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NedKelly1 NedKelly1 56-60, M 15 Answers Jul 14, 2011

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WOW ! ! ! Someone finally got it right.

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I'm not sorry... I believe Gillard made the call that had to be made.<br />
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If we don't put a price on carbon, we won't value it. Simple.<br />
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Tony Abbott will NEVER get my vote. He wanted funding to investigate solar flares as the reason for global warming, and said Australia would get paid maternity leave "over his dead body". The guy is a moron.

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I would accept the carbon tax if it went to an election and allow the people to have their say, two things I dislike about her, stabbing Kevin Rudd in the back not the Australian way, and saying to the Australian voters before the election there will be NO carbon tax

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Dont forget Julia Gillard voted against the old age pensioners getting a pension rise

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And little Johnny said he would never bring in a GST, they're all liars Ned so we are left with no choices when we have to decide between dumb and dumber every four years. This country is in serious need of a good leader.

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But he also went to the Electorate. John Howard was re-elected leader of the Liberal party in 1995, and pledged "never, ever" to introduce the GST and Still, before the 1998 election, Howard proposed a GST that would replace all sales taxes, as well as applying to all goods and services -- John Howard had said that the "GST would never become part of Liberal Party policy", but his change of heart would become apparent in the lead-up to the 1998 campaign. It was passed by the Senate in June 1999 in a heavily amended form. The Leader of the Democrats, Meg Lees, viewed the dilution of the GST legislation as a success, but the issue split the Democrats,

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The Democrats were another lost cause in the end, now we've got a genuine risk with the Greens holding the balance of power. Hearing Bob Brown talk about economics is like listening to Stephen Hawking talk about basketball.

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they are not fools they are thieves

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Voters get the government they deserve

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We have been living in a dream reality for hundreds of years while the corporate elite have taken control of the government. Our (U.S.) President is just a puppet and the real pla<x>yers are behind the corporate veil. <br />
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INFOWARS.COM WAKE UP PEOPLE THERE ALL OVER THE GLOBE and they want to make us all prisoners.<br />
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Our country is nothing but an item on a corporate meeting agenda to be hashed out and broke apart and headed by supervisors of the business world.

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I'm gonna plead the 5th here... thinks we can all be fools...

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What and Tony Abbott would have been the wiser option , he can't even figure out he has no business wearing budgie smugglers ( shudders )

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Still better than, Lying Gillard, Mrs Bob Brown, Swann the Goose

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"Mrs. Bob Brown"... calling Brown a female is supposed to be derogatory?? Let me guess... you're an Abbott supporter.

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No I am not a liberal voter, Bob Brown what does Bob Brown stand for - NOTHING as the Greens are hopeless

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Yes to all of them

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Fool and more fools

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No

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it's more likely that we've been "fooled" by the "fools" :p

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