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Local Libs hear their masters voice over child care

By johnboy 24 March 2006 5

Observers of the Liberal Party have long pondered the over-representation of child care operators in the rank and file of the Party and how that might bear on the Federal Government’s existing policies which appear to be a licence to print money for those operators (while screwing parents and staff until they bleed).

So when Federal Minister for Education, Julie Bishop, proposed that free universal pre-school be extended to four-year olds many held their breathe to see the reaction.

Local Lib Heart-throb, Zed Seselja hasn’t published a media release since 01-MAR. However he did manage to get a piece in the Canberra Times decrying this slight on the ability of parents to hand over bags of cash to his mates until the kiddies are six.

UPDATED: Later in the day Zed did manage to get his media release online, even if it was backdated.

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seepi 5:08 pm 24 Mar 06

At least bonfire’s parents didn’t draw on the public purse to send him to pre-school for a civilising influence.

LurkerGal 3:52 pm 24 Mar 06

Bonfire I would gladly drown any child of yours whilst it was in my care and expect society to thank me.

bonfire 3:18 pm 24 Mar 06

thats OK, lg can babysit for me.

johnboy 3:15 pm 24 Mar 06

want the society to survive beyond the next generation?

better pony up bonfire.

bonfire 12:59 pm 24 Mar 06

yet again more tax funded guilt money to people who like having children as accessories to their lifestyle, yet arent responsible enough to arrange details like umm who exactly will raise them.

lets outsource that to the private sector, and pay for it with public money.


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