Ottawa ON— With growing calls for a national dental plan, Erin O’Toole has delivered. He announced an innovative plan that would see Canadians receive tax credits on soft, gum friendly foods such as pudding and oatmeal.
The 36-page plan includes a list of hundreds of puddings from Banana to Yorkshire and even delves into offshoots of pudding such as Jello.
The Conservative Party of Canada recognizes that more and more Canadians cannot afford dental care and they want to make sure that they are getting foods that are easy to chew once the teeth completely rot away.
Critics of the plan have already noticed some problems with the plan most notably that there is no mention of broth anywhere in the 36 pages. Some people don’t want to eat sugary puddings anymore especially after seeing what it did to their teeth so a soup option would be a nice addition.
O’Toole made it clear that the list could still be updated if he were elected but was adamant that mashed potatoes would not be added to the list which was another common concern. He told them that with the money you would get back on your taxes from this plan, you will be able to buy a big bag of potatoes on your own and then some. When you combine this plan with Walmart’s 4 for $5.00 snack pack price, you will really start seeing the savings in your bank account.
Your move Liberals.