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    I'm just frustrated they are steering away from their ideologies and not providing support to their main voters. I don't see low, middle or high income earners winning with the proposed "family package"

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    You've missed the point. If someone takes time out from any occupation (paid or not) they lose a certain level of skills and there is an adjustment period when they return to the workforce - it doesn't necessarily mean they need to start at an entry level position or need to be thrown on the scrap heap. It may mean that they require re-training when they rejoin that occupation. It's not writing people off or saying they aren't worthy - it's just stating a fact.

    I've just gone back to work after having nearly a year off with ds2 - so many things happened in my absence, people swapped jobs, teams added new functions, policy changed, I forgot how to use some of the tools and only 5 monthsish later am I starting to feel somewhat comfortable (doing the same job as I did before going on mat leave). I am not naive to the fact I needed additional training - I took the bull by the horns and organised it myself.
    Hold your breath VP. I agree with you.

    Edited my agreement with SOS out
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    It was nothing more than vote grabbing. How hypocritical that now the Libs are trying to stop people from double dipping...wonder what staunch lib voters think of this... especially those who have double dipped themselves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    Hold your breath VP. I agree with you.
    The bit about SOS being awesome I gather?


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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I think a lot of women voted to get the extra $$ Abbott promised in PPL. I knew that he would never really do it and it was just a ploy. It seems many here will vote differently next election.
    I'm sure you are right.
    I was a big fan of his plan but still didn't vote for his stupid a$$
    can't wait for a change of gvt. He's a joke!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    It was nothing more than vote grabbing. How hypocritical that now the Libs are trying to stop people from double dipping...wonder what staunch lib voters think of this... especially those who have double dipped themselves
    I am not a 'staunch lib voter'but i did vote liberal this time around (ducks for cover). I am going to get absolutely slaughtered for this, but i have been really happy with how this government has worked financially. One main drawcard for voting lib was joe hockey -i think he generally comes across as very sensible and balanced. I was not expecting,nor wanting the PPL scheme to go through - sorry, but it was completely unrealistic &unbalanced, & the liberal party knew it wouldnt go ahead, as PP said,they could then blame everyone else. I might have to sleep with a baseball bat underneath my pilloq now that Ive said it on BH lol,I am going to get shot down to chinatown

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    Quote Originally Posted by maternidade View Post
    I'm just frustrated they are steering away from their ideologies and not providing support to their main voters. I don't see low, middle or high income earners winning with the proposed "family package"

    agree. SAHM's are getting scr*wed, so are working mums, low middle and high income. Basically everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheeeeesecake View Post
    but i have been really happy with how this government has worked financially. One main drawcard for voting lib was joe hockey -i think he generally comes across as very sensible and balanced.
    Say what? lol Sensible and balanced wouldn't have been words i'd use about Hockey

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    agree. SAHM's are getting scr*wed, so are working mums, low middle and high income. Basically everyone.
    If you have a v@gina you're screwed!

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    Did he give an actual date for the change in ppl?


 

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