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Old March 16th 15, 08:14 PM posted to aus.politics,aus.invest
Abusive Liar Party
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Default Fairfax chairman living in a glass house and throwing rocks

"Fairfax Media chairman and RBA Board member Roger Corbett said the
country's growth rate of 2 per cent was at least 1.5 per cent less than
its recent average and compared badly with the performances of major
trading partners in Asia".

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-03-1...orbett/6324116

Under his stewardship, Fairfax has grown from $5/share to less than $1,
a massive growth rate of minus 80%. Meanwhile, the RBA has caused home
prices to reach unsustainable levels and painted itself into a corner.

Maybe all of the commentary coming out the Fairfax camp deflects people
from looking at Fairfax' performance.



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This is what Australia would look like with the ALP and without iron ore
and coal:
https://www.google.com.au/search?q=g...riots&tbm=isch

Tax Receipts, Costello: 2003-07: 982,341
Tax Receipts, Swan: 2007-11: 1,174,203
Difference: ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY-ONE BILLION DOLLARS
http://www.treasury.gov.au/Policy-To...tem/Appendix-C

ALP ineptitude = $20b opening balance + $280b closing balance + $191b
more revenue = $491b

So what did Labor leave as a legacy after WASTING $491 BILLION?
NO INFRASTRUCTURE
600,000 MORE UNEMPLOYED
60,000 VISA CHEATS
14,000+ PAGES OF LEGISLATION
1 X MISOGYNY SPEECH

ALP versus Jobs:
http://www.roymorgan.com/~/media/Fil...42-monthly.JPG

The Basic Laws of Australian Labor:
"A stupid person is a person who causes losses to another person or to a
group of persons while himself deriving no gain and even possibly
incurring losses"
http://www.zoon.cc/stupid/

Labor's scorecard:
600,000 more unemployed, 3 minus 3 car manufacturers equals zero,
Whyalla on life support, a decimated aluminium industry, doubled
electricity prices, quarter of a million immigrants and no new
infrasructure, fourteen thousand new pages of legislation, one abuse
hypocritical and silly speech on 'misogyny', four deceased apprentices,
one thousand two hundred drowned asylum seekers, a handbag with an
affinity for being fingered (up the rear) by small Asian women, one
"world's greatest finance minister", three huge unfunded promises,
cancellation of the "$500b investment pipeline", another stolen
generation, 1,000 kids in detention, 50,000 unwanted & unqualified visa
cheats
(http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-05-1...graph/4694210),
two fraud artists - an MP and an ALP national president, one paedophile
- convicted, that is, one former rape suspect, one lazy Victorian police
force, insufficient evidence, lost evidence, destruction of evidence and
half a trillion dollars of debt, one squandered mining boom
(http://www.rba.gov.au/publications/b...ng-graph3.gif),
one (um) jumped-up twit (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PguhkVG49To),
one minus one democracy (http://www.menzieshouse.com.au/?p=4905) and
last but not least ... the first fat arsed PM in Australian history
(http://tinyurl.com/Gillard4Sale).

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Old March 16th 15, 08:25 PM posted to aus.politics,aus.invest
dechucka[_3_]
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Default Fairfax chairman living in a glass house and throwing rocks


"Abusive Liar Party" wrote in message
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"Fairfax Media chairman and RBA Board member Roger Corbett said the
country's growth rate of 2 per cent was at least 1.5 per cent less than
its recent average and compared badly with the performances of major
trading partners in Asia".

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-03-1...orbett/6324116


Makes a lot of sense

Under his stewardship, Fairfax has grown from $5/share to less than $1, a
massive growth rate of minus 80%. Meanwhile, the RBA has caused home
prices to reach unsustainable levels and painted itself into a corner.

Maybe all of the commentary coming out the Fairfax camp deflects people
from looking at Fairfax' performance.


you are a very strange person, Oh wait this is your don't address the issue
attack the messenger

 




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