A thick, dark, toxic, gooey center surrounded by a hard, tasteless outer shell.
Mmmmm, anybody want a piece?
It may sound good to some but most would prefer none, and that says a lot when it comes to pie because most everyone would agree that everybody loves pie.
To ignore the red flags of Enbridge would be like ignoring the oil light on your car’s dashboard.
Obviously, our dependency on fossil fuels isn’t going to disappear overnight, so until we reluctantly concede to a lower-carbon economy, we must choose the projects that make the most sense and are truly in the best interests of all Canadians.
The Northern Gateway pipeline proposal is about as radical as radical gets.
I guess that’s why it’s being so fiercely defended by its proponents.
I don’t know about you, but if you have to try that hard to sell something, it can’t be all that good.
So I think I’ll pass on the pipeline pie, but I might try some of that cake.
John Freeman, White Rock