Pubdate: Wed, 14 Nov 2012
Source: Morning Star, The (CN BC)
Copyright: 2012 The Morning Star
Author: Joanne Feenstra
Page: A9


Why on earth do politicians, if there is not enough money to go
around, believe that economic stimulus has to be based on resource

Scott Anderson - take note - it did not work for Romney.

Did you hear the roar of approval when President Obama mentioned
environmental protection in his acceptance speech?

Why is it always about oil?

How about if it was about prioritizing government spending - e.g. I'm
still annoyed about the pool at the G8 conference and the new roof on
B.C. Place.

Or, can we get this legal farce and financial drain over with and
legalize marijuana so we can tax it?

Is there a politician out there who is brave enough to suggest
reorganizing spending priorities instead of creating 'new' revenue out
of resource extraction?

Joanne Feenstra

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