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Jan 2, 2018 | 20:31 1 Then geez how much would a Regular Conservative be in debt ?? Lol
So sask is now in over 15.2 Billion to the end of 2018 and with the projected 3 More deficit after this we'll be staring at we'll over 20 Billion.
Every Conservative Candidate I heard Claimed to be a Fiscal Conservative , where were they when the goofy decisions were made to Pillage the bank account ? Reply With Quote
Jan 2, 2018 | 22:29 2 They are just trying to keep up with the rest of the conservative crowd, then hand it over to the next gov who is unlucky enough to be elected. Reply With Quote
Jan 2, 2018 | 22:33 3 Ya it's a sad situation. The only play they have is if oil goes up. They have absolutely no plan other than sell everything off. If a farmer did that like they re doing you'd be done and labelled an idiot. Yet many still following like sheep without demanding better. And no this isn't an Ndp endorsement. But this is the time for crowds and I mean crowds to gather at the sask party meetings and demand a change demand better. There isn't anything there that will do anything better. Ask yourself which ones of those didn't know all the crap that's been going on? Have they said anything? The only one that did early on all of a sudden had to leave the race. I'd. Like to know why?? Reply With Quote
Jan 3, 2018 | 02:37 4 What's going to really be hard to take is if the NDP get in and become fiscally conservative like good old Roy was, because I know rural Saskatchewan is going to feel the majority of the pain when it comes to cutbacks. Perhaps some equalization will solve all our problems.

Say goodbye to sasks portion of agri-invest.
Say hello to ever increasing mill rates, especially the education portion as funding will be again offloaded onto land owners.
Say goodbye to any rural infrastructure investment.
Say hello to PST on all AG purchases.
Say hello to Ducks Unlimited setting drainage law.
Say goodbye to anything progressive being done in regards to water.

If the NDP get elected they will try their best to balance the budget, but it will be on the backs of farmers.
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Jan 3, 2018 | 08:37 5 Wheat king ,ARE the NDP in Power? No, so let's not give the Govt that IS IN POWER a free ride by Saying "oh well things could be worse if ndp were in"

The Only resource that has brought stable income to the govt coffers has been Agriculture but you'd never know it. God we don't even have a decent sask Ag website anymore. We Need to take this govt to task on the Mismanagent of the province.

People don't realize How much debt has been built up in a Boom era when savings SHOULD have been accumulating Reply With Quote
Jan 3, 2018 | 08:55 6 Good points mustard....I can't argue your logic....


The guys that are conservative should be asking the tough questions of their beloved saskparty mlas....Greg brkich was kind enough to tell me to "fuck off" because he was too stupid to make sure he had hung up the phone as he mumbled.....then when called out about it he lied about it and put it on me for misunderstanding his words....I understand "fuck off" very well...
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Jan 3, 2018 | 08:59 7 Wheatking who's paying for the debt that's building and on a runaway path as we speak? These aren't low oil prices and we re spiralling to the bottom??? Ask yourself why.
theyll probably get elected again because of the ones they bought off in the cities and the farmers who can't put their pride in their pocket and ask the tough questions and demand we stop getting shot on in exchange for the vote. Reply With Quote
Jan 3, 2018 | 09:02 8 Someone tell me how is the debt spiralling out of control as it is? How can this be? We re paying more As farmers so who's not paying their share???
And don't say it's the welfare people etc because that's been reduced also. Who in terms of big numbers is not paying for this big expansion? Reply With Quote
SASKFARMER3's Avatar Jan 3, 2018 | 09:11 9 Who the mighty NDP in Alberta at 80 billion

Or shit hole Manitoba under the NDP with over 30

But let’s get excited in sask that our debt is going up in a bad last few years a bit.

Bring back the NDP

Some of you have no clue they will gut rural sask

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Jan 3, 2018 | 09:26 10 The sask party has not been kind to farmers. ....

Taxing Insurance premiums while offering gifts to relocate oil companies....

Eliminating fuel tax while still driving the shit roads....so I am still paying taxes on my vehicle repairs and the fuel tax to boot...

Driving everywhere for health care because they refuse to put a doctor in the local hospital. ...

I am not convinced to vote for the ndp but the saskparty is running a good campaign for the ndp....because the policies are not that much different.


I also don't care for any party naming the new premier by party vote....I think it's the citizens of this province to make that decision...

I know the ndp did it as well...

What's the difference between being broke and little to no money and skimping by with the ndp.....or having a big blowout party and being sent the bill from the saskparty.....
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SASKFARMER3's Avatar Jan 3, 2018 | 10:43 11 I would of just lived to see what would the books be like if Brad retired last election and let the NDP win like Alberta did

It would be 45 billion in debt and nothing left in rural sask bit civil servants work force big and lets bring in a carbon tax and pave highways 5 miles either. Side of cities and in from borders Reply With Quote
Jan 3, 2018 | 10:45 12 Maybe fiscal conservatives live by the motto, "If I am broke when I die, I broke even". Reply With Quote
Jan 3, 2018 | 15:49 13
Quote Originally Posted by sumdumguy View Post
Maybe fiscal conservatives live by the motto, "If I am broke when I die, I broke even".
Lol yes that sounds about right Reply With Quote
SASKFARMER3's Avatar Jan 3, 2018 | 16:57 14 I just love you NDP supporters your so smart when your in opposition but once elected follow the labour unions and do what they want.

Not once has a socialist NDP gov do a good job anywhere it ran the province. Reply With Quote
Jan 3, 2018 | 17:01 15 The Alberta NDP will add $32 billion over the next 2 years and your complaining about the debt the Sask party is adding? Having said that a true Conservative party should be more fiscally responsible! Reply With Quote
Jan 3, 2018 | 17:49 16 I wonder what everyone is going to say when people start getting charged for their actions??

Truduea should be charged for conflict of interest amongst other things but what about getting free shares from companies you give tax breaks to set up business in your province??? Holy crap. Reply With Quote
Jan 4, 2018 | 06:58 17
Quote Originally Posted by SASKFARMER3 View Post
I just love you NDP supporters your so smart when your in opposition but once elected follow the labour unions and do what they want.

Not once has a socialist NDP gov do a good job anywhere it ran the province.
Thank you SF3 for telling it like it is!. The NDP will put us back in the dark ages , AGAIN, and it is high time some people in this province wake up and realize it! Reply With Quote
Jan 4, 2018 | 08:22 18
Quote Originally Posted by GALAXIE500 View Post
Thank you SF3 for telling it like it is!. The NDP will put us back in the dark ages , AGAIN, and it is high time some people in this province wake up and realize it!
If The ndp could balance the books when oil was at $30 barrel
Why do These guys need 100/ barrel ? Reply With Quote