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Apr 15, 2019 | 08:05 31
Quote Originally Posted by AlbertaFarmer5 View Post
And, horse came along just in time to prove my point number eight. Not sure why illiteracy and socialism are so intricately connected, but the atrocious spelling and grammar are evidence enough.
Is that a compliment as I see a lot of poor spelling and improper grammer on here. I am now in the company of sask3 coming up in the world.
A true con , better than the rest,find some little thing and blow it up.
Hamloc and just how much did deregulation cost??? A hell of a lot more than 2.3 billion, and it did something wheather you agree or not,where as the dereg thing just cost with no bennifit except for making more jobs for agrators in the elec trading pool. And of course atco, Reply With Quote
Apr 15, 2019 | 08:10 32
Quote Originally Posted by jazz View Post
And nobody should forget what they did to the hospitals in this province. Shut down the one dedicated to rural south sask and put up a new one in Saskatoon city core. Now Stoon has 4 bloody hospitals and Regina has two ancient ones barely holding together. Plus dozens of other smaller centers gutted for what? Romanow should be in federal prison.
ONE of the things I dislike the most about NDP policy is how much they love to centralize everything. Hospitals, schools, labs ................ I noticed this starting to happen under the PCs as they took a large step to the left. Starting with Stelmach, although when Klein was in his decline the bureaucrats took advantage. Reply With Quote
Apr 15, 2019 | 08:12 33 At the end of the day ...... lol
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Apr 15, 2019 | 08:15 34
Quote Originally Posted by furrowtickler View Post
At the end of the day ...... lol
And yet people try to claim that Notley is honest and has integrity. If you are an anti pipeline activist who voted for her, and then she turned around and pretended to advocate for pipelines, they must doubt her honesty by now? Reply With Quote
Apr 15, 2019 | 08:16 35 a picture tells a thousand words Reply With Quote
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  • Apr 15, 2019 | 08:22 36
    Quote Originally Posted by Horse View Post
    Is that a compliment as I see a lot of poor spelling and improper grammer on here. I am now in the company of sask3 coming up in the world.
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    No, just found it amusing that it fit so well with my original post about illiteracy. Even funnier that Saskfarmer liked it... Reply With Quote
    Apr 15, 2019 | 08:22 37 Yet what people said or did 3, 5, or 10 years ago matters to the Media Party when it comes to the UCP,,,but doesn't matter or warrant mention were it comes to the NDP,,,as usual. Reply With Quote
    Apr 15, 2019 | 08:31 38
    Quote Originally Posted by SASKFARMER View Post
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    Saskatchewan people know what years of NDP does to a province.

    NEVER AGAIN>

    We haven’t heard too much from Romanow and Lingie Feeler since they crossed to the other side. Just saying.

    Tomorrow April 16, 2019 is a big day for Alberta, will be ‘NEVER AGAIN DAY’. They will name Number 1 Highway heading west , ‘Orange Streak Road’ and raise the speed limit to 200 k. 👍 Reply With Quote

  • Apr 15, 2019 | 20:29 39
    Quote Originally Posted by caseih View Post
    a picture tells a thousand words
    It does - Kenney on an earlier campaign, lol.

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    Apr 15, 2019 | 20:41 40 You should send that into the cbc , they are looking for stuff like that and theyll take your word for it. No proof necessary Reply With Quote

  • Apr 16, 2019 | 07:04 41 From an astute political observer in Alberta:

    "We all know that Jason Kenney can’t change the price of oil. We all know he can’t change equalization, regardless of how many referendums he holds. We all know he can’t make our oil less expensive to extract and refine. We all know he can’t kill the carbon tax, because the feds will just slap one on us anyway. We all know he can’t win the battle in court against a federal carbon tax. We all know he can’t “cut off oil to BC” because he can’t dictate who private companies sell to. We all know he can’t bring back the 6 digit jobs in the oil fields. The boom is over. And it’s never coming back." Reply With Quote
    Apr 16, 2019 | 07:31 42
    Quote Originally Posted by grassfarmer View Post
    From an astute political observer in Alberta:

    "We all know that Jason Kenney can’t change the price of oil. We all know he can’t change equalization, regardless of how many referendums he holds. We all know he can’t make our oil less expensive to extract and refine. We all know he can’t kill the carbon tax, because the feds will just slap one on us anyway. We all know he can’t win the battle in court against a federal carbon tax. We all know he can’t “cut off oil to BC” because he can’t dictate who private companies sell to. We all know he can’t bring back the 6 digit jobs in the oil fields. The boom is over. And it’s never coming back."

    Wrong wrong wrong.

    Lets tackle it. The restricted price of oil is directly related to the lack of tidewater access - pipelines. There is easily another $10 a bbl there if we have other customers. Pipelines being held up by bogus court and consultation procedures. Constitutions guarantees provincial rights to move resources to market. So a constitutional challenge would be inline next. Same thing with the carbon tax. Equalization will lead to a referendum and if rejected it will lead to separation.

    Have you even been to Alberta grass? That look like the kind of place just going to lay there and take it from a hostile govt? Reply With Quote
    Apr 16, 2019 | 08:05 43
    Quote Originally Posted by grassfarmer View Post
    From an astute political observer in Alberta:

    "We all know that Jason Kenney can’t change the price of oil. We all know he can’t change equalization, regardless of how many referendums he holds. We all know he can’t make our oil less expensive to extract and refine. We all know he can’t kill the carbon tax, because the feds will just slap one on us anyway. We all know he can’t win the battle in court against a federal carbon tax. We all know he can’t “cut off oil to BC” because he can’t dictate who private companies sell to. We all know he can’t bring back the 6 digit jobs in the oil fields. The boom is over. And it’s never coming back."
    Absolute pile of shit
    Didnt rachel just limit production
    Why in the hell wouldmt oil co’s cut off those enntitled pricks oil sipply
    Didnt austrailia tell feds to shove carbon tax up their ass ?
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  • Apr 16, 2019 | 11:05 44
    Quote Originally Posted by jazz View Post
    Have you even been to Alberta grass?
    Lived there for 15 years - how about you?

    Long enough to live through the BSE debacle which gives some insight into how Alberta politics works. After the border was closed we were looking for alternate destinations for our beef and cattle. There was a clear need to send beef off this continent to circumvent the American packer monopoly that was screwing us over. Extensive attempts were made to establish rancher owned or controlled slaughter capacity to facilitate this to no avail. The PC Government in the 80s paid Cargill and IBP to move to Alberta and set up the two mega plants we have today - turns out they were also given an assurance there would be no competition to their monopoly. So while these foreign outfits were paid to entice them to move here and have regularly been subsidized since, the same PC Government fought tooth and nail to ensure Alberta and Canadian ranchers were not able to go into business against them.
    Truth is the AB Government was bought and paid for decades ago by big business and foreign interests. That's one of my biggest regrets with the NDP Government - even they weren't able to break that habit. You can be sure if Kenney gets elected the decisions taken that effect everyday Albertans will not be taken in the Legislature building in Edmonton but in Corporate boardrooms.
    Last edited by grassfarmer; Apr 16, 2019 at 11:35.
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