Here comes our carbon tax

Vaguely symbolic at best, won’t do our money-making industries one bit of good, the planet won’t even notice…

Worst PM ever.

    • Sean of Deer Park
    • October 12th, 2011

    Yep. Democrazy just hit Peak Stupid in Australia.
    I don’t much like this ride, I feel sick and I wanna get off.
    Somebody… Make it stop! Please.

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      • Winston Smith
      • October 18th, 2011

      I know what you mean, Sean. I just put last Fridays government borrowings in the chart I use to depress myself. And guess what? It worked.
      I’ve increased the antidepressants, but it’s not helping.
      I’m watching my super get hammered on a daily basis and you just KNOW that the GFC part 2 hasn’t even come over the mental horizon of the lunatics in Canberra.
      I can understand how Germany decided Democracy was no good when they had the Weimar Republic, and how Hitler found it so easy to get in.

        • Sean of Deer Park
        • October 21st, 2011

        I’ve been having a giggle at your comment since I read it, Winston; “It worked”, indeed. Laughter is the best medicine.

  1. Not a peap in the headlines in the USA. You have to dig to find it.

    • That’d be right. Worst PM ever tries to con us into thinking it’s so momentous, other countries have it, we’re leading the world… and yet in reality, not a single f*ck was given that day.

    • Merilyn
    • October 13th, 2011

    Did you see them hugging and kissing each other and back-slapping, the Labor Party just endorsed a massive liar, and yes they “killed”democracy by not taking the carbon tax to the people for it to be voted on. Stupid woman [thanks Mick].

    • The photo that got me was Rudd, Gillard and that snake Tony Windsor laughing it up. The fact that Windsor can play such a pivotal part in upsetting the Australian economy, purely because he’s still chucking a sook at the Nationals, is beyond contempt.

    • Merilyn
    • October 13th, 2011

    Labor rejoicing.

  2. A Judas Kiss for our times.
    And today, Bolt posts on the ballooning cost of the NBN. Massive pay packets for those on the gravy train, but bugger-all in the way of actual customers.
    The government fancies that the carbon tax is all tied down, nailed in, and no returns. Given their record on everything else this has a good chance of being wrong too.
    A small ray of hope. But the only one I can find.

    • It’s like they do something relatively small, fail spectacularly, and then come up with the solution of failing at something even bigger, then bigger again, and again, and on and on it goes.

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