Climate change ‘solutions’ would bankrupt the country

I’m just so sick and tired of the climate change extremists trying to cram it down the throats of all Canadians.

There’s no solution to climate change.

I’m just so sick and tired of the climate change extremists trying to cram it down the throats of all Canadians.

If it’s true that we are ruining the planet, then why tell us that even if we stopped burning fossil fuels now, it would not make one bit of difference.

Have they ever thought about all the active volcanos spewing ash into the atmosphere or the forest fires? There is nothing we can do about climate change.

Even if we tax people to death with carbon taxes, and bring in carbon trading, it will make some people feel good,  but will affect nothing.

I am so glad our prime minister is not swayed by all this stuff. It would bankrupt the country.

David J. Standcumbe

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