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@ MWebb – have a bridge for sale – you interested? Come on, if this isn’t the greatest con going – the tax, no sorry is that the clean energy future?
Give me a break!
Will Steffen said on the Bolt Report on Sunday that it was irresponsible to say that the latest round of “wild weather” was down to climate change.
As they say – you can fool some of the people some of the time.

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Cool heads consider global warming
Do you think there wasn’t much heat in the debate because many people aren’t interested in the foolishness that Flannery spouts and are waiting for Abbot and his blood oath?


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Meanwhile, throughout the world, there is a growing realisation that the great climate con is all about the money and where it is flowing.
How much longer are people going to put up with this renewables fiasco?
It seems to have escaped a great number of politicians throughout the West that business = tax revenue and the more businesses that are driven out of operation by escalating costs the less real tax there is.


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They can give the damned money back!
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The arguments here over who is right or wrong are really moot.
The real question is how are we as a Territory going to pay for the services that our citizens need / demand.
If selling gas is the only option, then we sell gas.
We can no longer expect taxpayers in other struggling regional areas of the country to subsidise us $5.28 for every $1 we collect in GST revenues.

And just to highlight my personal views – I didn’t vote for the ALP because of their views on fracking / 50% renewables (which is totally unaffordable).
I voted for them because they weren’t Adam Giles.


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