February 01, 2016

This graphic sums up the Liberals' contempt for Canadian oil

StaffRebel Columnist

A new graphic created/tweeted by Calgarian Mark Gaudet really hammers home how the Liberals feel about Canadian oil.

It ties together all the links, from the money source to the delivery medium and to the policy makers.

It really goes to show just how radical members of the Liberal party such as Gerald Butts are and how their decisions will affect our economy.

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commented 2016-02-02 13:00:58 -0500
Glenn Reid, it would make a terrific billboard, plastered right across the country. And lawn signs, I’d put them in my neighbourhood.
commented 2016-02-02 07:14:28 -0500
Consensus…If the US would give each Canadian $2 million US$, they could own us and our resources cheap and we’d have enough money to retire on…maybe it is time to become American and we wouldn’t even have to move.
commented 2016-02-02 07:04:52 -0500
When will Alberta separate? too late…now they are finished…they should have struck while the iron was hot…it has been all downhill since they decided to stay…Canada has become a nation of losers
commented 2016-02-01 20:32:13 -0500
Billboards of this need to be shown across once Canada.
commented 2016-02-01 19:35:15 -0500
Andrew said, “Alberta has had over 250 Billion dollars sucked out of it by the do nothing, loser provinces since 1950. With that kind of scratch we would be better off on our own.”

Yes, and I hear what you are saying, but when the synthetic rubber meets the tar pavement is that Alberta is land locked. If Alberta with BC and Saskatchewan separate, then I am all in favor of that, but I think that is it more likely a black hole will appear over Justin’s head than BC joining Alberta in separating from Canada, which means we are still land locked. And since it appears just as likely that the black hole will appear over Justin as getting another pipeline to the BC coast, just think about how hard it will be if Alberta becomes its own country.

If Alberta becomes part of the US, at least they will be friendly to the oil and gas sector in Alberta and we can start working again.
commented 2016-02-01 19:33:43 -0500
Thanks for the link ANDREW
Was looking that info to bash a Leftie with!

“The Greens are too Yellow to admit there Reds!"
Tim Ball said that I Think?
commented 2016-02-01 19:02:51 -0500
“Well, with the Federal government against the oilsands and the Alberta NDP against the oilsands and with the price of oil per barrel so low, now is the time for Alberta to leave Canada and join the USA as the 51st state. " Why on earth would we want to join the US? They are as bad or worse than Canada in regards to anti-energy policy. Alberta has had over 250 Billion dollars sucked out of it by the do nothing, loser provinces since 1950. With that kind of scratch we would be better off on our own. Why that’s almost as much as Ontario has pissed into the windmills. What we are beginning to see with the NDP and Liberals is the dawning realisation that they need Western Oil MONEY to fund the welfare state. So we have Trudeau asking Leonardo to “Tone it down” and Rick Mercer Ranting about “We are all in this together.” They need the money. So called “renewables”, or Clean Energy Transition is a pipe dream. There is not one credible example of this ever being done anywhere. “Renewables” are a net loss to Government coffers. They create no real jobs, nor do they actually “replace” carbon based energy. Really, if it actually worked. Why is Ontario’s debt closing in on 300 Billion? And why are they still importing oil and gas?

“New Geography’s Matt Ridley starts off by asking which view homeowners would prefer — a modest gas well or a towering, noisy commercial windmill — and then explains that choosing wind means you get both.”
http://hotair.com/archives/2011/11/06/why-natural-gas-beats-wind-power/ The real reason they are pushing this might be… It’s a scam?

commented 2016-02-01 16:30:38 -0500
Peter, you are right… but I tried.
commented 2016-02-01 16:29:00 -0500
Hey here’s an idea, why don’t we apply to the lefties reverse logic that Captain Kirk used to defeat the robots in the 1967 episode I, MUDD!
The crew engages in a clownishly silly activities in an attempt to confuse and overload the Norman android. Illogic causes the androids to go into lockup loops, insensible to further input. Mudd and Kirk pose Norman the Liar paradox, where Kirk claims everything Mudd says is a lie and Mudd declares that he is lying. Unable to resolve this contradiction, Norman shuts down. Without a controlling leader, the other androids freeze up. This allows them to be reprogrammed to return to their original task of making the planet habitable and productive!
Could work you never know if we don’t try it out!
commented 2016-02-01 15:50:42 -0500
The Alberta oil sands WILL become productive again. When ISIS (Trudeau’s refugee boys) take over Canada, they will MAKE SURE the oil sands become productive so that they can continue to fund their hegemonic global jihad. Just wait and see. (Oh, wait. I guess we won’t be able to “see” per se, because as infidels we will all be beheaded… but it will be great for Canada)
commented 2016-02-01 15:39:35 -0500
Bill Smith, good idea, but you are using a logic argument to present your idea of equality between imported oil standards and regulations vs. Canadian oil, which of course the Left cannot understand because they intrinsically cannot follow logic. You have to make an emotional “argument” to justify your proposal of equality. ;o)
commented 2016-02-01 15:31:01 -0500
Deiter Cunth – I agree whole heartedly.

Liza Rosie – I can understand your reticence, but as Deiter mentioned, the US states retain considerable sovereignty, far more than the Canadian provinces do. And just think, maybe we would instantly own the natural resources under our properties, like they do in the states.

My problem would be going from thinking of red and the bad color to the good color. ;o)
commented 2016-02-01 15:27:49 -0500
Bill Smith: perfectly reasonable to everyone, except if you are on the radical left with another agenda. “willful ignorance” has morphed into “studied ignorance” and that could destroy Canada, Islamist immagrents having paved the way.
commented 2016-02-01 15:12:07 -0500
The regressive “progressive” mind is wired in a totally different way, and I worry that we are going about this all wrong… It’s no use to use facts and logic, we need to promote “equality”. For example, we have safety regulation is Canada… one cannot simply buy a car in the US and bring it into Canada.. the importer must prove that the car meets Canadian standards… so, lets allow the progressives to make whatever standards that they want… and apply them also to imported oil. Example, no tankers allowed out of Canada.. fine, then no tankers allowed into Canada… a special tax for Canadian oil producers, fine… apply the same tax to imported oil…. the worlds highest safety standards and reviews… fine, then the foreign oil producers must also abide by the same standards and review, etc… etc… fair is fair, right??? And if the so-called progressives make the universal standard too high, then we just won’t have oil… and yeah, that would last about an hour or two.
commented 2016-02-01 15:07:14 -0500
Annexation by the US is not only preferable, but it will immeasurably improve the lives of Western Canadians.

US states enjoy considerable sovereign powers and state’s rights.

The cultural war in the US is close to boiling over. Alberta could become part of a new, powerful Union of Red States.

Canada will soon be finished. Get ready to pack up and go.
commented 2016-02-01 15:04:28 -0500
I am amused by a recent article that declared that Alberta’s sovereignty movement is a non-starter and always will be. Well, surprise, surprise, the movement is starting up and it’s gaining credibility. Once a provincial movement endorses Alberta sovereignty, the tide will have turned against Ottawa and Toronto’s colonialism.
commented 2016-02-01 14:46:25 -0500
Peter, while every true westerner( to anyone out there…if you have to ask you’re not one) is pissed off enough to want to cut the east off, the last thing I would be interested in is being sucked up by the U.S. Tecumseh and Brock are rolling in their graves at the thought.
commented 2016-02-01 14:33:28 -0500
PETER NETTERVILLE commented 19 mins ago – a few carefully planned assassinations and presto, Canada is back. Much less work than separating too.

Any takers out there who is willing to “take one for the team”?
commented 2016-02-01 14:24:17 -0500
I`m with Peter …We need some strong minded leadership to advance the possibility of this …At the very least we need to present this as a viable option . The time has arrived for like minded people to start to pressure government at both levels. We can not sit by and watch our freedoms and rights being destroyed any longer
commented 2016-02-01 14:21:36 -0500
Further to Mr Netterville, it sort of makes one sad that in the 1870’s we had a decisive P/M and parliament such that the NWMP were created to prevent the effective take over of Alberta and Saskatchewan by Montana. While we look at the NWMP as a response to the whiskey trade, it was really an act of sovereignty. Sadly, Junior could care less about that unless it is for Quebec’s benefit.
commented 2016-02-01 14:12:49 -0500
Well, with the Federal government against the oilsands and the Alberta NDP against the oilsands and with the price of oil per barrel so low, now is the time for Alberta to leave Canada and join the USA as the 51st state.
commented 2016-02-01 13:55:59 -0500
we’ll be buying ISIS oil next….