Recent comments by: nexttonice

Grain of Truth

Deregulate now WEA is a nonsence and not needed. Let a free and open market prevail and watch prices we get be the true value. National Party are a blight on Australian Agriculture with their protectionist ideas.
10/10/12 01:59 AM

Cropping

Liberals supposed party of freedom (ha ha) get real and support Labor and pass the bill and give wheat growers full deregulation. WEA is useless and unnecessary waste of levy money. We have never had such high prices and cash within 30 days. Why should the export state WA pay for single desk lovers in East. If East loves single desk and regulation do it yourselves and see how you go.
18/10/12 02:40 AM
Liberals, support wheatgrowers and get rid of this legislation. Do what's right for the industry, not yourselves. Even GGL has seen the light.
18/10/12 02:01 AM
Tony Abbot have a hard look at yourself - voting to keep WEA. Step aside from Nationals rubbish. Nationals are the agrarian socialist and they just want to get a platform for re-regulation down the track. WA wants a full deregulated market if Crook (Nat) can step aside from Nationals WA Libs can vote for WA wheat growers and de-regulate.
10/10/12 01:52 AM

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