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- CARMEN on Kevin Rudd on gay marriage support KEVIN RUDD....Australia's JOKER AND CLOWN.....Who would take any notice of his views regarding gay marriage...he is a non ... more
- CARMEN on Man refuses rising for magistrate Well, Terence.....You are one of the loonies who obviously has very low regard for our laws.....If they want to express ... more
- Jester4212 on Ban all gambling advertising? Good call, with you all the way! Excellent interview. more
- Simon on Sydney’s traffic making workers sick Stop complaining... prob is too many people stuck in this "Sydney comfort zone" Quit your job and move out of the city. Too ... more
- Terrence on Gillard gains ground in polls for PM What is most disgusting is the deliberate attempt to talk down the country for one's own petty political interest. This ... more
- Greg O on Banning children not vaccinated? I can still remember that day at St Leos College Wahroonga in 1956 when the whole school was vaccinated against Polio. My ... more
- Terrence on Man refuses rising for magistrate @Maddy, yes, send him to his home - in Bankstown.@Sal Oddo, what are they doing here? I suppose they are expressing ... more
- Terrence on Journalists too left on political views? It is the height of hypocrisy when Jason Morrison talks of bias. For so long he has been not just exhibiting bias but ... more
- Terrence on Tony Abbott's Budget 2013 reply @CARMEN, I'm sorry his predicament is because of his ill-advised small-target policy and his reluctance and/or inability to ... more
- Andrew on Man refuses rising for magistrate Enough is enough! How many times do we have to pander to the Islamic minority who have no respect for our laws and customs? ... more
- ps58 on Man refuses rising for magistrate We have no bill of rights.. but the Rule of Law is embedded in our Australian Constituion- no one is above the law- all are ... more
- Sam on Man refuses rising for magistrate If he knows his religion quite well. Why didn't he or his lawyer advise the court before Magistrate entered the court room ... more
- WWW.ABORTIONTRUTH.COM on Journalists too left on political views? They should not be left or right and report professionally, honestly and objectively, which they don't. The ABC Chairman on ... more
- CARMEN on Man refuses rising for magistrate Why is our legal people SOOO SPINELESS WHEN IT COMES TO DEAL WITH MUSLIMS????....This person and others like him SHOULD BE ... more
- Pearler on Man refuses rising for magistrate Since when does religion trump basic freedoms and respect. There is no room for this kind of behaviour. I couldn't care less ... more
- Kimber on Footy show stunt angers viewers 'Meathead' television, this show is way past it's used by date, they will milk anything for a laugh...sad! more
- Mark Castellino on Man refuses rising for magistrate Regarding the Muslim man who refused to stand up for the judge. I agree it is not what Australia needs. However, the bill of ... more
- Kimber on Man refuses rising for magistrate It should not matter whether the Magistrate is female or male. This is Australia and the Magistrate is entitled to the ... more
- hadi on Man refuses rising for magistrate In islam, law is above all. In islamic history ,even top of the political system stand in front of law.So please this is not ... more
- Maddy on Man refuses rising for magistrate Send Him Back Home...No Place Here For People Like That more
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Ever since 2007 with Labor's so-called "reforms" Labor have made things that hard for our businesses and indeed ordinary people with tax on tax on tax, that nearly every day major employers iconic Australian companies are sacking thousands of Australian workers or even worse abandoning Australia altogether and disillusioned going off to government-friendly China where they don't get taxed the 'crap' out of them and their are no corrupt AWU AND Health Services unions etc, etc to rub their bloodied noses into it. Australian businesses, farming included are all washed up because of corrupt traitorous Labor...their diabolical fraudulent UN global warming carbon dioxide tax scam clearly illustrates Labor's treasonous anti- Australian ways. Labor are making our falling debt-ridden economy "unsustainable"...JULYAR Friday 16 November, 2012 - 10:44 AM
If this is the case, I think it is only right that they return the BAILOUT money to the people of Australia.
Seems Fair!Peter Friday 16 November, 2012 - 10:01 AM