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TOPIC: Bills BILL SHOCK!!!

Bills BILL SHOCK!!! 5 months 3 weeks ago #161960

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Anyone contemplating voting Labor at the next federal election read this. We will be paying 30% more for electricity if this Muppet gets in the Lodge. And that's just the start.

thewest.com.au/business/renewable-energy...ealed-ng-b881057010z

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Bills BILL SHOCK!!! 5 months 3 weeks ago #161961

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OMG!!!!!!!!

Shades of the $100 lamb roast, and the demise of Whyalla. :lol:

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Bills BILL SHOCK!!! 5 months 3 weeks ago #161963

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DD wrote: Anyone contemplating voting Labor at the next federal election read this. We will be paying 30% more for electricity if this Muppet gets in the Lodge. And that's just the start.

thewest.com.au/business/renewable-energy...ealed-ng-b881057010z


The sleazy bagman strikes again. More pensioners and struggling families will fall further behind. Those living in places like Thailand will sit back and laugh.....hey Jack?
2x25= Seinor and Michael = 1xBrian Peake

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Bills BILL SHOCK!!! 5 months 3 weeks ago #161964

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greenism is an attack on the working class and that is coming from an old social democrat. Look closely at events in France which have their origins in two things:

1) green taxes
2) general austerity which they are forced to adopt to defend the value of the German Euro

Back in Australia, itself, people should ask themselves why Mcgowan has backed away from such green policies, and why, in turn, he won the last election. If Shorten is going to follow such policies he must, at least, compensate the poor.

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