Here’s the “Gang of Losers” that are part of the Eagle’s destruction yesterday!

Posted: January 6, 2013 in Uncategorized

How these people even have the gall to face the public makes one wonder if there is such a thing as a “conscience” any more!

We all know that psychopaths have no moral conscience but these Gang Green show no remorse let alone honour in their public statements about Green Energy and it’s consequences on humans and wildlife!

But then money is their driving force and we all know how power and money CORRUPTS!

Ontario Liberal leadership candidates speak on green energy 

BY  ,QUEEN’S PARK BUREAU CHIEF JANUARY 06, 2013
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Ontario Liberal leadership candidates (from left): Gerard Kennedy, Harinder Takhar, Eric Hoskins, Charles Sousa, Glen Murray, Sandra Pupatello and Kathleen Wynne. (ERNEST DOROSZUK, Toronto Sun)
Ontario’s Liberal leadership candidates have a lot of ground to make up with the province’s small town and rural communities if they ever hope to lead a majority government again.

The list of complaints is long — Local Health Integration Networks that closed down emergency rooms, the end of slot-revenue sharing with the horse-racing industry, the derailing of the Ontario Northland Railway, the perceived lack of support for the forestry industry and just general top-down Toronto decision-making.

One piece of legislation, though, stands out as particularly contentious. The Green Energy Act.

Designed to clear the way for the development of wind and solar power in Ontario — in place of coal-generated power — it has caused a lot of trouble.

As fast as turbines went up with no local input, neighbours turned on each other and Ontario’s anti-wind movement was born.

It spawned the Feed-In Tariff (FIT) program which originally offered such high rates of return at ratepayers’ expense that countries were fighting to get in the game.

The Toronto Sun asked Ontario’s Liberal leadership candidates for their views on the act and what, if anything, they would do differently.

Not surprisingly, local input appears to be a common theme of any future green energy plan.

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