April 26, 2017

Notley throws Albertans a clothesline to cope with destructive carbon tax

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

Is the carbon tax getting you down? Higher natural gas bills forcing you to schlep around in itchy old cardigans? Eating canned fruit out of a dented can because the cost of fresh fruit is out of control and the electricity to run the dishwasher is like taking out a second mortgage? 

Lost your job because your company decided they should take their capital to safer investment jurisdictions than Alberta, like say, Iraq?

Well, good news. Rachel Notley has the solution to all your problems. She's buying you a clothesline with your own money, or at least twelve dollars of it.

The NDP made fuel, groceries, electricity and home heating more expensive and jobs more scarce with their carbon tax so they could do things like government sponsor your laundry day.

It's the worst economic downturn in a generation - 200K people are out of work and the NDP’s solution is string, low flow shower heads and light bulbs.

You're welcome, you sewer rats.

I'm far from anti-clothesline. I have a clothesline just like many others, but we hang our laundry out to save money, not the earth. Oh, and I like how it smells.

I didn’t need the NDP to help me relive my childhood memories of fresh hung laundry, which incidentally was the last time in my life we couldn't afford to use a dryer, by buying me string and taxing me to death to do it.

The NDP should quit worrying about our laundry, and just quit hanging Albertans out to dry.

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commented 2017-04-27 19:43:56 -0400
@ Andre

All those things are good things to do, but the price per KW hour is not the big charge neither in Alberta nor Ontario, it is all the fixed fees that bankrupt a person. When you can shut off your main power breaker for a billing cycle and still get a bill, that is the crime. But I imagine you know that already.
commented 2017-04-27 15:43:05 -0400
Everything the NDP does is “Too little, too late”, I have a clothes line in the basement, been using it for decades, when it comes to light bulbs, I started buying LEDs when they became affordable (under $10) they use very little power and last forever, I got a programmable thermostat many years ago because the house does not need to be the same temperature all day long and at night, as for power bars they cause more problems then they solve (go to Amazon, read some reviews and you’ll see what I mean). I suspect most Albertans have already done the same.
commented 2017-04-27 12:57:15 -0400
I can just picture these stinkin’ commie scum sitting in their back room sniggering into their hands, proud of pulling off another insulting slap to Albertan’s collective face.
Pay back will be a bitch – I can’t wait…
commented 2017-04-27 10:18:52 -0400
Nothing is ever free when government is concerned, especially the things they offer for “free”. Those things are usually the most expensive of all.

Liza is correct. Notley is mocking Albertans by giving out free clothes lines. What a hateful wicked witch.
commented 2017-04-27 09:17:33 -0400
Nothing is ever free with these commies. One of their hacks will be hugely rewarded for supplying the clothes lines and I’m sure Notley will get a piece of the pie, in a brown envelope. Communists like to tell everyone that everything is free, but in actuality, the price is always paid for on the backs of the working class.
commented 2017-04-27 01:58:39 -0400
Actually i have used a folding drying rack for years now, to save money and energy, but hey i still need to be punished by NDP wackjobs who do less for their cause than i do.
commented 2017-04-27 01:56:37 -0400
WOW thanks commie filth , you want me to live more and more like a filthy peasant while nothing is too good for you. And the progressive idiots say there are no elites in communism. Well only if you ignore all of communist and socialist history.
commented 2017-04-27 01:24:08 -0400
As Notley exits the Premier’s office in 2019 after her reign of terror, she’ll be flailing her hands in the air, giving her straw hair a shake, smiling her snarky grin, all the while patting herself that she lived her dream for the 4 years of destruction she delivered to Alberta.
commented 2017-04-26 23:51:23 -0400
Sheila maybe this is a Freudian thing with Nutley – I mean no one has more dirty laundry than the Dipps
commented 2017-04-26 23:47:04 -0400
you are 100 % right Liza , I don’t like the candidate in my riding but I will vote for him over any commie from the ndp .we do not ever want a ndp government in any province or any of those green nuts like wino may .
commented 2017-04-26 23:43:28 -0400
If I catch her at the laundromat instead of using her cloths line does this give me one or two free loads at the Dipper cash laundry??
commented 2017-04-26 22:28:37 -0400
Unfortunately Rachael is likely to have some hangings on her head from all of this. How much can Alberta take?

This is why everyone in BC has got to vote for Christie Clark. The NDP are the grim reapers.
commented 2017-04-26 22:25:14 -0400
Rachael is giving Albertans the finger. She is laughing, making fun. She loves to twist the knife she firmly inserted into the backs of Albertans. Notley is the worst kind of evil cow there is.
Nasty, now there is a ‘naaaasty woman’!
commented 2017-04-26 21:59:51 -0400
The dippers have Allready ( clotheslined ) our economy
A war tactic— clotheslineing the enemy bikers
They are getting so desperate, I think even basement dwelling millennials can see through that
commented 2017-04-26 21:14:20 -0400
Oh and I’m keeping my ten gallon a second shower head too.
commented 2017-04-26 21:13:19 -0400
Yeah.

Just got wind of the free light bulbs and had a discussion with my business partner on the matter.

I said, "Not a snowball’s chance in H. I will not accept free s**t nothing from that hack who’s probably going to want to come snooping inside to list all the other “bad things” we need to change to save energy, like all the windows, the furnaces, water heaters and whatever, no way no how. I do not want those rat b*s*a*d* in any of our buildings I’ll buy the &$# d** light bulbs myself."

Suck on that Nut-ley
commented 2017-04-26 20:39:13 -0400
I wish I lived in Alberta, free rope so I could build a cloth-line. But wait, I still have enough money left over to afford to use my dryer.
commented 2017-04-26 19:29:13 -0400
Very astute and IMO correct analysis MAURICE POTVIN.
commented 2017-04-26 19:29:13 -0400
Very astute and IMO correct analysis MAURICE POTVIN.
commented 2017-04-26 19:20:43 -0400
Since the introduction of the provincial carbon tax here in Alberta, I pay almost $1.00 a day on my home heating costs alone. JUST FOR MY FURNACE. Deb G. said it, math is hard for these commy fools. Just think of all the other areas where the leeches are sucking carbon taxes out of us, the ones where it is not made visible.

And then Donkey dick in Ottawa is slipping a gst on top of the already illegal tax, er um, levy I mean.

Seems like Rachael is covertly grinding the Leap Manifesto into us. If she and her cabinet could simultaneously bend over I know where that manifesto should go.

I actually like CANADIAN MONGRELS suggestion for a possible use of Notheads clothes line.

Good work as always SGR, our human pit bull.

Posting problem, hope my lap top doesn’t do another rapid fire, if so my apologies.
commented 2017-04-26 19:20:43 -0400
Since the introduction of the provincial carbon tax here in Alberta, I pay almost $1.00 a day on my home heating costs alone. JUST FOR MY FURNACE. Deb G. said it, math is hard for these commy fools. Just think of all the other areas where the leeches are sucking carbon taxes out of us, the ones where it is not made visible.

And then Donkey dick in Ottawa is slipping a gst on top of the already illegal tax, er um, levy I mean.

Seems like Rachael is covertly grinding the Leap Manifesto into us. If she and her cabinet could simultaneously bend over I know where that manifesto should go.

I actually like CANADIAN MONGRELS suggestion for a possible use of Notheads clothes line.

Good work as always SGR, our human pit bull.

Posting problem, hope my lap top doesn’t do another rapid fire, if so my apologies.
commented 2017-04-26 19:19:55 -0400
There are four people who were responsible for the NDP ascending to power in Alberta, and Rachel Notely definitely wasn’t one of them. The four people who got her elected were Alison Redford, the late Jim Prentice, Daniel Smith and Preston Manning. Alison Redford became one of the corrupt privileged elite, feathering her own nest by sucking on the tax payer’s teat. Maybe that’s who she always was. She wasn’t a true conservative by any stretch of the imagination. When Jim Prentice replaced her, nothing changed. He embraced the same values and policies as Alison Redford. Daniel Smith, stupidly following the advice of senile old Preston Manning, who used to be a true conservative but now seems to freely embrace his own senility, stabbed her own party and constituents in the back and joined the enemy. There is no doubt in my mind that if Daniel Smith hadn’t betrayed her party, a party she founded, she would be Premier today. So if anyone deserves the brunt of the blame for this NDP disaster, it’s probably Daniel Smith. I don’t believe she deserves to be Premier, but unfortunately it’s the citizens of Alberta that are paying the price for her betrayal.
commented 2017-04-26 19:12:21 -0400
NDP madness…I’m praying for you Albertans.
commented 2017-04-26 18:06:54 -0400
Sheila this reminded me of when my mother even hung the clothes outside in winter and would after a time bring my father’s long-johns in as stiff as a board.
commented 2017-04-26 18:05:30 -0400
I know exactly what I would like to hang using that $12 rope. It is not polite to say the name exactly, but the initials are NDP. Nice of them to provide the rope.
commented 2017-04-26 17:53:21 -0400
And Nanny Rachel continues to insult Albertan’s, by suggesting ways to cope with her economy killing carbon tax! She can get stuffed!
commented 2017-04-26 17:52:23 -0400
High rise apartment dwellers could use this. just imagine all the beautiful colors of cloths slapping against the buildings. Condo by laws be dammed. Just hang the kids on the line in their cloths. it will double as entertainment. weeeeeee. thanks Ratchel.
commented 2017-04-26 17:51:25 -0400
Most people didn’t vote for the NDP; it was because the right split the vote between the WR and PC’s. Eleven WR members crossed the floor to the PC party, prior to the election, without consulting their constituents, and this angered the people. I think it was three of these MLA’s who resigned, prior to the election, due to public anger, and the rest lost their seats, including Danielle Smith, who was the opposition leader, prior to her bowing to Prentice, after crossing the floor. That was sickening to watch! On top of that, Prentice decided to insult the citizens by telling us to look in a mirror, to see who was responsible for the state of AB’s economy. The responsibility belonged totally to the PC government, not the citizens. And he totally fumbled the budget that he planned. Prentice did get one thing right though, and that is the math is hard for Rachel Notley, and her socialist band of witches and misfits!
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