So it's a crime to earn to much!

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    Jun 14, 2010 5:17 AM GMT
    The Australian watermelon Federal Government now thinks it is acceptable to spend our tax dollars on promoting half truths to make us belive it is OK to levy more tax from mining simply because it is guilty of making too much money.

    If making to much money is a crime, then banks need to start saving for their campaign against a banking supper tax. Or do our banks enjoy immunity from such economic vandalism?

    Australian dollar has dropped in value since our Prime Minister and his watermelons party (green on the outside, red in the middle) greed has become apparent. Have I not seen such similar issues of greed in the world in recent times?
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    Jun 14, 2010 5:19 AM GMT
    drunk posting again?
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    Jun 14, 2010 7:23 AM GMT
    Kevin Rudd why don't you just nationalise the mining industry and be done with it? After all isn't that part of your dream for socialist Australia? Just like it was for Gough Whitlam? Reds Under the bed.
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    Jun 14, 2010 7:35 AM GMT
    Perhaps you could move to Greece...
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    Jun 14, 2010 7:39 AM GMT
    Webster666 saidPerhaps you could move to Greece...


    I would rather stay here and fight than take the easy way out by fleeing. Also being a true Blue Aussie 6 generations born to Ostralia. I don't have the luxury of many Australians here who behold duel citizenship, and are able to flee this great southern land if things go wrong.

    The man come to power with Australia in the black, and the first thing he did was put it in the red as the last Prime Minister of the watermelon party did; put us in debt. Then we had to vote in the right wing "again" to get the bills paid off "again", as we will have to do "again".

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    Jun 14, 2010 7:42 AM GMT
    Pressure is bulding on Kevin Rudd from within his Government to mend the mining tax row which threatens to cripple Labour in vital election seats.

    The prime minister will will face a nervous caucus meeting tomorrow when Parliament resumes for it's finale two weeks before the long winter break. Possibly the final sitting before the election.
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    Jun 14, 2010 9:12 AM GMT
    Webster666 saidPerhaps you could move to Greece...


    Or the The US the way things are heading.