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Last 50 tweets from @LiberalAus
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
Labor's energy failures are having a real impact on Australian manufacturing and Australian families.
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
Another day, another male Labor MP using personal insults against a female opponent. So disappointing. Is this the standard you accept, @AlboMP?
“You are never better off when Labor has its hands on the Budget. As an Opposition, we will stand against Labor’s broken promises.” @PeterDutton_MP #auspol
“Under the previous Labor Government, power prices rose on average by 12.9 per cent per year. Over nine years of Coalition Government, they rose on average by 0.3 per cent per year.” @PeterDutton_MP #auspol
“When you hear Labor’s spin, when you hear them carry-on about a ‘wasted decade’, it’s a distraction from the fact that this Government has no economic plan.” @PeterDutton_MP #auspol
“Labor talks down our economy, but could not name a single country whose position they would rather be in. They’re vocal in criticising our pandemic response. But silent on the fact their measures would have cost taxpayers an extra $81 billion dollars.” @PeterDutton_MP #auspol
“There are now 596,000 more Australians in jobs than prior to the pandemic.” @PeterDutton_MP #auspol
“In just one year – between 2020-21 and 2021-22 – the Budget improved by over $100 billion dollars – the largest turn-around since Federation.” @PeterDutton_MP #auspol
“There’s a historical pattern of Labor creating a mess and the Coalition cleaning it up.” @PeterDutton_MP #auspol
“In energy, tax relief, housing, filling job shortages, industrial relations, and infrastructure in our regions. Labor’s Budget makes life more difficult. And it shows – yet again – that Labor can’t manage the economy when it forms Government.” @PeterDutton_MP #auspol
“On Tuesday, the Treasurer failed to mention in his speech what Labor’s Budget papers verified.
‘Everything is going up, except your wages.’
Cost-of-living, power prices, taxes, interest rates, unemployment, and the deficit are going⬆️ or will be going ⬆️” @PeterDutton_MP #auspol
“The Treasurer said his Budget ‘makes hard decisions for hard times’. But I say his Budget makes bad decisions – making hard times even harder for all Australians…” @PeterDutton_MP #auspol
“Nations around the world are contending with economic challenges born from the pandemic and amplified by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. But thanks to the Coalition Government’s record, the fundamentals of the Australian economy are strong.” @PeterDutton_MP #auspol
“Labor’s Budget was a missed opportunity to help you at a time when you need help. It didn’t address our economic challenges or inspire confidence. It’s a Budget which breaks promises, rather than keeps them.” @PeterDutton_MP #auspol
Replying to @LiberalAus
“Labor’s Budget weakens Australia’s financial position, rather than strengthens it.” @PeterDutton_MP #auspol
“Labor’s Budget was a missed opportunity to help you at a time when you need help. It didn’t address our economic challenges or inspire confidence. It’s a Budget which breaks promises, rather than keeps them.” @PeterDutton_MP #auspol
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
A typical Labor budget. Wages down, jobs down, growth down. Taxes up, spending up, cost of living up, mortgage payments up.
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
In reply to @SenatorHume
Labor promised Australians they ‘would be better off under a Labor government’. But in actual fact, by Christmas, a typical Australian family will be at least $2,000 worse off.
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
In reply to @SenatorHume
👉 The cost of living is going up 👉 Electricity and gas bills are going up 👉 Your tax payments are going up
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
In reply to @SenatorHume
There is no credible plan to tackle inflation or help Australians with the cost of living right now.
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
Labor’s first Federal Budget does nothing to assist your family budget.
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
Tonight’s budget is a test for Labor.
It’s a test to see whether they can deliver a plan to tackle inflation.
And it’s a test to see whether they can deliver a plan to reduce the cost of living for Australians right now.
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
Chris Richardson: “If you hear someone talking about a federal debt of a trillion dollars, the chances are they have their facts wrong or are making a political point.”
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
In reply to @SenatorHume
We haven’t seen any economic plan from Labor. When you don’t have a plan, you plan to fail. 🚫📑
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
Labor just voted against Coalition amendment in the Senate seeking to ensure the Government cannot place age pensioners, veteran pensioners and service pensioners on income management - disgraceful and hypocritical.
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
An extraordinary life which touched so many has sadly come to an end. The last page has been inked on an exceptional reign. Thank you, Your Majesty, for everything. My statement on the death of Queen Elizabeth II:…
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
We always welcome Labor’s adoption of Coalition policy, but today’s announced pensioner income credit is too little, too late.
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
A few people have asked if I regret not attending Labor’s Union Summit. The short answer is no.
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
Commemorating Vietnam Veterans' Day at a poignant service with Jenny Ware, the local RSL Sub-branch and community. Read my Vietnam Veterans' Day statement here:…
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
Wishing our Australian Indian community a Happy 75th Indian Independence Day. Together, our two nations share a strong friendship built from mutual trust, respect, and shared values. Thank you for your continuing contribution to our nation 🇦🇺 🇮🇳
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
🚨Live pictures from Treasurer Chalmers Office 🚨

👉 A speech is not a plan.
👉 A press conference is not a plan.
👉 Excuses are not a plan.
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
#BREAKING: The Prime Minister just refused to stand by his election promise to cut power prices by $275. As cost of living continues to hit household budgets, the PM is running away from solving the problem.
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
The ABCC is the last line of defence between a strong construction industry and the chaos and delays caused by a Union-run Labor government.
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
Older Australians should be able to keep more of what they earn.
A Dutton government would support older Australians who choose to work more by doubling the amount of income age pensioners and veteran service pensioners can earn without reducing pension payments.
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
Congrats to my good friend @KerrynneLiddle on being elected to the Senate @LiberalAus. South Australia has selected a great representative with the most amazing and broad set of skills and experience. Proud to serve with you.
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
Many congratulations to Kerrynne Liddle who has been elected a new @LiberalAus Senator for South Australia.

A former business owner & leader in the private & public sector, Kerrynne brings experience in tourism, energy, media, arts, social housing & indigenous affairs.
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
If @AlboMP is serious about bipartisanship in Indigenous policy he needs to get the facts right. @KenWyattAM delivered additional funding to increase NT voter enrolment. Voter suppression has never been our policy and never will be.
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
Last year the Coalition delivered an additional $9.4m to the AEC to expand successful programs for additional enrolment and participation the NT. This comment is either unforgivably ignorant, woefully ill-informed, or a blatant lie. Which one @AlboMP?…
Here's how to vote for your local Liberal 🗳
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
Anthony Albanese:

❌ Doesn’t understand unemployment.

❌ Doesn’t understand interest rates.

❌ Doesn’t know his disability policy.

❌ Makes up wages policy on the run.

❌ Didn’t know Australia’s borders reopened months ago.

❌ Won’t answer questions on Labor’s ⬆️ deficits.
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  

@AlboMP who promised to answer every question and has been campaigning on transparency planned to DITCH travelling media after Labor's costings were released this afternoon.

He's retreated after media backlash.

More here:

Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
This is unprecedented. Albanese ditches travelling press pack…
This is disappointing behaviour. Will @zdaniel or @Mon4Kooyong condemn it?
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
Mr Albanese started the campaign saying he would answer every question. Now he storms out of press conferences.

Labor’s first ad said all policies were costed. Yet 4 days until #ausvotes  & none have been.

Mr Albanese’s not up to the job of PM. Don’t risk his weak leadership.
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
That’s 35 policies @LiberalAus & @The_Nationals have lodged for transparent, public costing this election.

This compares to 0 policies lodged by Anthony Albanese & Labor. #auspol #ausvotes
Liberal Party Retweeted ·  
6.49am Bill Shorten tells @TheTodayShow "We'll release our costings on Thursday."

6.50am Jim Chalmers tells @sunriseon7 "I'm not going to tell you the day.”

Labor can’t even be straight with the date of their costings let alone how they’ll pay for their spending.

We will help more Australians buy their first home by letting them invest a part of their super, meaning less time spent paying rent:
We are providing tax incentives for small businesses to go digital so they can continue to grow and employ more Australians.
This election provides a clear choice, with real consequences for Australia.

We are delivering a strong economy and a stronger future.

Anthony Albanese and Labor would weaken our economy and put Australia’s recovery at risk.

#auspol #ausvotes #ausvotes22
You should keep more of what you earn. Our plan guarantees lower taxes for millions of Australians. #auspol #ausvotes #ausvotes22
The gender pay gap now sits at 13.8% - down from 17.4% under the previous Labor government. #auspol #ausvotes #ausvotes22
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