Are Conservative tax breaks better than receiving handouts from the back of a soup truck?
And is that really a basket of soup being unloaded from that soup truck? And since when does soup come in a basket?
Soooo many questions.
The image below appears on the Government of Canada's Canada.ca website under a section labelled "Government of Canada activities and initiatives." It's supposed to highlight government priorities, but more often than not just links to Stephen Harper's 24/Seven promo videos -- and various tax goodies the Conservative government wants to remind you about.
The tab labelled "It's Tax Time!" links to a page on Canada.ca listing the Canada Revenue Agency's various tax credits:
What the heck? What is the message intended with this image on the govt's tax savings link on canada.ca? pic.twitter.com/OWwr5x5tF0— Juliet O'Neill (@JulietONeill) March 4, 2015
We're not sure, but the enigmatic image appears to show a basket of food being unloaded from the back of a soup truck. Presumably, the basket is filled with soup. However, it also sort of looks like it could be a bushel of corn.
What do you see going on here?