All deleted tweets from politicians

Senator for South Australia. Minister for Education and Training. Proud Dad. Sometimes frustrated Crows fan. http://facebook.com/simonbirmingham

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RT @MathiasCormann: Any decision by @billshortenmp to keep blocking tax cuts to 25% for all Australian businesses would be a decision to wilfully damage our economy, investment, jobs & wages. They must be legislated in full ASAP to boost growth, investment, jobs & wages: theaustralian.com.au/opinion/editor…

RT @MathiasCormann: Australian families need more jobs and higher wages now. So why wait? If Labor don’t believe lower business taxes help boost investment, jobs & wages why do it at all. If they do believe they do then why not now. Stronger growth also good for Budget. twitter.com/politicsfairfa…

RT @MathiasCormann: In any event, given Labor proposing to spend not save all the additional money they would raise in business taxes (and more) it wouldn’t actually improve the Budget bottom line. #laborconfused twitter.com/politicsfairfa…

RT @MathiasCormann: When Bill Shorten was last in Government he left behind a weakening economy, rising unemployment and a rapidly deteriorating budget position. #budgetreply18

RT @MathiasCormann: This sums up Bill Shorten’s problem. #shortenlies #laborleadershiplies #Mediscarelies #citizenshiplies #companytaxcutlies #incometaxrelieflies #patternoflies More and more people figuring it out - and another year to the next election. https://t.co/OQ8GeicgrS

RT @MathiasCormann: Difference between Bill Shorten & French President Macron? President Macron, former Minister in a socialist govt is lowering business tax rate (33% to 25%) so French businesses & workers not disadvantaged. Shorten happy for Australian businesses & workers to be disadvantaged.

RT @MathiasCormann: RT @MathiasCormann: Anthony Albanese is spot on. Bill Shorten’s anti-business rhetoric bad for Australia. afr.com/news/labors-ba…

RT @MathiasCormann: So a Bill Shorten Captains Call, pushing his anti-business, anti-growth, anti-jobs agenda which will hurt the economy, hurt families and cost jobs! twitter.com/david_speers/s…

RT @MathiasCormann: Another Labor lie. All our decisions are reflected in the Budget. Spending for hospitals & schools will continue to go up. Overall expenditure as a share of GDP reflects stronger growth under the Coalition & ongoing effect of past decisions to get spending growth under control. twitter.com/JEChalmers/sta…