Since then, though, a suspicious odour has increasingly wafted around the big four. This raised the likelihood of a proper inquiry into their suspected greedy behaviours.
The need for such an inquiry was vigorously opposed right from the start by the LNP Coalition in response to the powerful banking lobby.
Now such an inquiry is actually in progress, outrageous banking practices have surfaced almost daily, fully vindicating the need for the inquiry in the first place.
Thus, we, the taxpayers, will now not stand for the LNP-mooted $17billion banking tax break reward. It is both morally and just plain wrong.
If the government ignores this fact, then many of the silent majority will be driven to vote irrationally at the next election.
Brian Smith, Kadina