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I think it is safe to assume that removing the carbon tax will be a policy position. Maybe we might see some GST manipulation on certain things as well. What I don’t like as much though are the boutique tax credits that Harper was known for.
Loosening gun laws. That will also likely be a policy position as well. Just don’t sell it as a « loosening ». O’Toole was weak on that and was the beginning of the end for him after he messed that up during that debate. Call it firearm reform or something. My point isn’t to criticize how you framed it HT, I know what you are meaning. But it reinforces my point that gun laws are tough sells and how it gets framed and presented will be a challenge for the CPC. The current legislation is bad legislation, on that I agree but the CPC will need to tread lightly.
Electoral reform. Not so sure that will be there. I haven’t heard too much rumblings from the CPC about that.
You’ll likely get your 2/3rds.
I get ya. And I was already thinking I could have worded loosening gun laws better. Fair points.
I am hoping for further tax reductions beyond just the carbon tax. But I also view things like income tax as theft, I will admit my biases.