May 30, 2014
Waiting on contracts... Abbott's sponsors... hot salami ...
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Best add Hancock Prospecting to the list of Abbott’s sponsors. I note that Gina’s Fairfax papers are supporting the fresh round of inequalities foreshadowed in the budget.
“The Class Warfare Tax”?
Ha! No need to FORCE our politicians to wear their sponsors’ logos. Abbott does it willingly and without shame. Every time he dons his lycra, his sponsors are writ large. Every time he spouts forth in front of a Skye News screen or an Institute of Public Affairs banner, he speaks on behalf of those sponsors. You only have to do a Google search of Abbott and Cadbury to see how many times he promotes that company. Abbott was bought, not elected.
“Abbott Brought to you by….” You forgot News Ltd.
Still no news on contract renewal,June 30 is on the horizon; programming for Aboriginal Health is uncertain. I don’t see how they expect to close the Gap on indigenous health if they aren’t even committed to supporting already existing programs that are proven to work and influential to the health sector. If the Aboriginal Health sector continues to be left on the back burner uninformed and misrepresented then these gaps will never close.