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- January 18, 2010 - 11:11
Yes but the Feds have the checkbook ,they can withold it wherever they are uncomfortable with . This announcement is in support of Mr Kerr giving positive optics for the voting pattern in last election in that area . You won't find him in CCMV . The currant MP has in effect separated the riding from any political advantages . The crass business plan of the ADN of only allowing the degenerat viewpoint , such as f bear , should make poor longterm results . IMO
- Not a Very
- January 18, 2010 - 11:03
well if that's the case goodluck on any conservative getting voted in in CCMV. who wants to vote for the conservative guy whose gov't shafted the local area.
- January 18, 2010 - 10:53
Anyone want to take a guess as to how much of this money Cumberland County will get!!!!!! If your answer is nada you win the cupie doll. Whoo hoo!
Sorry folks but were still on a time out from our fearless leader in Ottawa.
He wants us to reflect back to this areas decision to re-elect Bill Casey.
IT WAS STILL WORTH IT MR.HARPER!!
- Fuzzy Bear
- January 18, 2010 - 10:38
play nice tmtm...ps...its spelled degenerate...and long term prognosis is ...were getting the shaft period.
- Ace Frehley
- January 18, 2010 - 10:35
ummm, harper has no control over how the Provincial Gov't spends money on roads. The Feds have no power over this and I would think it would be awfully hard for say a conservative to get elected in Nova Scotia on that sort of platform.