20 Aug 2012
WHY ARE AUSTRALIANS SO PESSIMISTIC WHEN THE COUNTRY IS IN SUCH A GOOD POSITION FINANCIALY AND IS SUCH A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE.
Countries all around the world cannot understand
why we aren't happier.
I'M ABOUT TO TELL YOU
The pessimism shown by the Coalition on every subject has infected the electorate with a virus that is all pervading.(Keep the people frightened is the motto)
The dollar is high which causes minor problems but our exports of natural resources is at an all time high and farm exports are set to take off this year and unemployment is at record low levels.
None of these things are even mentioned by the Coalition(particularly in a positive sense)all they ever do tell us is how bad things are and how bad things are about to happen to us all.
These same people will claim if they win government at the next election that the great trade figures and low unemployment is of their making, they will not acknowledge that this country is going through a boom and no matter who is in power we will do well.
Suddenly they will tell us how lucky we are and that we live in a lucky country, and guess what, pessimism will be replaced by optimism.
This will prove only one thing, that the Coalition likes to keep the electorate frightened because they can manipulated the electorate easier(it worked before, children overboard).
Once in power they will show us the smiling face once more.
This is where we are now, parliament has turned into a child care centre, the behaviour of politicians on both sides has turned in nothing but vitriol. Debate doesn't even take place any more and we are paying these people....for what?
They are like pigs in a trough fighting for every last bit of food....power is their prize and they don't care what it takes to get it, even if it means creating unwarranted fear in peoples lives.
Yes I have become biased, I can't help it, to change my attitude all the Coalition has to do is stop saying no to everything and start showing us what a Coalition can do really do instead.
NO WONDER POLITICIANS ARE HELD IN SUCH UTTER CONTEMPT
IN THIS CHOIR
THEY ALL SPEAK AT THE SAME TIME
THEY JUST DON'T HEAR ONE ANOTHER ANY MORE
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