Wishful thinking by Steven Scott at the Courier Mail The plans for job cuts, privatisation and outsourcing by a conservative government in Queensland provide easy ammunition for federal Labor to throw at its political opponents. Indications so far are that the Federal Government is planning three lines of attack based on the state plans. Federal Labor
CRIMINALS face the seizure of luxury cars, houses and cash assets under a national blitz to fight gang-related crime. Julia Gillard today announced a new taskforce to crack down on gangs as she searches for a political circuit-breaker. I could be wrong but I thought criminals already faced such seizures. Admittedly I think the seizures
The Dark Side continue with their “Turnbull would be a better leader” push to try and sow more doubt in peoples mind about Abbott.Today’s contribution is from Windsor, of all people, who claims the Coalition would win with Turnbull. I’ve got news for you Windsor – the Coalition will win with Abbott and you, amongst
Gillard announces election to be held on 14 Sep handing the Coalition a huge advantage. Day One – ALP Craig Thomson arrested and charge with 149 incidences of fraud. Day Two - McClelland announces retirement Day Three - Ms Roxon and Senate leader Chris Evans announce retirement How’s it all working out for you so far Julia?
The new look Julia (wiser and softer) with her McTernan recommended glasses has announced the election date as 14 September. She hasn’t been to the GG so no writs have been issued….. it’s only words at this stage. In entirely unrelated news Craig Thomson has been arrested and is looking at 150 fraud charges. Well,
UNIONS are pressing the Gillard government to impose tighter obligations on companies that receive taxpayer handouts, forcing them to “give back to the community” by purchasing more Australian products and services. The toughened regime is on the agenda in the final talks over an industry statement due within weeks as Labor and the unions negotiate
RESOURCE and infrastructure giants will be told to spend more heavily with local manufacturing companies in a Gillard government plan due within weeks to aid struggling industries amid fears of a wave of further job layoffs. I presume that plan is in conjunction with her other plan that made products made by local manufacturing companies
THE future of skating rinks is on thin ice, with the carbon tax causing a number of family-run Sydney rinks to creak under the financial strain. The policy has also left its mark on commercial ice cube suppliers, making tap water 370 times more expensive by the time it makes its way to the ice
So in summary, when Julia Gillard was living with a self confessed thief whose best mate was also a self confessed thief, she helped them both to set up a ‘slush fund’ designed to steal money from the AWU membership. In what world is that defensible?
Blewitt takes a caning as Gillard. points out that he is not be trusted as, among other sins, he consorts with prostitutes. We shouldn’t believe anything he says and should take Gillard’s word before his. Blewitt’s consorting with prostitutes must be different than Thomson’s consorting as his word is to be trusted and his voted