“The seniors are telling me, ‘I want to be healthy. I want to be active in my life,’” Mr. Chopra told MPs. “They want to be living fuller lives.”So that's what I've been missing to live a fuller, happier life -- a two block (at least) daily walk to pick up my mail.
And while we're at it, maybe the city can dig a community well at the mailboxes too, so it won't have to raise our taxes anymore to fix any deteriorating water lines.
Because after all, it's not a government's job to provide Canadians with actual services we need, like mail delivery. (Or to feed hungry children either.) No, its the government's job to keep its services from becoming a burden on taxpayers. And the easiest way to do that is to stop providing the services!
And then I can get even healthier if I have to use my little red wagon to pick up our water every day while I'm getting the mail -- that's whole body exercise right there.
And firewood, don't forget firewood. Maybe we could pick that up, too.
Who needs natural gas heating at home when we can warm up by trudging through the rain or sleet or hail or snow to pick up everything we need, just like the pioneers did.
Maybe my husband and I can dig an outhouse in the back, and we could raise some chickens in the shed, too.
Thanks so much, Canada Post and Mr. Chopra, for giving Canadians the opportunity to experience the 18th century all over again.
.@mayzee01 @JohnOCAP Uber-bourgeois Chopra: Cuts are for the seniors' (and no doubt disabled people's) own good. Overfed, overpaid wretch.
— Dr.Dawg (@DrDawg) December 19, 2013