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Whos Going to Lead the Labor Rabble
Albo 36%  36%  [ 4 ]
Plibbers 9%  9%  [ 1 ]
Bowen 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Chalmers 27%  27%  [ 3 ]
Uncle Tony 9%  9%  [ 1 ]
Clive Palmer 18%  18%  [ 2 ]
George Smith 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 18, 2020 8:00 am 
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The buggers will vote for anybody. Exhibit 1: George Christensen, the Member for Manila.


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The buggers will vote for anybody. Exhibit 1: George Christensen, the Member for Manila.

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Because the:

a). Laborites are coming to take their (non-existent) jobs

b). Greenies want to invoke UN World Government.

It must be the tropical heat...


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The buggers will vote for anybody. Exhibit 1: George Christensen, the Member for Manila.

Jabba the Sex Tourist


Tbf, that was all known before the last election and the good people of Dawson in CQ still voted him back in. Which truly beggars belief. We get the political leaders we vote for.


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Because the:

a). Laborites are coming to take their (non-existent) jobs

b). Greenies want to invoke UN World Government.

It must be the tropical heat...


Don't forget the Death taxes! Lots of Death taxes.


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Ali's Choice wrote:
Pat the Ex Mat wrote:
Because the:

a). Laborites are coming to take their (non-existent) jobs

b). Greenies want to invoke UN World Government.

It must be the tropical heat...


Don't forget the Death taxes! Lots of Death taxes.


You must have to grit your teeth a lot


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Scott Morrison on Sky News tonight, declaring that hazard/fuel reduction was "just as important" as reducing carbon emissions and boasting that he would develop increased Federal guidelines for hazard reduction and withhold funding to states who did not meet these targets. He also suggested that national parks should be opened up to grazing to clear undergrowth. He's gone full Donald Trump.


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Scott Morrison on Sky News tonight, declaring that hazard/fuel reduction was "just as important" as reducing carbon emissions and boasting that he would develop increased Federal guidelines for hazard reduction and withhold funding to states who did not meet these targets. He also suggested that national parks should be opened up to grazing to clear undergrowth. He's gone full Donald Trump.


He's toast


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Pat the Ex Mat wrote:
Ali's Choice wrote:
Scott Morrison on Sky News tonight, declaring that hazard/fuel reduction was "just as important" as reducing carbon emissions and boasting that he would develop increased Federal guidelines for hazard reduction and withhold funding to states who did not meet these targets. He also suggested that national parks should be opened up to grazing to clear undergrowth. He's gone full Donald Trump.


He's toast


It's like watching the last of the 'flat earthers' desperately trying to sustain their beliefs whilst the world is moving on around him. The emerging split in the Liberal Party on Climate Change is going to be interesting to watch over the upcoming months/years.


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I think the Nationals will be massively shocked at the next election.

It could be interesting times


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Ali's Choice wrote:
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Scott Morrison on Sky News tonight, declaring that hazard/fuel reduction was "just as important" as reducing carbon emissions and boasting that he would develop increased Federal guidelines for hazard reduction and withhold funding to states who did not meet these targets. He also suggested that national parks should be opened up to grazing to clear undergrowth. He's gone full Donald Trump.


He's toast


It's like watching the last of the 'flat earthers' desperately trying to sustain their beliefs whilst the world is moving on around him. The emerging split in the Liberal Party on Climate Change is going to be interesting to watch over the upcoming months/years.

Scummo should be ordering shiploads of industrial strength superglue. Because that’s what it will take to keep the Liberal party in one piece, never mind the Nats.


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I think the Nationals will be massively shocked at the next election.

It could be interesting times


Not sure. I thought the Coalition would lose the last election, but they slithered back into govt. And the next election could go exactly the same way. They'll run a small target campaign based around scaring people about Labor's taxes and false promises of tax cuts and a Budget surplus that will never eventuate. At the end of the day we are a nation of greedy c**ts who will ALWAYS vote with our back pocket.


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Labor lost, the Libs didn't win.

The Nats in NSW are under siege from the Shooters and fishers party in the bush.


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Pat the Ex Mat wrote:
Labor lost, the Libs didn't win.

The Nats in NSW are under siege from the Shooters and fishers party in the bush.


Shooters and Fishers would vote with the Coalition from the cross bench, wouldn't they?


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Ali's Choice wrote:
Pat the Ex Mat wrote:
Labor lost, the Libs didn't win.

The Nats in NSW are under siege from the Shooters and fishers party in the bush.


Shooters and Fishers would vote with the Coalition from the cross bench, wouldn't they?


Not necessarily


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Pat the Ex Mat wrote:
Ali's Choice wrote:
Pat the Ex Mat wrote:
Labor lost, the Libs didn't win.

The Nats in NSW are under siege from the Shooters and fishers party in the bush.


Shooters and Fishers would vote with the Coalition from the cross bench, wouldn't they?


Not necessarily


Well it will be interesting to see what happens. I have never known a government, and PM in particular, to be as unpopular as this one. It is still very early in the electoral cycle, but this will take the mother of all marketing campaigns by Scotty to turn things around for himself and his government.


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Pat the Ex Mat wrote:
Ali's Choice wrote:
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Labor lost, the Libs didn't win.

The Nats in NSW are under siege from the Shooters and fishers party in the bush.


Shooters and Fishers would vote with the Coalition from the cross bench, wouldn't they?


Not necessarily


The S&F Party would be a stabilising influence on the coalition. :roll: We would definitely see the opening up of National Parks to grazing, hunting and 4 wheel driving.


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Ali's Choice wrote:
Scott Morrison on Sky News tonight, declaring that hazard/fuel reduction was "just as important" as reducing carbon emissions and boasting that he would develop increased Federal guidelines for hazard reduction and withhold funding to states who did not meet these targets. He also suggested that national parks should be opened up to grazing to clear undergrowth. He's gone full Donald Trump.

To save those native species, it was necessary to destroy them.


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Ali's Choice wrote:
Pat the Ex Mat wrote:
I think the Nationals will be massively shocked at the next election.

It could be interesting times


Not sure. I thought the Coalition would lose the last election, but they slithered back into govt. And the next election could go exactly the same way. They'll run a small target campaign based around scaring people about Labor's taxes and false promises of tax cuts and a Budget surplus that will never eventuate. At the end of the day we are a nation of greedy c**ts who will ALWAYS vote with our back pocket.

Also, the direction of every footstep is further into his mouth.


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So it has come to light that embattled Federal Minister Bridgette McKenzie failed to disclose the fact that she was a member of a shooting club that received $36,000 as part of the Sports Rorts scandal - in direct contravention of the rules of program which require disclosure of this link.

Its hard to see how she and the govt can ride this out now. However, given the fact that she wasn't sanctioned by the PM for misappropriating nearly $100 million worth of grants, you could argue that this latest scandal is small beer.

https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal ... 53tbf.html

Also, I'm sure that it's just a coincidence that this disgraceful scandal is front page news everywhere but News Ltd. I can't even find the story in the Australian online.


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The SMH is reporting that the state of the environment is now the top of the list of issues of concern to voters ("Environment tops voter worry list" - Ipsos polling).

However, not a single age cohort put the ALP first as "best in managing the environment". "The ALP was mostly absent from voters' psyche when we asked them which political party was most capable to manage environmental concerns".

In two of the four age cohorts mentioned in the article, the ALP was behind the Tories. (Gen Z and Boomer).


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Probably peak Beetoota:

https://m.betootaadvocate.com/breaking-news/manila-ping-pong-club-receives-300000-sports-grant-to-help-them-finally-get-some-tables/

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The SMH is reporting that the state of the environment is now the top of the list of issues of concern to voters ("Environment tops voter worry list" - Ipsos polling).

However, not a single age cohort put the ALP first as "best in managing the environment". "The ALP was mostly absent from voters' psyche when we asked them which political party was most capable to manage environmental concerns".

In two of the four age cohorts mentioned in the article, the ALP was behind the Tories. (Gen Z and Boomer).

That's be because the ALP record on the environment is one of flip-flopping. Policies have to be promoted over time for the electorate to have a perception. Three word slogans need to be repeated, over and over again. Even now, Albo is fervently back-pedalling on emissions. Voters see this, at the same time as the environment is becoming their main concern. Labor's a train, headed in the wrong direction. Who gets on a train that's headed in the wrong direction?


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Consider this fact: right now, while Albo is boasting publicly about softening long term emissions targets, the coalition is having a vigorous public debate about strengthening them. Like the robot from Gone With The Wind, whoever is masterminding Labor's environmental policies has a tin ear and no brain. This is the moment to own this debate, but they're too timid, afraid of making a mistake by distancing themselves too far from the government's policies. Waiting for something really important to wedge on, like tax rates for non-voters.


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Consider this fact: right now, while Albo is boasting publicly about softening long term emissions targets, the coalition is having a vigorous public debate about strengthening them. Like the robot from Gone With The Wind, whoever is masterminding Labor's environmental policies has a tin ear and no brain. This is the moment to own this debate, but they're too timid, afraid of making a mistake by distancing themselves too far from the government's policies. Waiting for something really important to wedge on, like tax rates for non-voters.

Yep. This is a replay of Kim Beasley’s cunning small target plan but with the added feature of no visibility whatsoever in re environmental issues.


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I know I'm going on a bit here, but this is the biggest opportunity handed to an opposition in peacetime. A hugely divisive national issue that the government are on the wrong side of, and is ideologically pinned to continuing to be wrong on. That can only get worse over time. Who the fcuk would not want the ball? It's like they can;t play. If the coalition - against the odds - do respond then they get to own climate, despite all the abuses of the past.


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I like Albo but he has left it too late. He should have doubled-down on the election policies and Scomo's incompetence.


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Sports grants: rugby club gets funding for female change rooms but has no women's team

Old Collegians in Adelaide wins $500,000 in one of the grants directed to Coalition-held marginal seats

A rugby union club in Adelaide’s eastern suburbs won a $500,000 grant for new female change rooms under the Coalition’s sports grant program despite not fielding a women’s team since 2018 when it was embroiled in a sexism controversy.

The club, located in the Coalition-held marginal seat of Sturt, was awarded the maximum available grant under the scandal-ridden $100m community sport infrastructure fund just weeks before the 19 May election.

Announcing its success in securing the grant, the club thanked the offices of the then Liberal MP Christopher Pyne and the state Liberal deputy leader Vicki Chapman, who is also a club sponsor.


https://www.theguardian.com/australia-n ... omens-team


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6.Jones wrote:
I know I'm going on a bit here, but this is the biggest opportunity handed to an opposition in peacetime. A hugely divisive national issue that the government are on the wrong side of, and is ideologically pinned to continuing to be wrong on. That can only get worse over time. Who the fcuk would not want the ball? It's like they can;t play. If the coalition - against the odds - do respond then they get to own climate, despite all the abuses of the past.


Maybe they are playing the long game but the economy will surpass climate at the polls and that is looking more dodgy by the month.


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6.Jones wrote:
I know I'm going on a bit here, but this is the biggest opportunity handed to an opposition in peacetime. A hugely divisive national issue that the government are on the wrong side of, and is ideologically pinned to continuing to be wrong on. That can only get worse over time. Who the fcuk would not want the ball? It's like they can;t play. If the coalition - against the odds - do respond then they get to own climate, despite all the abuses of the past.


Maybe they are playing the long game but the economy will surpass climate at the polls and that is looking more dodgy by the month.



The underlying Australian economy is a housing bubble propping up consumption with some minerals tagged on in the current account, has been for the best part of ten years. Given the RBA, APRA and the government are absolutely determined to keep the irrational exuberance going, can't see it popping in next few years in the absence of large external shock.


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Sports grants: rugby club gets funding for female change rooms but has no women's team

Old Collegians in Adelaide wins $500,000 in one of the grants directed to Coalition-held marginal seats

A rugby union club in Adelaide’s eastern suburbs won a $500,000 grant for new female change rooms under the Coalition’s sports grant program despite not fielding a women’s team since 2018 when it was embroiled in a sexism controversy.

The club, located in the Coalition-held marginal seat of Sturt, was awarded the maximum available grant under the scandal-ridden $100m community sport infrastructure fund just weeks before the 19 May election.

Announcing its success in securing the grant, the club thanked the offices of the then Liberal MP Christopher Pyne and the state Liberal deputy leader Vicki Chapman, who is also a club sponsor.


https://www.theguardian.com/australia-n ... omens-team

This really p**ses me off. I submitted a grant application on behalf of a rugby club I am involved with under this scheme. We were hoping to get funding for floodlighting as our existing lighting is not fit for purpose for our rapidly growing club. It took me weeks to gather all the supporting documents, quotes, etc. Then you read the above.....


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Sports grants: rugby club gets funding for female change rooms but has no women's team

Old Collegians in Adelaide wins $500,000 in one of the grants directed to Coalition-held marginal seats

A rugby union club in Adelaide’s eastern suburbs won a $500,000 grant for new female change rooms under the Coalition’s sports grant program despite not fielding a women’s team since 2018 when it was embroiled in a sexism controversy.

The club, located in the Coalition-held marginal seat of Sturt, was awarded the maximum available grant under the scandal-ridden $100m community sport infrastructure fund just weeks before the 19 May election.

Announcing its success in securing the grant, the club thanked the offices of the then Liberal MP Christopher Pyne and the state Liberal deputy leader Vicki Chapman, who is also a club sponsor.


https://www.theguardian.com/australia-n ... omens-team

This really p**ses me off. I submitted a grant application on behalf of a rugby club I am involved with under this scheme. We were hoping to get funding for floodlighting as our existing lighting is not fit for purpose for our rapidly growing club. It took me weeks to gather all the supporting documents, quotes, etc. Then you read the above.....


Maybe next time move the rugby club into a marginal Liberal/National seat. Problem solved. Enjoy your new rugby club.


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Caley_Red wrote:
kiwinoz wrote:
6.Jones wrote:
I know I'm going on a bit here, but this is the biggest opportunity handed to an opposition in peacetime. A hugely divisive national issue that the government are on the wrong side of, and is ideologically pinned to continuing to be wrong on. That can only get worse over time. Who the fcuk would not want the ball? It's like they can;t play. If the coalition - against the odds - do respond then they get to own climate, despite all the abuses of the past.


Maybe they are playing the long game but the economy will surpass climate at the polls and that is looking more dodgy by the month.



The underlying Australian economy is a housing bubble propping up consumption with some minerals tagged on in the current account, has been for the best part of ten years. Given the RBA, APRA and the government are absolutely determined to keep the irrational exuberance going, can't see it popping in next few years in the absence of large external shock.


You are suggesting that these clowns who admit they didnt see the GFC coming can manage the juggling act for another 5 years? Take iron ore and coal out and we have just a lot of over priced units and houses, a tourism industry that is struggling with effects of climate change and a shit load of ordinary coffee.


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Name the clowns who did see the GFC coming?


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So Andrew Bolt had a full page article in the New Ltd rags today arguing that Global Warming is a good thing.

https://mobile.twitter.com/sallyrugg/st ... 08/photo/1


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So Andrew Bolt had a full page article in the New Ltd rags today arguing that Global Warming is a good thing.

https://mobile.twitter.com/sallyrugg/st ... 08/photo/1


The Murdoch tabloids had gone quiet over the last couple of months with their climate rants (and bushfire coverage in general really)...

No surprise that Andrew Bolt craps out something as soon as the fires die down, like the coward paedophile sympathiser that he is..


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So Andrew Bolt had a full page article in the New Ltd rags today arguing that Global Warming is a good thing.

https://mobile.twitter.com/sallyrugg/st ... 08/photo/1


The Murdoch tabloids had gone quiet over the last couple of months with their climate rants (and bushfire coverage in general really)...

No surprise that Andrew Bolt craps out something as soon as the fires die down, like the coward paedophile sympathiser that he is..

On balance I think it neither safe nor sensible to call for the death of even grossly egregious journalists.

So on that basis, let me just say that anyone who fed Andrew Bolt his own severed genitals should face a stiff fine...


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Name the clowns who did see the GFC coming?

I saw it coming! But I'd been waiting for 'the big one' since the previous new years eve, when a drunken academic economist with a hot wife convinced me the end was nigh. I still think it is. The GFC was a foreshock.


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