Jack Layton continues twirling, twirling, twirling towards freedom by channeling Grampa Simpson...(H/T Red)
Really? Seriously? You are trying to stoop to rovian tactics? The same tactics used to screw over Al Gore in 2000? Ok that's fine I am happy to compare Jack Layton to Al Gore. I think there are some real similarities.For example. Al Gore and Jack Layton support cap and trade to address ghg emissions reduction. Al Gore specifically want the US government to focus primarily on making 1 industry carbon free in 10 years. The Electrical Energy Sector. He is calling for an east west eletrical grid.Jack Layton has also talked about Canada building an east west grid.Jack has been an environmentalist advocating this like green retrofitting of houses and buildings, wind energy, solar energy, recycling and composting, etc since the 1970s. In fact he ran his on environmental consulting firm prior to being elected to city council.Really?? This is how you want to play? BRING IT ON!
It's not my video. I had nothing to do with it. I did, however, laugh heartily. And, having been in need of a laugh this week, for that I thank whomever made the video. Really. Seriously.
Right. Larry, Curly and Moe of Liblogs go live with this simultaneously, and nuthin has nuthin to do with nuthin. Just kiddin' around. No strategic bankruptcy here.
It was the butler in the pantry with the candlestick. But more importantly, which one is Moe?
Jack may have been an environmentalist, but now he is just a politician who is working against the environment by opposing a carbon tax. Any real environmentalist would recognize that either a carbon tax or a cap and trade or both is a significant step toward reducing greenhouse gases. If they looked in depth at carbon pricing, they would also learn that a carbon tax has significant advantages.Dion and May support both and recognize the benefits of a carbon tax. Layton opposes a carbon tax and is working against Canada doing its part for the environment using divisive politics.
Wow, the Liberals are in very bad shape if they are now campaigning to be the fourth party in parliament.
It's not bad, but again, it needs a bit of editing. There's a really good thirty-second spot in here dying to get out.
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