posted by Anonymous .
We are doing this party thing in Socials class. And my party is the NDP party, so we'll be asked questions from the Conservatives and Liberals. I have to advise the leader on stuff. But I don't know what to say. I'm just supposed to whisper stuff into my leader's ear if they get stuck on a question, but I really don't know what to say. If someone asks us why are we raising taxes, exactly what should I say? we are raising taxes because we want to use those taxes toward education for the poor, etc. What other questions may we be asked?
- Socials - Ms. Sue
We will raise the education tax credit from $4,800 per year to $5,760 per year to help with increasing education costs.
It should have been to help with decreasing education costs. Otherwise, I don't really see a benefit.
If a person gets a tax credit then he keeps more money.
Education costs are not decreasing; the are increasing.
Keep reading and reading.