November 15, 2010
Prime Minister should look at facts on income trusts: reader
Re: “The false arguments that led to the tax on income trusts,” (The Hill Times, Nov. 8, p. 24). This article points out that our Prime Minister was led by opinion and not by fact. That makes me wonder if that is the way a country should be run. If there is no concrete evidence to back up their decisions what does that leave? The more we delay getting back to the income trust model the more our country will suffer from real tax loss. Income trusts were healthy choices for investors. They were a way for our country to grow.
Now the corporations will take over and the excess funds will go to the corporate leaders instead of the share holders. How will that create new jobs? How will that help Canada? How will that help the investor to support him/herself? Prime Minister Stephen Harper needs to look at the facts. We will respect him for that. Forgiveness is possible. It is his choice.
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Posted by Brent Fullard at 1:45 PM