[LINK] Coalition unveils $6b broadband plan

Steven Clark steven.clark at internode.on.net
Wed Aug 11 12:12:57 AEST 2010

On 11/08/2010 11:01 AM, David Boxall wrote:
> On 10/08/2010 7:43 PM, Jan Whitaker wrote:
>> Mr Abbott is putting his foot in it on 7.30 report right now.
>> At 07:37 PM 10/08/2010, Kim Holburn wrote:
>>> If private sector broadband works so well why give them a huge
>>> handout?  And for what?
>>> Nice commentary here:
>>> http://www.buddeblog.com.au/frompaulsdesk/reviving-opel-is-this-the-best-the-opposition-can-come-up-with/
>>> On 2010/Aug/10, at 12:46 PM, Kim Holburn wrote:
>>>> http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2010/08/10/2978634.htm
>>>>> Coalition unveils $6b broadband plan
>>>>> By online political correspondent Emma Rodgers
>>>>> ...
> Watching his performance left me with the impression that he lacks the
> intellectual capacity to understand the technicalities and is too lazy
> to even try. Julia Gillard's performance on Q&A left me feeling that,
> while freely admitting to a lack of technical knowledge, she has the
> capacity to make a decent fist of it and a willingness to try.
> Dumb bludger or bright trier. Take your pick.

tony's not dumb - but he may be intellectually lazy.

the amazing thing about this rhodes scholar is that he has an economics 
degree from sydney uni (and a law degree). an economics degree ...

he studied politics at oxford as a rhodes scholar.

he was a journalist before entering parliament.


Steven R Clark, BSc(Hons) LLB/LP(Hons) /Flinders/, MACS, Barrister & 

PhD Candidate & Sessional Academic
School of Commerce, Division of Business
City West Campus, University of South Australia (UniSA)

Deputy Director, Economic, Legal and Social Issues Committee (ELSIC)
Community Engagement Board (CEB)
Australian Computer Society (ACS)

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