MPCCC tensions around… 12 million bucks on an advertising campaign

This from AAP, via Climate Spectator

A key independent MP has suggested the federal government’s multi-party climate change committee might not be able to reach an agreed position on a carbon tax.

But Tony Windsor denies talks have stalled and that goodwill amongst committee members is dissipating.

“We haven’t decided on a firm structure yet,” he told ABC Television ahead of a meeting of the committee today.

Mr Windsor and another independent member of the committee, Rob Oakeshott, are unhappy with a government decision to spend $12 million on a carbon tax advertising campaign, warning the surprise announcement had shown a lack of good faith.

Facepalm. This Gillard woman couldn’t sell beef burgers to a stranded Chilean rugby team in the Andes.


2 Comments to “MPCCC tensions around… 12 million bucks on an advertising campaign”

  1. Facepalm. Nice. i like the analogy. You are referring to the cannibalism that followed from the plane crash in the Andes.

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