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heavyall Jul 10th, 2015 08:21 PM

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fjnmusic Jul 11th, 2015 02:22 AM

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Originally Posted by heavyall (Post 1995889)


Man, she looks good in that picture.

Also, Heavyall, you know this is not actual debt yet, right? It's a line of credit.


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Macfury Jul 11th, 2015 02:58 AM

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Originally Posted by fjnmusic (Post 1996033)
Man, she looks good in that picture.

Yeeseshh. Are you looking at that photo from the bottom of a bottle?

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Originally Posted by fjnmusic (Post 1996033)
Also, Heavyall, you know this is not actual debt yet, right? It's a line of credit.

Are you not following the thread?

SINC Jul 11th, 2015 03:03 AM

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Originally Posted by fjnmusic (Post 1996033)

Also, Heavyall, you know this is not actual debt yet, right? It's a line of credit.

You included the key word, YET.

Step one on the road to ruin by another Dipper government.

fjnmusic Jul 11th, 2015 04:13 AM

The Alberta NDP Thread
 
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Originally Posted by SINC (Post 1996057)
You included the key word, YET.



Step one on the road to ruin by another Dipper government.


Or anyone, for that matter. Do you have a line of credit? The existence of one is not a problem; it is a problem if you don't repay what you borrow. But given historically low interest rates, it makes more economic sense to borrow than to cut spending at this point. Infrastructure for example is not going to get any cheaper.


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Macfury Jul 11th, 2015 04:21 AM

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Originally Posted by fjnmusic (Post 1996073)
Or anyone, for that matter. Do you have a line of credit? The existence of one is not a problem; it is a problem if you don't repay what you borrow

Reminds me of that idiot Democrat congressman from Maryland, Steny Hoyer:

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Does the country have a spending problem? The country has a paying-for problem.

So fill us in. How does the NDP plan to repay it?

pm-r Jul 11th, 2015 04:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Macfury (Post 1996081)

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So fill us in. How does the NDP plan to repay it?


Won't they just join up with Greece?? :o

Macfury Jul 11th, 2015 06:30 PM

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Originally Posted by pm-r (Post 1996337)
Won't they just join up with Greece?? :o

Will Greece have them?

pm-r Jul 11th, 2015 06:54 PM

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Originally Posted by Macfury (Post 1996465)
Will Greece have them?

Opps…, never considered that, and probably doubtful as they are a proud race. ;)

FeXL Aug 10th, 2015 01:18 PM

So, how are the commies doing? Let's have a look.

Canadian Oil Sands loses $128M in 90 days - $120M were Notley's new taxes

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Canadian Oil Sands just issued its quarterly financials. They lost $128 million in the past 90 days, compared to the $176 million profit they made this time last year.

And $120 million of that recent loss -- all but $8 million -- is from the Alberta NDP's new tax increase.
OK, that's not so good. Anything else?


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Ezra Levant of TheRebel.Media reports on another oil company reporting significant losses, and it's not due to falling oil prices.
Hmmm, anybody see a pattern here?

I guess the point is, if you have an industry that is already on its knees, why kick it when its down?

Related:

Oilsands may have to be left in the ground, says NDP candidate

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Linda McQuaig, a star New Democratic Party candidate, says Alberta’s oilsands may need to remain undeveloped in order for Canada to meet its climate change targets.

The NDP candidate for Toronto Centre told Investor Central Network’s Power & Politics there should not be a rush to extract from the oilsands without proper environmental assessments.
I guess we'll just all have to burn unicorn farts, then. By all means, let's vote for the Commies federally, too.

Unbelievable...


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