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Uproar in Parliament Question Time

Posted on: November 15, 2009

Both major political parties in South Australia appear to have lost their identity. In a study of policy that has lead to performance over the pasy few years it is easy to conclude that public policy has been replaced by party policy and in the process separated politicians out of the community into a comfort zone of their own.
The state population is too small to support the grandiosities of the past 7 years. The revenue to fund the constant spin is just not there . Barely 800,000 create the wealth by their personal and corporate effort in SA, yet this Administration has lost $2.9 billion of it from investments instead of paying the debts, all $10 billion of them, that is costing over $1.34 million a day. We could have advanced the state enormously these past 7 years if politicians were honest and faced the truth, that the cost of Government and the manner in which the revenue is spent is destroying incentive to exploit the opportunities that have been available

The independents are not interested in power play but transparency and accountability. No public funds should be hidden from disclosure, least of all by bold mendacity of political spin. A junta that exercises an arrogant abuse of power to hide its weakness and uncertainties has reason to fear for its future. More so when those elevated into positions of power have shown little of life experience or the talent and morality to exercise it.

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