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The Guardian AGE leaves a film of filth on your soul

As Pat notes about the Guardian so we can expect the AGE to go…

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  1. paulwello says:

    Iain, perhaps you could answer the question here.

    Iain, could you please explain to us all. Why is it that TA wants to dismantle the Carbon Price on companies, which on affects just over 300 companies but wants to bring in a PPL to be funded by a 1.5 percent levy on companies with taxable incomes in excess of $5 million. The levy will apply only to taxable income in excess of $5 million. Now this would be more than 300 companies would it not.

  2. GD says:

    Another excellent and pertinent address from Pat. As your title suggests, strike out the Guardian and the BBC and replace them with the Age and ‘our’ ABC. The rest of his words fit perfectly.

  3. GD says:

    However, as far as Australia is concerned, this ‘Reign of Error’ is coming to an end. It may not be soon, but it will be by the end of 2013. Read and weep, leftards…

  4. Iain Hall says:

    Paul
    I rise early and go to bed early and after 4 pm I cede the one computer in the the house that connects to the internet to my children so that they can pursue their interest in Minecraft so please don’t badger me to answer your question right away when they are posted at the times when I can’t answer them.

    Iain, could you please explain to us all.

    I’ll try but I expect that you will be immune to my good sense

    Why is it that TA wants to dismantle the Carbon Price on companies, which on affects just over 300 companies

    The part that I have emboldened is where you enunciate a false assumption, the carbon TAX will affect every aspect of our economy as there is no way under heaven that those “300” (its more than that) companies won’t increase the cost of their commodities or services to the rest of us The knock on effect is going to be truly massive, something that Gillard acknowledges by creating a massive money churn to “compensate” those people receiving government payments.

    but wants to bring in a PPL to be funded by a 1.5 percent levy on companies with taxable incomes in excess of $5 million. The levy will apply only to taxable income in excess of $5 million. Now this would be more than 300 companies would it not.

    While the number of companies who will have to pay this levy may well exceed 300 the affect on the greater economy will be orders of magnitude smaller than the Carbon TAX and its the effect on the economy as a whole that matters is it not?

  5. Iain Hall says:

    ‘Reign of Error’

    That is a great one GD!!!! could be the title of a Gillard retrospective 😀

  6. Ray Dixon says:

    Well it won’t be long, Iain, before you have to put your Gillard bashing to bed. If it’s not this month, it’ll certainly be within the next 3 that KRudd returns as PM. Then you’ve got a real battle on your hands. How dumb is Rabbott to get rid of his best chance of winning?

  7. paulwello says:

    But Iain, this Tax for the PPL is only going to help a certain number of people, but everyone will be paying the tax the the levy of 1.5% on a taxable income of $5,000,000.00 forcing these companies to raise there prices, therefore everyone pays and not one person gets compensation from the govt to cover these extra expenses.

  8. paulwello says:

    So Iain over 3000 companies will be paying this tax, and your trying to tell us there will not be price rises LOL.

  9. Iain Hall says:

    Well Ray when it happens I can dust off my “Brother Number One” epithet for Kevin Rudd. I really miss using that one 😦

    Paul
    The the tax from the PPL will help the whole nation because it will encourage/enable some of our best and brightest women to have children and experience teaches us that intelligent and high achieving parents tend to produce like minded offspring. That way we won’t need to import so many skilled people in the future. Don’t you think that would be good for the country?
    In any event who is going to benefit form the Carbon tax? Apart from the spivs and shonks that is.

  10. GD says:

    Well it won’t be long…before you have to put your Gillard bashing to bed

    Ah yes, but there’s always Labor bashing, which is where the real problems are.

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