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Losing altitude - the downing of Howard & Costello : Comments

By Jonathan J. Ariel, published 22/3/2007

Qantas buy out: itís time to count the thousands of jobs that will go in the quest to asset strip and beautify it prior to a potential sale.

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Thanks for a clear explanation of what we fear the Qantas takeover bid is all about.
Posted by billie, Thursday, 22 March 2007 10:31:03 AM
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TEAM HOWARD OUT OF POWER?
WHAT BLISS!
Posted by VANKLEEF, Thursday, 22 March 2007 10:05:51 PM
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Interesting how the FF Senator Fielding is acquiring the knack of asking pertinent questions.
Today, in the midst of calamitous uproar over the broadband violation of the virgin Future Fund, Fielding rather quietly asked about the billion a year in tax Australia forgoes, also consequential to the selling out of Qantas to those he described as "sharks".
This while the hypocrites babbled on about broadband proposals supposedly "pilfering Australia's future"!
Posted by funguy, Friday, 23 March 2007 2:25:47 AM
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WELL SAID, FUNGUY.
Posted by VANKLEEF, Friday, 23 March 2007 9:43:29 AM
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This guy gets his dosh sucking the taxpayers tits as an "analyst".May the taxpayers pray that there are not many more like him otherwise wo wont have any taxpayers left to nourish him and those of his ilk.If we live in a democracy then the people are sovereign not "analysts".
Posted by Vioetbou, Tuesday, 27 March 2007 9:33:04 AM
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