This guy is unbelievable. Old Warren wakes up from his …

Comment on NBN: Higher cost for less speed in Lingiari by Michael Dean.

This guy is unbelievable. Old Warren wakes up from his 20 year snooze in Parliament long enough to bag the other party, then goes back to sleep.
Time to move on Warren, new blood and ideas are needed.

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