Canadian gov't economists insist that stats on collapsing middle class mean just the opposite


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I am confident the censored sections contained delicate military secrets. Agents' lives may be in jeopardy if their names are revealed.


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Sounds like the hired economists from the Fraser Insitute to cook the books.


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No, probably not. The Tories have been systematically suppressing any civil servants who don't toe the line. Telling the Masters what they want to hear is a career survival trait, even more so than in previous governments.


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"Class mobility" is sales pitch that conservatives trot out to justify the existence of the hyper-rich.

With enough moxy and gumption, damnit, you might make it, too!


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"There is no second wave of women, spouses, entering the workforce," said New Democrat MP Nathan Cullen, the opposition's finance critic.

No second wave? I thought that's what children were for.


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Yeah, you're right, it's just that you don't usually get such creative reimaginings of the data coming from someone other than them.


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Dear Canada,
You seem to be acting up a lot recently, and behaving like your cousin Australia, and we just want you to know that you don't need to elect a bunch of idiots to get our attention, we'll still love you anyway.
Love
the rest of the Commonwealth.


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