26 Jun 2010
Some miners never learn, we all have to share a meal sometimes
This man has never shared a meal in his life
Clive Palmer the billionaire has slammed former Federal Treasurer Wayne Swan, saying he does not deserve the role of Deputy Prime Minister.
Despite calls from Prime Minister Julia Gillard for a consensus on the mining tax, Palmer stated that the tax should be completely abolished. As you can see he is starving to death and poor!!
One only has to look at him to see that he is a caring person. He cares for himself before anyone else.
Palmer went on to disparage the Minerals Council of Australia along with BHP Billiton, which chose to suspend anti Resources Super Profit Tax advertising after Gillard promised to axe Government advertising and called for the mining industry to do the same to open the door to negotiations.
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