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Re: Political discussions
« Reply #135 on: Jun 05 07 11:39 »
I don't trust any of them, full stop.
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« Reply #136 on: Jun 05 07 11:41 »
yeah they do whine. Its almost like kids in the sand box.  
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« Reply #137 on: Jun 05 07 11:44 »
And the U.S. doesn't do the same thing?  You have to look at it from both sides.
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« Reply #138 on: Jun 05 07 11:50 »
I'm talking about all countries. When countries get into disputes it degenerates into a sand box mentality.  
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« Reply #139 on: Jun 06 07 10:08 »
The Swiss seem to do Ok.

Except for that unfortunate Nazi collaboration business...
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« Reply #140 on: Jun 15 07 10:07 »
$17.5 billion invested in transit over 12 years in the GTA starting next year.
MoveOntario 2020 will build 902 kilometres of new or improved rapid transit with 95 per cent of the construction expected to be completed by 2020.[/p] "What this is really all about is jobs," McGuinty said durign the press conference.[/p] "Our ability to have a growing prosperous economy and the good high-paying jobs that come with it, is dependent on the ability to move goods and people quickly, safely and efficiently."[/p] More than 175,000 jobs are expected to be created for the 52 new projects that include:[/p] [ul][li]The extension of the Yonge St. subway line to Highway 7 [/li][li]Electrifying the GO Lakeshore line and expanding capacity on all GO lines [/li][li]Expanded express bus service across Highway 407 [/li][li]Two rapid transit lines across Hamilton [/li][li]Air-rail link from Pearson International airport to Union Station [/li][li]Nine light-rail projects proposed for various locations across the GTA[/li][/ul] The electrification of the GO Transit line is expected to cut emissions in the province and reduce commute time from Hamilton to Toronto by 15 minutes.[/p] "That can make the difference between hearing about your daughter's first soccer goal or seeing it yourself," McGuinty said.[/p] The plan is expected to remove 300 million car trips from the road.[/p]
[a href="http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20070615/transit_plan_070615/20070615?hub=TopStories"]http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20070615/transit_plan_070615/20070615?hub=TopStories[/a]
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