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.
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.