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"it just ain't right" B@$turds all !!!!!!!!!!!!

Collusion in plain sight and no one is doing a dang thang about it !

Yeah, I've been fairly lucky fueling up the daily drivin' Cheeseler at the right times.

Man we're a bunch of sheep ! Just watch that idiot Trudeau 2.0 cruise to victory.

Man, he's gonna spend us so much farther into debt, it'll be staggering ! We're not even finished paying the 600 billion dollar debt his @$$hole father started.

Add sonny's promises to the ledger and we'll sink in debt.

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I may not be all that read up on my politics, but I think my biggest issue with government is that people don't even know what they are voting for anymore, they just vote with the media, or the attack ads by various groups. I think the last elections in ontario was a prime example, yes the conservatives ran a bad campaign, but what really killed them was all the attack ads from the unions. Now I'm hearing all these Union ads asking me to tell my government(liberals) how much they need to keep their jobs, which I find amusing since they wanted her in the first place. Glad she is fulfilling all her promises!!(sarcasm)

Not only that with gas prices being crazy I now have to worry about energy costs in general. I'm alittle fearful of what hydro one will be like once it is bought out, especially since we are paying for all the over priced solar and wind energy. I'm all for saving the environment but not when it isn't economically sustainable.
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I may not be all that read up on my politics, but I think my biggest issue with government is that people don't even know what they are voting for anymore, they just vote with the media, or the attack ads by various groups. I think the last elections in ontario was a prime example, yes the conservatives ran a bad campaign, but what really killed them was all the attack ads from the unions. Now I'm hearing all these Union ads asking me to tell my government(liberals) how much they need to keep their jobs, which I find amusing since they wanted her in the first place. Glad she is fulfilling all her promises!!(sarcasm)

Not only that with gas prices being crazy I now have to worry about energy costs in general. I'm alittle fearful of what hydro one will be like once it is bought out, especially since we are paying for all the over priced solar and wind energy. I'm all for saving the environment but not when it isn't economically sustainable.
Every point you made is correct SnappedAxe

"it's not valid or accepted by the left wing focus group ". What they are, are genuine concerns, based on facts and real costs and debts we owe.

You hit the energy concerns right on the head.

If you had asked most taxpaying Ontarians "would you like wind power, at 8 times the cost of gas plant generation ? (and we all know what a gas plant costs!).

Only the left wing eco-nazis (who I wonder if they pay taxes) would have agreed.

I am NOT on board with good money after bad. Quite a few years ago they outlawed R-12 for our A/C systems. Fine, R134a must be better for the environment, we all went along with it.......okay, so I stocked up large on R-12 and coasted for 20 years.

The price of a propane sized tank of R-12, at the time was @$30.00. The new cost of an equal sized tank of R-134a was 10 times more (that's a 1000% more).

I found out a few years ago that R134a is 95% as bad for the environment as R-12 was !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Who'd they fly that decision by ??????????????????? (pretty sure it was during Bob Rae's tenure).

If you asked just about anyone "wanna improve the the damage freon does by 5% ? It'll only cost 1000% more."

Again, all but the dreamers and most zealous eco-morons would say "back to economics school moron, you missed something about cost and value".

You hit it on the head about bloated, privileged public sector Unions.

I'm more angry at the Liberal owned press and the Liberal trained/ingrained/biased press reporters.

They refuse to report what things will happen "if" a politician promises this or that. They make it sound like there is no cost attached to what a politician is promising.

The auto pact is a VERY large income bringer to Ontario(to teachers, that what actually pays your salaries).

They were carefully wooed by a previous generation of Ontario politicians who could see beyond next week and knew how to treat them.

At the time we had the cheapest hydro rates of any province or state in North America. The politicians worked hard to make that happen.

Since Dullard McGuilty's dalliance with wind and solar power, incurring MASSIVE debt, we are now the first or second most expensive in North America.....................why would Ford, Chrysler or GM stay any longer than their contractual agreements make them ?????????

Four terms of Ontario Liberals have also ensured there are no used cars for the working poor to drive to work.

The cars that pass a safety check, but fail emissions are shipped to rural Ontario, Manitoba, Quebec, Michigan, etc.

Our working poor cannot benefit from them.....and oh environmentalists ! Guess what ? They're on the road in that neighbouring state/province anyway !

The idea of paying Kyoto credits to richer countries (per capita) like Norway, when there are people in Canada barely getting by is quite frankly INSANITY.

It was one of those dripping diaper bags Cretian dropped in poor Harper's lap as he left, laughing.

I applaud Harper for doing more important things, other than wasting time and money on an accord United States, China and India didn't sign.

Like you say, people don't read the fine print (party platforms). I heard today Mulcair and the NDP (Canadian socialist to our American friends reading) are gaining ground on Trudeau 2.0.

Why don't they read a little more about what the NDP platform has in mind....or how truly dangerous Mr. Mulcair really is.....or better yet ask an Ontarian old enough to remember Bob Rae and Pink Floyd Maclaughlin how much debt an NDP government is able to rack up in only one term.

Finally in case NDP or Liberal voters are forgetting.....we're in TERRIBLE debt. Not talking about the deficits, provincially and federally......talking about the principal debts of over 600 Billion federally and 300 billion provincially.

I don't want ANYONE but Stephen Harper managing the economy and don't want Mulcair or particularly Trudeau 2.0 NEAR the national credit card

Frankly it's already maxed out

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A dollar frickin' twenty per litre !!!!!!!!!!

And a barrel of oil has gone DOWN in price since we last checked in !!!!!!

What's their excuse ? The price fixers I mean !?!?!?!?

Before prices dropped we were at $1.30/litre and oil was over $100.00 a barrel.

Today we're almost where we were on a litre of gas and the SWINE are paying $58.00 a barrel for crude.

Is everyone making too much money to care ?

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I haven't heard anything about Mike Harris and his right hand man yet. funny how we forget the damage they did to Ontario.

thank mr harper for stabbing Ontario in the back constantly and relying on high oil prices to keep his pockets full. he wants somebody else to take the reigns, then he can sit back and count his money>laughing at Canadians for keeping him in charge .

he is the reformed reform party leader, (people forget so quickly) I haven't voted for him! he has been only slightly worse than Brian Mulroney.

Wind and solar energy on the smaller scale are the answer............. sustainability

back to original topic............................................. ........

diesel fuel is 1.05 to 1.09 in this part of Ontario, in the MI and IN it was anywhere from 2.59 US/gallon to 2.89 US/gallon on the weekend.

too many Fords?
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Wind and solar energy on the smaller scale are the answer............. sustainability
Wind and solar energy on a small scale isn't sustainable because it isn't cost effective. We wife works for a low income house company and they tried this for a long time. Problem is with raising energy costs in Ontario it only takes a couple years till you are right back paying the same if not more for your energy, even if you aren't using as much and then you can no longer pay for the upkeep. Wasn't long till people didn't want to pay the outrages up front costs, and somebody has to pay. I'm not saying it doesn't work, but I think that until the general public can afford to pay for and up keep everything the only people who will be doing it are farmers who can afford to take a loan out to buy a bunch of solar panels and wind turbines and rake in the money off of the subsidized contracts. I hope someday that we find a way to make it more sustainable in Canada, and I'm not sure why it isn't. (maybe look up the prices of similar solar systems in a third world country like Haiti and you would be amazed at how cheap they are, but they don't meet all the government red tape here even when they are made by the same companies)

Back on topic, Hoping to fill up today for around 112.9, that is if it is still that price at lunch, lately with my luck I drive by on the way to work and it is 10-15 cents more at lunch for no apparent reason.
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solar panels on South facing building produce electricity year round, my brother has a drive in shed with a East facing roof and has it covered in solar panels. he gets hydro cheque each month , but there was no subsidization on the installation. he did borrow the money to put it up, by his estimates it will take 12-15 yrs for the energy production to pay for the system . after that it should make him some money. that's with out any repair costs. no guarantees on how much hydro will pay for this energy. it has dropped in half of what they promised.

and back on topic, I don't watch gas prices as I use diesel mostly and Wingham diesel was $1.07.9

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solar panels on South facing building produce electricity year round, my brother has a drive in shed with a East facing roof and has it covered in solar panels. he gets hydro cheque each month , but there was no subsidization on the installation. he did borrow the money to put it up, by his estimates it will take 12-15 yrs for the energy production to pay for the system . after that it should make him some money. that's with out any repair costs.

no guarantees on how much hydro will pay for this energy.


it has dropped in half of what they promised.

and back on topic, I don't watch gas prices as I use diesel mostly and Wingham diesel was $1.07.9
You said it there my friend

the tale of two brothers. One buddy got in during Dalton's Euphoria over foreign solar power.

The other got in later(like you say at half). They're both wondering if their equipment will live long enough to back the investment.

All this was at a time when our neighbour Quebec (who is now FAR more fiscally responsible than four Ontario Liberal governments), guaranteed us a preferred rate (that's cheap to Liberals) for their excess Hydro........

And Dullard McGuilty turned them down !?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

This and they're throttling back the Niagara Falls just so they can buy more solar and wind power ??????????? What's cleaner than a "hydro" power ???????

Back to gas. It's ranging from anywhere between 1.08 and $1.45/ litre today.

Oil per barrel ? $61.00. What's their excuse today ?

Collusion to be sure !

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52 bucks a barrel

and we're still getting bent over the pumps for as much as $1.20 a litre !!!!!!!!

What's it gonna take ?

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For all Ontarians (and Quebecers)

weren't you all proud when Premier Wynne announced yesterday she's met our carbon targets........We're 360 Billion in debt and over running with a 14 billion deficit this year.....but she's met our carbon targets.

How the freak did that jump to the first priority in Ontario ????????????

She and the Quebec Premier announced their cap & trade policy (carbon tax) that no one asked for.

That should be the last nail in the coffin, driving out the big three automakers for financially greener pastures.

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For all Ontarians (and Quebecers)

weren't you all proud when Premier Wynne announced yesterday she's met our carbon targets........We're 360 Billion in debt and over running with a 14 billion deficit this year.....but she's met our carbon targets.

How the freak did that jump to the first priority in Ontario ????????????

She and the Quebec Premier announced their cap & trade policy (carbon tax) that no one asked for.

That should be the last nail in the coffin, driving out the big three automakers for financially greener pastures.
Not to mention our Credit downgrade, mind you they only mentioned that we now have an A+ credit rating, Failing to mention that we used to have a AA-, which is a step above what we now have.

Back on topic, I was on vacation and filled up my Yamaha Waverunner near Port Severn at a marina right off the channel and the price on water gas didn't seem to be nearly as inflated as it usually is. I tend not to look at the price of water gas because it makes me want to jump in the lake and was pleasantly surprise at how cheap the bill was. Still didn't look at the price though so I couldn't tell you how much I paid a liter. I do know it was only about 8 bucks more then when I filled it up at a Petro Canada on the way up north. It has about a 45L tank and was pretty close to empty when I filled it up on the water.
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Not to mention our Credit downgrade, mind you they only mentioned that we now have an A+ credit rating, Failing to mention that we used to have a AA-, which is a step above what we now have.

Back on topic, I was on vacation and filled up my Yamaha Waverunner near Port Severn at a marina right off the channel and the price on water gas didn't seem to be nearly as inflated as it usually is. I tend not to look at the price of water gas because it makes me want to jump in the lake and was pleasantly surprise at how cheap the bill was. Still didn't look at the price though so I couldn't tell you how much I paid a liter. I do know it was only about 8 bucks more then when I filled it up at a Petro Canada on the way up north. It has about a 45L tank and was pretty close to empty when I filled it up on the water.
Thanks SnappedAxe

I forgot to mention our second credit downgrade in the past two years, thanks to Kathleen and Dalton's policies of never stop spending.

Maybe our CTV is slightly less Liberal biased than your news up there. These guys actually mentioned it was the second downgrade.

Back on topic it was 1.12 a litre on my way home from Quebec junkyarding tonight (it was 1.23/litre in Gatineau).

I could get it for as low as 1.08 at Costco, but I'm still running on that tankful I got at Tyendinaga reserve off the 401 at Marysville for $1.03/litre.

Wonder how much more the cap & trade tax will add to the price of gas ?

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$50.00 a barrel and they're still charging $1.22/ litre at the pumps !

As they say in Quebec

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FINALLY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

a slight glimpse of hope. Tooling on down the highway today when's I sees $1.08 / litre !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Locked her up, wheeled her round and nosed up to the pumps. Whens I gets there, there is a polite new Canadian there telling me it's actually $1.03 not $1.08 per litre.

I was so danged happy I listened to his whole spiel, whilst fillin' on up, right fore I went in and got my 10X Canadian Tire money then split.

Bet that's as low as it gets, even though oil is well under $50.00 a barrel.

No government, whatever flavor is eva gonna give a $h!t about us, because they higher the sale at the pumps, the mo' revenue they take away in taxes.

How did an oil producing country ever allow so much tax at the pumps ?????????????????????????

I ain't no socialist, but plenty of other oil producing countries actually subsidize gas for their own subjects.

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You are lucky, haven't seen any kinda break like that here. Still around 1.13-1.18.
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You are lucky, haven't seen any kinda break like that here. Still around 1.13-1.18.
Frickin' criminal !

and with oil down at $42.00 a barrel.....just criminal

Geez, maybe things might get better when "Prime Minister Mulcair" put a moratorium on the oil sands......what a d!ck !

Sure ! restrict the largest part of our GNP, that'll help !

I don't want him or his party's spending platform, or the hair piece Trudeau 2.0, NEAR the maxed out national credit card !!!!!

"ah we need change man" CHANGE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Change from what you mental midgets !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Responsible spending/borrowing ?!?!?!?!?!?

Even the late Jim Flaherty (and PM Harper) were forced to borrow during that last recession (which proves they actually do have hearts you Liberal f@#ks!).

In a nutshell this election is about electing who you think will borrow the least and borrow responsibly. Trudeau 2.0 ?????? Tom Mulcair and the socialists ???????

I don't think so. We are seriously in debt and NO Kathleen, we can't borrow enough to spend ourselves out of it, because you had our credit rating downgraded TWICE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I lived through the Trudeau/NDP coalition government of the 70s that REALLY started the federal debt ball rolling.

I also vividly remember Bob Rae and Pink Floyd Laughren spending spree, which Ontario still hasn't dug itself out of.

Are Canadians wishing to follow Greece and New Zealand and Spain down the $h!tter ?????????????????????

We're almost too far in debt now, voting ANYTHING other than Conservative is inviting more debt !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Oil sunk as low as $32.00 a barrel yesterday and we're paying ??????

99 cents a litre !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Heck last Fall we hit 76 cents a litre when oil was $65 a barrel.......

what's their excuse now ?????

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There has to be collusion amongst oil companies or PRICE FIXING !

Oil circling the bowl, as low as $26.00 a barrel for months now and ...........still over 80 cents a litre !

How low does it have to get before we see 50 cents a litre !?

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Oh and Justin ! and Kathleen and any other leftist premiers ! You can stick a cap & trade tax up your rectums !

Are you trying to kill business and drive future businesses and manufacturers elsewhere ?

And for what ? Half the scientists are fairly sure there's no correlation whatsoever with the amount of carbon in the air and climate change.

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34 bucks a barrel and they're keeping gas prices at the level they were at when it was 90 bucks a barrel !

How many months/years until we see the price benefits of low oil ?

My Brother, the renowned hydrogeologist, has verified some links my fellow climate change deniers sent me.

The big picture: 65 million years of temperature swings JoNova


In essence mankind in general is a fart in the wind and Canada is less than 2% of that fart.

WTF are we doing signing into carbon reducing accords, without......China, India, the Koreas, the whole of South East Asia, America and the rest of the sane world (who know better).

There's even evidence surfacing from honest scientists (who didn't drink the Gore/Suzuki koolaid) that the climate would benefit from more CO2, not less !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

As has been suspected, since the global warming people started this scam, carbon has no direct correlation with climate change.

Surprise, surprise !

I hope history vilifies Suzuki/Gore and the Canadian (and others) supposed intelligentsia for perpetrating this scam on humanity, at a time we were deep in debt and could have used the money for......well, anything else.

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Kathleen Wynne is about to be the first Western politician to raise gas taxes in almost 20 years

with her "crap and raid" carbon tax. Guess now that Ontario's economy is doing so well and you've eliminated the deficit and the debt (NOT), we can afford it, right ?

Really looking forward to paying more for everything (yes babe trucks bring us everything and will be well within their rights to pass the increase onto us).

More expensive gas, diesel, food, heating fuels, all added to the 2nd highest hydro rates in North America.

Grab your ankles Ontario and prepare for the pain.

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