The Nats have blown the COALitions election campaign out of the water.
And what you said there does't even make sense: "This is what the representative from SA wanted..." What are you even blathering about - I don't care about the internal dialogue within the Coalition.
Your advocacy for coal, bordering on paranoia is at the heart of this and you will have to accept the public has moved on significantly leaving you in its wake.
What's it like being a lonely and bitter advocate for this old technology and knowing your cause is well and truly lost
Yeah see the issue I have is that you ascribe feelings and emotions to me that I simply don't have. It's like when the Overland
got funded entirely by the VIC government - you seemed to think that I was going to take it personally.
Same with this whole climate change thing, I'm looking at it from the perspective of a consumer who doesn't have the middle class welfare of solar panels and could never afford my own 'stand alone' system. The Dunstan household is going to suffer terribly if coal is banished across the eastern seaboard, we rely on it here to keep the lights on in little ole' SA. RTT_Rules was trying to tell me that the construction of the new HV line to NSW would offer extra, triple redundancy but I just don't believe him given every state is getting rid of the redundancy of fossil fuel.
See where I'm coming from, Mike? No, of course you don't - because you're unable to think beyond the bleating of 'coal baaaad!'