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Pappywinkle wrote: Feb 10th, 2022, 11:06 amSadly there are many far too hyper-partisan to ever say anything negative about the oilsands industry.
They don't argue from a place of knowledge, they just argue.
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fluffy wrote: Feb 10th, 2022, 3:10 pm

They don't argue from a place of knowledge, they just argue.
When it comes to the CCPA, they definitely don't argue from a place of knowledge, they argue from a place of total dishonesty and deceit. It's all about pushing their horrible and disgusting agenda on their unionized mush-heads who stupidly continue to fund their completely insane and flawed "studies". Any "analysis" done by them should be immediately laughed at, as that is the only true value of the volumes of garbage that they produce.

If they had any integrity whatsoever, there might be some value to their contrarian reporting and baseless conclusions, but they have none. Zero. It's just pure lies, and more lies.
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Jason Kenney comes out of the closet for the truckers.

https://mobile.twitter.com/jkenney/stat ... r-truckers
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Again Jason Kenney comes to the rescue.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/ ... -1.6358480
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kenney must be on the phone to trump on a daily basis. Sad that we have a premier with his head inserted into his rear.
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Jason kenney was on rosemary live today and said
Kenney telling Rosemary about donors being unable to make donations due to frozen accounts says it all for me. His base is literally frozen!
now correct me if i am wrong , but did mr kenney just admit his base has frozen accts from supporting the insurrection ?
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Now now, he was the leader who declared a health care state of emergency so he could bring in the Alberta vax pasport system.
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Randall T wrote: Aug 4th, 2021, 7:28 am I bet there are a lot of Albertans really missing Ralphie these days.
YUP !
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Ka-El wrote: Sep 5th, 2021, 7:06 am
Randall T wrote: Aug 4th, 2021, 7:28 am I bet there are a lot of Albertans really missing Ralphie these days.
I don't know, but I do know there are a lot who miss Rachel.
Comic relief probably !
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Here's what Ralph would have done when he realized the ctitzens of Ottawa had had enough of these nogood thoughtlessly HONKIN' Ottawa protesters.

He would have had his chauffer, Rod Love, drive him to Ottawa in his truck where at midnight he would have barged into one of those saunas at the Coventry Road camp

and . . .

https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2001/12/can-d22.html

and then . . .

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/ ... -1.1329520
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Once again the incompetent Kenney government gets eggs on their facesfor yet another embarrassing gaffe. Kenney has been making a huge fuss about the Emergency Act being used in Alberta and it's now known that just two weeks ago he sent a letter to Ottawa begging for assistance. And given the weapons cache found at a protest under Kenney's watch this just further highlights how completely disastrous and incompetent Kenney's UCP government has been.
Alberta government sought aid from Ottawa in midst of Coutts border blockade

More than a week into a protest impeding travel to the United States border, Alberta reached out to the federal government with a request for help.

In a letter obtained by CBC News sent to federal Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino and Emergency Preparedness Minister Bill Blair, Alberta's Minister of Municipal Affairs Ric McIver wrote that the province was "currently experiencing significant issues" in regards to travel to the border.

"Despite our best efforts to resolve this ongoing issue, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) have exhausted all local and regional options to alleviate the week-long service disruptions," McIver wrote in the letter, which is dated Feb. 5.

According to the letter, the RCMP had attempted to secure appropriate heavy-duty equipment required to remove vehicles and other items, such as trailers and tractors, from the area.

Those attempts to secure those services from providers across Western provinces and the United States failed, the letter said, largely due to the result of "private industry concern over negative consequences."

As such, McIver wrote, the province was requesting federal assistance that included providing equipment and personnel to move dozens of semi-tractor trailers, as well as personal and recreational vehicles, from the area.
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/ ... -1.6358520
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To go with a gun salute to celebrate the speech from the throne [icon_lol2.gif]

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Kenny the clown steps down. How many are left from this cover magazine photo shoot.....
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