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Fascist Oligarchs Attack Cute Cuddly Canadians
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Emcee:  marcos Type:  Unmoderated
So the timber baron mafiosos who slither the halls of Washington power figure they've bought themselves a guvmint that will give them a quick pop on their land holdings appraisals, do they ... Round One to them as a matter of course, a Diktat from the 'Commerce' department for a near twenty per cent penalty for canadian product ... there will be other rounds, do they think they can con the domestic consumer and the NAFTA tribunal for long, do they think they can dictate land tenure structure to the inhabitants of a sovereign nation? ... well they better have another think coming, eh

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1290' Our story rested on five simple foundations that came from listening very marcos-September 24
1289Despite assurances, Buy American lives Language restricting foreign suppliers shLoneClone-3/11/2009
1288Message 25476230 From: teevee Can tariffs on Canadian oil and natural gas be farThe Black Swan-3/8/2009
1287Yes lots of infrastructure could be built that serves our needs one way or anothThe Black Swan-3/7/2009
1286I still think it will never get built. Too many British columbians don't wanLoneClone13/7/2009
1285They should revive and modify that Kitimat project into a dual line project, oneDavid-3/7/2009
1284If this goes to court, we may find out what is the real cost of oilsands crude. The Black Swan-3/7/2009
1283The one BC forest company I've paid attention to over the years, took their Tommy Moore-11/27/2008
1282Pope & Talbot going down, just heard from friends on the island, nothing commarcos-5/10/2008
1281'“If we don’t capture these clean energy jobs, they’ll just move overseas. Tmarcos-11/12/2007
1280Hi Snowshoe, sorry forgot about your post until rose came along ... no, never knmarcos-11/12/2007
1279i don't think he had the wherewithal to fake his own death. the anger, amonabuelita-11/9/2007
1278>>the feeling around here is that there was foul play afoot in his disappeSnowshoe-11/9/2007
1277i daresay he wasn't a mad logger, but rather a mad environmentalist and the abuelita-11/8/2007
1276I'm reading a book about a mad BC logger named Grand Hadwin. Did you ever mSnowshoe-10/23/2007
1275Marcos, Things sure have changed since this thread started! Back then the US dSnowshoe-10/23/2007
1274Farm Security: The mohair of the dog that bites you If you're like most Amemarcos-10/20/2007
1273Hi Marcos, Looks like the US sugar/cotton wall is starting to crumble... <bSnowshoe-10/16/2007
1272Take another look, it's the same exactly - canadian producers and US taxpayemarcos-1/18/2007
1271This could be bigger than the lumber dispute. Now Canadians are attacking cute Snowshoe-1/10/2007
1270Why is it the Canadian government has such a penchant for taking it up the ass fTommy Moore-10/16/2006
1269Lumber price-freefall splinters earnings outlooks ______________________________Snowshoe-10/6/2006
1268Canada says ready to implement U.S. softwood deal ______________________________Snowshoe-10/6/2006
1267U.S. working with Canada on latest lumber woes: Schwab _________________________Snowshoe-10/6/2006
1266U.S. lumber producers angry at softwood agreement one-month delay canada.com StSnowshoe-10/3/2006
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