Open dis­cus­sion

Isis Town and Country - - Opinion -

Even though the La­bor party can­di­date for Hin­kler is in­ex­pe­ri­enced I would have thought that some­one in the La­bor party could have pro­vided cam­paign ad­vice (Isis Town and Coun­try 19/05/16). There will be a num­ber of de­bates through­out the cam­paign or­gan­ised by lo­cal cham­bers of com­merce, lo­cal me­dia or other com­mu­nity or­gan­i­sa­tions. I wel­come those op­por­tu­ni­ties to dis­cuss top­ics that mat­ter to the con­stituents of Hin­kler and the Coali­tion’s plan for jobs and a stronger econ­omy. The ALP can­di­date may know where he stands on is­sues, how­ever he fails to elab­o­rate fur­ther so I will take this op­por­tu­nity to ex­plain. A vote for La­bor means more debt, more taxes and eco­nomic chaos. La­bor has a $66 bil­lion Bud­get black hole with no means to pay for it. Apart from bor­row­ing more money and rais­ing taxes. La­bor is di­vided on Na­tional Se­cu­rity and they don’t sup­port turn-backs which are a vi­tal part of se­cur­ing Aus­tralia’s bor­ders. Only the Coali­tion’s eco­nomic plan will drive growth and jobs for in­di­vid­u­als and busi­nesses in Hin­kler. And we will con­tinue to pro­tect Aus­tralia’s bor­ders as we have done for the past three years.

KEITH PITT MP Fed­eral Mem­ber for Hin­kler As­sis­tant Min­is­ter to the Deputy Prime Min­is­ter

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