Tuesday, July 19, 2005

What's with the Consumers Association?

It seems that the Consumers Association of Canada, and its various provincial branches, spend most of their time trying to prove state monopolies are better for consumers than the private sector.

In British Columbia, they defended state-run liquor stores as being best for consumers.

Doesn't it seem strange that a consumer group would advocate against choice and free markets? How come they are so silent on no-fault insurance that is such a rip-off for accident victims?

Why not tell us what the safest cars are, or how to get a good deal on a trip to Vegas?

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