[LINK] Fwd: [Politech] Step aside, war on terror -- now it's war on Internet gambling [econ]

Frank O'Connor foconnor at ozemail.com.au
Thu Jul 13 09:53:48 AEST 2006

Right, My Liassez-faire loon

No place in the life of a modern state for collective bargaining, 
industrial relations or even considering how the industrial peasantry 
may feel. 'Kick em in the teeth' ... that's the way to go! Bring back 
the 19th Century I say.

I agree with you my political cretin .... give 'em no outlet at all 
for their rowdy rabble'ising. Let them become respected members of 
'Redneck's 'r Us' like all self respecting cretins. (And you're a 
cretin's cretin aren't you Vic?)

How the hell did a comment on the above heading disintegrate to 'lets 
get the unions'?... You only have to look at the Logic of Vic don't 

Somewhere in that over heated Vic neuron there's a single synapse 
working overtime ... it connects government control of the internet, 
to 'too much government', to a predictable 'unions - someone ought to 
do something about them' to a fairly reflexive for Vic 'we ought to 
kick them in the teeth' to God knows whatever heated variant of Vic 
prejudice that's gonna spew out next.

And Vic thinks this is debate.


At 1:34 PM +1000 on 12/7/06 you wrote:
>Howard Lowndes [lannet at lannet.com.au] wrote:
>>  Deus Ex Machina wrote:
>>  >its a general problem with government, always looking to do something to
>>  >justify its every increasing size.
>>  Sometimes they actually believe that they do something in the interests
>>  of the general populace; mind you, with this current gummint that would
>>  be the exception rather than the rule - this gummint only act at the
>>  behest of their corporate masters for the sole benifit of their
>>  corporate masters.
>kick the unions in the teeth is always a worthwile objective though.
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