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Barnaby stands up for the QLD bush 19 times, while QLD Libs force Nationals to betray the bush 19 times.
I admire National Party senator Barnaby Joyce because he isn’t easily pushed around. Barnaby has broken ranks with the Liberals in Canberra, and voted against them 19 times in order to put the people of country QLD first. An article in the Toowoomba Chronicle today reports: “The outspoken senator is renowned as a highly-independent member of his…Continue
Messenger calls on BBG Council Mayor to apologise for lie about vital drain engineering information to Flood Royal Commission.
Independent Member for Burnett Rob Messenger has called on the Mayor of the Bundaberg Regional Council, Lorraine Pyefinch, to officially apologise to the Moore Park Community, after she was forced to admit on 7 TV news that misleading evidence regarding vital engineering information about their drainage system, was given under oath to QLD’s Flood Royal…Continue
Added by Rob Messenger on January 29, 2012 at 9:25pm — No Comments
What major party is the best to manage the state?
“What major party is the best to manage the state?” With the state election just around the corner, that is an important question for any QLD independent Member of Parliament or candidate. We desperately need a change in government. However, I would like to see a minority LNP government held in check by a group of genuine conservative independents who will put the interests of the people before the interests of…Continue
Boy meets girl
love or lust
time will tell.
They hold hands
then it is hit or miss
Boy will say
Girl will say
'Let's make it formal'
True blue love
Before all and G-D
We want everyone to know
What we have is holy
Let's marry and vow
To carry each other
To shred, or not to shred? That is the question… for QLD Public Servants.
Member for Burnett Rob Messenger today has called on Queensland’s 180,000 plus public servants to think twice before following directions from people associated with the Labor party, who may order the destruction or shredding of public documents.
Mr Messenger said that in the lead up to the 2012 state election, and with a likely change in government…Continue
The Greens will push energy costs much higher with policy to leave coal in the ground until there is a non polluting use for it and all energy from renewables by 2020.
But typical of the Greens they have no idea of how to achieve it. When there is no wind and no sun the coal fired generators must keep burning coal to energize the grid to light our world.
Renewable's? Well, there's whale oil, that was popular years ago and that's renewable. Then there's sugar…Continue
The Leader of the State Opposition in South Australia has only now waded into the “rotten culture of power” that is FamiliesSA on the Liberal’s website. To gain a better explanation of why the Report to Parliament exposed this rotten Department it is necessary to understand why it is…
LTE –Tahitian Prince’s “right to silence” may mean more corruption.
(words 379 – 14.1.12)
It appears from today’s media reports that Mr Morehu-Barlow aka, the “Fake Tahitian Prince”, accused of the $16.5 M theft, has “declined to be interviewed by police.” In other words, he has exercised his “right to silence”.
This new information potentially is the sign of an investigation, which has…Continue
"Once again the “rich countries” have managed to take prosperity away from the Third World. And at Christmas too. We’d promised them billions in guilt payments for something called “global warming.” They don’t pay that much attention to thermometers, and weather is something they mostly live with rather than forecast.
But we ourselves had warned them their islands were about to sink beneath the waves. It hasn’t happened yet, but the computer models say it will be so. We…
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Bucks for brains on offer to cattle and sheep producers Queensland TSE PRION TESTING
Today I had an unusual encounter that riled my blood pressure no end. A friend and her daughter came over to visit and we took some gluten free bread that had moth infestation and some nice (sob) expensive liver cleanse cereal that is so yummy and had not been opened but was crawling with moth larvae to the geese, ducks and pigeons in the park. It is a waste to throw it in the bin and the larvae make a good bit of fresh protein that the geese, pigeons, ducks and…Continue
Monday, January 2, 2012
EFSA Minutes of the 6th Meeting of the EFSA Scientific Network on BSE-TSE Brussels, 29-30 November 2011
Added by Terry S. Singeltary Sr. on January 8, 2012 at 6:09am — No Comments
In a nutshell, we have a young widowed mum with a three month old baby. Her husband died of lung cancer and barely a week after she gets some callers and she knows they are not about to be paying a condolence visit, especially not armed with a knife and gun. One of them kicks the door of her house down and she shoots him dead as he enters. Bad enough that this kid and she is still a kid,is eighteen years old with a three month old baby to raise by herself, but she…Continue
LTE – LNP crossed the floor and voted with Labor 19 times.. so who’s a friend of Labor now?
(299 words – 4.1.12)
Since May 2010, (after I became an independent member of parliament) research by the Parliamentary library (see attached) shows that 16 times “the LNP have voted with the current Labor Government on a piece of legislation, and independent Members of the Queensland Parliament have voted…Continue