Having My Say

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The depraved mind and heinous activities of a Pedophile exposed...

Having My Say

by Rose C Taylor

For all the Children. We are their guardians.

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Synopsis

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The author was inspired to write ‘Poor Poppy and the Chocolate Man’ to help bring to the attention of all parents the realization that their children can become victims of a pedophile. At the same time she wishes to give the reader an insight into behind the scenes of the unknowing families, the law enforcement’s detectives’ efforts to help stamp out these ever increasing everyday heinous acts of behavior and the recognition for the introduction of harsher sentences.   The author also wishes to state that whilst the Australian Government has apologised to the stolen generation it is her heartfelt wish that through the pages of ‘Poor Poppy and the Chocolate Man’ a sincere apology will reach all of the children who have become victims of a pedophile.


                                                                                                                        Having My Say

 

“Have I got time to go to ‘Just Jeans’?”

 

“What do you mean I need more co-ordination?”

 

 

 

“Gotcha Krudd”

 

HAVING MY SAY

Miners aren’t pulling their weight…. Sunday Herald Sun May 23, 2010

“Deputy Prime Minister Julia Gillard says the low effective company tax rate proves big mining companies can afford to pay more.”

This remark comes from the same person who is behind the bureaucracy that has been reported as eating one third of school funds.

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/nation/bureaucracy-eats-third-of-school-funds/story-e6frg6nf-1225869810507

Has anyone questioned that the real reason for the controversial 40% super tax is to pay for the irresponsible spending of Australia’s wealth by the current Labor government?

http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/national/mining-tax-open-to-change-martin-ferguson-says/comments-e6frf7l6-1225870085502


THE AUSTRALIAN

Rudd must draw on his resources

God help us should Australia be subject to another 3 years of the current Labor government. However, with the opposition now showing its true colors, among them its inability to lead I, like Milo of Melbourne, continue to curse those that chose to turn their backs on Malcolm.

  • Rose C Taylor of Melton West Posted at 1:05 PM Today

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/opinion/rudd-must-draw-on-his-resources/comments-e6frg6zo-1225868875686


THE AUSTRALIAN

Labor links Abbott gaffe to Work Choices

When a politician uses 'gonna' then he should be gone.

  • Rose C Taylor of Melton West Posted at 4:00 PM Today

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/politics/labor-links-abbott-gaffe-to-work-choices/comments-e6frgczf-1225868185920


THE AUSTRALIAN

I am pleased to read among the comments that I am not the only person who questioned her electronic help. I am also pleased that like me Jessica does not see herself as a hero. A great achiever yes - but at what expense to the public in general?                                                                           Post Script (e.g. not all of her followers understand the complex world of electronics.) 

alien2324au | Melton West - May 16, 2010, 1:12PM

http://www.theage.com.au/opinion/society-and-culture/spirit-of-sailors-guides-our-girl-home-to-glory-20100515-v5d3.html?posted=error

http://www.theage.com.au/nsw/sponsor-slams-orchestrated-voyage-20100515-v5do.html


Finance

Federal Budget: What's in it for you?

"By doing it without causing much pain (unless you're a big mining company), they have rolled Abbot and shadow treasurer Joe Hockey up in that rug and consigned them to the opposition benches for another three years."  I cannot agree with this statement; if this is a foregone conclusion why waste voter's time with an election?

Rose Taylor - Melton West

alien2324au - May 12 12:39pm

 http://au.pfinance.yahoo.com/b/michaelpascoe/888/?page=1&last_page=1#comments


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Catherine Deveny sacked by The Age over Logies Twitter rant

It was reported that the ABC did not endorse her comments but it didn't stop Jon Faine from having Deveny on his radio show this morning which eventually I was forced to turn off.  I agree with Howson that she went too far with her twittering with regard to eleven year Bindi Irwin. 

 http://www.heraldsun.com.au/entertainment/catherine-deveny-slammed-as-vile-creature-over-logies-twitter-rant/story-fn4sol8z-1225862242173


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Nixon must go, says ex-chief

It was Sunday morning and all through the night I had been listening to 774 Melbourne. When I awoke, from eventually getting a few hours sleep, I lay in my bed fully aware of my feelings; I felt dead.

I would not be amiss in saying that every Victorian, if not Australian, would have felt that life as we knew it had been violated in a shameful and horrific way. Shameful because of the deliberate lighting of fires by arsonists; horrific because of the great number of lost lives and destruction of communities.

When we are talking of underbellies we at least know who we are dealing with. When we are talking about arsonists should we know and accept we are dealing with terrorists?

When we are talking of sacking Christine Nixon can we please also talk of her great work as recognized by survivors of Black Saturday?  “Let him who is without sin among you be the first to throw a stone at her.” John 8:7     

We as citizens of Australia must be bound by our ethics to ask both Federal and State governments, including those in opposition, to seriously look further with regard to the safety of our bush and country communities – not the removal from office of Christine Nixon.


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Banks grab fees from low earners - Herald Sun

The following is taken from an article I wrote back in March 2009 and submitted to Herald Sun April 12. 2010.

Sometime back in the late 1990’s the government of the day sought submissions from small business with regard to the banking habits of our major banking institutions.  I know because I acted on behalf of a small business.

Unfortunately it was put on hold because of a forthcoming election.  It is a pity that the intended investigation into the services and fees of our banking system back then did not go ahead.

The initial introduction of ATM’s and in time access to the internet was to cut down on the banks’ needing extra staff to cater for our monetary needs.  My bank like all others lacks the necessary tellers to meet its daily service to its customers yet feels no shame in charging us for using their electronic money making technological devices.

They do not advise you that you do not have the necessary funds to cover an outstanding cheque or monthly PP; instead they take it upon themselves to honor your transaction and then charge like wounded bulls for the privilege.

Rose C Taylor – Melton West


THE AUSTRALIAN

Kevin Rudd questions Victorian premier's hospitals performance

  • Rose C Taylor of Melton West Posted at 12:15 PM April 15, 2010

    Jason of Lane Cove said - I don't want to see another major reform in Australia scuttled. Exactly what would he call the insulation program and the school building program? Rose C Taylor - Melton West


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Banks grab fees from low earners - Herald Sun April 12, 2010

The following is taken from an article I wrote back in March 2009 and submitted to Herald Sun April 12. 2010.

Sometime back in the late 1990’s the government of the day sought submissions from small business with regard to the banking habits of our major banking institutions.  I know because I acted on behalf of a small business.

Unfortunately it was put on hold because of a forthcoming election.  It is a pity that the intended investigation into the services and fees of our banking system back then did not go ahead.

The initial introduction of ATM’s and in time access to the internet was to cut down on the banks’ needing extra staff to cater for our monetary needs.  My bank like all others lacks the necessary tellers to meet its daily service to its customers yet feels no shame in charging us for using their electronic money making technological devices.

They do not advise you that you do not have the necessary funds to cover an outstanding cheque or monthly PP; instead they take it upon themselves to honor your transaction and then charge like wounded bulls for the privilege.

Rose C Taylor – Melton West

http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/big-four-banks-fee-grab/story-e6frf7jo-1225852485247


Kevin Rudd hits back at Robin Williams' Australian jibe on US talk show….

  • Rose C Taylor of Melton West Posted at 12:59 PM 31/03/2010

Come out of what Mr. Rudd - the water or the closet? Commonsense is something you partake in not just talk about.

http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/kevin-rudd-hits-back-at-robin-williams-australian-jibe-on-us-talk-show/story-e6frf7jo-1225847893804

 


Nicola Roxon says action man Tony Abbott neglecting policy....

THE federal government has continued to question the amount of time Tony Abbott devotes to exercise, suggesting the hours he spends swimming, riding and running should go towards developing policy. A definite case of the pot calling the kettle black. It is not that long ago that voters were complaining about the length of time Rudd spent overseas rather than overseeing our country. Rose C Taylor Melton West 12.24 pm Sunday March 28th 2010.

http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/national/labor-are-sport-snobs-on-tony-abbott-triathlon-christopher-pyne-says/comments-e6frf7l6-1225846468347


THE AUSTRALIAN

Lifestyle-altering strategies more likely to reduce liberty – The Australian January 25, 2010

  • Rose C Taylor of Melton West Posted at 12:30 PM Today

Higher Taxes - While I would have to agree that encouraging a healthier lifestyle would benefit the individual I cannot agree that bumping up taxes on alcohol and cigarettes, in particular, would increase government coffers. This very action would have to discriminate between the rich and the poor. Less of both products would be sold and in return more violence and crime would be carried out by those unable to afford either alcohol or cigarettes. Furthering the creation of a nanny state can also in my opinion reduce our freedom to that of the Nazi regime. It is time to get sensible answers from sensible people. I rest my case.

Comment 32 of 32


HAVING MY SAY

TIGER Woods has done every married woman a favour. Well, every married woman bar his wife, that is. Herald Sun  Wed 9/12/09 Andrew Bolt 

In your boot mate - your true colors come shining through

 http://www.heraldsun.com.au/opinion/wrong-holly-at-christmas/story-e6frfhqf-1225808410278


Yahoo!7 News:  Tiger linked to porn star…

Sticks and stones may break his bones but names will never hurt him.  Go Tiger - those that continue to publish stories about you are only jealous. When will they accept that you are only a man. (11.50 am 8/12/09) Rose


'Abbott should be shelling nuts'

  • Rose C Taylor of Melton West Posted at 2:16 PM Today (Dec 04, 2009).

I too had never heard of Stuart MacGill until I read this story but not only do I agree with his comments but also I defend his right to say them. If Tony Abbott’s daly with the Dalai Lama is any kind of example of what we can expect from Abbott then all I can say is God help the Liberal Party. Rose C Taylor


A Wentworth By-election?  Antony Green

As a committed member of the Liberal Party I find your article not only offensive but also contains the same spin we get from Rudd.

http://blogs.abc.net.au/antonygreen/2009/11/a-wentworth-byelection.html?cid=6a00e0097e4e688833012875e731e1970c#comment-6a00e0097e4e688833012875e731e1970c

Update:

I note from today's newspapers there will be no by-election. I must admit I am not happy Mr. Turnbull lost by one vote, however, while Mr. Abbott is in the hot seat I can excuse myself from polling day duties.

"Turnbull dooming Libs to landslide defeat: rebel MP

    Rose Taylor:

Comment posted 26 Nov 2009 1:48:20pm ABC News

A rebel without a cause? Goods news does not make headlines. On Tony Delroys issue of the day earlier this morning I was pleasantly surprised by the number of callers who supported both Mr. Turnbull and the liberal party."


THE AUSTRALIAN

Rose C Taylor of Melton West Posted at 2:57 PM Today  Wed 25th Nov, 2009.

Turnbull survives leadership spill vote

Having closely monitored the events of yesterday I am at loss to understand why so many members of the Liberal Party fed Rudd and his government fuel for thought.  The school boy bully tactics of Wilson Tuckey left me cold. 

When a member of parliament accepts the number one position as leader of a political party it should go without saying that he has the support of all of his colleagues.  Yes debate should take place within the four walls of the party room but not continuously chided outside for the press.

AAP Seven News posted by Rose 3.00 pm Wednesday 25th November, 2009.


South Australian Premier Mike Rann faces political turmoil over sex affair claims by Michelle Chantelois...

What gives me the willies is the lack of discretion shown by this ex lover.   A word of warning to future parliamentarians wanting to have an affair – keep your trousers shut.

Rose C Taylor of Melton West Posted at 2:48 PM Today November 23, 2009

 


HAVING MY SAY

Rudd is treating us like mugs

The  Australian Wednesday November, 18 2009-11-18

Paul Kelly, Editor-at-large

"THE PM has had a victory with the Oceanic Viking, so he should drop the spin."  What victory? It is you who should drop the spin.

While our current Prime Minister continues to run our country from the four corners of the earth his ability to be in control is fast becoming a ‘farce’.

Resolution not Dissolution


 

THE AUSTRALIAN                                                                                                                                               

Democracy is the worst form of government except for all those others that have been tried. (Sir Winston Churchill) [1]  

If the relationship between Prime Minister, Parliament and the electorate is the most democratic part of the system it is slowly being eroded. Accountability, a dirty word in this day and age of the Labor Party, is robbing us of the true meaning of democracy.

Although there is no guarantee that democratic decisions produce just and wise decisions about relations with other nations (e.g. on war, trading policies), including environmental questions and other matters affecting the interests of future generations democracy must be the main aim of our government.

What does democracy mean? In Ancient Greece some cities were democracies, others were oligarchies. Democracy here in Australia once meant being ruled by the people, however, the question now to be considered is are we currently oligarchy and being ruled by the few?

While unions continue to influence the Labor Party is it fair to assume that oligarchy does rule?

From wanting to have welfare participants use a debit card in order to monitor their spending habits to banning up to two year old children from watching television along with other numerous ‘nanny type’ and non feasible policies one can only conclude that Australia is fast becoming the socialist non-democratic country envisioned by Rudd in his essay 'The Global Financial Crisis'.

Rose C Taylor of Melton West Posted at 11:47 AM Friday 13th November, 2009 - The Australian

 [1] http://quotations.about.com/od/winstonchurchill/tp/10_churchill.htm Uphill with Churchill


 

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Labor losing war on bureaucratic waste as consultants' bill hits $450m: November 10th, 2009

He has all the virtues I dislike and none of the vices I admire. (Sir Winston Churchill) [1]

   When we look back at the splurge of spin that Kevin Rudd sprouted in his essay ‘The Global Financial Crisis’ we have to ask the question what did he not understand about the word ‘crisis’?

   In my book Kevin Rudd has always from the very beginning of his prime ministerial duties displayed tendencies towards manic depression; he certainly gains admiration for his diplomatic skills, however, it is a definite virtue that I dislikeat the same time I do not admire his vice of here today gone tomorrow.

   Kevin Rudd was voted in as the leader of this country’s government.  Taking credit for our past leader’s successes yet on the other hand continually blaming him for the wrongs facing this country surely does not put him in a credible position.

   At what point of time will both Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard take responsibility for the policies neglected by them? Their inability to be made accountable is the real ‘crisis’ facing this country which in time can only lead to Australia being at the real front of the ‘Global Financial Crisis’. 

 [1] http://quotations.about.com/od/winstonchurchill/tp/10_churchill.htm


 

John Singleton sparks new race row with "dago" comment on live radio

What is it with these people who drag racism into their acts?  Are they frightened they won’t be remembered for their other accomplishments? 

  • Rose C Taylor of Melton West Posted at 4:52 PM October 14, 2009

 


HAVING MY SAY

Guidelines tipped to push toddler TV ban -

http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2009/10/12/2711195.htm

“Researchers developing national early childhood guidelines are expected to recommend that children under two should not be allowed to watch television.”

Yesterday it was reported that the Government plans to monitor the use of welfare payments - today we read they want to monitor the TV viewing of our children up to two years old.  Will we read to-morrow that they want to monitor those who will be allowed to live past two years old?

Rose C Taylor - October, 12 2009


- This has to be the 'comment of the month of May'

Federal politicians can recoup 40 per cent of allowance:

http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/story/0,21985,25519719-661,00.html#submit-feedback

'"Mr Rudd's office said the PM spent all of his electorate allowance in his electorate each year, primarily buying bikes for auction. "'What kind of bikes Mr. Rudd 2 legged or two wheeled?

Posted by: Rose Taylor of Melton West 10:23pm May 21, 2009 Herald Sun
Comment 3 of 28

http://www.alien2324au.addr.com/Onyabikemate_index.html


THE AUSTRALIAN

Rose Taylor of Melton West 3:12pm today -- Monday 1st June, 2009

"I think it is in Australia's interests that the Australian federal Government balance continues to be seen as one of the strongest balance sheets in the industrial world," he said.

As a retiree with very strong past affiliations with the administration side of both small and large businesses I clearly read between the above lines of the Treasury secretary Ken Henry. Continues to be seen; what balance sheets in the industrial world could Australia possibly have when from all other accounts our manufacturing industries are going to the wall? How do I know? I was constantly called upon to help clean up the financial mess left behind as a result of the Whitlam years and the Hawke and Keating years. Rose C Taylor - Melton West.

http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,25197,25565725-7583,00.html


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Cops attacked us 1-44pm (214) (329 as at 2:03pm) Mine not included –    http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/comments/0,22023,25565946-661,00.html

Here in Melton I purposely go out of my way to purchase the occasional Lotto ticket as the agency closest to me is run and owned by adult Indians who never smile and take delight in charging 50cents for a photocopy of one and/or numerous documents. Perhaps the genuine Indian students should also be addressing the behavior of their elders?

Rafael Nadal belts Lleyton Hewitt:  Don't give up Lleyton - I believe in you.   In your boot to those who don't have something nice to say - It has always been my motto (politics aside); if you have nothing nice to say say nothing at all. (Not published)  Rose C Taylor - Melton West

GDP figures all-important: Swan May 31, 2009 06:06pm

http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/story/0,21985,25564722-5005961,00.html#submit-feedback

And pigs can fly or should that read sail the seas - No comments at all on this article including mine - Submitted around 7 – 8pm  Sunday night May 31st 2009


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Tailored awards a must:

 When the average Australian, be they a Labor or Liberal voter, comes to terms with the policies of the 'Little Hitler' Bob Hawke and his successor Paul Keating maybe then we will all begin to grasp the socialist ideals of Messer’s. Rudd and Gillard.

Rose C Taylor

 Submitted to Australian 10:42pm Sat May 30th, 2009 (15 comments) Mine not printed nor any others as at  2:45pm 1st June, 2009

http://blogs.theaustralian.news.com.au/currentaccount/index.php/theaustralian/comments/tailored_awards_a_must/



Hero’s brother demands action:
As a worried citizen, I wish to state my concern for the future of not only
Melbourne, but throughout the whole of Victoria the certainty of safety both on our streets and as we go about our daily lives. I want this for all Victorians regardless of age but I want it in particular for our younger generation.

It is time for Mr. Brumby to put in place the promised essential law enforcement procedures to combat the violence that is happening throughout Melbourne and our regional and country areas.

“VIOLENT assaults, robberies and theft from cars have all risen in Victoria over the past year, statistics show….

http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/story/0,21985,25361946-661,00.html#submit-feedback

Mr. Rudd apologised to the stolen generation—I WANT Mr. Brumby to apologise to all Victorians for our stolen safe streets, hotels, clubs, entertainment areas and places of business. 

Rose C Taylor
Melton West
rolleyes

Rose Taylor of Melton West (Reply)
Mon 25 May 09 (
12:55pm)

Daniel replied to Rose Taylor
Mon 25 May 09 (
02:32pm)

Sounds like you are having the “Sydney Experience”

And there is Zilch (Apart from my approach below) we can do about it with the consensus being; “This is just the way things are these days”.

I hear people on television (Hosts) stating the above “It’s the way things are today.")
Out this way you can end up shot, stabbed or bashed, over the smallest of issues (Car space, etc).
And, in many cases, if you back down (The absolute worse thing to do) this is what will happen.
Out here I have learnt that the best defense is a strong offence, when dealing with certain ethnic groups (Gangs, youths), and the local yobbo’s.   It works.

I have many of the local young Wanabe’s (Gangsters) eating out of my palm.
They are used to people cowering, not turning on them and giving them a whooping.
How did we (
Australia) get this way?  Blame the idiots preaching TOLERANCE.

This has led to the belief that all forms of behavior (Including Cultural mores) are to be accepted.
Whilst complaining about it, is considered to be INTOLERANCE.
Drunken Yobs, Ethnic gangs, road rage incidents, etc, etc.
And, the innocent victims, are often portrayed as the guilty one’s.
As the standards slip further and further, expect more of the same Only worse).
Australia seems to be going down the tubes (toilet).
Seeing the way the kids talk and behave, not to mention so called (Adults), it’s mind boggling.
We once had the best living standard in the world.

30 plus years later, after the Social engineers have had their way, we are considered somewhere between 2nd and 3rd world, in many aspects of our society.
Go figure.

Daniel. LOL




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