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The Labor shuffle….

Hmm so much for a caring sharing Labor Party eh?

Who is surprised?

Cheers Comrades

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5 Comments

  1. deknarf says:

    So who should we take the $375 mill from Iain? What was it about charity and home again?

  2. Iain Hall says:

    Deknarf

    I actually don’t disagree with the notion that we should prioritise the needs of this country over others, however the point of this post is to highlight the way that Labor tried to do that in an underhanded and sneaky manner. It just goes straight to the ongoing issue of their credibility and trustworthiness.

  3. GD says:

    So the chickens come home to roost. It’s laughable isn’t it. Labor
    promises millions in foreign aid (which it hasn’t got) in order to gain
    a temporary seat on the UN Security Council and then has to pull back
    the funds (which it hasn’t got) to fund its open door, come one, come
    all refugee policy.

    What other programs will Labor have to curtail in order to pay for this
    profligate influx of welfare dependent, and possibly socially
    unacceptable, economic migrants?

    What other worthy programs will be curtailed to pay for the ‘Education
    Revolution’ which gave some schools an outdoor awning while other
    schools wait for air-con and heating?

    What other worthy programs will be curtailed because Labor has already
    spent the money on misguided ‘initiatives’ and failed ‘green schemes’?

    This fifth year of Labor’s mismanagement will be a telling one, as it
    becomes obvious that Labor has tied itself in knots attempting to be all
    things to the Leftist ideal, while actually delivering nothing other
    than symbolism, misandrist rants and the largest debt ever incurred by
    an Australian government.

  4. deknarf says:

    And the two side of politics don’t play the same type of games? C’mon Iain, none of the parties in parliament today have any credibility and trustworthiness.
    It just comes down to who’ll do the least damage to the economy and the populace of this country and we both have different views on that one, don’t we?

  5. Iain Hall says:

    Of course I won’t deny that both sides have tried this sort of nonsense but on this occasion the Labor party that have been caught out in this little shell game. Which is why I criticised them.

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