And did you see Abbott on the news tonight, he thinks he's some kind of Churchillian hero of the Australian people; the only one who can rescue us from the nightmare of gay marriage. God help us if he really thinks that's the main issue.Sounds like a state issue. So no one in the Labor Government in Adelaide gives a rat's about what is happening out there, and they couldn't care less.
I read an article recently about Jimmy Barnes visiting Elizabeth SA (his home town) and expressing alarm at the proliferation of booze, gambling and unemployment and wondering aloud if there was any plan to try and fix it. I have your answer here, Jimmy. NO. Nobody in Canberra gives a rat's about what's happening out there, they couldn't care less.
Jobs and growth would be a good way of alleviating such issues.
Jobs and growth were Turnbull's words.
So is it a state or Federal issue?
Ha, the cluster that is South Australia can in no way be blamed on the genius of Malcolm Turnbull.
From the Australian http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/nation/sa-bank-levy-makes-it-risky-place-for-infrastructure-investment/news-story/66797e1dd7aec1b83db3583648215532
“The SA government delivered the infrastructure budget that wasn’t, only lifting capital funding by a miserly $66 million each year until 2020,’’ he said.
“SA infrastructure remains in the doldrums at a time when SA needs the jobs and activity from good infrastructure projects.
“With its intermittent electricity, sovereign risk on its major hospital project and now the surprise taxes on banks, it’s no wonder business perceives South Australia as a risky place to do business.’’
Labor has been in power now for 15 years in South Australia and I see nothing but desolation. Time to drain the swamp.