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- Robert Williams on Anarchy group threatens G20 I agree. An Island would be far easier to protect. Fitzroy Island would be good. more
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Premier Campbell Newman
4BC Mornings: Queensland Premier Campbell Newman joins Greg Cary on Mornings to answer the public's questions on Michael Caltabiano's firing, health funding cuts, dealing with bats, toll road failures and the runway duplication issues at Brisbane Airport.
Wow... wow... wow... Anyone up for a national tax prsotet? And by that, I do mean not paying our taxes in order to put a stop to the CBC throat slitting of anything and everything conservative.No one should be surprised when I say the Communist Broadcasting Corp. reminds me of Germany in the 1930s.Sheika Wednesday 27 February, 2013 - 12:44 AM
Bob Lord, you should not make comments about commies and capitalist as you have admitted you would not know a socialist if one stood in front of you.CRY FREEDOM Tuesday 26 February, 2013 - 12:05 PM
What filth is Gillard hiding? Don't go on about the ex-Liberal Slipper or the ex-Union bloke Thomson please, we both know that they still are innocent until proven guilty.
Sexual harassment must be a very serious charge, it's how Abbott attacked his mate Slipper with the germy Ashby.
And gee a team showing togetherness - must be commies.
Queensland is now Australia's 3rd worst State economy, it has lost another star in the finance ratings and CanLie's popularity has sunk 30%. His team of non-togetherness has lost 10% of its elected members and most of the people who were hand selected to lead the State into the future. Must be capitalists.Bob Lord Friday 22 February, 2013 - 5:03 PM
OMG , Were all going down the gurgular Shooey.
Campbell sheds a few seat warmers and has stuffed up the economy within 3 months.
Imagine the effect if he had got rid of some real jobs.Rich Friday 22 February, 2013 - 12:53 PM
@Bob, what do you suggest.
Should Campbell take the solodarity approach, and hide its filth under the carpet as has the Gillard Government, or should he use the no tolerance approach and keep his government clean and accountable.
Seeing Gillard and her Union mates chanting the solodarity song at the their last conference would have been more at home in communist China or North Korea.
Very unsettling stuff.Rich Friday 22 February, 2013 - 12:48 PM
I see there is a petition to rid the QLD government of another CanLie member, Mr Scott Driscoll. Apparently sexual harassment of staff members is frowned upon in some quarters.
What'll you do Mr Newman?Bob Lord Friday 22 February, 2013 - 11:38 AM