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Cutting Out the GST on Sanitary Products is Mere Gesture Politics

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The story was ''broken'' by New Idea in January 1993. Murdoch's British papers, the rest of Fleet Street and the world media then republished with abandon. The tape's notoriety was due to Prince Charles's wistful remark that he'd like to be Camilla's ''tampon'', to which she replied: ''You are a complete idiot Oh, what a wonderful idea.''

In the republic of USA 9 states don't tax a Charles and 7 states are reviewing the hacked tapes for Russian involvement .
Posted by nicknamenick, Friday, 5 October 2018 10:12:05 AM
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Morrison IS the 'rabbitt pulled out of the hat' by the lefty Liberals because they hated the idea of their Labor-lite party being pulled back to where it should be by Peter Dutton. There is nothing to be had from the rabbit, Morrison, who is too busy telling us what his job is NOT to reveal what he thinks his job IS. So far, Morrison appears to stand for nothing, believe in nothing, just like Turnbull.
Posted by ttbn, Friday, 5 October 2018 12:36:15 PM
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ttbn,
Give the bloke a go after all even the best captain can't run a ship he iherited as a complete wreck with dill crew. Let him get out of dry dock first then judge his seamanship.
He was part of the outfit that brought in the downright idiotic asset test & thus far I have seen no changes nor is there any word on Tax reform. If he fails to at least show us he's looking at these BEFORE the election then well, he's a goner.
He can alway ring me if he's stuck for ideas ;-)
Posted by individual, Friday, 5 October 2018 5:56:50 PM
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The fact is inconstance / sanitary pads are used by many men as well as women not just a few days a month but every day after bowel or urinary surgery. In some cases for the rest of their life. To claim they are gender taxed is then a lie. If such is the case there is a government subsidy toward the purchase of such; as these are then classed as health items.
Posted by Josephus, Saturday, 6 October 2018 6:55:08 AM
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individual,

Give him a go? He has had his go: a chance to cut ties with Paris, cut out subsidies on inefficient renewables, cut immigration, for just a few. He has says he is not going to do these things. The man is a grinning baboon. Peter Dutton was the only person who might have got my vote back to the Liberals, and Morrison and his good mate and mentor, Turnbull, put a stop to that. I will be writing 'none of these' on my ballot paper for the lower house, and voting for Australian Conservatives in the senate.
Posted by ttbn, Saturday, 6 October 2018 9:02:32 AM
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>Let him get out of dry dock first then judge his seamanship.
To get out of drydock, one must first be IN drydock.
And that's tentatively scheduled for May.
Posted by Aidan, Saturday, 6 October 2018 10:29:51 PM
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