Victory to the goodies 10/9/2012
All hail a win for common sense and human rights over bulldust merchants and bullying bureaucrats.
THEY fought them on the beaches to save their homes after local council officers ruled that, because of UN predictions of climate change, they could be wiped out by coastal erosion by the end of this century.
Now that they have won, the butchers, bakers and candlestick makers of Lake Cathie on the NSW mid north coast find it offensive that the Greens portray them as a small, rich special interest set. Yesterday Lake Cathie Coastal Residents Group convener Paul Flemming and his wife Priscilla marshalled the Dad’s Army of resident action battlers of Illaroo Road and Chepana Street in a victory rally.
The tide is turning on so many issues as demonstrated by the shellacking maggoty Greens copped at the weekend in NSW council elections.
Voters turned on the Greens in some of the party’s local government strongholds as part of a shift to the Right blamed in part on federal policy rows over asylum-seekers and climate change.
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