Let busi­ness coun­cils de­cide wages, con­di­tions

The Morning Bulletin - - OPINION -

I WOULD like to an­swer the hu­mor­ous let­ter from Shaun New­man (TMB 14/05/18) re Bill Shorten’s Bud­get Re­ply speech.

It took me a long time to con­trol my laugh­ter, ev­i­dently Shaun New­man hasn’t seen too many op­po­si­tion Bud­get re­ply speeches.

I have watched nu­mer­ous news com­men­ta­tors ask Big Spend­ing Bill, how he is go­ing to pay for this ridicu­lous “dou­ble” tax break that the Gov­ern­ment is of­fer­ing.

No an­swer, of course, why should he, this is the same as the Gov­ern­ment sell­ing Medi­care. Did he apol­o­gise? Not on your life! I be­lieve that af­ter see­ing just how much money all the unions are re­ceiv­ing, they are Big Busi­ness!

The unions should be made to pay tax or get rid of all unions and cre­ate a busi­ness coun­cil to over­see any and all busi­ness wages and con­di­tions. Bruce Simp­son Rock­hamp­ton

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