Henry in The Australian Friday 11 March 2011:
'"MY son," Timothy Smith from the Fortitude Parents Group told the Productivity Commission's disability inquiry, "is 113cm tall at four, weighs 25kg and does not walk." Yet Smith has spent over a year seeking approval to get his son a high-low bed.
While Smith struggled, Kristina Keneally's 264, which should have provided the funding, splurged on multimillion-dollar payments to the advisers who concocted its failed sale of electricity assets, and the Rudd and Gillard 264s threw billions at school halls, pink batts and subsidies to auto companies to reinvent hybrid cars.'
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