Rolf Gerritsen’s ‘not much will change’ analysis is wrong on …

Comment on Voting for change? Don’t hold your breath. by Ian Sharp.

Rolf Gerritsen’s ‘not much will change’ analysis is wrong on a couple of important points.
Pricing carbon pollution will be abolished by the Coalition, a huge step backwards, and the NBN will be replaced by some third-rate fibre to a box somewhere at the end of the street. Not for me, thank you.
As for ‘Cameleer’: I’m a great believer in Sybil Fawlty’s comment to Basil: “If you are going to grope a girl, have the gallantry to be in the same room as her” when you do it. If you want to slag off at Snowdon, feel free … but have the guts to put your name to it. Or get a new nom de plume. Can I suggest ‘Cowardly Custard’ or ‘Gutless Wonder’?

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