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How the hell are they in power?

Rotary walked this morning … they were not given time by the government to come up with a proposal which would realistically take 3-6 months.

Whether I am part of a Rotary hospital annex with full private and ensuite accommodation which this property gave doesn’t matter.

What matters is we get this project underway and benefit Tasmanians as a whole so that not one single person has the added anguish of being in the cold and friendless when they need it the most.

My heartfelt thanks to your readers.

As I lost cold a healthy 6 figures with the 7 day closure of AGHouse I am not in a position or wish to write a cheque for a building to help out a government who at the end of the day doesn’t care about the people who put them into power.

I am curious why Housing Tasmania in this instance doesn’t have to account as to where the proceeds from the sale of this particular sale will be used

Richard Lowrie, a hopeful Liberal candidate for Denison, put his life on hold for me and went through the property and wrote emails to Bartlett which humbled me; it has restored a faith in Liberal which I had lost.

To date not one Labor politition has picked up the phone or emailed me; how the hell are they in power when they care so utterly little about the people who put them there.

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  1. Mike Adams

    January 28, 2010 at 6:48 pm

    They probably had orders not to…

  2. Russell

    January 28, 2010 at 3:56 pm

    If only you were helping forestry interests, Ruth, you would have the money tomorrow and an emailed confirmation, no questions asked.

  3. John

    January 27, 2010 at 11:40 pm

    Sorry Ruth, you have been conned by what I call the ‘true deceivers’!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Peter Bright

    January 27, 2010 at 10:10 pm

    The Westminster system is in failure mode, Ruth.

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