"To see through politicians' falsehoods in an election campaign, consider water policy," writes the Conservative Party's South Australian Senate candidate, Rikki Lambert.
"As senator Cory Bernardi often observes, politicians crave a crisis, but God forbid that they ever solve a problem.
Whether it's the energy, water or jobs, politicians jostle for more government control and spending whilst force-feeding us a scarcity diet.
Notice how we are shielded from nation-building, Playford-esque ways to become independent - adding more water, for instance, via northern diversion schemes or desalination coupled with reliable, affordable energy.
In any case, we must stick to the Murray-Darling Basin Plan and expose two villainous groups - those undermining the Plan, and those covering for them.
The water market is as murky as Murray water itself, and the opening 14% allocation is a slap in the face for SA Murray Irrigators.
Clearly those in power would rather punish those trying to get on with their lives and farming businesses - and grow food and jobs for South Australia."
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