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Rudd's $43bn fast web gamble
The global recession has forced Kevin Rudd to scrap plans for a high-speed national broadband network funded by the private sector and wager at least $21.9 billion of taxpayers' money to fund his election pledge to bring internet speeds into the 21st century. The Australian

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Carine
Privatisation of yet another government obligation. It will be followed by privatising water supply. Soon there will be no reason for a government as we know now, as there will be little left in the way of infrastructure responsibilities. No need for all the relevant ministers and there departments. Less government expenditure, so less STATE TAXES!!!!!! What a thought.

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