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To whom it may concern
« on: May 20, 2016, 07:34:38 AM »
G'day,

This is a personal reflection on the present political process.

You ignore attempts to get information.  You surround yourselves with firewalls and filters.  In the shadows of an election you make contact in the vain hope that we will support your latest political proposition.  Well I have some news for you all.

Get stuffed!

There is only so much contempt that one can handle.

We will critique policy on the basis of merit, not political bias.

If the hat fits, wear it!

Have a good day now, won't you.

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Robert
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Re: To whom it may concern
« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2016, 07:38:25 AM »
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Re: To whom it may concern
« Reply #2 on: May 20, 2016, 08:00:28 AM »
Seconded.

To all of you buggers out there (and we know you read this) - just who do you think you are?

Do your job and the rest will take care of itself.
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Re: To whom it may concern
« Reply #3 on: May 23, 2016, 02:37:46 AM »
Sent to all outlets:

23rd May 2016

Queensland: Labor - It isn't Working

Greetings,

We appear to have a State Government frozen at the wheel. Public transport improvement is moribund.

* SEQ Fare review still stalled.
* No action on bus reform. Our proposal is here --> http://tiny.cc/newnetwork since 2014.
* No action on the Sunshine Coast line mess (no, we do not count re-planning as an action).
* Cross River Rail is a mess, three video animations of various failed proposals so far (will there be a fourth?).
* No concession fares for unemployed, despite being ALP policy since September 2014.

Governments are elected to act. They are not there for the sake of just being there.

History has shown beyond doubt that the electorate is very sensitive towards detecting political theatre, political posturing, and stalling tactics.  They will not hesitate to quickly and decisively boot out a government that does not move on the issues.

Bus reform is low cost and quick to implement and should not be delayed further.

RAIL Back on Track is a politically neutral organisation. We are happy to work with the government of the day and assess policies on merit. We also have no hesitation to vigorously hold public administrations to account no matter what their political colour.

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Robert

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