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    Quote Originally Posted by HSE2 View Post

    If labor impose a carbon tax on the cement industry, the steel industry any industry that produces environmental harm how do is it work to lower the impact.

    People are so stupid it not funny.
    Exactly 2.0

    We had this exact debate last time the ALP flagged it.

    The Tax does nothing, the manufacturer simply passes on the costs to the consumer.

    This is like Trump and his Tariffs on China, all he's doing is making goods more expensive for his own people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4Vman View Post
    Exactly 2.0

    We had this exact debate last time the ALP flagged it.

    The Tax does nothing, the manufacturer simply passes on the costs to the consumer.

    This is like Trump and his Tariffs on China, all he's doing is making goods more expensive for his own people.
    200 companies have been identified previously under the last time Labor were in power. The Gillard administration labeled those business as environmental vandals because in order for the constitutes to feel good about themselves they needed a baddie. The evil.

    Tony raised unions. It’s actually the AWU. The AWU was using members funds to effectively campaign against those jobs.

    Forget the numbers. It doesn’t matter if it’s 0.00001 reduction in greenhouse impact. You do it.

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    You have to do so by measuring direct impact or as Tony Abbott called it, direct action.

    Only polluters as labor call it can impact change directly. Anything that’s indirect, you have to follow the money
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