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  • Charles
    March 07, 2012 - 12:07

    Ball what are you talking about...Before you open your mouth...think first...That got to be one of the SILLY statement...Give us the LIBERAL PLAN...on how to save money and spend money...This should be fun

  • The wild and irrational behaviour
    March 07, 2012 - 11:07

    The wild and irrational behaviour towards Lorraine Michael in the House of Assembly yesterday just for asking the premier of NfLd why she censored debate in the House on the Muskrat hydro proposal; was really something else. Wow. Struck a nerve or what? One of the ministers sitting behind Dunderdale was even baring her teeth! What an ungodly spectacle. It should have a warning label that some people may find it offensive during the evening news when the kids are still up. Too bad about the copy-write. Bet it would get a lot of hits on YouTube.

  • port union plant worker
    March 07, 2012 - 10:37

    What a pathetic excuse for a premier this one is..Just last year she waltzed around ,throwing money everywhere. now we'er told ,tighten ya belt bys.If past governments hadn't negotiated oil deals,we'd be on a level with somalia.She crows about reduceing the debt with about 15 billion that came from oil,,big deal dunderdale

  • M
    March 07, 2012 - 09:51

    Laorraine Michaels Not in favour of using technology to replace workers???!!!! We should go back to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and have people screw the tops on the tubes of toothpaste?? I am actually happy that the NDP have elected a few members so we can all see once and for all what a joke they are. Whenever I hear Ryan Cleary or Lorraine Michael speak I smile knowing that if you give them enough rope they will hang themselves.

  • Stephen
    March 07, 2012 - 08:25

    The government and the people need to take a hard and realistic look at the debt. Burying heads in the sand and calling savings heartless and savage is what Greece did.

  • Bennett
    March 07, 2012 - 08:05

    The Headline should read: The People will pay for PC Dunderdale's Election promises. How naive are people, really? When the election was rolling along the PC's were making promise after promise and spending like you wouldn't believe. Then the Finance minister finds that we have an unexpected surplus due to the price of oil. No accountability for such outrageously poor projections. Now we hear of shuts downs which will affect oil revenues. Didn't we know of that when they were spending all that money on election promises? They are all a joke. Sad part is nobody is laughing. 4 years of incompetence is what I see.

  • Pam
    March 07, 2012 - 07:41

    Nothing wrong with having a look at the way some departments do things, and i am sure they can do things a little differently, and cheaper! And i am with Don...thank god the NDP and the Unions are not at the helm here. Lorraine and her crew need to live in reality instead of the dream world they are living in. Oh...and someone tell Gerry Rogers she is not in the theatre. My god she was pitiful.

  • MBC
    March 07, 2012 - 06:58

    The TELEGRAM should research the total expenditures paid for conferences and conventions by Ministers , Deputy Ministers and ADMs for the fiscal year 2010-11.

  • Don
    March 07, 2012 - 06:50

    Thank God Lorraine and the Unions are not running the province. What a bunch of idiots.

    • Concerned citizen
      March 07, 2012 - 09:01

      Maybe we should of left the oil under our ocean floor. THUNDERDALES responce is"We have lost our of our Atlantic Accord transfer payment and isssues with oil production" Listen princess, YOU CAN'T HAVE IT ALL". So if she does this every year, cutting 3% from each departemnt, eventually I guess there will be NO JOBS????? Is that what she's saying???..............You are a disgrace, as I have always said, for a SO CALLED PREMIER THUNDERALE!!!!!!!!!!