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Barnaby: Aussies promised broadband "Maserati"
Aug 16, 2010 7:01 PM

Nationals Senator Barnaby Joyce has compared the Government's National Broadband
Network project with promising 93
percent of Australians a Maserati but delivering them not even a bridled donkey.

Joyce also said the NBN plan "could have been authored by a poor pretender to
Hans Christian Anderson."

He continued the Coalition line of attack on the NBN, claiming it would cost
"every man, woman and child" $2,000 for a
connection before "operational costs".

He said the promise to build the NBN was "like the Labor Party telling us that
they will develop, build, and deliver a
Maserati to 93 percent of Australians next year when so far they havenít been
able to get a bridle on a donkey."

Joyce touted the Coalition's "affordable" and "prudent" broadband network that
consisted of a patchwork of wired,
wireless and satellite services.

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Batshit Barnaby? Even the Monk found him an embarrassment, hardly a
credible voice on technical matters.

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He and Conroy make a good pair.

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Thanks, I needed that laugh.
Now for another, ABC, iview(if they have it) Landline and Warren Truss(CP
ldr) explaining why Barnaby is good for the party.



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Don't knock it. there must be millions of women in this country who just
love patchwork and similar stuff and we all know from agriculture that
monoculture is highly vulnerable {;-).


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