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  • The use of inducements...
    November 15, 2012 - 07:51

    The use of inducements to potentially encourage the misuse of power could eventually lead to ruin. That’s why the public depends on governments to prevent corruption. “Cost over runs” in business or household projects is a matter for the family or business concerned. In government however, “cost over runs” could be symptomatic of corruption which has much more widespread and far-reaching effects. That’s why we have independent, non-partisan agencies like Elections Canada, to help keep governments in check. Do you see any difference between a household, a business and a government now Peter?

  • Peter FromUpAway
    November 14, 2012 - 12:33

    No matter how much one spends on signs, the people decide who to vote for and who they want as an MP. Honestly, a couple of thousand of dollars either way does not influence the vote. All these calls for him to reisgn is just the Liberals (backed by the NDP) thorwing a temper tantrum because they lost.

    • david
      November 14, 2012 - 13:48

      You know what kind of people are dissmissive of a mere "few thousand dollars" of curruption? The ones who themselves are so corrupt, on the take, or paid off under the table, to whom "a few thousand dollars" is a laughably insignificant rounding error. Please take your Penashue bagman "ethics" and go back to the political scumhole you came from.

    • Peter FromUpAway
      November 14, 2012 - 18:03

      @David: Ever hear of cost over runs? They innocently happen in virtually every government, business or household project. This is no different.

    • david
      November 16, 2012 - 19:04

      You are a complete and utter fool if you think I am such a complete and utter fool. or you're just a bad P.P. spin nurse (doctor is far above your skill level).