- W. Bagg
- January 22, 2014 - 15:14
If interest rates rose 3-4% points, the unfunded liability would be solved. Too complex to explain to the uneducated.
- Prince Babar
- January 22, 2014 - 12:58
The big grey elephant is really a rhinoceros named Rataxes! Or, Lord Rataxes I should say, in light of recent events. All hail Lord Rataxes, the big grey alpha-mammal in our small House. But is it our house? I feel as though the premiership is a position on par with chicken catcher these days - high turnover. Stinky. Arsenal is on top in the REAL premiership. Go gunners!
- Marshall Matters
- January 22, 2014 - 13:24
Shame on you! Hiding under anonymous cartoon name. If you have some real input into our financial status, or a solution, let's hear it. This kind of buffoonery only furthers us into the quagmire we are in. Regardless of who leads us, on paper, we all have to step up now and be leaders. The conservatives, or the liberals will form government, either way, it's our neighbours, let's back them with positive support. Let's face it, especially in NL, and considering the recent moonwalk across smitty's dinner, we are all pretty close in ideaolgy, civics, mega projects, and we have to stop blaming Joey and Danny for selling long, wipe the long faces off, get some seatbelts on the school uses and drive our government with a switch, if that's what it takes to balance the books. All the inquires, back stepping, fact checking is not going to help. Politics is not the art of the possible. That was the wright bros. Politics is the choice between the horrendous or the barely palatable, unless government starts shrinking itself, instead of reducing Canada Rescue , Canada Veterans, Canada Mail, Canada Science, etc it's time to stop acting like cartoon characters.