The Art of the Australian Insult


Contortions on climate change
July 31, 2008, 5:17 am
Filed under: Politicians | Tags: , ,

“The federal Coalition’s climate policy seems to change about as often – and as suddenly – as Melbourne’s weather.”

Melbourne resident Monty Arnold, who should know. Another letter to The Australian observes:

“Climate change or no climate change, Brendan Nelson’s view on the subject is certainly causing plenty of heat in the party room.”

Bill Carpenter. Other readers, like John Dorman, are sick of it all:

“An ETS in 2010, 2011 or 2012 – who gives a monkey’s? What most of us now crave from the media is ABCC – anything but climate change.”

Finally, Steve Cooper has been watching the climate change ads and wondering:

“The Rudd Government’s TV ad (the one they promised they would never waste our money on) invites us to “Think climate…think change.” Would that be a change of government?”

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I’m gaining more respect for Nelson. It looks like he’s listening to scientists instead of other politicians, and has the guts to do what is scientifically, if not politically, correct – buy time until all this global warming nonesense is acknowledged to be no more than an interesting, but invalid, theory.

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