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Jul 4, 2012

Clive Palmer slaps Swan; Turnbull, the NBN

A little political levity around today with Clive Palmer on Lateline, outlining some of his generosity of spirit and offering Treasurer Wayne Swan a week at his resort free of charge. Clive says that if Wayne contacts the manager he will get the best suite there free of charge.

It looks like he is not seeking political favors, as he suggested that if Wayne were to take a holiday for a while, the economy might improve. He is probably correct, all that this country needs at present for business to boom is for the government to get the hell out of the way.

Next time around, we should elect the laziest mob available who cant be bothered passing any more legislation and want to repeal anything that is going to cause them any bother.

Andrew bolt has come up with a great video of Malcolm Turnbull demonstrating the high farce that is the National Broadband Network:


Turnbull is a dedicated statist and would make a great Labor Party leader. Don’t ever buy a used car off him, but this is good.

2 comments:

  1. profoundly_disturbedJuly 6, 2012 at 2:54 PM

    "all that this country needs at present for business to boom is for the government to get the hell out of the way.

    Next time around, we should elect the laziest mob available who cant be bothered passing any more legislation and want to repeal anything that is going to cause them any bother"

    Mate, I like the sound of that, reminds of what was it now? Oh yeah, FREEDOM

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  2. During the LDP annual conference in Canberra last year, a taxi driver pointed out the MPs accommodation and remarked on how they often didn't get there until 2 or 3: AM and were out again in the early morning. He felt it was a sign of how hard they worked.

    My thoughts were that:
    (a) The fatigue factor is probably one of the reasons our laws are so bloody stupid, and;
    (b) If they just let go and stopped legislating on every human activity, they would get an easier life.

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