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Carbon Emissions on 13th March 2015

Carbon Emissions on 13th March 2015

Friday 13 March, 2015
Bill Shorten’s first new economic policy is likely to be is last. It sent Tony’s poll numbers up three points.
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Carbon Emissions from FridayMash

The No Policy Policy

Bill Shorten’s first new economic policy is likely to be is last. It sent Tony’s poll numbers up three points.

Sticking to the Job

If Adelaide got the contract for the subs they’d probably deliver them with the barnacles already on.

What’s Mine in the Hunter could be Yours

Luddite Luke is promising a New Approach for NSW. Perhaps it means Labor intends to help the folks for a change rather than helping themselves.

Security Lapse

Tony has been seen on the NSW hustings with Son of Bambi. He must have turned up unexpectedly.

Raising the Starting Age

The Intergenerational Report indicates that people should continue to work beyond 65. In order to facilitate this the government will have to raise the age at birth to at least 20.

Promises ain’t Promises

The NSW election is now entering the frantic stage. From this point on any promise made by either side should be put down to over-enthusiasm.

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