Albo and Marles prove Labor is anti-resources, anti-jobs and anti-Queensland


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Leader of the LNP Deb Frecklington has called on Labor not to choose Anthony Albanese and Richard Marles to lead the Labor Party.

“Anthony Albanese has refused to back the Adani Carmichael mine and Richard Marles hates coal,” Ms Frecklington said.

“Queenslanders just want a fair go and a decent job but Labor still isn’t listening.

“We know Jackie Trad voted for Anthony Albanese when he ran against Bill Shorten for the leadership.

“Jackie Trad probably has Richard Marles on speed dial as part of her coal haters group.

“Jackie Trad has said coal communities should re-skill and Richard Marles has said it would be a good thing if coal markets collapsed.”

LNP Deputy Leader and Shadow Treasurer Tim Mander also slammed Labor’s potential leadership team.

“Putting these two muppets in charge shows Labor is anti-resources, anti-jobs and anti-Queensland,” Mr Mander said.

“Queenslanders have sent Labor a definitive message – back us or we won’t back you.

“The only job a Labor politician cares about is their own.   

“Labor has no plan to deliver jobs for everyday Queenslanders.

“Queensland has the second highest unemployment rate in the nation because of Annastacia Palaszczuk and Jackie Trad.

“There are 160,000 Queenslanders who want a job but can’t get one because of Labor.”

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