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Carbon Emissions on Friday 20th February 2015

Carbon Emissions on Friday 20th February 2015

Friday 20 February, 2015
Peta Credlin is seeking pre-selection for a seat in federal parliament. She must have realised it’s easier to run the country if you’re elected.
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Carbon Emissions from FridayMash

The Crutch of the Matter

Jacqui is seeking her Perfect Match. Any billionaire with a large package between his legs would probably do except Clive.

A Lasting Impression

The only problem with Tony’s prime ministership is that a three year term is arguably a couple of years or so too long.

A Cut in Cuts

Philip Ruddock was reportedly ousted as Chief Whip because he was showing signs of cracking.

A Ridgy-Didge Too Far

Expecting an ex-union leader like Bill Shorten to solve the debt crisis is like expecting Putin to get the Nobel Peace Award for his work in Eastern Ukraine.

A Debt of Bravery

Joe’s determination to bring down a second budget at least merits an award for gallantry.

Switching to Full Power

Peta is seeking pre-selection for a seat in federal parliament. She must have realised it’s easier to run the country if you’re elected.

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These are the only carbon emissions created in Australia that are actually worth $24 a tonne.

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