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Carbon Emissions on Friday 26th June 2015

Carbon Emissions on Friday 26th June 2015

Friday 26 June, 2015
The difference between Gillian and Bronnie is that one wants to let everyone in while the other wants to kick everyone out.
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Having a regular stab at it

It might possibly improve ongoing prime ministerial performance if the Killing Season became an annual event.

Arranging the parting

It is yet to be established what part the First Bloke played in the Killing Season.

Perhaps he gave Kevin the unkindest cut of all.

Coming to the Party

If Bill Shorten persuaded business to pay the unions for acting responsibly shouldn’t he do a similar deal for the Labor Party?

Striking difference

One of Tony Abbott’s few redeeming features is that he’s never run a union.

Pontification

The Pope’s encyclical on climate change could have been prompted by the rising See levels of child abuse.

Human wrongs

The difference between Gillian and Bronnie is that one wants to let everyone in while the other wants to kick everyone out.

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

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