Saturday, June 24, 2006

Car price blues

Canadians gouged on new car prices?
TORONTO - A study finding that the typical new car costs 17 per cent more in Canada than in the United States has "generated a considerable amount of flak from various circles inside and outside the automotive sector," says auto industry analyst Dennis DesRosiers.
The president of DesRosiers Automotive Consultants noted when he released the price data on Wednesday that cross-border comparisons are complex, and he acknowledged Friday that in at least one case the differential was overstated, though in another it was underestimated.

How long will it take for some Liberal to blame Stephen Harper?

New word

From the addendum to the Dictionary...

nifong (verb): to prosecute a dubious case for re-election purposes.

Monday, June 19, 2006

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The latest in the Carnival of Comedy and Carnival of Satire.