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Carbon Emissions on Friday 11th September 2015

Carbon Emissions on Friday 11th September 2015

Friday 11 September, 2015
Peter Dutton is the only minister Tony Abbott could have sent to Geneva with the potential to make the Syrian refugee situation sound even more depressing
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The sad truth

Peter Dutton is the only member of the government Tony could have sent to Geneva with the potential to make the Syrian refugee situation sound even more depressing.

A side issue

The Immigration Department have been instructed not to prevent RAAF personnel flying to Syria.

Destined for greatness

Of course Tony shouldn’t fire Joe. He’s showing every sign of following in Wayne’s footsteps and becoming the World’s Greatest Treasurer.

Surplus of memories

There is growing support for the idea of a Budget Surplus Remembrance Day on the anniversary of Peter Costello’s last budget. Lest we forget.

My tainted aunt

Will union officials subject to future prosecution as a result of the Royal Commission be any less tainted than the ones prosecuted before it became tainted?

Compassion fatigue

Obviously Sarah Hanson Young’s compassion for Syrian refugees is so strong she doesn’t have any left for Peter Dutton or Tony.

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