We have two economic choices this fall: Stockpile fiscal firepower for the next recession or lower daycare costs
Andrew Scheer now says he’d need two terms to balance the budget, rather than two years, and the broken promise is all the Prime Minister’s fault.
“When I became leader, he was only a year into his deficit spree,” Scheer said at around the 12-minute mark of a speech to the Canadian Club in Vancouver on May 24. “Since that time, his spending has become even more reckless,” the Opposition leader continued. “All of this has made it impossible for anyone to immediately and responsibly balance the budget in the very short term. Even the most optimistic projections don’t have the Liberals balancing the budget for 20 years, meaning the Liberals would add to the debt every year for the next two decades.”
The most optimistic projections have become a lot more optimistic since Scheer delivered that speech.
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