Thursday, January 17, 2008

Isodope Man: Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound.

Able to create tax leakage where none previously existed.

Able to hollow out the Canadian economy and hand over prime Canadian oil and gas reserves to middle-eastern state-owned enterprises with a single tax policy:

January 16, 2008
TAQA completes $4.6 billion acquisition of PrimeWest Energy Trust
CBC News

January 17, 2008
TAQA cites letter from Jim Prentice urging further takeovers
Globe and Mail


Anonymous said...

What’s the political half life of a Harper isodope?

Dr Mike said...

Sure makes me proud to be an ex -Conservative!!!!!!

Thank God I saw the light--unfortunately , about 2 years too late & a few dozen lost income trusts too long!!!!


TruthInTrusts said...

Another one bites the dust. Since "The Folly", oil and gas trusts are down $17.765 billion as of close of business yesterday. Oil is over $90 and the Flim Flam Man has personally destroyed a market segment with his lies and miscalculations. The overall trust market reached a new low yesterday, down $36.773 billion since "The Folly".

Mary the golfer. said...

On one hand we have "Isodopes".

On the other hand , we have a "Bag of Hammers".

Is this like "dumb & Dumber"????

Personally , I think we would be better off with the bag of hammers.

Mary from Rodney.

Anonymous said...

Gary Lunn. One man regulatory streamliner


Minister Lunn speaks frequently about the need to streamline the regulatory approval process for energy and mining projects in Canada, and has made this a personal priority as he enters the next phase of his mandate.

Minister Lunn practiced law in Victoria and resides in Sidney, British Columbia. He is a member of the British Columbia Law Society. Minister Lunn taught first aid for St. John's Ambulance and CPR for the Canadian Heart Foundation and was a member of the Canadian Ski Patrol. He is an active member of the Knights of Columbus.

TruthInTrusts said...

The trusts have now lost $38.242 billion since "Flaherty's Folly". Down anoter $1.5 billion today.