Comment 29197

By JonC (registered) | Posted February 28, 2009 at 11:40:40

So you don't consider individuals as part of the private sector? The Government of Canada does consider them part of the private sector and that's why consumption undertaken by non governmental sources is termed "private" and not "government consumption".

Words have different meaning in different context. But on top of that you are calling 'private' the same as 'private sector'. The municipalities do not count residential taxes as private sector taxes.

So even in your magical land where reducing property taxes to 1% cures cancer and feeds the homeless


to answer your question: What I meant was that you make no sense.

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