Sledge of the Day – Fed Farmers again

The Feds are on fire with a contender for sledge of the day:

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And a video of the silly CNN bint:

 


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  • Phar Lap

    If the RED/”greens” were in power ,they would tax it and also add a capital gain on it.That lot always want something for nothing

  • Vlad

    Why don’t other organisations with an interest in these subjects grow a pair and join FedFarmers in a good-humoured sledging of the daily tripe that is generated by the greenies? When done with a bit of a laugh it does a lot to defuse the nonsense they pump on to the web. Good on FedFarmers and the smart person who deals this out.

  • Agent BallSack

    Might have to make FedFarmers the first ever thing I follow on twitter just to see them put it up the bastards.

  • boristhefrog

    Ha… that’s gold from FF…

  • BJ

    Well Gareth – things being like they are in the order of things in the universe – if our times up and the asteroid hit the world there will be nothing left to mine.

    • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

      BJ – Greens’ Meteor tax will save us. If the Greens can make the suckers in this country believe that paying eco tax will save this planet, why couldn’t the meteor tax save us?

  • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

    What about a meteor protection tax bros – Oooops I see Phar Lap has already suggested! Good to see the Tory bros are learning fast and getting used to Labour-Green philosophy of tax and spend. I don’t think Kiwi suckers will pay a little more to protect their dear ones from Meteor attacks. Shall I suggest say 3 cents on income over 60K? Does that sound OK bros?

  • Butts_McButts

    Actually one meteor could hold more extractable reserves of a given compoud than the total extracted by mankind from the Earth over the course of human history. Mining asteroids is something that several start-ups are evaluating at the moment.

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