Give it up Uncle Tone part duo

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  1. Bandwagon

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    If indeed the agreement was "a joke" as you say, how is it that Abbott could be "100% correct", when in making that statement, he need acknowledge that by your own measure, he was initially 100% incorrect in his support in the first place?

    Here's the thing, if Abbott truly gave a f**k, he'd work towards a solution that was long term ( or even medium term ) politically sustainable. Yet instead he seeks only to undermine that which is presented or adopted to satisfy whatever urge he may have at any particular time.

    Regardless of where one stands in the energy debate, the one thing that stands out as the major hurdle to workable solutions is the complete lack of surety when it comes to policy under which large, long term investment decisions need be made, and it is beyond any doubt that your man here is the major contributor to that.

    He should simply f**k off and disappear into the nether regions from whence he came.
     
  2. Jimbo

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    Okay then, he was 25% correct then, but is 100% right now

    Give yourself a big clap, you clever boy

    There is no medium-long term political solution, because the only medium-long term practical solutions have been demonised out of the debate by Labor and the Greens

    Absolute horse shit

    The lack of surety of which you speak is due to the sovereign risk created by ideological opposition to the only two sources of reliable baseload power. And you have Labor and the Greens to thank for that

    Nobody is going to build a coal or nuclear plant if there is a risk that Bill Shorten will get elected and ban coal and uranium
    Yes, yes, we all know how the left feel about dissenting opinion
     
  3. Bandwagon

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    Oh, so your statement was bunkum, cool.




    Oh, of course, Howard's last ditch attempt to cling to power taking an emissions trading scheme to the 2007 election, thus putting the two majors on bi partisan platform, followed by Turnbull's willingness to deal on same was all a dream?

    Short memory you have there Cum Bubbles.


    Ooooh the big bad boogerman Bill.

    No one's sticking their hand up to build coal mate because it's a diminishing return. As for nuclear, if the right wanted it, they had all the Howard years to do something about it, yet......nada, nuttin, zip.


    Yes, because Hewson's a big lefty, oh then there's this little gem..........

    "Very little of what Tony Abbott says is helpful."

    ..........Renowned leftist and National party MP Damian Drum

    Lmao mate.

    Get back to me when you manage to form some kind of coherent argument.
     
  4. Lynoman

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    If only Uncle Tones had the choice of signing up or not......

    Oh wait.....
     
  5. Jimbo

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    No

    You are being dishonest


    Irrelevant attempt to divert

    According to who? The climate council?

    Apart from Howard commissioning an inquiry into nuclear power which was demonised out of the debate by Labor and the Greens

    Irrelevant attempt to divert

    You first...
     
  6. t-ba

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    You're formatting's a bit f**ked up there cum bubbles.
     
  7. Bandwagon

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    @Jimbo

    Divert?

    Present you with facts both historical and current, all relevant to the discussion at hand, and what is your rebuttal?

    This is diversion?

    I'm terribly sorry if you find facts a diversion from the fantasy in which you reside.

    My Bad.
     
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  8. Bandwagon

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    Hey, he's trying.
     
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  9. Jimbo

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    So is your ability to be interesting
     
  10. t-ba

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    Now I may not be as interesting to you as nasally expunged semen cum bubbles but I do fail to understanding how formatting can be compared to how interesting something can be.

    Seems like an odd comparison.
     
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  11. Jimbo

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    Yes bandy. Diversion

    We are discussing whether Australia should remain part of the Paris agreement

    Howard's proposed ETS (which he would not have implemented) is irrelevant

    Turnbull's proposed ETS is irrelevant

    John Hewson's opinion is irrelevant

    If you want to discuss facts, present some

    Diversions and name calling are not facts
     
  12. Jimbo

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    I'm sure there are quite a few things you would fail to understanding...
     
  13. t-ba

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    Yes, like your cum bubble blowing. Odd hobby.

    So is your bizarre opposition to full stops if we are getting down to errors.
     
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  14. t-ba

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    I mean seriously bro, buy a full stop or two.
     
  15. Lynoman

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    It's all Labor's fault that Little Liar Johnny didn't have the balls to push for nuclear.......

    After all, it was Labor who blocked everything in the last Howard term......
     
  16. t-ba

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    It's odd. I don't think nuclear power would have been anywhere near the issue Work Choices was but Johnny had few problems with running that. And that was unpopular enough for a sitting PM to lose his seat over.

    It's almost as if nuclear isn't on the agenda...
     
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    Indeed, if it was so important, as Mr Bubbles suggests, he would could gone for nuclear, instead he pushed his own ideological barrow....

    But hey, it's all Labors fault despite Johnny controlling both houses of parliament.
     
  18. t-ba

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    Mr Bubbles blows to Washington?
     
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    So in 11 years he achieved nothing because Labor/Greens "demonised"? Despite this he is some kind of hero for you. Explains a lot.
     
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    No James. check the thread title, you may wish to discuss side issues, but the topic of the thread is Abbott, and his failure to abide by his own counsel.

    So what is irrelevant in terms of this discussion, is indeed that you wish to discuss.

    As for the relevance of Howard's and Turnbull's ETS', I'm quite certain the reason you dismiss them as irrelevant, is how inconvenient it is to your "but labor" but the Greens" argument, as it shows a consensus on energy policy, a consensus that as we all know was destroyed by Abbott. It goes so directly to the heart of the issue that your pathetic attempt at dismissal is rather cringe-worthy.

    Further, that the criticism of your little hero is coming now most assuredly from the right, the opinion of Hewson as a rebuttal to your pointless attempt at framing the criticism of Abbott as a indicative of the left disliking dissenting opinion is also completely relevant as it is indicative of from where the criticism of Abbott and his ramblings is coming, it's from his own party.

    Have a Bex and a good lie down mate, you're done.
     

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