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  • John Smith
    June 27, 2011 - 09:21

    Once again Mr. Wangersky muddys the water with talk of South America and Solar power. Solar Power? Ha ha ha, we just had 23 days of RDF. Give me a break. The Muskrat Falls portion of the lower Churchill is the best and only answer to our growing energy needs. Anyone who can't see that, and esily see that, is either stupid, a Liberal, or both.

  • Unfortunate Son
    June 25, 2011 - 10:43

    Independant audits are suspect too. There is competition in this field of auditing, so if the results are not what the requestor (Gov't) wants to hear, maybe the next time the requestor (Gov't) needs an audit of some sort, it might take it's business somewhere else.

  • DON
    June 25, 2011 - 10:24

    Once again Russell Wangersky has clearly defined the facts about the Muskrat Falls hydro-electric project. Regrettably, Wangersky is a voice crying in the wilderness. Nobody will listen. When you know the facts, expose the truth and nobody will listen and nobody cares, that is a most frustrating and maddening feeling. Never mind, as the old saying goes, you can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink or as the Bible has it, they have eyes and see not, they have ears and hear not. Give the people of Newfoundland what they want. Let them act in haste and repent at their leisure. You get the idea. The Government of Newfoundland is committed to this doomed money wasting project and it will go forward despite the fact that it will be grossly over budget, behind completion schedule and will increase the debt of Newfoundland by another $9 Billion to a grand total of $19 Billion. The project will not realize any profit for Newfoundland for 30 years, if ever. The PC Government wants another term in office and the Muskrat Falls project is their meal ticket to another majority Government despite the cost and the increase in the debt of the Province. Who cares? Get elected now, worry about the cost later.