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  • Michael Rynn: President to be Trump and Malcolm Roberts, and the host of climate change denial brigade, have a common mode of operation, and political agenda. They have connections to fossil fuel wealth or... (24 November 2016)
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  • Ken Jury: Not so Ms Sharkie and I live in Goolwa which may surprise you. Your party failed to investigate the circumstances of this latest stouch.To give you a starter, it's all to do with the Month of... (23 November 2016)
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  • Michael Rynn: Malcolm Roberts refers to Getup, because of its large member base and organized campaigns on global warming and fossil fuel issues, the denial of which is so dear to MR political aims. Getup... (23 November 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Just because Senator Roberts has 'some' scientific background that most of the other senators who have participated in this debate simply do not have, does not mean the Senator Roberts is fully... (22 November 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Remarkable how simple the science of climate change really is according to the senator. Of course, the naive argument is, as usual, marred by the disrespectful name-calling. (22 November 2016)
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  • Andrew JACKSON: Subject: anz jackson comment from Jasmine DOver I was about to post this comment when I saw that you had deleted the original one. I have a thick skin but I suspect that Jasmine Doverís... (21 November 2016)
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  • pun haj: I have been suffering from (HERPES) disease for the last four years and had constant pain, especially in my knees. During the first year, I had faith in God that I would be healed someday.This... (20 November 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Amid all that 'fairness', who is paying for the tax cuts to business? (19 November 2016)
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  • Andrew JACKSON: Robert Ashman should look at front page of Open Austarlia to see that there have been many votes in Parliament over the years and all of these have been to oppose SSM. There has been a lot of... (6 November 2016)
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  • Robert Ashman: If chester really believes in this cause, he could encourage turnbull and joyce to hold a vote in the parliament, in other words do what his electorate want him to do. (24 October 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The member crows that "The carbon tax would have cost this country $1.3 trillion out to 2050 if we had not axed the tax. I am proud of that. That is a good thing we did." Hang on. The... (20 October 2016)
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  • Andrew JACKSON: Susan Lamb has presented a Maiden Speech with 30 Paragraphs.29 of these are probably acceptable to 90% of her electorate but the one paragraph on SSM will mean that tha chances of all minor... (13 October 2016)
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  • Charlie Schroeder: It never ceases to amaze me that the only thing that Mitch Fifield and Malcolm Turnbull concentrate on is the rollout of the NBN. Never on the lack of reliability and degrading speed. These... (12 October 2016)
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  • Meredith Doig: Great speech, Skye! I share many of your experiences, from being a great fan of manufacturing (I worked for Ford Australia in the 1980s and loved the car industry) to standing as a candidate for... (12 October 2016)
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  • Charlie Schroeder: This is completely wrong. Mitch Fifield has not answered one of my letters or emails, or the emails of other people who have asked: why are there so many outages, so many dropouts and why the... (11 October 2016)
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  • Charlie Schroeder: [quote] Aboriginal communities that were not surveyed, the Hunter scored the lowest digital inclusion index in the country. I still cannot get over that. We have the triple whammy: low incomes,... (11 October 2016)
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  • Andrew JACKSON: THe basic proble,m with toads, flying foxes, sharks and crocodiles is that Government places animals ahead of humans. Eradication should be the goal. Katter Australian Party Queensland MLA's... (30 September 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The mining tax didn't stifle growth as it collected little. Concerning the carbon tax, how did it stifle growth when it amounted to about 1/8 of the Coalition's GST take in a year? If the... (26 September 2016)
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  • Dwight Walker: See ABS submission to Inquiry into 2016 Census to Senate Economics References Committee 21/9/16: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6fRXFvYdlVKLVRPNF94WUIyNXc /view (26 September 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Beyond understanding how one can bag someone so hatefully and then hope they will cooperate in future policy decisions. Politicians are a different breed. (23 September 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: The Minister wants others to work with the government but can't help putting the boot in to the various parties whose cooperation he needs to 'make the lives of Australians better, make our... (23 September 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: A Liberal I can sympathize with. Hope the member for Chisholm doesn't lose her civility and grace as others have easily in the role of parliamentarian. (23 September 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Of course, it all depends on whose data one cherry picks as well. (Westpac, ANZ-Roy Morgan etc.) (22 September 2016)
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  • Tibor Majlath: Consumer confidence in Australia is reported by the Westpac Banking Corporation, Melbourne Institute and is based on a survey of over 1,200 Australian households out of more than 9 million. The... (22 September 2016)
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  • Mark Duffett: Never mind the fact that offshore oil and gas drilling has proceeded without major incident in Bass Strait for nigh on half a century, and that it too is a well known haunt of whales and other,... (21 September 2016)
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