the government that you're so disappointed with campaigned on and was democratically elected on exactly this platform. They left not one shred of doubt about what they would do with the carbon tax when elected.
What they said they would do bears little resemblence to what they have tried to do.
Elections are fought on many topics, its naive to think the winning party has popular support for every policy they took to the election.
The Government did not win a majority in the senate, the people chose not to give them a mandate.
The people of Australia have no interest in adopting your energy poverty agenda
A recent essentila poll showed that 38% of people think Australia (and others) shoudl oppose a price on carbon, 39 opposed the idea, others dont know.
Never mind, revenge is a sweet dish in politics, one term Tony is going to lead his party to a historic defeat that his party might never recover from.