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Carbon Emissions on Friday 7th August 2015

Carbon Emissions on Friday 7th August 2015

Friday 7 August, 2015
Bronnie’s being treated very unfairly. Surely she’s done enough to merit a Royal Commission.
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Carbon Emissions on FridayMash leading political satire and humour

Everything old isn’t new again

After having dumped a promised ETS and promised not to introduce a carbon tax how can we possibly believe that Labor’s goal of 30% renewables by 2030 includes a renewable promise?

A catch to the match

Before you invite Bronnie to a wedding you’d be well advised to check beforehand whether as a taxpayer you can afford it.

The Boos Brothers

Adam Goodes is justifiably upset because he’s getting booed as badly at footy matches as Tony.

The price of love

The real expenses problem for Bronnie was not so much her travel expenses but rather her lovechild. Look how much he’s cost the taxpayer.

Working on Commission

Bronnie’s being treated very unfairly. Surely she’s done enough to merit a Royal Commission.

Taking a trick

The Trump model of democracy – let the Right have their say and also the Left then he comes in and Trumps the lot of them.

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

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