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No more housing fun at Deb Foskey’s expense.

By johnboy - 1 March 2006 25

Thanks to Roland the Green for pointing out that Dr. Foskey has, in a backhanded way, announced that she’s no longer in public housing.

I welcome this move, and now look foward to wholesale reform of public housing in the ACT.

UPDATED: The ABC are now covering the story.

Further Update: The Canberra Times now has the story.

“I am fully supportive of security of tenure, the ACT public housing policy has been built on a very good principle of security of tenure, of supporting people,” Dr Foskey said.

If only we all got that level of support.

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Thumper 8:54 am 03 Mar 06

Let’s hope she’s found a nice little place where she can pay real market rent…

Like everybody else in this tinpot dictatorship.

barking toad 9:45 pm 02 Mar 06

Now that the snout is out of the trough and the doc and her roland mate don’t have to defend the indefensible will we see some more startling press releases to relieve “relevance deprivation”? (borrowed from sam radio).

How about a protest to ban foxes ‘cos of the damage they do to the local fauna. Then a march from the other end of the street to ban fox hunting.

Ari 2:13 pm 02 Mar 06

Greens never listen – they just tell you how the world should be.

areaman 2:10 pm 02 Mar 06

I don’t know why they even bother with 2CC, it’s not like they get a fair hearing and and I doubt many green voters listen.

johnboy 12:00 pm 02 Mar 06

By getting us to watch him eat it…

He’s just doing his job as best he can.

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