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Clive And Christine: Different Dreams Of A Carbon Tax


This back-flip from Palmer certainly proves that we should take all of his posturing in the media as part of his gamesmanship rather than an enunciation of his actual policy intentions. Unfortunately the media pundits don’t seem to be able to cope with the simple notion that a player in the Game of Politics can so easily change their stance on an issue the way that journalists change their underpants. To be frank when I heard that Milne was having conniptions about the imminent demise of her beloved Carbon Tax I did experience more than the briefest moment of Schadenfreude, especially as there are so many more opportunities for the the Greens to be further humiliated as they slip further and further into irrelevance with the changes to the senate due in a few short weeks. Thanks to the stupidity of the Labor Party in sticking with the Carbon tax after their fall from electoral grace the Greens have been able to claim relevance for far too long since the last election and I will join most of the nation in breathing a collective sigh of relief when they lose the balance of power.
Cheers Comrade Yale



  1. les h matthews says:

    I never bother to read what you write anymore, it’s just the same old shit repeated over and over.

  2. Iain Hall says:

    by all means feel free to submit guest posts to me via my email and then we can judge your abilities as flippantly as you judge mine

  3. GD says:

    I never bother to read what you write anymore

    You just did..

    I guess logic and comprehension are beyond some leftards..

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