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snipped-for-privacy@disneyland.burp says...

Like the subject line...
Is it a reference to the character of Harper and/or Flaherty?
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Sure LOL
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On Sun, 20 Jun 2010 12:47:41 -0700 (PDT), Robatoy

Gaggg!
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Y'all are not going to do that Igloo thing again, are you? :)
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On Sun, 20 Jun 2010 21:57:18 -0700, "Lobby Dosser"

This one?
http://www.offthemarkcartoons.com/cartoons/1995-03-12.gif
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LOL!
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Robatoy wrote:

Here's a graph of how Canada's economy stacks up among world nations, along with a detailed graph of the US situation:
http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1353/4726048479_72da71f711.jpg
I think Canadian public debt/GDP is now 38%, compared to about twice that for the US, and the US figure is going to reach 100% while Canada's ratio will continue to decline, to zero in a few decades. So if the Canadian ever gets into another recession (because the US stimulus is too small or because Germany's Merkel refuses to face reality and implement much needed stimulus), it will be in a much, much better position to finance any needed stimulus than most nations will.
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In article

Yeah, but we're still an exporting nation. We don't have the population to do otherwise, and if those Ontario and Quebec lefties succeed in hamstringing oilsand production in Alberta and Sask they're going to learn real time what "let the Eastern bastards freeze in the dark REALLY means.
Oh, and the US is going to have some energy problems, too. China, OTOH...
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"Dave Balderstone" wrote:

China, who consumes fossil fuels at less than half the rate of the USA, is making serious investments in renewable energy sources while we in the USA continue to whistle in the dark.
The latest being the guy in New Jersey who has developed a new lower cost photo-cell.
Tried to get investment capital in the USA, was told it would take in excess of $750K up front in just legal fees and permits to get started.
The Chinese welcomed him with open arms.
They are closing the deal as this is written.
Lew
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Lew Hodgett wrote:

Well, according to CIA Factbook 2008 data China's electric power generation was within 85% of that of the US and they're adding roughly 500 MWe of generation per/_WEEK_ (MIT, EIA) and IEA and EIA estimates 70% of that will be coal-fired thru 2030. They've added 1000 TWH-hrs of coal-fired generation between 2005 and now.
It won't be long before they've caught and passed US. Meanwhile, indeed they're looking at alternative but it's going to be nearly impossible to see in the larger picture as being of any real difference. One thing for sure is they're not going to hamstring their economic development on the say-so of the green movement.
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