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Reality of wind turbines  

Credit:  www.lakeshoreadvance.com 27 September 2011 ~~

Let’s be honest. If all of Ontario’s industrial wind turbines and solar panels were interconnected they could not reliably power one lightbulb.

This reality has long been understood and is why Ontario has always maintained an adequate supply of reliable, affordable, elecrical power generation that meets our province’s daily needs.

Simply put, taxpayer-subsidized hyper-expensive and unreliable electrical energy from wind turbines and solar panels is purely an excess and a total waste of our hard-earned dollars.

Is it worth: destroying our community’s social harmony and natural beauty; risking our families’ health, property values and affordable electricity costs; risking the funding of our most-important priorities of healthcare, education, disaster relief and debt reduction, all for the sake of a misguided ‘green energy’ fantasy?

On October 6th please be honest with yourself and your community. Use your ballot to help end this destruction, waste and dangerous risk.

Sincerely,

Len Lobb, Clinton Ontario

Source:  www.lakeshoreadvance.com 27 September 2011

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