Let's go through them shall we?
- "Yes to less carbon pollution": False. We would be saying yes to less harmless trace gas carbon dioxide.
- "Yes to new money for clean energy that never runs out": "New money" here means government subsidies for inefficient and expensive renewable energy sources. When they are competitive in the market, then people will use them. And as for never running out, wind and solar only work when the wind blows or the sun shines, so solar "runs out" every night, and wind "runs out" when it's not windy enough.
- "Yes to help for people struggling with bills": which are only going to get much, much higher under a pointless carbon tax. And anyway, if we compensate people, they won't change their behaviour - duh.
- "Yes to jobs": omitting to mention that every fake "green" job on average sacrifices between 2 and 4 "proper" jobs
- "Yes to better health for our kids": reducing harmless CO2 will make no difference to the health of our "kids" [by which I think she means "children", or are we talking about goats here? - Ed]
- And Cate's starring role: "Finally doing something about climate change": False. A carbon tax in Australia will do NOTHING for climate change, whether you believe CO2 is to blame or not.
My many thanks to Australian Climate Madeness for the information in such a concise form.