Landmark Support for Local Moreton Palmer United Party Candidate
Written on the 30 August 2013 by Rachel Quilty
News Release - For Immediate Release
A Brisbane couple have become so disillusioned with the traditional two party politics that they went searching for a better alternative. They elected to join the party for the disillusioned - the Palmer United Party. They have now in true Clive Palmer 'bigger is better' style added a PUP barricade to their 1862 Victorian Queenslander landmark property prominently situated on Ipswich Road, Annerley in Brisbane with placards for local Palmer United Party Moreton candidate, Jeremy Davey.
“Now Clive Palmer has become Theodore Roosevelt’s “The man in the Arena” who just wants to get on with the job and do it right.” says local Business Owner Michael Quilty.
Quilty says “The question is why would you vote for a politician when you can vote for a successful business leader such as Clive Palmer for Prime Minister.”
The United Australia Party started as a party of politicians who were frustrated with Party politics not achieving promised results and a more prosperous economy.
In 2013 the United Australia Party was re-launched by party leader Professor Clive Frederick Palmer, a long term member and spokesperson of the National/Liberal party and billionaire business man. Former leaders notably include Robert Menzies and Billy Hughes. Members now include John Bjelke-Petersen the son of Sir Joh Bjelke-Petersen one of the best-known and most controversial political figures of 20th century Australia, who will run for the regional Qld seat of Maranoa.
Mrs Quilty comments, “As a business owner with a degree in economics I consider myself a reasonable adult who supports responsible economic governing. I was really proud to be at the Palmer United Party launch and to be hearing just sensible, good ideas and responsible governing. We were equally impressed with how multicultural the PUP party candidates were and how each candidate’s potential ministry portfolio was relevant to their life experiences and previous careers. “
Local Palmer United Party candidate, Jeremy Davey brings real world experience to politics with his previous naval career. As a senior Border Protection Officer Mr Davey was often first to board refugee vessels in northern Australia and has a firsthand understanding of local issues of immigration, refuges and multicultural relations.
Mrs Quilty commented that “We like most of Australian’s are sick of politics, broken promises and lies. Albert Einstein once said "The world is not dangerous because of those who do harm but because of those who look at it without doing anything. So we decided to do something and support a party who are seeking to get the job done right rather than the current What’s In It For Me (WIIFM) governing. "
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Mrs Rachel Quilty
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