Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Where the sun doesn't shine

Seems there is a big uptake for ACT's "stick the Carbon Trading Scheme where the sun doesn't shine" policy. Only problem is that its on the other side of the Tasman.

What will it take for National to wake up and come on board?
The last thing our farmers, industries and citizens need right now is to be lumbered with another item on their expense sheet, just so some fruitloop greenies and socialists can take more of our money, freedoms and choices away.

Interestingly, it seems it is the younger people waking up to the con. Maybe they are now realising that the "fears" they have been force fed aren't all they are cracked up to be.

It seems back here that an ACT party vote is looking more and more like the only vote for common sense.

2 comments:

Heine said...

To me it was always the most sensible vote Lou, always have always will.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

The ETS means we pay Vladimir twice for our oil. First when we buy the crude, second when we send him a cheque after we've burnt it.