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(generated from captions) rather be shot out of a canon Lucky it is a gorgeous day and clear morning here in Canberra too. I spoke to the Prime Minister Earlier in the show about today's carbon tax vote. Opposition Leader Tony Abbott. For the other side, I'm joined by Good morning. so what then? This tax is going to get through, Will you keep fighting it? The short answer is yes. Today will be a day of betrayal, if the vote goes through. This is parliament which has no mandate for a carbon tax and let's never forget the Prime Minister's clear message before the last election, "There will be carbon tax under the government I last election, "There will be no lead." It's a day of detrayal, it means everyone's cost of living will be higher and everyone's job will be less secure. If row have the ability, elected, get rid of it? Appeal it? get rid of it? Appeal it?? Can you? We can, we will and we must. If we ant want to take the pressure off people's cost of living and take Australian manufacturing back to a competitive level playing field we have got to get rid of the carbon tax. Pretty tough going once it is in legislation and business have got their head around it and made changes, that is going to be tough to take it away? Business will always want to lose a tax. There is no businessman alive or businesswoman alive who doesn't want to lose a tax. Sophie Mirabella was kicked out last night. That doesn't help things today for you guys. We put to Prime Minister the speculation she today for you guys. We put to the Prime today for you guys. We put to the

may bring forward the debate on the migration act? They have said the Migration Bill, the People-Swap Bill will be dealt with tomorrow. Let's see if they honour the commitment. When will we see the consequences of the consequences of the carbon tax you When will we see the dire warned us about? I think before the carbon tax is fully operational, some businesses will start putting up prices because they know once the carbon tax is there, prices are just going to go up and up and up. It is $ up and up and up. It is $23 a tonne next year. $ next year. $29 a tonne in 2020. Even on the government's own figures, $ on the government's own figures, $131 a tonne by 2050. It is a tax that is permanent, a tax that is increasing and the compensation will be temporary. Can you sympathise with voters, what Can you

you say is in stark contrast with what the Prime Minister is telling us. A lot of people are confused and don't understand it still and don't understand it still and don't know what it is going to mean. hear such different sides and it know what it is going to mean. We will be confusing. The The next election will be a referendum on carbon tax and reliability, and I say to people if you feel ripped off, vote against it and the political party which has sponsored it. Alright, well I know you have Alright, well I know you have got a lot in there today. See how it goes. Thanks for your time.