Liberals demand environment minister recall Kyoto delegation and resign

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    I love it when the Liberals act so shocked and "appauled". Like they were actually making "progress" with Kyoto targets. Thank heavens for Industrial underdevelopment in Russia, those fines would have hurt. Oh, oh, we'll lose the respect of the UN. :laugh:

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    SHe mentioned the U.S. in a positive light. She's screwed!
     
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    "Kyoto this" says Harpersan. [​IMG]

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    As you can see, he has Kung Foo grip on Kyoto Protocol.
     
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    Where is a dolphin, I need a hug!
     
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    How 'boot a whale?

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    Well the next election - or a question of confidence in the Commons - should sort out whether or not the tories are accepted by Canadians.
     
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    Hmmm. After consulting my Magic 8 Ball, you should know that "All signs point to no". :laugh:

    It all depends on who heads the Liberals. THey have to pick VERY carefully. We could wind up with an NDP government. :shocked: :cuckoo: :bang3:
     
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    I only gave the tories on term. I mean Harper had to re-invent himself to be acceptable to Canadians (you're a tough room for a politician). NDP? I don't know if sufficient people trust Jack Layton yet. And the NDP is very much about Jack.

    But they have Manitoba and Sask on the provincial level and they may yet win BC. They own TO of course. Perhaps if the Tories fail and the electorate hasn't yet forgiven the Grits then they might back Jack to see if he can make it work. But I suppose the NDP would have to work with the BQ though.
     
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    Layton, the midget. If that ever happens I'm leaving Canada. Broadbent could have taken it, but he retired. I could live with Ed Broadbent for PM, with a Conservative majority.

    Honestly, in light of National Childcare, Afghanistan, Kyoto, scrapped debate on potential new weed legislation(s), limits put on the press' access to MP's outside the house of commons and a host of other things, I think people are starting to forgive the Liberals. Harper is probably interviewing body guards about now. Not that the Liberals would act on any of the above, either. :laugh:
     
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    Layton, Billary Clinton, Vicente Fox and Hugo Chavez being in control of 83% of the budget of the Western Hemisphere!

    Scary Huh?
     

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