KERRY SEEBOHM: To Steven Marshall and team – your fate was decided today in Canberra. Holden very important to South Australians. Holden is iconic in SA. The cost of not supporting Holden will be far greater than what is to come.
Never forget, we are now a well educated electorate. And today your 2014 fate was decided. We South Australians will be unforgiving.
K.D. AFFORD: The closure of GMH comes as no surprise. Let’s move on: we have at our finger tips the golden opportunity to change, and that means going back on your word, Mr Abbott. Governments must be flexible, right now is the time to step back from your Climate Change denialism and fossil fuel driven hypocrisy. Time to bite the bullet, admit that you are wrong, and set up a “Green As” future for Australia. Invest and borrow heavily; we need a new Snowy Mountain vision, not an Abbott Point.
You will never lose government if you act in the direction of massive changes we need, but right now, were there an election tomorrow, you are gone.
Green opportunities will reap huge rewards, if only you could lead.
PATRICK RYAN – via Facebook: What everyone in the media has deliberately been ignoring is the disgusting abuse and disregard for small business in this economic basket case state. I’ve watched business after business fold because of the toxic high taxing State Government. The alarm has been sounding about our economic downward spiral for years. I and other business owners know it’s not worth staying here.
DAVID BAKER – via Facebook: They milked our governments until they had enough cash to build a billion dollar factory in Thailand.
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