Thoughts on the 2012/2013 federal budget Twitter Updates for 2012-05-10

Twitter Updates for 2012-05-09

May 9th, 2012 at 09:00pm

  • @ABCNews24 how come you only placed pro-Labor tweets on the screen? What about a balance of positive and negative?? Your bias is obvious. #
  • This should make money, not cost money?? MT @theheraldsun: Weather bureau to get $300,000 to trial website advertising #
  • Yep, tax and spend RT @7NewsSydney: Key message of Labor budget: mining boom is to be shared through big cash handouts. #
  • More proof that surplus is a trick RT @morrison954: Debt limit lifted to $300B up 50B. Currently Australian Govt owes $228B and rising. #
  • Oh look, something in the budget with which I agree. RT @theheraldsun: #Budget2012 scraps green building tax breaks #
  • I'll wrap up my budget summary by saying that I'm unimpressed and concerned, but not surprised. Predict small temporary poll jump for Labor. #
  • So, debt going up? RT @Ross_Greenwood: Govt interest bill in the coming four years: $7 billion, $6.8 billion, $7 billion, $8.2 billion. #
  • @nataliejpeters Great work tonight on the budget coverage 🙂 #
  • @2CC it'd be nice, but then Julia would have been out after her trip to US Congress. in reply to 2CC #
  • Currently 91% say no. RT @tenbreakfast: Today's poll: Will the federal budget change how you vote? Have your say here: #
  • Spot on! RT@markparton: Long term Federal public servant Mike tells me he supports massive cuts to the PS. He says it's woefully inefficient #
  • @larryemdur So Larry, did @kyliegillies steal Price Is Right prizes? Was it chocolate?? in reply to larryemdur #
  • Looking good in Indiana. RT @953MNC: SENATE RACE UPDATE: Mourdock leads Lugar, 61% to 39% with 15% of the vote counted. #
  • North Carolina: I'd gladly live there. RT @FoxNews: North Carolina approves amendment banning gay marriage #

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