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    Quote Originally Posted by Mum2b87 View Post
    The greens are against clearing of trees etc which has been shown to be a contributing cause in bush fires and intensity due to how much fuel is around due to the system being cut back it is only now being restored
    I suggest you read their Polices titled, "Saving lives, saving money" and "Protect our Parks"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mum2b87 View Post
    The greens are against clearing of trees etc which has been shown to be a contributing cause in bush fires and intensity due to how much fuel is around due to the system being cut back it is only now being restored
    It really isn't as simple as that! Trees give greater benefit than not having the
    to simply avoid bush fires!

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    Bahaha I have read any posts but Freudian slip much. Tiny Abbott sums it up for me. Guy is a peanut.

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    Personal gains aside from each parties platforms greater good for our future is envitonment. Lesser of two evils is labour IMO.

    The rest is secondary, see how far we get when the libs give the green light to coal seam. They just can't resists all that cash in their fat little hands to declare Australia improved deficit and all the lib voters will clap as their blue chip invested super accounts give a nice return.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    Personal gains aside from each parties platforms greater good for our future is envitonment. Lesser of two evils is labour IMO.

    The rest is secondary, see how far we get when the libs give the green light to coal seam.
    Like! There needs to be some serious education on why a sustainable future is important. There really is no other option. Yes there is a massive investment req'd, but better than the situation we would find ourselves in if we keep taking the unsustainable route.

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    Don't get me wrong I don't trust labour won't flip again on cat and fracking but it will be harder for them then the libs

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Bc some, really on either side of politics, will vote for the party that serves them best, not the country. I think some would vote lib no matter what the policies were or who the leader is. I've voted Labor since I came of age almost 20 years ago and before Rudd came back, I was planning to vote Greens bc I wasn't happy. I think a lot of upper-middle and high income earners believe the libs will keep them wealthy, despite agreeing Abbott is an idiot.
    I also think there's a view (hope?) by many voting the way the Abbott will be replaced by Hockey after the election.

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    what?
    Yeah... What? Where's the dude with eyeballs springing out of his head?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveInTheBed View Post
    I suggest you read their Polices titled, "Saving lives, saving money" and "Protect our Parks"
    How about their policies on legalizing drugs? They are one degree from the liberals on the spectrum


 

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