A Message to TURBULL and SHORTEN

Australians are sick and tired of you useless politicians,,, both sides are in it for themselves.

What we want you to do is:

Lower Electricity prices… Not tell us to find the best deal… WRONG  We are one of the wealthiest countries in the world and we have the most expensive prices.

Tomorrow tell us you are going to start to build a new Coal fired Power station…NOW !

Tell the Paris agreement to stick it… Australia First and stop bending over!

Why cant we start the talk about a Nuclear Power station ?

Stop giving our money away to the Lefties, wind farms etc, start looking after our own people and farmers.

BUILD a dam and harvest the water for agriculture, pipe it to where it needs to go.  We don’t mind getting into debt for something worthwhile

STOP THE BULL SHIT and actually do something about it, talk is cheap and you guys are so full of BULLSHIT.  You both need to be slapped silly

Leadership in Australia is non existent.  We have done nothing in the last 10 years except get further into debt and got nothing out of it, gone no where.

Maybe its time we start to rise up and look for change.  TRUMP, love him or hate him he is doing it for the RIGHT reason, AMERICA FIRST, what about our legless leaders looking after AUSTRALIA First….rage.png

 

 

 

Labor MP Emma Husar defends taxpayer-funded trip to Queensland and Bruno Mars gig

SIMPLY EMMA – YOUR A THIEF and once again you low life B**CH, you have ripped off the Australian public… and guess what ??? Nothing will happen !!

EMBATTLED Labor MP Emma Husar has defended a taxpayer-funded trip to Emma HUSAR - THIEFQueensland, during which she saw a Bruno Mars concert.

Ms Husar, who is under investigation over allegations of staff bullying and misuse of entitlements, attended the concert in Brisbane on March 14 after attending a committee hearing in Cairns that day.

“Of course no work expenses were used to attend a concert. Any assertion otherwise is preposterous,” a spokesman for the western Sydney MP said on Wednesday.

“The concert tickets were a birthday gift from a friend.”

Ms Husar flew into Brisbane from Cairns, claiming $114 for a government-funded Comcar from the airport to her hotel.

Taxpayers were also charged for her hotel room, which she shared with a friend.

Ms Husar attended meetings with a homelessness service and a domestic violence call centre in Brisbane the following day.

Deputy Labor leader Tanya Plibersek said she had been told the reports were inaccurate.

“It is absolutely vital that every single dollar of taxpayer funding is used appropriately, there is no question of that,” Ms Plibersek told Sky News.

“If there are any issues like this to investigate they should be looked at properly. Every single dollar of taxpayer funding should be used appropriately.”

Politicians Rorting the System AGAIN

Politicians are nothing but blood sucking mongrels sucking the life out of the taxpayers.. and yet again nothing happens.  We have that thieving bastard ANDREWS in Victoria stealing from us TAXPAYERS in the last election  and yet nothing happens..

Are we Australians sick of and tired of this…  and yet the Federal Police still fail to do nothing

Vic MP says no deceit over rorts-for-votes

Victorian Sports Minister John Eren says he was reassured Labor’s $388,000 rorts-for-votes scheme at the 2014 election was within the rules.

Read the story from news.com.au

A Victorian minister named as one of 21 Labor MPs who misused $388,000 in public money to pay campaign staff at the last election says he was reassured the scheme was within the rules.

Sports Minister John Eren signed off on time sheets worth $2358 for an electorate officer who instead campaigned in another electorate in the so-called rorts-for-votes scandal.

Mr Eren told reporters on Sunday the then-opposition MPs all thought the scheme was part of a long-standing staff polling arrangement.

“It was relayed as a pool staffing arrangement,” Mr Eren said.

“It’s important to say, because it was a long standing practice, I didn’t feel like I was misled, I just felt like that was a reassurance that was given at the time.”

He also said it’s time to “move on” from the scandal – but the opposition and Greens have other ideas.

The coalition opposition want to send the issue of legal costs spent by the government, Ombudsman Deborah Glass and Legislative Council president to the state’s Auditor General.

They are also demanding an upper house select committee to further examine the issue.

The Greens want to send the matter to the privileges committee, have still-serving MPs named in the report fined and Premier Daniel Andrews apologise to parliament, and for Labor to pay a $100,000 fine and cover the costs of the Ombudsman.

 

Ms Glass on Wednesday released a report detailing how 21 Labor MPs in the lead up to the 2014 election breached parliamentary guidelines by approving $388,000 of taxpayer money that went to campaign staff.

Labor has since repaid the money and Premier Daniel Andrews says all six of the ombudsman’s recommendations will be implemented.