New SAR planes - Aren't those spinny things supposed to spin

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my5cents
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New SAR planes - Aren't those spinny things supposed to spin

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dirtybiker
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Stopped to pose.

Attention turned from fidjit spinner to Instagram.

Rubber bands need a re-spool.

Enviro friendly, not burning fuel.
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Brushy Bill
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Re: New SAR planes - Aren't those spinny things supposed to

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The federal government announced three years ago that it would pay Airbus $2.4-billion for 16 CC-295 aircraft to replace the Air Force’s ancient Buffalo search-and-rescue planes and an old version of the RCAF’s Hercules aircraft.
Making Canada grate again
$Billions$ of benefits (taxpayers pockets) doled out to Bombardier and now they have sold out to Mitsubishi and Airbus

Bring back DeHavilland!
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Re: New SAR planes - Aren't those spinny things supposed to

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Tax money spent to large companies creates jobs.
Jobs stimulate the economy.
A stimulated economy causes lower rates.
Lower rates creates spending.
Spending creates investment.
Investment creates jobs.
Its the simple circle of economics.

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