‘Common sense’ policies

Dear Editor,
Nanjing Night Net

The people of Hume who believed theLiberal Party’s new poster boy was going to do great things for the electorategot a large dose of the truth recently when the Liberal candidate confirmed myprediction of a few weeks ago.

Sorry but because of Labor there will beno funds available for the foreseeable future.

We have seen what that means recently,with the election of Liberal governments in Queensland and NSW. Cuts toeducation and health and job losses in the public service and the selling offof any public assets that are left. That’s what you’ll get with a vote for theLiberal Party.

Over the past few weeks I have given theKatter’s Australian Party policy on coal seem gas (no fracking within threekilometres of any aquifer), the breaking up of the Coles/Woollies duopoly, ourscrap the carbon tax and introduce ethanol platform, our education policy, ourarbitrated price for farmers and the re-regulation for the dairy, egg and sugarindustries. We also support a ‘warning’ label on imported food that has notbeen grown or processed under our standards and a 10 per cent import duty onall imports to help give our farmers and manufacturers a chance of competing.

I have said, along with independentcandidate James Harker-Mortlock and Christian Democratic Party candidate AdrianVan Der Byl, that I will support and fight for the duplication of the BartonHighway.

I have many more common sense policiesto release in the New Year. I will be placing these in full on my webpage overthe coming weeks for you to view in full.

For now I would like to wish you all amerry Christmas and a happy and safe New Year.

Bruce Nicholson

Katter’s Australian Party candidate forHume

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