Monday, 6 March 2023
Questions without Notice
a group of people who the opposition will fight for. He won't fight for those veterans at risk of homelessness, which we just discussed. He won't fight for those women and children escaping domestic violence who'll benefit from the Housing Australia Future Fund. He won't fight for those people in regional Australia who want manufacturing jobs in the National Reconstruction Fund. He won't fight for those businesses who are calling for certainties with the safeguard mechanism. He won't fight for those families who want cheaper child care. He wouldn't fight for those families who will benefit from energy price relief. No to all of them. We've found a group that he'll fight for: the 17 Australians who have over $100 million in their superannuation accounts and the one Australian—he probably knows who it is—who has over $400 million in his super account.
They have consistently opposed absolutely everything, but finally they've found something that they're in favour of. They come in here having got on every interview with a friendly journalist they could find over the last week, and it's almost radio silence on super. What a— (Time expired)
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