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David Pocock wants you to get down to Garema Place for Climate Change change

By johnboy 12 November 2013 21

Talk radio listening wing nuts are both enraged and confused today as one of their beloved sports people has strayed from their blinkered delusional orthodoxy, in this case the Brumbies expensive bench warmer and long ago Wallabies flanker David Pockock who’s made the above video for GetUp!’s Canberra Day of Climate Action:

On 17th November, tens of thousands of Australians will gather in every capital city and hundreds of regional towns – to make it clear that Australians want stronger action on climate change. Make sure you RSVP today to turn up the heat on climate action.

Please also invite your friends to the Facebook event

Details
— Sunday
— 17th November 2013
— 11:00 am
— open event – capacity of 20000 guests.

Location

— Garema Place Canberra 2601

From the host

WEAR HOT SUMMER COLOURS. Think red, orange, yellow – shirts, clothes, signs, banners, facepaint, hats, umbrellas and any other creative ideas. Together we will turn up the heat on climate action! Also bring water, hat and sunscreen.

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maxblues 10:47 pm 13 Nov 13

maxblues said :

Thumper said :

howeph said :

maxblues said :

It is ironic that it was the Labor party that gave electricity a bad name and now it is the Labor party that now takes offence at the word electricity being used in parliament and now considers it an insult.

Please explain?

How did Labor give electricity a bad name? When and in what context, did they take offence when it was used in parliament?

Frankly, I liked the Pieman better…

Electricity Bill is not bad and with the exodus of personnel at the last election maybe the Labor Party could be known as the Last One Turn Out The Lights Party.

Not only Bob Carr, but now Kevin Rudd, leaving the parliament. Two foreign ministers bite the dust. Last One Turn Out The Lights.

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