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Thursday, 21 March 2013
Page: 2965

Mr CRAIG KELLY (Hughes) (13:56): I rise to speak on this wonderful day of Harmony Day—a day when we can all come together and hold hands and sing Kumbaya! Let the sun shine in! But, on this Harmony Day, what a rabble and a farce we are seeing on the other side of the House. But the problem is not with the personalities; the problem is with the policies. We have seen the most disgraceful array of policies from that side of the chamber, from GroceryWatch to the carbon tax. We have seen Australian families and small businesses putting up with almost a doubling of their electricity prices under this government. We have seen a loss of control of our borders. We have seen the pink batts tragedy. We have seen the overpriced school halls, the mining tax, the live cattle disaster, the set-top box fiasco—the list goes on and on and on. And now we are going to see the most farcical question time in the history of this chamber.

It is time for this government to finally call it off—to go. The public have had enough. Your time is over. It is time for an election, to give the public their say, to get rid of— (Time expired)