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Friend of Science endorses Far Right Wing Party and gets raptured

 
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Notorious Calgary climate change denier Norm Kalmanovitch was raptured (i.e. taken into heaven) today. The rapture came, as predicted, with an earthquake of 0.01 on the Richter scale. Bad for geophysicist Norm that he lived on a plate margin and not a stable craton. Here are his famous last written words.


BY NORM ‘Neanderthal’ KALMANOVITCH, CALGARY HERALD MAY 14, 2011
 
 
Re: "Wildrose too right wing to win: academics," May 13.
Academics seem to be confused over the difference between "right and left" and "right and wrong," because both the Conservatives and Wildrose are on the political right, but it is clear from the mess we are in that the Conservatives have been continually wrong and voters are now looking for political leadership that is right.

The Wildrose Alliance is a grassroots party putting people first and working to develop programs that will serve the people and stop wasting money on political posturing.

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On health care, the Wildrose is going straight to the heart of the problem, talking to front-line health-care professionals to determine how to fix the system instead of importing highpriced heads of health care who only make matters worse.

They are the only party, left or right, opposing the government's wastage of billions of taxpayers' dollars on the ridiculous notion of sequestering and burying CO2 to stop global warming, which actually ended over a decade ago [1st of January 2002 according to his Friends of Science, which truly is more than a decade ago].

Common sense and serving the people who elected them is fundamental to their policies.

This is not a new concept, and in fact, is a founding principle of socialism; so in fact, the "far right" is actually "left," the established "left" is too ineffective to be anything, and the centralist "right" is just plain wrong.

Norm Kalmanovitch, Calgary
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