It's Climate Change I tell'ya!! IT'S CLIMATE CHANGE!!


Ron in Regina
+4
#1201
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

Ontario: Late winter storm threatens 20+ cm, potent lake-effect follows
Didn't the Ground hog guarantee early Climate change this spring?

That groundhog is going to get his grant funding yanked if he doesn’t Tow the Line.
 
captain morgan
+3
#1202
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

Ontario: Late winter storm threatens 20+ cm, potent lake-effect follows

Didn't the Ground hog guarantee early Climate change this spring?


Maybe this groundhog is more a climate changey guy
 
spilledthebeer
+1
#1203
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

The further Islam spreads the worse Climate Change® gets.




TRUE DAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!


Your observation is truly weird............................


and yet it is WEIRDLY TRUE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
petros
+3
#1204
 
taxslave
+2
#1205
So nothing unusual. The truthers are going to be so upset.
 
Twin_Moose
+4
#1206
We have to know who is financing studies that go against the Climate change narrative

Regina professor takes university to court over research funding information

Interesting that Emily Eaton, who teaches in the university's geography and environmental studies department, didn't disclose where her funding is coming from
 
captain morgan
+3
#1207
Another entitled leftie ecotard.


See how fast her funding proposals for enviro studies dries-up from the public sector
 
Twin_Moose
+3
#1208
Ontario: Intense snow squalls will bring whiteout conditions into Saturday

Quote:

Though potent system that brought significant snow to southern Ontario will have tracked out of Ontario by Friday morning, lake-effect snow squalls will bring several more bursts of snow to much of the region until Saturday. A blizzard warning has been issued for Grey-Bruce and is bringing life-threatening travel conditions. More on the timing and impact of this late winter wallop, below.
WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS
Bands of lake-effect snow will persist into Saturday with the threat for dangerous whiteouts at times
Keep track of active weather alerts in your area

 
Twin_Moose
+3
#1209
Hey Hoid was this you?

Toronto area man calls 911 over slow snow plows
 
Mowich
+3
#1210
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

We have to know who is financing studies that go against the Climate change narrative

Regina professor takes university to court over research funding information

Interesting that Emily Eaton, who teaches in the university's geography and environmental studies department, didn't disclose where her funding is coming from

Dr Emily Eaton is the one taking the U of R to court, TM because it won't disclose where the funding comes from.
 
Twin_Moose
+4
#1211
Quote: Originally Posted by Mowich View Post

Dr Emily Eaton is the one taking the U of R to court, TM because it won't disclose where the funding comes from.

Yep, but at the same time she isn't disclosing where she is getting her financing from for her environmental studies
 
captain morgan
+3
#1212
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

Yep, but at the same time she isn't disclosing where she is getting her financing from for her environmental studies


Chances are that she isn't getting any funding from private sources and that this is the underlying anger that she harbors
 
Twin_Moose
+5
#1213
Get off my fracking land! Furious farmer sprays MANURE at Oscar winning actress Emma Thompson
 
Durry
+4
#1214
This letter from Fort St. John mayor Lori Ackerman is also
posted on the city's website here.

“USA stops importing Canadian oil and gas”

That is not a current headline but it could be. What would happen to our economy if it was?

I would like to talk to you about energy, pipelines and our natural resources.

I am a mum and a grandma and I have lived in the north all my life. I am also the Mayor of Fort St. John – right smack in the middle of one of the world’s largest
supplies of oil and gas. I live in a region surrounded by pipelines, wells, hydraulic fracturing (fracking) sites and canola and wheat fields. I have eaten the food we grow here and I drink our water. I understand what it takes to extract our natural resources
and what it takes to protect our environment. I live it.

I don’t want to try to convince you of anything but I would like to share with you what I know to be true. I strongly encourage you to do some of your own research.

Learn more than what you read in a tweet or a Facebook post. I have added some links to reliable resources below for you.

Where does the petroleum we all use every day come from? Canada has some of the largest petroleum resources in the world and yet Canada imports 634,000 barrels
of crude oil from foreign countries every single day.

That is $26 billion of oil imports every year that we could have supplied to ourselves.

That product arrives in tankers and is transported to where it needs to go by truck and train right through our communities. And yet we don’t want our own product
to flow in pipelines to our communities for our own use or to our ports so we can export it? That just makes no sense at all to me.

So let’s talk about pipelines. I know pipelines are a safe, cost-efficient means of oil and natural gas transportation and emit fewer greenhouse gases than alternate
transportation methods.

Canada has 830,000 kilometers of pipelines. Three million barrels of crude oil is transported safely every single day. B.C. has over 43,000 kilometers of pipelines.
If we took that oil out of the pipelines, we would need 4,200 rail cars to move it. How many of those cars would you like rolling through your community?

Between 2002 and 2015, 99.9995% of liquid was transported through our pipelines safely. You probably spill more when you fill up at the gas station.

I understand you don’t want tankers floating down our beautiful B.C. coast. But did you know the USA has been shipping up to 600,000 barrels a day of crude from
Alaska to the Puget Sound through the Salish Sea for the last 20 years?

Did you know that B.C. has a Tanker Exclusion Zone that has been respected for years? That zone stipulates that full tankers must travel on the west side of the
zone but those that are not transporting goods can stay inside the protective zone.

Other than one natural gas pipeline, Vancouver Island receives all of their petroleum by barge every day. I don’t remember ever hearing anyone complain about that.
According to Transport Canada over 197,000 vessels arrived or departed from west coast ports in 2015--1,487 of them were tankers. 400,000 barrels of crude oil is safely transported off the B.C. coast every single day. Sooo…I think we are OK there.

Emissions? 80% of the emissions associated with fossil fuels are generated in their combustion – not their extraction and transportation. If you want to do something
about our reliance on fossil fuels then address the demand for them not the transportation of them. Change starts with consumers not industry.

A large part of the demand for fossil fuels in B.C. is transportation. 33% of our fossil fuels are used to operate cars, trucks, planes, trains and ferries. If
we switched all of that over to electricity we would need not just one Site C dam but 15 of them. Which communities do you want to flood to provide the energy for your electric cars?

Remember I live 7 km from Site C dam so I have a pretty good understanding of them.

I love this quote from Blair King, an environmental scientist and writer:

“We live in a world where all the work we do to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions in B.C. can be undone with the flick of a pen in China or India. No matter what
we do, those developing countries are going to get electrical power to their populations – if not with LNG, then with coal; and if not with B.C. LNG, then with lower-intensity (read: dirtier) LNG from one of our competitors. In both cases the end result is
higher global GHG emissions than if B.C. LNG was used.”

He is telling us to look outside our province and see the impact we can have on GHGs on our planet. Our LNG is cleaner than the stuff already on the market because
our regulations are tougher and we emit far less GHGs in our production than in other countries. Our natural gas industry is committed to continuous improvement.

I understand that you are concerned about safety. I am too. In Canada we have some of the strictest safety requirements in the world. Canada’s oil and gas producers
are continuously improving the safety of their operations and transportation of their products.

Emergency Response Plans are customized for each community, covering key areas such as public safety, protection of community infrastructure, and a clear plan of
action with local emergency responders. And we have the B.C. Oil and Gas Commission to oversee B.C. projects and the National Energy Board oversees the larger multi-jurisdictional projects.

The Oil and Gas Commission is our provincial agency responsible for regulating oil and gas activities in British Columbia including exploration, development, pipeline
transportation and reclamation.

Core responsibilities include reviewing and assessing applications for proposed industry activities, engaging with First Nations, cooperating with partner agencies,
and ensuring industry complies with provincial legislation and all regulatory requirements.

International delegations come to B.C., as world leaders, to learn how we have partnered environmental protection with resource extraction. I think the Oil and
Gas Commission does a good job of protecting the interests of citizens.

Many of you have concerns about the rights of our Indigenous Peoples. I will not speak for them but I will provide you with a quote from Stephen Buffalo, president
and CEO of the Indian Resource Council:

“I think industry is now willing to be a partner (with First Nations). They want to come with the First Nations together. We are depending on these pipelines for
the success of the Canadian economy.”

Here is
the link to the full article.

So let’s talk about the economy. B.C.’s energy sector offers some of the largest provincial economic opportunities in a generation. It is estimated that, in 2010,
11.2% of the provincial exports came from the natural resource sector. That was over $21 billion worth.

Canada’s oil and natural gas sector contributes $1.5 billion to the provincial government but it is estimated that it could go as high as $2.4 billion per year.
This is money for health care, education and infrastructure. The resource sector is the foundational stone upon which the B.C. economy was built, and it is as important today as ever.

440,000 Canadians are employed because of the oil and gas sector. A recent study by Philip Cross, former chief economic analyst at Statistics Canada, shows the
huge economic value of the natural resource industry in B.C., and in particular the Lower Mainland. The report demonstrates that over 55 percent of resource-related jobs and income (direct, indirect and induced) flow to the Lower Mainland.

This means those workers contribute to our economy by renting or buying homes, buying groceries, enjoying a quality life and shopping their local businesses.

Let’s lead the world in resource extraction, continuous improvements and long term planning.

Let’s be leaders in reliable and renewable energy development.

Let’s support Canadian industry and stop buying foreign oil.

Let’s grow our economy by meeting our domestic needs and exporting our abundant resources.

Let’s live well now and in the future.

Thank you for taking the time to be an informed citizen.

Sincerely,

Lori Ackerman

Mayor of the City of Fort St. John
 
Mowich
+5
#1215
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

Get off my fracking land! Furious farmer sprays MANURE at Oscar winning actress Emma Thompson


Now that's the way to treat trespassers. It could also be a grand way of treating illegal blockaders - bring out the manure spreaders and throw some shit back in their faces.
 
Mowich
+1
#1216
Quote: Originally Posted by Durry View Post

This letter from Fort St. John mayor Lori Ackerman is also
posted on the city's website here.

“USA stops importing Canadian oil and gas”

That is not a current headline but it could be. What would happen to our economy if it was?

I would like to talk to you about energy, pipelines and our natural resources.

I am a mum and a grandma and I have lived in the north all my life. I am also the Mayor of Fort St. John – right smack in the middle of one of the world’s largest
supplies of oil and gas. I live in a region surrounded by pipelines, wells, hydraulic fracturing (fracking) sites and canola and wheat fields. I have eaten the food we grow here and I drink our water. I understand what it takes to extract our natural resources
and what it takes to protect our environment. I live it.

I don’t want to try to convince you of anything but I would like to share with you what I know to be true. I strongly encourage you to do some of your own research.

Learn more than what you read in a tweet or a Facebook post. I have added some links to reliable resources below for you.

Where does the petroleum we all use every day come from? Canada has some of the largest petroleum resources in the world and yet Canada imports 634,000 barrels
of crude oil from foreign countries every single day.

That is $26 billion of oil imports every year that we could have supplied to ourselves.

That product arrives in tankers and is transported to where it needs to go by truck and train right through our communities. And yet we don’t want our own product
to flow in pipelines to our communities for our own use or to our ports so we can export it? That just makes no sense at all to me.

So let’s talk about pipelines. I know pipelines are a safe, cost-efficient means of oil and natural gas transportation and emit fewer greenhouse gases than alternate
transportation methods.

Canada has 830,000 kilometers of pipelines. Three million barrels of crude oil is transported safely every single day. B.C. has over 43,000 kilometers of pipelines.
If we took that oil out of the pipelines, we would need 4,200 rail cars to move it. How many of those cars would you like rolling through your community?

Between 2002 and 2015, 99.9995% of liquid was transported through our pipelines safely. You probably spill more when you fill up at the gas station.

I understand you don’t want tankers floating down our beautiful B.C. coast. But did you know the USA has been shipping up to 600,000 barrels a day of crude from
Alaska to the Puget Sound through the Salish Sea for the last 20 years?

Did you know that B.C. has a Tanker Exclusion Zone that has been respected for years? That zone stipulates that full tankers must travel on the west side of the
zone but those that are not transporting goods can stay inside the protective zone.

Other than one natural gas pipeline, Vancouver Island receives all of their petroleum by barge every day. I don’t remember ever hearing anyone complain about that.
According to Transport Canada over 197,000 vessels arrived or departed from west coast ports in 2015--1,487 of them were tankers. 400,000 barrels of crude oil is safely transported off the B.C. coast every single day. Sooo…I think we are OK there.

Emissions? 80% of the emissions associated with fossil fuels are generated in their combustion – not their extraction and transportation. If you want to do something
about our reliance on fossil fuels then address the demand for them not the transportation of them. Change starts with consumers not industry.

A large part of the demand for fossil fuels in B.C. is transportation. 33% of our fossil fuels are used to operate cars, trucks, planes, trains and ferries. If
we switched all of that over to electricity we would need not just one Site C dam but 15 of them. Which communities do you want to flood to provide the energy for your electric cars?

Remember I live 7 km from Site C dam so I have a pretty good understanding of them.

I love this quote from Blair King, an environmental scientist and writer:

“We live in a world where all the work we do to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions in B.C. can be undone with the flick of a pen in China or India. No matter what
we do, those developing countries are going to get electrical power to their populations – if not with LNG, then with coal; and if not with B.C. LNG, then with lower-intensity (read: dirtier) LNG from one of our competitors. In both cases the end result is
higher global GHG emissions than if B.C. LNG was used.”

He is telling us to look outside our province and see the impact we can have on GHGs on our planet. Our LNG is cleaner than the stuff already on the market because
our regulations are tougher and we emit far less GHGs in our production than in other countries. Our natural gas industry is committed to continuous improvement.

I understand that you are concerned about safety. I am too. In Canada we have some of the strictest safety requirements in the world. Canada’s oil and gas producers
are continuously improving the safety of their operations and transportation of their products.

Emergency Response Plans are customized for each community, covering key areas such as public safety, protection of community infrastructure, and a clear plan of
action with local emergency responders. And we have the B.C. Oil and Gas Commission to oversee B.C. projects and the National Energy Board oversees the larger multi-jurisdictional projects.

The Oil and Gas Commission is our provincial agency responsible for regulating oil and gas activities in British Columbia including exploration, development, pipeline
transportation and reclamation.

Core responsibilities include reviewing and assessing applications for proposed industry activities, engaging with First Nations, cooperating with partner agencies,
and ensuring industry complies with provincial legislation and all regulatory requirements.

International delegations come to B.C., as world leaders, to learn how we have partnered environmental protection with resource extraction. I think the Oil and
Gas Commission does a good job of protecting the interests of citizens.

Many of you have concerns about the rights of our Indigenous Peoples. I will not speak for them but I will provide you with a quote from Stephen Buffalo, president
and CEO of the Indian Resource Council:

“I think industry is now willing to be a partner (with First Nations). They want to come with the First Nations together. We are depending on these pipelines for
the success of the Canadian economy.”

Here is
the link to the full article.

So let’s talk about the economy. B.C.’s energy sector offers some of the largest provincial economic opportunities in a generation. It is estimated that, in 2010,
11.2% of the provincial exports came from the natural resource sector. That was over $21 billion worth.

Canada’s oil and natural gas sector contributes $1.5 billion to the provincial government but it is estimated that it could go as high as $2.4 billion per year.
This is money for health care, education and infrastructure. The resource sector is the foundational stone upon which the B.C. economy was built, and it is as important today as ever.

440,000 Canadians are employed because of the oil and gas sector. A recent study by Philip Cross, former chief economic analyst at Statistics Canada, shows the
huge economic value of the natural resource industry in B.C., and in particular the Lower Mainland. The report demonstrates that over 55 percent of resource-related jobs and income (direct, indirect and induced) flow to the Lower Mainland.

This means those workers contribute to our economy by renting or buying homes, buying groceries, enjoying a quality life and shopping their local businesses.

Let’s lead the world in resource extraction, continuous improvements and long term planning.

Let’s be leaders in reliable and renewable energy development.

Let’s support Canadian industry and stop buying foreign oil.

Let’s grow our economy by meeting our domestic needs and exporting our abundant resources.

Let’s live well now and in the future.

Thank you for taking the time to be an informed citizen.

Sincerely,

Lori Ackerman

Mayor of the City of Fort St. John


This deserves a big


 
Mowich
+1
#1217
Quote: Originally Posted by Durry View Post

This letter from Fort St. John mayor Lori Ackerman is also
posted on the city's website here.

“USA stops importing Canadian oil and gas”

That is not a current headline but it could be. What would happen to our economy if it was?

I would like to talk to you about energy, pipelines and our natural resources.

I am a mum and a grandma and I have lived in the north all my life. I am also the Mayor of Fort St. John – right smack in the middle of one of the world’s largest
supplies of oil and gas. I live in a region surrounded by pipelines, wells, hydraulic fracturing (fracking) sites and canola and wheat fields. I have eaten the food we grow here and I drink our water. I understand what it takes to extract our natural resources
and what it takes to protect our environment. I live it.

I don’t want to try to convince you of anything but I would like to share with you what I know to be true. I strongly encourage you to do some of your own research.

Learn more than what you read in a tweet or a Facebook post. I have added some links to reliable resources below for you.

Where does the petroleum we all use every day come from? Canada has some of the largest petroleum resources in the world and yet Canada imports 634,000 barrels
of crude oil from foreign countries every single day.

That is $26 billion of oil imports every year that we could have supplied to ourselves.

That product arrives in tankers and is transported to where it needs to go by truck and train right through our communities. And yet we don’t want our own product
to flow in pipelines to our communities for our own use or to our ports so we can export it? That just makes no sense at all to me.

So let’s talk about pipelines. I know pipelines are a safe, cost-efficient means of oil and natural gas transportation and emit fewer greenhouse gases than alternate
transportation methods.

Canada has 830,000 kilometers of pipelines. Three million barrels of crude oil is transported safely every single day. B.C. has over 43,000 kilometers of pipelines.
If we took that oil out of the pipelines, we would need 4,200 rail cars to move it. How many of those cars would you like rolling through your community?

Between 2002 and 2015, 99.9995% of liquid was transported through our pipelines safely. You probably spill more when you fill up at the gas station.

I understand you don’t want tankers floating down our beautiful B.C. coast. But did you know the USA has been shipping up to 600,000 barrels a day of crude from
Alaska to the Puget Sound through the Salish Sea for the last 20 years?

Did you know that B.C. has a Tanker Exclusion Zone that has been respected for years? That zone stipulates that full tankers must travel on the west side of the
zone but those that are not transporting goods can stay inside the protective zone.

Other than one natural gas pipeline, Vancouver Island receives all of their petroleum by barge every day. I don’t remember ever hearing anyone complain about that.
According to Transport Canada over 197,000 vessels arrived or departed from west coast ports in 2015--1,487 of them were tankers. 400,000 barrels of crude oil is safely transported off the B.C. coast every single day. Sooo…I think we are OK there.

Emissions? 80% of the emissions associated with fossil fuels are generated in their combustion – not their extraction and transportation. If you want to do something
about our reliance on fossil fuels then address the demand for them not the transportation of them. Change starts with consumers not industry.

A large part of the demand for fossil fuels in B.C. is transportation. 33% of our fossil fuels are used to operate cars, trucks, planes, trains and ferries. If
we switched all of that over to electricity we would need not just one Site C dam but 15 of them. Which communities do you want to flood to provide the energy for your electric cars?

Remember I live 7 km from Site C dam so I have a pretty good understanding of them.

I love this quote from Blair King, an environmental scientist and writer:

“We live in a world where all the work we do to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions in B.C. can be undone with the flick of a pen in China or India. No matter what
we do, those developing countries are going to get electrical power to their populations – if not with LNG, then with coal; and if not with B.C. LNG, then with lower-intensity (read: dirtier) LNG from one of our competitors. In both cases the end result is
higher global GHG emissions than if B.C. LNG was used.”

He is telling us to look outside our province and see the impact we can have on GHGs on our planet. Our LNG is cleaner than the stuff already on the market because
our regulations are tougher and we emit far less GHGs in our production than in other countries. Our natural gas industry is committed to continuous improvement.

I understand that you are concerned about safety. I am too. In Canada we have some of the strictest safety requirements in the world. Canada’s oil and gas producers
are continuously improving the safety of their operations and transportation of their products.

Emergency Response Plans are customized for each community, covering key areas such as public safety, protection of community infrastructure, and a clear plan of
action with local emergency responders. And we have the B.C. Oil and Gas Commission to oversee B.C. projects and the National Energy Board oversees the larger multi-jurisdictional projects.

The Oil and Gas Commission is our provincial agency responsible for regulating oil and gas activities in British Columbia including exploration, development, pipeline
transportation and reclamation.

Core responsibilities include reviewing and assessing applications for proposed industry activities, engaging with First Nations, cooperating with partner agencies,
and ensuring industry complies with provincial legislation and all regulatory requirements.

International delegations come to B.C., as world leaders, to learn how we have partnered environmental protection with resource extraction. I think the Oil and
Gas Commission does a good job of protecting the interests of citizens.

Many of you have concerns about the rights of our Indigenous Peoples. I will not speak for them but I will provide you with a quote from Stephen Buffalo, president
and CEO of the Indian Resource Council:

“I think industry is now willing to be a partner (with First Nations). They want to come with the First Nations together. We are depending on these pipelines for
the success of the Canadian economy.”

Here is
the link to the full article.

So let’s talk about the economy. B.C.’s energy sector offers some of the largest provincial economic opportunities in a generation. It is estimated that, in 2010,
11.2% of the provincial exports came from the natural resource sector. That was over $21 billion worth.

Canada’s oil and natural gas sector contributes $1.5 billion to the provincial government but it is estimated that it could go as high as $2.4 billion per year.
This is money for health care, education and infrastructure. The resource sector is the foundational stone upon which the B.C. economy was built, and it is as important today as ever.

440,000 Canadians are employed because of the oil and gas sector. A recent study by Philip Cross, former chief economic analyst at Statistics Canada, shows the
huge economic value of the natural resource industry in B.C., and in particular the Lower Mainland. The report demonstrates that over 55 percent of resource-related jobs and income (direct, indirect and induced) flow to the Lower Mainland.

This means those workers contribute to our economy by renting or buying homes, buying groceries, enjoying a quality life and shopping their local businesses.

Let’s lead the world in resource extraction, continuous improvements and long term planning.

Let’s be leaders in reliable and renewable energy development.

Let’s support Canadian industry and stop buying foreign oil.

Let’s grow our economy by meeting our domestic needs and exporting our abundant resources.

Let’s live well now and in the future.

Thank you for taking the time to be an informed citizen.

Sincerely,

Lori Ackerman

Mayor of the City of Fort St. John


This deserves a big



And a Thank You, Durry.
 
spilledthebeer
+2
#1218
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

Get off my fracking land! Furious farmer sprays MANURE at Oscar winning actress Emma Thompson




Oh dear me.................................


it is not polite to laugh at the misfortune of others......................................


but it IS FUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!


And I guess the meal she was making came out rather shitty?????????????????
 
petros
+3
#1219
Just look at this crisis.

Catastrophic!

 
pgs
+3
#1220
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Just look at this crisis.

Catastrophic!

Wow look at Hudson Bay let’s open up Churchill .
 
Twin_Moose
+5
#1221
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

Wow look at Hudson Bay let’s open up Churchill .

We can threaten to run a pipeline across the Hudson Bay and maybe our Mohawk brethren would start burning tires on the ice to open the bay year round.
 
captain morgan
+5
#1222
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Just look at this crisis.

Catastrophic!


This is catastrophic... The ice free North Pole since 2013 now has ice again.


.... Damn you global warming... DAMN YOU!!!
 
taxslave
+4
#1223
So much for resorts on the Arctic Ocean. I blame Suzuki.
 
captain morgan
+6
#1224
No one is angrier than Greta


 
petros
+4
#1225
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

Wow look at Hudson Bay let’s open up Churchill .

Canaduh ain't building 6 new ice breakers for nuttin'.
 
taxslave
+4
#1226
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Canaduh ain't building 6 new ice breakers for nuttin'.

I thought those were to help Russia develop their offshore Arctic oilfields.
 
spilledthebeer
#1227
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

I thought those were to help Russia develop their offshore Arctic oilfields.




FACE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


The ice breakers are TYICAL LIE-beral vote buying!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


They are getting Quebec ship builders involved.....................................


along wih the east coast gang!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!


Surely we all recall how eager Chretien LIE-berals were to have those 4 Brit subs.............................


and of course NONE OF THEM HAVE LEFT PORT in over a year!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


So says the most recent and very OBSCURE Cdn news report in the subject!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


LIE-berals LOVE buying votes - by buying jobs for favoured Cdns...........................


but the TRUTH IS that LIE-berals HAVE NO INTEREST..............................


in actually patrolling or protecting ANYTHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Ron in Regina
+6
#1228
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

We can threaten to run a pipeline across the Hudson Bay and maybe our Mohawk brethren would start burning tires on the ice to open the bay year round.

As long as they are traditional and hereditary environmentally friendly green tire fires, I’m all for it! I’ll take five! I’m having a garage sale in the spring.
 
petros
+4
#1229
I have a pile of old tractor tires. Being over 50 years old they are extra sulphury.
 
spilledthebeer
+1
#1230
Quote: Originally Posted by captain morgan View Post

Chances are that she isn't getting any funding from private sources and that this is the underlying anger that she harbors


Hey Cap - you might be absolutely RIGHT on that one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


LIE-berals DO GET DISGRUNTLED when others get private money and they dont!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Just think back to LIE-beral Jean Chretien looking forward to the end of his third term ...........................


and the party being taken over by Mr. Dithers - AKA Paul Martin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


And of course Conservatives were getting a PILE OF DONATIONS.................................


from all kinds of sources and LIE-berals were PISSED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Because LIE-berals were getting virtually NOTHING - from ANYBODY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


The adscam crap was SO BAD that even normally LIE-beral friendly HOGS SHUNNED LIE-berals!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



So SNEAKY CHRETIEN decided to LEVEL the playing field by BANNING corporate donations.........................



and having TAX PAYERS SUBSIDIZE the parties.........................................


according to how many votes they got in the last election!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


And of course Chretien had gotten LOTS OF VOTES in the last election.................................


because THIS WAS BEFORE THE THREE BILLION DOLLAR ADSCAM LIE-beral THEFT HAD BEEN EXPOSED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


And Chretien KNEW the next election would be VERY DIFFICULT FOR LIE-berals!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


So he set up our political funding system to be GAMED BY LIE-berals!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


By having tax payers subsidize the parties!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



But OH DEAR ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


The adscam scandal STINK WAS SO BAD..............................


and it did not help that Mr. Dithers assured us that the LIE-beral party would resolve the mess..................................


and PAY BACK ANY MISSING MONEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!


Even if it was as much as one hundred thousand dollars - and yes............................................... ..


THREE BILLION MISSING and Dithers talks one hundred hundred grand AS A PEACE OFFERING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


And Chretien ALSO LIMITED the scope of the investigation!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!


And did so in full public view!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


And Mr. Dithers got beat....................................


and Dion got beat....................................


and Iggie got beat!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


AND THEN ALONG CAME Our idiot Boy Justin with FREE MONEY for HOGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



So LIE-berals HATE it when people get private money for any reason!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


How dare private people hand out gravy that has NOT PASSED THROUGH LIE-beral hands????????????????????