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 Post subject: Victorian Election
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2018 10:10 am 
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Labor destroying the Libs in the Victorian State Election. It seems the Murdoch media scare campaign (African gangs out of control etc) was ineffective. :lol: :lol: :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2018 10:19 am 
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:lol: :lol:

Landslide. Prime Minister BoZo must be worried.

What comes after African crime gangs and immigrants causing congestion? Another lump of coal in parliament?


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2018 10:32 am 
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Eat a giant African sized bag of dicks Matthew Guy you weasley little plum...

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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2018 10:50 am 
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Taste of things to come early May


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2018 10:56 am 
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51-14 seats as it stands is a sexting.

Those overhead rail crossings are a triumph. A massive, red erection. Classic Labor big spending.


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2018 11:51 am 
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jdogscoop wrote:
51-14 seats as it stands is a sexting.

Those overhead rail crossings are a triumph. A massive, red erection. Classic Labor big spending.


The cost benefit analysis must have shown a positive. +3 lives?


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2018 11:58 am 
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ScoMo tomorrow - "State results do not reflect Federal..." cough*BULLSHIT!*cough...


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
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Slim 293 wrote:
Eat a giant African sized bag of dicks Matthew Guy you weasley little plum...

:lol:

Yep.

Andrews to Guy:

Bend over
touch your toes
I'll show you where
the wombat goes.


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
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Taranaki Snapper wrote:
ScoMo tomorrow - "State results do not reflect Federal..." cough*BULLSHIT!*cough...

Scummo must be cacking his breeks, the oleaginous fúckstick.

I hope the prick dies of cancer the day after he loses the federal election...


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2018 12:16 pm 
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I fancy Gladstone to beat Disraeli.


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2018 12:17 pm 
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MungoMan wrote:
Taranaki Snapper wrote:
ScoMo tomorrow - "State results do not reflect Federal..." cough*BULLSHIT!*cough...

Scummo must be cacking his breeks, the oleaginous fúckstick.

I hope the prick dies of cancer the day after he loses the federal election...


Live cross to ScoMo tomorrow, in a pair of ball breaking AFL shorts, hat with corks, and no shirt on Bondi beach.

'Fair dinkum, we've come a cropper.'


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2018 11:25 pm 
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:lol: @ Matthew Guy.

That wasn't an election. That was political hate-sex. Daniel Andrews just smashed the Victorian Liberal Party into oblivion.


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
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Andrews mrs is a bit MILFy
Not bad for a Hunchback nerd lookalike


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
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jdogscoop wrote:
MungoMan wrote:
Taranaki Snapper wrote:
ScoMo tomorrow - "State results do not reflect Federal..." cough*BULLSHIT!*cough...

Scummo must be cacking his breeks, the oleaginous fúckstick.

I hope the prick dies of cancer the day after he loses the federal election...


Live cross to ScoMo tomorrow, in a pair of ball breaking AFL shorts, hat with corks, and no shirt on Bondi beach.

'Fair dinkum, we've come a cropper.'

...and cracks open a tinny.


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2018 10:02 am 
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There was always going to be a political cost in replacing Malcolm Turnbull as Prime Minister and the Federal Coalition lurching further to the right. The full extent of this leadership spill is only now being realised. The change of PM has badly damaged the Liberal Party's reputation in Victoria. And their support has plummeted, even in safe affluent urban seats. The arrogance and stupidity of messers Abbott, Dutton, Cormann and co is only now being fully realised. The Liberals might be saved in NSW because of Luke Foley's wandering hands, but I even think an unknown Opposition Leader is going to enjoy a swing as a result of the tarnished Liberal brand.


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2018 10:07 am 
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This result has me thinking about an article I read earlier in the week regarding Millennials now forming the largest single voting bloc in the country and whether it would be the coming federal election or the one following where their impact would be felt. It's widely known that Millennials are more progressively aligned than the current mob running the Liberal party as a general rule. Even the more conservative of the cohort seat more to the centre. Which makes the pieces regarding the conservative faction looking to re-establish control over the party more than amusing.

So, I have to wonder how much of an impact this change in voting demographics had on the Victorian election. And what that impact is likely to spell for the Coalition come the federal election next year.


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2018 10:09 am 
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Mahoney wrote:
I fancy Gladstone to beat Disraeli.

With no women voting.


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
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Ali's Choice wrote:
There was always going to be a political cost in replacing Malcolm Turnbull as Prime Minister and the Federal Coalition lurching further to the right. The full extent of this leadership spill is only now being realised. The change of PM has badly damaged the Liberal Party's reputation in Victoria. And their support has plummeted, even in safe affluent urban seats. The arrogance and stupidity of messers Abbott, Dutton, Cormann and co is only now being fully realised. The Liberals might be saved in NSW because of Luke Foley's wandering hands, but I even think an unknown Opposition Leader is going to enjoy a swing as a result of the tarnished Liberal brand.


I actually think that Foley leaving the party may actually help the Labor in NSW. I don't think many saw him as a viable alternative to Berejiklian.


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
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I hope to see the LNP reduced to a smouldering ruin across the nation by the end of May next year and I think that’s actually a reasonable proposition. They’ve displayed unbelievable stupidity and arrogance over the last few years... it’s almost fantasy stuff.

Fortunately I’ll be at a safe distance and won’t have to put up with the stink, making the spectacle all the more pleasurable. It’s political porn.


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
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guy smiley wrote:
I hope to see the LNP reduced to a smouldering ruin across the nation by the end of May next year and I think that’s actually a reasonable proposition. They’ve displayed unbelievable stupidity and arrogance over the last few years... it’s almost fantasy stuff.

Fortunately I’ll be at a safe distance and won’t have to put up with the stink, making the spectacle all the more pleasurable. It’s political porn.


Hey what's this about? Are you leaving, bro?


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2018 11:00 am 
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Ali's Choice wrote:
guy smiley wrote:
I hope to see the LNP reduced to a smouldering ruin across the nation by the end of May next year and I think that’s actually a reasonable proposition. They’ve displayed unbelievable stupidity and arrogance over the last few years... it’s almost fantasy stuff.

Fortunately I’ll be at a safe distance and won’t have to put up with the stink, making the spectacle all the more pleasurable. It’s political porn.


Hey what's this about? Are you leaving, bro?


Yup. I’m on my way to NZ at the moment planning to settle in back home after 33 years. I just took a wrong turn on the way and am currently posting from Namche Bazaar in Nepal. Weather clear and cold, legs like jelly.


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
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Wow... just, wow... :lol:

https://junkee.com/conservatives-victor ... ion/183865

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Conservatives Are Losing Their Minds After Labor Annihilated The Liberals In Victoria


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If we had @PeterDutton_MP leading the @LiberalAus we may have had a chance


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Conservatives seem to be throwing criticism almost everywhere and hoping some of it sticks. Speaking to Sky News, Peta Credlin named another potential contributor to the defeat — the Bourke Street knife attack. “Terrorism made it tougher for the Coalition after that incident in Bourke Street, you couldn’t go out there hard in at least that immediate week for fear of looking like you’re politicising the issue,” she said.


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Antony Green calling big Labor victory in #VicElection2018. Either voters are comfortable with 🏳️‍🌈 gender fluid cultural Marxism being taught to their kids or they simply don’t know. Can only think ignorance & apathy in play. If this is not the reason, then Aus is in big trouble.


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Meanwhile conservative commentator Miranda Devine says the Liberals lost because they didn’t spend enough time demonising the Safe Schools anti-bullying program, proving that the far-right still hasn’t accepted the result of last year’s marriage equality postal survey.

“The Opposition Leader’s cowardice in answering a question about Safe Schools is a salutary lesson for conservative leaders, state and federal, about what not to do on social issues,” she wrote. “[Matthew] Guy was too gutless to to say that the state should not impose gender ideology on children behind our backs.”


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
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guy smiley wrote:
Yup. I’m on my way to NZ at the moment planning to settle in back home after 33 years. I just took a wrong turn on the way and am currently posting from Namche Bazaar in Nepal. Weather clear and cold, legs like jelly.


You sold the Volvo?!


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
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The Volvo was more than five PM’s ago dude :lol:

I sold my BarnstormingfuhrerVolkswagen.


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
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guy smiley wrote:
The Volvo was more than five PM’s ago dude :lol:

I sold my BarnstormingfuhrerVolkswagen.


Of course!

Who can keep up with PMs!

Your going to have to go cold turkey back home or they'll deport you back to Oz!

:lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
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Pat the Ex Mat wrote:
guy smiley wrote:
The Volvo was more than five PM’s ago dude :lol:

I sold my BarnstormingfuhrerVolkswagen.


Of course!

Who can keep up with PMs!

Your going to have to go cold turkey back home or they'll deport you back to Oz!

:lol:


He has his eye on a cheeky little Zephyr as a replacement.


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 Post subject: Re: Victorian Election
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Mahoney wrote:
I fancy Gladstone to beat Disraeli.

He'll be forced out over the Irish question before serving a full term.


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