Some people think an Emissions Trading Scheme is superior to a Carbon Tax. It’s time to expose the corrupt carbon credit casino.
Once upon a time there was a very vain Prime Minister who made many mistakes. So many silly mistakes that the country was in terrible trouble so, in desperation, he was finally knifed in the back by a former friend.
“Still, if you will not fight for the right when you can easily win without bloodshed; if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance of survival...
With his diminutive mate Chris Bowen in tow to cop the flak, Kev is looking to appear fiscally responsible without losing a single vote. Robbing banks might be an honorable vocation if that’s what Kev intended but he is actually robbing us, not the banks.
Tony Abbott is the perfect conservative candidate. Religious, family oriented, philanthropic, sporty, educated and sympathetic to the Aboriginal, gay and even feminist causes. His “broad church” even extends to shades of socialism. “Perfect!”, you might say.
Don’t worry about Fairfax, that irrelevant organisation is slowly pulling its own plug. But the ABC is government-funded and its charter is to cater for a range of views. It doesn't.
It’s a dodgy diagram but with Kev’s tactical adviser, Bruce Hawker, shadowing his every move, and the smug look on Uncle Kev’s face, it is clear they both believe they are on a winner.
Billions of dollars have been wasted in the war on carbon in the vain hope of reducing natural global warming. This has disrupted the electricity market, caused numerous business closures and created a costly and oppressive climate bureaucracy.
Yesterday, my daughter was so excited to tell me that she was allowed to buy a bag of jelly beans on the way to (prep) school to share with the other children. “Save a black one for me darling”, I jokingly yelled as she got into the car.