PUBLIC WATCHDOG vs WHALEOIL (AND SUPPORTERS) – WHY NO ‘COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS’ OF ANY CCO MODEL?
7 April 2010
PUBLIC WATCHDOG vs WHALEOIL (& supporters…)
Attempted to get an (intelligent and reasoned?) debate going on the SUBSTANTIVE – not piddling issue of North Shore Mayor Andrew Williams peeing on a tree :
“Why has there never been a ‘cost-benefit’ analysis of any CCO model?
How does this represent ‘prudent stewardship’ / ‘fiscal responsibility’ over billion$ of public monies/resources?”
Unfortunately – I was spectacularly unsuccessful – appears no ‘right-wing’ blogger/supporter wants to even try to defend the indefensible….
My last post………………
“Still not one reasoned, intelligent comment countering the lack of ‘prudent stewardship’ or fiscal responsibility’ relating to the total lack of ‘cost-benefit’ analysis of the CCO model.
No disrespect folks (you know who you are) — but a number of your posts are quite frankly — pathetic — truly ‘sad’.
So — am I to conclude that ‘right-wing’ bloggers (or the ones who post on this site — including Cameron) don’t support the principles of ‘prudent stewardship’ or fiscal responsibility’ applying to billions of $$$ of public monies or resources?
That’s a vote-winning strategy the public will support!
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