THE pulp mill in the Tamar Valley is politically interpretable.
The Liberal Party is predisposed of beliefs and prefers not to mediate.
The ALP is admitting “little problems” but exaggerates of the good it will bring, therefore compromising against mature and human responsibility.
Both large parties have a lot of catch up to do with the Greens rational choice.
They claim over and over that the Green Party is anti- employment.
Nobody can claim innocence about this drivel.
In fact, there isn’t any anti- employment party in Tasmania and I include even arguably the Liberal Party.
The pulp mill theoretically or practically continues to be an albatross around Tasmania’s neck.
Only very few would achieve opulence.
Many jobs here and interstate are lost now and in the near future in all sorts of revamps.
Has anybody who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing thought about that?
Yes, I know, we could always build prisons for the unemployed, preferably private prisons.
It would create jobs.
– RUDI THURMER, Newstead.
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