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Thursday, October 02, 2008

CTF Goes Viral: No Carbon Taxes

The Canadian Taxpayers Federation has a cool online campaign going on called No Carbon Taxes.

As the name suggests, the CTF thinks "carbon taxes" along with "cap and trade" schemes are bad economic ideas that won't help the environment but will make us all poorer.

And so to get the message out its using a "viral marketing" strategy.

I like this campaign a lot, not only because I support the message, but because it's an innovative tactic, the kind of tactics conservatives need to use to win the war of ideas.

So check the site; sign the petition; post it on your blog and pass it along to to your friends.


It's a great way to stand up for lower taxes and less government.

Posted by Gerry Nicholls on October 2, 2008 in Canadian Politics | Permalink

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Thanks for the plug!

Posted by: Lee Harding | 2008-10-03 9:56:14 AM


If anyone wants to put a button on their blog that advertises our campaign, just use the code found at ErwinGerrits.com.

Posted by: Lee Harding | 2008-10-03 10:00:11 AM



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