YOUR SAY: Subject of leasing and sales needs some work

IT IS regretful that some Ipswich residents did not take up the free university studies offered to all residents by former Labor PM Whitlam, amongst other items, law, commerce, business etc.

Mr Neumann (QT October 22) stated that Mr Whitlam was instrumental in his obtaining his pass in Law and the Arts.

However, Mr Neumann must not have studied any subjects regarding leasing and sales, as he and fellow members of the Labor party, by their ignorance, show that they do not have the basic knowledge of commerce.

Perhaps Mr Neumann does not want to upset his ACTU comrades by acknowledging that they are guilty, trying but not succeeding, in their attempt in misleading the public, about the difference in leasing and sales.

BERNIE DESMOND, Willowbank

 

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