Aussie Journo: ‘Carbon pricing has been the killing fields of politics’

Slate reports:

In my home country, Australia, carbon pricing has been the “killing fields” of politics, says Lenore Taylor, political editor for the Guardian Australia. In an extraordinary couple of years of drama in Canberra, the usually sedate (read: dull) capital, three leaders—including two sitting prime ministers—have been toppled and replaced by their own parties, partly due to disagreements over climate change.

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2 responses to “Aussie Journo: ‘Carbon pricing has been the killing fields of politics’

  1. These evil people won’t just go away. They’ll be looking to set up a dictatorship so they can force this upon us. The lowly electorate just isn’t smart enough to know what’s good for them

  2. Wow. “a market-based solution…” “a fear campaign run by talk radio…”

    Nope, no Left-wing bias in THAT article, now is there?

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