missing Agriculture …

No, not me, but Labor, and Bill Shorten, have forgotten where our food, wool, cotton and a lot more comes from.

First, the bad news: Labor has no plan for Australia’s largest Regional Industry – Agriculture. That means, if Labor is elected, we’ve got nothing to look forward to but higher taxes and more debt. It’s the same old Labor.

The evidence is clear!

***Click here to chip in $5 right now to ensure that doesn’t happen.***

With your support, we’ll keep telling Australians that we have the plan that’s working and expose Labor as the same old mess that’s been tried before — and that we can’t afford again.

Their only chance to win is to mislead Australians and the unions will do everything to back them every step of the way. We can fight back — but only if you help us.

National Party HQ

The Nationals get my support, as well as the Libertarian ALA (Senate) in the looming July election.

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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2 Responses to missing Agriculture …

  1. Another Ian says:

    “How then to avoid these unacceptable outcomes? Let me suggest some voting rules of engagement.
    Rule 1: For the House of Representatives, wherever possible vote National. National Party Coalition members … had no hand in Turnbull’s conspiracy last September…
    Rule 2: Obtain a list of those 56 Liberals who, last September, voted (or in two cases would have voted if present) to oust Abbott. Andrew Bolt recently referred to such a list at http://www.trueblueNZ.com, naming 40 Members and 16 Senators….Those people – the Mark of Cain upon their foreheads – are your targets.
    Rule 3: Ascertain whether your own Liberal MP is on that list. If not, vote for him or her with a clear conscience; but if so, when completing your ballot paper you must put that miscreant last…. Similar rules are needed for the Senate, where all 12 places in each State will be contested. ”


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