Kyoto Dead, CWB Dead, Happy, Happy!!

Funny how the lefties are striking out on all their protests.

Occupy....Dead, Kyoto....Dead, CWB....Dead. Pathetic, 30 people protest against the deregulation of the CWB.

Seriously, the left has blown their wad over climate change and other issues. How Liberal and NDP MP's can seriously think that restricting our farmers by making them sell their wheat to the CWB is a good idea, I will never know. They should hang their heads in shame at how they are subverting our farmers rights. If even one farmer wants to be free from the CWB yoke, that is one too many. No government has the right to force an individual to sell their produce to the CWB. Yet the left thinks it's perfectly okay. They use the argument that if the gun registry only saves one live....yet they fail to understand that a monopoly restricts farmers rights and freedoms.

Expect plenty of bleating about the Kyoto accord. Socialists love spending other peoples money, and Kyoto is a huge money transfer from developed countries to undeveloped countries, a cause that lefties can really get their teeth into. They love the underdog, as long as they can make money from grants and government programs. They could care less about the tribe in Africa that doesn't have fresh water, until that tribe becomes an icon for their movement.

A perfect example is Coke. They are giving the WWF 2 million to save our polar bears. Our polar bears are just fine, their populations are increasing, but Coke wants to use them as a marketing tool. I have emailed them and told them that we are buying Pepsi from now on. It probably won't make any difference, but I feel better.  

Lefties, supporting useless causes from Canada to Antarctica. Go and Occupy Durbin, but make sure you buy those useless carbon credits to offset nothing. 

Make those corporations who are using climate change as a marketing tool pay, Coke is first on my list. Look for those companies that use "holiday" instead of "Christmas" in their ads. Make them hurt by refusing to buy their products.