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Post by G.Wood on Thu Apr 28, 2011 5:39 am

Indeed


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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by lardbucket on Thu Apr 28, 2011 5:40 am

even with all the pinkos voting twice, as horace so often exhorts them to do

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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by Bradman on Thu Apr 28, 2011 5:41 am

So we should boot out every government that becomes unpopular on the whim of a drunk? Howard would've been screwed about six months into his first term.
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by Mick Sawyer on Thu Apr 28, 2011 5:41 am

lardbucket wrote:yes, that was a decision validated in spades soon after by the entire voting population


You don't see a problem with a foreigner dismissing our government? You can't see a time when that foreigner might have a conflict of interest?


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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by lardbucket on Thu Apr 28, 2011 5:42 am

he was Gough's man ...

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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by Mick Sawyer on Thu Apr 28, 2011 5:45 am

lardbucket wrote:he was Gough's man ...

Relevance?
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by lardbucket on Thu Apr 28, 2011 5:45 am

must have been the right thing to do ...

... as the population proved soon after

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Post by G.Wood on Thu Apr 28, 2011 5:48 am

lardbucket wrote:even with all the pinkos voting twice, as horace so often exhorts them to do

it was a true proletariat decision

Is it true that whole event was started by some pinko MP not being able to resist something else pink and stinky?
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by Bradman on Thu Apr 28, 2011 5:49 am

Probably Gough's biggest mistake. Probably just behind the steak lunch when he should've been recalling the budget from the Senate
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Post by lardbucket on Thu Apr 28, 2011 5:49 am

He made so many, it's hard to pick just one.

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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by embee on Thu Apr 28, 2011 5:52 am

Mick Sawyer wrote:
lardbucket wrote:yes, that was a decision validated in spades soon after by the entire voting population


You don't see a problem with a foreigner dismissing our government? You can't see a time when that foreigner might have a conflict of interest?

If the foreigner had been a driving force rather than a rubber stamp I could see a problem
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by Hass on Thu Apr 28, 2011 5:57 am

Mick Sawyer wrote:
lardbucket wrote:yes, that was a decision validated in spades soon after by the entire voting population


You don't see a problem with a foreigner dismissing our government? You can't see a time when that foreigner might have a conflict of interest?

That is utter bulltwang Mick.

A foreigner did not dismiss the Australian government. The Queen has no power to dismiss an Australian government. The Governor-General is the only person who can do that.

The Statute of Westminster ensures that the Governor-General is appointed and dismissed on the advice of the Australian Prime Minister. The Queen has the right to advise, warn and counsel on this decision, but she must ultimately accept the Prime Minister's advice.

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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by Bradman on Thu Apr 28, 2011 5:57 am

embee wrote:
Mick Sawyer wrote:
lardbucket wrote:yes, that was a decision validated in spades soon after by the entire voting population


You don't see a problem with a foreigner dismissing our government? You can't see a time when that foreigner might have a conflict of interest?

If the foreigner had been a driving force rather than a rubber stamp I could see a problem

Never heard of the executive council?
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by embee on Thu Apr 28, 2011 6:07 am

How does a Whitlam appointed GG ignoring Whitlam's Executive Council have anything to with a foreigner dismissing our govt?

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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by skully on Thu Apr 28, 2011 6:09 am

PMSL at the rabid pinkos still crying over the rightful axing of the appalling Whitlam Government. Best.Decision.Ever. And wholeheartedly (as mentioned by lardy) supported immediately after by the voting populus. Wonder how big the lump in horrie's, qmy's and Mick's throat was that day?? Laughing
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by embee on Thu Apr 28, 2011 6:12 am

ATT: The Queen

Dear Australian Head of State,

We would like to place ourselves at your mercy and request a stay of execution for our television program, The Chaserís Royal Wedding Commentary.

We, like Kate, are commoners, and were looking forward to celebrating her wedding to your exalted grandson with a few affectionate observations.

To ensure that our coverage was respectful, we were only planning to use jokes that Prince Phillip has previously made in public, or at least the ones that donít violate racial vilification laws. We've also filmed a joke about hunting grouse which we think you might enjoy.

We Australians are a simple people who donít often get to watch that kind of pomp. The last big wedding we had here was Scott and Charlene on Neighbours. Weíve asked around, and there are at least six people in this outpost of your empire who would quite like to watch our commentary.

Please consider our plea.

We have the honour to be, Madam, Your Majestyís humble and obedient servants,

Cheers,
The Chaser
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Post by skully on Thu Apr 28, 2011 6:16 am

Of course, the only Chaser that Liz has heard of is the Whisky Chaser that Phil the Greek knocks back each evening, or is that morning? Cool
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by Bradman on Thu Apr 28, 2011 6:17 am

embee wrote:How does a Whitlam appointed GG ignoring Whitlam's Executive Council have anything to with a foreigner dismissing our govt?


I merely pointed out that the office actually has real powers. Though the dismissal probably did a better job of proving that.

I got back to this country just in time for the republic referendum and it was only in the last couple of days of that debate that Hawke pointed out that when Hayden wanted the job he (Hawke) and he alone made the decision. As he said he probably couldn't have sold it to cabinet let alone the parliament. So maybe it's better the current system stays the same. Just unlike Gough or "Kate" they choose more wisely.
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by Bradman on Thu Apr 28, 2011 6:19 am

embee wrote:ATT: The Queen

Dear Australian Head of State,

We would like to place ourselves at your mercy and request a stay of execution for our television program, The Chaserís Royal Wedding Commentary.

We, like Kate, are commoners, and were looking forward to celebrating her wedding to your exalted grandson with a few affectionate observations.

To ensure that our coverage was respectful, we were only planning to use jokes that Prince Phillip has previously made in public, or at least the ones that donít violate racial vilification laws. We've also filmed a joke about hunting grouse which we think you might enjoy.

We Australians are a simple people who donít often get to watch that kind of pomp. The last big wedding we had here was Scott and Charlene on Neighbours. Weíve asked around, and there are at least six people in this outpost of your empire who would quite like to watch our commentary.

Please consider our plea.

We have the honour to be, Madam, Your Majestyís humble and obedient servants,

Cheers,
The Chaser

Is that your own work? If it is it is not bad.
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by embee on Thu Apr 28, 2011 6:20 am

Not mine ...the Chaser have actually sent that to the Queen
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by Bradman on Thu Apr 28, 2011 6:24 am

So what's everybody who's not going to the wedding doing Friday night?
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by skully on Thu Apr 28, 2011 6:28 am

Not watching the wedding.
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by Bradman on Thu Apr 28, 2011 6:34 am

Where's your spirit? (behind the bar qmy) I was actually in London (well living there) for his Mum's wedding and funeral. If I was there now I'd be leaving about now just to escape the rush.
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Re: The Royal Wedding

Post by skully on Thu Apr 28, 2011 6:39 am

I find the whole Royal caper tedious. And weddings are by definition tedious. So a Royal Wedding is tedious squared. Hope there's some footy on.
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Post by G.Wood on Thu Apr 28, 2011 6:49 am

skully wrote:I find the whole Royal caper tedious. And weddings are by definition tedious. So a Royal Wedding is tedious squared. Hope there's some footy on.

Swans v Filth on 518 ya numpty
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