Toronto Sun - - COMMENT -

I like to com­pare Trudeau’s car­bon tax to a restau­rant. Sorry, price on pol­lu­tion. Go back in time if you will and re­mem­ber when smok­ing was al­lowed in bars and restau­rants. The three largest emit­ters are China, the United States and In­dia. Con­sider these three as owners of a restau­rant while Canada owns a few select ta­bles in this es­tab­lish­ment. The restau­rant al­lows pa­trons to smoke within while the few Cana­dian ta­bles are smoke free. Get the pic­ture? Pay­ing a pre­mium to eat here is not worth it as the sur­round­ing ta­bles con­tinue to smoke, thus blow­ing it in your face. Sorry, prime minister, I don’t buy into your logic. Oh, I use the term logic loosely. WIL­LIAM COSTI­GAN

GUELPH (And if you dis­agree with the Lib­er­als, like so many of Canada’s premiers do on the car­bon tax, they call you a cli­mate change de­nier and all sorts of other names to scare Cana­di­ans into the Liberal “logic” that a tax is the only so­lu­tion)

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