The wheels on the bus go round and round….

The wheels on the bus go round and round, round and round, round and round. The wheels on the bus go round and round and round…..

Check out some of the content in David Alward’s commentary today in the TJ:

Our dependency on equalization payments from the federal government is also rising, despite the Graham government’s talk about moving New Brunswick away from relying on these payments. Didn’t they also go up every year under Premier Lord?

Our province needs an economic stimulus package to help get the economy moving, across the board tax reductions to help families and businesses, easier access to retirement funds to help New Brunswickers have access to the cash they need, better home-heating assistance to help New Brunswickers make it through the winter and non-partisan co-operation between political and business leaders so that we can develop and implement the best ideas to help New Brunswickers weather this economic storm.

Across the board tax reductions. Sigh.

On Monday, Mr. Alward will host a non-partisan roundtable discussion of the economy.

Non-partisan roundtable. I wonder if that means it will be made of plastic? The table, I mean.