Posted: Sun Oct 02, 2011 2:27 pm Post subject: Ontario Premier Dad & Alberta Ethical Oil
A while back, Premier McGreenEnergy indicated he wasn't for the oilsands. He pushes for wind mills and solar panels rather than accept fossil fuel and systems of removal, which are required. McGreenMan wants to establish Cap & Trade (carbon credits) in Ontario.
Frankly, I think that the former pertty crime lawyer is jealous of Albertans and the cash-flush government. If oilsands were in Ontario would McFarce be against it? I believe not. With the huge revenue from the gas tax the unhinged premier could spend like crazy, even pay off public sector employees, unions and more immigrants as future Liberal voters. The public jobs, he could create would be enormous in numbers. Bigger government. More Liberal terms.
Liberals are not about small government, less public service employees, fair union entitlements equal to private sector pay and benefits. Small and large businesses would be regulated a bit more to suit the liberal agendas. Premier McPinocchio never owned a business, that I know of, and his wife was an elementary school teacher, which explains all-day kindergarten. Mothers could work for government departments and not pay as much day-care. What am I saying? That would be free for specific voting citizens.
Maybe the oilsands are just too ethical for the preem. They might be greener than Ontario. The environment in Alberta is looked after better than McPhoney's home, I bet. People from all over Canada and overseas migrate to Alberta where there are... were... perhaps still are high-paying jobs with exceptional benefits, or entrepreneurial opportunities. McFlipFlop wants immigrants to come to Ontario, so the grits could manipulate them, pardon me, educate them from womb to tomb, as life-time liberal voters.
Albeta's Ethical Oil has created a problem for nanny-state, have-not Ontario and the pemier's green plan, by attracting lost voters.
Should the Ontario Liberals win a majority, even minority government, watch out, taxes for something will be created or existing ones increased. Because the federal government is being unfair, Quebec received 2.2 billion, regardless. And Alberta is richer.
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