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  • tabby
    April 28, 2013 - 08:06

    you are spot on as usual my friend,,,,,,,,,,,,,i was raised to always tell the truth and then i was suddenly old enough to vote and listen to politicans,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,havent heard the truth since and that was 60 years ago,,,,,,,,,i have voted for the last time,,,,,,,,,,,,,sad,sad,sad

  • Wondering
    April 15, 2013 - 11:36

    I suggest everyone to read Ed Smith's piece in Saturday's paper and online with the definition of 'bullshit'

  • Wondering
    April 13, 2013 - 09:14

    People are beginning to connect the dots on the money trail..... lots of cutbacks and job losses to pay for a unnecessary and expensive 10 billion Muskrat Falls. And it's only starting. 90 percent want Dunderdale gone while 60 percent still support Muskrat Falls. So a lot have not yet connected the dots. This week Hydro announces that the power rates will drop 8 percent in July because of lower cost oil and less production at Holyrood. This may seem like good news. It's actually bad news!. More expensive oil and more production at Holyrood is the rationale for Muskrat Falls. So this is an acknowledgement that their forecast is failing, yet again. They have forecast that power needs will increase about 1 percent per year going forward, and so, a little error throws this scheme in a tailspin. Lower oil cost and less production at Holyrood is about the worse that could happen..... if you look at the big picture. WA