Kev says

Take Back Australia … Reject Socialism

Double Redundancy?

What the hell is going on, politicians want Double Redundancy packages if their electorates kick them out of office!!!  The rationale they are trying is “If you leave parliament you have signed a political card which means the opportunities for a job are limited”  What the …?.  It seems that if we throw a politician out of office, because we do not, trust, or believe, or want them, they cant to be given even more money because their feelings got hurt.

They claim they are less likely to get employment outside of Parliament, however that would be reliant on how you have conducted yourself, and whether your trust and loyalty have been proven, and whether you have any real ability to gain employment.  For the others, that was supposedly why they got the ridiculous Parliamentary Pension Scheme.  It allows for the possibility of not gaining employment outside of politics.

537050-oakesSo cut the bull, and that includes Barnaby Joyce and all the other Coalition money grabbers.  But especially this Gillard regime that are feathering their neck with the knowledge they will be ousted for their lies and inefficiency.  Why should we give them even more money, when we will be firing them for their dictatorial style Government and failure to act in the Australian peoples best interest.

We must all stand up and say ‘Get Your Grubby Hands Off Our Taxes’ before they rob us blind.  Actually I would let them have this money if they would go to an election NOW it would be worth it to be rid of them.


18/10/2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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  1. […] Maybe someone should have told the ALP, Robin Hood was supposed to have taken from the RICH to give to the poor, not the other way round. But then again I am sure Robin Hood would not have grabbed a $70,000 pay rise either. She claims this is in exchange for some allowances they will give up, well the truth is you see this will give her a hefty increase in her Pension Payment which is calculated on the Salary of the Politician in the year prior to being eligible for payment. Allowances don’t reflect in the salaries however, this $70,000 increase will and will ensure a additional $70,000 a year is calculated into the pension. This is effectively providing close to $140,000 increase for the PM […]

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