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Originally posted by Second Chance Second Chance wrote:

Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

Frydenberg makes a $60 billion(that's all) addition error, and declares it is good news finding that $60 billion wasn't spent. No it isn't. That was $60 billion that Treasury determined needed to be spent to keep the economy afloat that isn't being spent.

Which of course along with other announced measures means this Coalition Government has spent/promised no more than did the Labor Government following the GFC.  

Despite the far greater problem this pandemic presents due to the dual health and economic challenges.

Hahahahaha!LOLLOLLOL ... this is gold ... you two dolts are going better than ever!!!Embarrassed


So this is the only thing that Albo has to complain about ...

"You, you, you ... you bastards! ... the country is $60 Billion better off than I was hoping for ..."

"well, you should um, err, umm, um ... RRRRREEEEE!!!CryCryCry

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In reference to every post in the Trump thread ... "There may have been a tiny bit of license taken there" ... Ok, Thanks for the "heads up" PT!
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Originally posted by maccamax maccamax wrote:

Bob Hawke's Daughter has today settled her out of Court $4 million claim against his Estate.
Some damning allegations against her Father , over him influencing her not to proceed with a rape case , against one of Bob's Political mates as it would interfere with Bob's career.   Messy world these Pollies live in.    

"Any daughter who dobs in one of my political mates for rape today, IS A BUM!"LOLLOLLOL

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DIVERT DIVERT DIVERT  Don't mention the Jobkeeper balls up - let's talk about HawkieTongue
Road Works, Barrier, Warning, Attention, Warning Lights
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Mention of Bob Hawke is purely to remind Australians of what they get when they vote Labor.     Whitlam, Rudd, Gillard , Shorten.

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Prime Minister Shorten? We missed that one...unfortunately.
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I didn't see Shorten called PM.      His well known lack of Moral Values got him into the Labor list .    Evans , Cairns could add to the list and Barnaby has put many into Labour.
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Originally posted by maccamax maccamax wrote:

Mention of Bob Hawke is purely to remind Australians of what they get when they vote Labor.     Whitlam, Rudd, Gillard , Shorten.


and a love of and for all things CHINA
and look where that has got usLOL
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DIVERT DIVERT DIVERT  Don't mention the Jobkeeper balls up - let's talk about HawkieTongue
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For the benefit of the dumb dumbs, I already addressed the stupidity of the response by Albo and the mini mes ... they are all booing because the country is $60 Billion BETTER OFF!!!

nothing more need be said.Embarrassed
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Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

Prime Minister Shorten? We missed that one...unfortunately.

would have been well on the way to being good little chinamen...

but no Aus decided to stand on its own two feet.

Remember, Australia made china by SELLING it our good produce

to sell back to us as cheap sheet
killing our jobs and industries.

globalisation...suited china, until the going got tough and rough.

FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS ANYONE!?
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There are many interesting species found in the TBV zoo, not least would be the Westaustralis Imbecillus Isaacii
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Originally posted by Dr E Dr E wrote:

Originally posted by Second Chance Second Chance wrote:

Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

Frydenberg makes a $60 billion(that's all) addition error, and declares it is good news finding that $60 billion wasn't spent. No it isn't. That was $60 billion that Treasury determined needed to be spent to keep the economy afloat that isn't being spent.

Which of course along with other announced measures means this Coalition Government has spent/promised no more than did the Labor Government following the GFC.  

Despite the far greater problem this pandemic presents due to the dual health and economic challenges.

Hahahahaha!LOLLOLLOL ... this is gold ... you two dolts are going better than ever!!!Embarrassed 

I think we know who the dolt is Doc.  Got a mirror handy?

Latest news sub-title: f*ck the casual workforce:

With Josh Frydenberg staring down the barrel of the biggest budget deficits in Australian history, getting a call on Thursday night from the Treasury Secretary saying he's found $60 billion down the back of the couch gives the man holding the nation's tattered chequebook a modicum of relief.

It's a massive amount of coin and will give the books a considerable boost as the Government plots a course out of the coronavirus economic slump.

But the bureaucratic bungle which revealed Treasury had over-forecast the impact of the Coalition's JobKeeper wage subsidy program also opens the Federal Government to demands it needs to be more generous.

The original bill was to be $130 billion, and more than 6 million workers would be supported. It's now clear only $70 billion will be spent and 3.5 million employees given a financial leg up.

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Originally posted by max manewer max manewer wrote:

There are many interesting species found in the TBV zoo, not least would be the Westaustralis Imbecillus Isaacii


Fair go Max ... We dumbo's make up the Numbers who are probably better versed, due to our time on TBV,   Than 90% of the Camel riders , sitting in GP rooms.
It's the debate that makes the study imperative and as a consequence, we should all get Honorary PHD's .

Redemption can do my next bypass,   at least she will know where my sternum and rectus abdomminus is ... and will spell better than me.
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His leg will fall off due to taking that drug.
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You should have been over the moon with me,   Putting you to the youngster Bin---   I'm not all bad,       Rusty's "Blow Torch " threat pulled me into line.

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Appreciate it very much maxie. Hug
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lol---      Keep That Clockie Ticking.
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Victoria selling out to China, soft roosters they are

Dig your heels in PM

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TIGER----   We can't see the Forest for the Trees.

     We get a heavy cold sweeping the nation and Go insane over it , Go broke over it , and close the eyes to the scurges that are destroying, The main fabrics of life.
Drugs will kill more people under 65, Than any virus , any year.   Will cause more to be on welfare than any Virus. Will kill more on the Highways ,     
       AND WE DO LITTLE ABOUT IT.
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We shouldn't wear seat-belts, cross at pedestrian crossings, stop people drinking and driving or have traffic lights  because people die from drug abuse. 
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Did you miss your meds This morning .

      Drink driving is part of drug abuse , granted, but the rest of your mentioned goodies is like breathing,       You pay a price if you don't.
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I had my meds, just wondering why all the deaths already happening aren't enough for you, and you are happy to have a couple million more.
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I was talking to a rusted-on Labor voter today, says she is unimpressed by Albo. Says his "delivery" (meaning how he presents his case) is much inferior to Sco Mo. I always thought Labor could do no wrong, listening to her, but even she is turning away from the faith. Write you own ticket Labor at the next election, going on that.
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lol PT...    Your assuming --- I'm trying to face reality.

The seasonal cycles , contain Flu's of many strains.    3000 deaths in a bad year in Oz , doesn't stir a feather.
The world has been caught out this time , with a new strain which hits all at once , Time for caution , but clearly it is similar to other family strains and any over reaction makes the cost , worse Than the disease.
Weighing up , the very old would succumb to something some time soon.
Obviously the employed age groups are flu inconvenienced, but will soldier on.
   Have you considered what this period has cost the communities in collateral damage .     Suicides , Financial ruin , Businesses destroyed,
unemployment, mental Illness, Recession/depression , Debt,Trade loss, and in many cases CRUMPET.   
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Are all the idiots out this week.

So there is a $60 billion mistake and what do we get.

Political reporters who stick the boot in about the mistake and the labor leader looking like a rabid vulture standing over the carcass of a dead animal in the desert pecking away at the carcass.

This just shows people are oblivious aware how these issues are worked out.

1. Frydenberg did not make the mistake himself, it was his department.

2. It was not a mistake. The amount announced as to be spent, according to projections of how many people would lose their jobs, or whose jobs were threatened so really how many employees would be signed up for the jobkeeper payment.

3. The good news that Frydenberg was absolutely correct in announcing, was that instead of 6.5 million employees being registered for the jobkeeper payment, only 3.5 million were actually signed.

4. Frydenberg did not acknowledge the 1500 employess being at a small business, it was some bureaucrat in a office who nearly caused the taxpayers to be out of pocket, and that person who okayed the application should be fired immediately     but that wont happen.

So any person who thinks it is correct to complain about 3 million people not needing government support, needs to find out the meaning of forward projections, and then reexamine the situation.
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Pity you didn't take the trouble to read the eligibility conditions to qualify for support, ones which effectively disenfanchised millions of casual employees.   

Needful people who well deserve a significant slice of the $60m "savings".
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Could it be that a lot of employers did not sign up to jobkeeper, because they saw themselves as being out of pocket in doing so ?
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Originally posted by max manewer max manewer wrote:

I was talking to a rusted-on Labor voter today, says she is unimpressed by Albo. Says his "delivery" (meaning how he presents his case) is much inferior to Sco Mo. I always thought Labor could do no wrong, listening to her, but even she is turning away from the faith. Write you own ticket Labor at the next election, going on that.


Ask her again after the first Morrison/Frydenberg horror budget.Wink
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Don't worry Tlaz, she will still vote Labor, but if she is not keen on Albo, that is not a good sign for the less Labor enthused.
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