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Friday, 21 September 2007
I Know Who I'm Not Voting For In The Ontario Election

The leaders debate last night was predictable and orientated to the converted of those parties represented.

I know now that I'm not voting Conservative or Liberal in the upcoming election. I was looking for an energy plan that could make Ontario an example for the rest of the world, but I didn't get it. 

Both Dalton McGuinty and John Tory seem to have the same energy policy, more expensive, high-maintenance nuclear reactors for Ontario. Only Howard Hampton (NDP) seemed to stress other energy alternates.

I'm either going to vote for the NDP or the Green Party.

The Government should be encouraging "alternate energy" companies to come to Ontario and create good jobs with enviromentally friendly products. 

Oil, Gas, Coal and even nuclear fission reactors will be phased out in the 21st century and replaced by renewable energy sources and nuclear fusion. Anybody with some foresight can see this coming.

Unfortunately, some politicians seem to think they can only get votes through negative attacks rather than having dynamic visions of the future.

Posted by qualteam at 2:50 PM EDT
Updated: Friday, 21 September 2007 3:41 PM EDT

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