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Winds of Change

Posted on: July 20, 2009

I feel the winds of change. We need to drive a wedge of independents. and if not the Democrats, who are they again? Cheryl and that other one?  then the Nationals SA  perhaps. But this is the only chance to break the corrupt morality of the two party system. The state is flat broke. The 4 jails planned have been scrapped , yet cost $10 million for the pretty pictures. The Government spent $50 million on a piece of dirt, the circumstances of which are suspect and instead of recovering $174 million of unpaid fines from over 500,000 social delinquents,  raised fees and charges to cover the shortfall.. I wish I were younger.

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2 Responses to "Winds of Change"

The trouble is…That independents are just that…Independent. When we need them is when things seem to be ticking along niceley.

Right now in SA we have a complacent and arrogant government presiding over a pitifully small population compared to the major states and pontificating its greatness at every turn. 8000 govt cars???? What for?? OK, check my maths please….isnt that …1 govt car for every 175 or so people?

As far as I am aware, every Labour government in Australia’s history has presided over ever increasing debt and end up being a trough in the best traditions of “Animal Farm” and this is just one examle of many.

Isobel Redmond, you have been there for 8 years, you now know enough to provide a credible and smaller government for South Australia. I know you, I know others that know you and on the surface, you are as tough as old boots. Get stuck into em, and change the Govt.

The independents can have a go once its fixed! In the meantime, stand up and be counted and cause the people to notice your fervour and your honesty. You just might earn yourself a job!

What we are addressing is the high sounding moral virtues regurgitated ad nauseum in all of the Objects and Beliefs that are part of justifying membership and parting with the membership fees but only very rarely evident in performance after elected. It is the primary reason for the wedge – to ensure governance is by community values and not the narrow self interest of party ideology from one election to the next

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