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I was watching Morrisson, Pyne & another Liberal being interviewed a few days ago & no matter how much the Leftie journo tried , all three shot Labor & its policies down in flames.
I just hope we end up with a Conservative Govt kept in line by conservative independents. A Leftist Govt is simply just more nails in the coffin of this Nation. I just hope many first-time voters can think past the Labor hype.
LNP hasn't been much of a Govt lately but, when you look at Labor's legacy, what choice is there ? Labor is jeopardising the future of Australia, for what ?
Posted by individual, Monday, 11 February 2019 1:23:47 PM
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Australia seems to have no one to match the brilliance of Tucker Carlson. The abc is made up of terrible left wing feminist commentators who are bad for our nation. Bolt is probably the pick of our commentators who exposes the marxist madness that Labour, greens and the Turnbullite termites are up to.
Posted by runner, Monday, 11 February 2019 1:42:07 PM
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Comments like these certainly do not raise
the bar in discussions on this forum.
Posted by Foxy, Monday, 11 February 2019 1:57:36 PM
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Foxy,
how about offering your view on what the next Govt should focus on ? What's your take on the antics of Centrelink ? What's your view on foreign investment & land purchase ? What's your view on transport infrastructure ? What's your view on the fish kills in the Murray ?
No links please, just your own suggestions.
Posted by individual, Monday, 11 February 2019 2:21:57 PM
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Foxy the link was worth the read
In it Chris Pyne told the truth, do not be concerned on my behalf
In fact posts like most here are worth seeing
They enforce Pynes words
Believe me even the Liberals know they will be beaten
And it will be Labor that does it
SOME have difficulty staying in touch with reality
I truly believe this government, without its right wing, could put policy in place even now, that would win it the election
But know, the rabid right as seen here,will not let truth see the light of day
Personal attacks are it seems not against forum rules
Avoid it it is worth the effort
But in avoiding it this poster is restricted to what threads I can post in, a sort of upside down freedom of speech v freedom from abuse
Posted by Belly, Monday, 11 February 2019 3:38:06 PM
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Individual,

You asked what should the next government focus on?

Keeping the promises that it makes to be elected.

You asked about foreign investment?

Australia has a small population. Foreign investment fills
the gap between what Australia saves and invests every
year. Without foreign investment Australia would be
unable to build our economy to its full potential. It
would have less funds available to spend on hospitals,
schools, roads, and other essential services.

Your reference to the problems that CentreLink has
faced - I presume you're referring to the letters that
honest people have been wrongly sent and accused of fraud.
Of course the system should have been suspended until the
glitch was fixed. However, I think that 72% of people have
been able to fix their problems online and only 2.2% were
asked to provide supporting paperwork.

As for transport infrastructure? Immigration is being blamed
on our transport problems. I think the real problem lies in
jobs. Keeping jobs in city centres instead of moving them
out of city centres is what's creating the conjestion.
And this won't change until better planning takes place.

Fish-kills in the Murray? That is a major ecological
disaster and what is badly needed are independent probes
that will ensure the need for long-standing issues getting
a public airing.
Posted by Foxy, Monday, 11 February 2019 3:48:44 PM
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