao".
 
DaSleeper
#30
Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

Hudak can't create work in a market too expensive to operate in. Wynn is a loser and the NDP want unicorn farms.

My advice to ON voters......

Rent a UHaul and never look back.

Alberta is to expensive for a guy on a pension......
 
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