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What thinking Australians Are Thinking – Friday 20/5

What thinking Australians Are Thinking – Friday 20/5

Bill Shorten certainly gets upset when Peter Dutton tells the truth. He would be even more upset if some of his frontbench started telling the truth. Greg Kater, Sanctuary Cove, Qld Everything that Peter Dutton said about refugees is correct. The EU did a survey on...

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Dumb And Dumber

Tabloid gottcha questions from a couple of low rating radio hosts aside, 2UE breakfast, how did it ever get to this? This is the end result of dumbing down, where even the teachers are illiterate. Blind leading the blind. Far better that we have...

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What Thinking Australians Are Thinking

What Thinking Australians Are Thinking

It's interesting that Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison are worried about taxing backpackers, who have no vote in this election, but they don’t worry about taxing self-funded retirees, who have voted Liberal all their lives. Alison Copeman, Palm Beach, NSW Owning a...

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What Thinking Australians Are Thinking

What Thinking Australians Are Thinking

What thinking Australians are thinking. So, Labor, if elected, will provide “free” swimming lessons for all children at a cost of $41 million of taxpayers’ money. This is populist politics on steroids. What’s next? Free piano lessons, free bread and circuses? Michael...

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Aged Care Hospital Avoidence

This story goes to the very essence of my hospital avoidance argument in my aged care policy positions outlined here. We can only begin to imagine the extra pressure on ambulance and accident and emergency but for an incentive to embrace the principle of hospital...

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