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Post by lardbucket on Sun 02 Jul 2017, 14:50

They're all beneath contempt ... hard to find a dozen decent individuals in the whole parliament; forget Cabinet and Shadow Cabinet.


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Post by Bradman on Tue 04 Jul 2017, 04:23

I like Abbott. Doing a fine job. Man of integrity.
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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XII)

Post by Henry on Tue 04 Jul 2017, 06:05

Said no one ever.......

At least not anyone outside the small, backwards little world of the liberal right.
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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XII)

Post by lardbucket on Tue 04 Jul 2017, 09:27

Abbott = the Manchurian candidate

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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XII)

Post by horace on Tue 04 Jul 2017, 10:17

lardbucket wrote:Abbott = the Manchurian candidate

Franciscan candidate?
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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XII)

Post by horace on Wed 05 Jul 2017, 10:20

Mad Monk raving on continuously. Almost feel sympathy for Truffles, who now refuses to utter the word Abbott. The MM may surpass the reviled Billy Hughes as the biggest would be wrecker in Oz political history. Now time for the NSW Libs to expel the MM.
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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XII)

Post by skully on Wed 05 Jul 2017, 13:44

Aye h, Abbott has become abominably tedious in his efforts to undermine the Good Guys. Just fark off, Tony.
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Post by Henry on Wed 05 Jul 2017, 14:15

Apparently liberal party membership in NSW has dropped from around 11,000 a year ago to 4000 now.
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Post by horace on Fri 07 Jul 2017, 07:20

Official NSW Brownies membership figures put the lie to theMMs claims.

Meanwhile it seems brownie NSW House of Reps member Dr Gillespiee owns a shopping centre where Oz Post are tenants inn potentiaal breach of the Constitution. The pale pinks have challenged his election. If successful it will make for an interesting by election. Suspect the Dubber Browns will pre select an extreme rightie, to ensure the MM and lunar right don't campaign against the candidate.
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Post by skully on Fri 07 Jul 2017, 07:33

I wonder if that qunt Oakeshott will run in Lyne if there is a by-election. He previously ran in Cowper (to the immediate north of Lyne after an electoral boundary redistribution).
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Post by horace on Fri 07 Jul 2017, 07:49

Oh great....that would make for rofls all round.

Maybe Bolts, Gloria or Johnny Roskam or even Credlin could run. That would mean MM support. His tongue would be lolling around for at least two of the candidates.
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Post by Bradman on Sat 08 Jul 2017, 00:22

horace wrote:Official NSW Brownies membership figures put the lie to theMMs claims.

Meanwhile it seems brownie NSW House of Reps member Dr Gillespiee owns a shopping centre where Oz Post are tenants inn potentiaal breach of the Constitution. The pale pinks have challenged his election. If successful it will make for an interesting by election. Suspect the Dubber Browns will pre select an extreme rightie, to ensure the MM and lunar right don't campaign against the candidate.

Isn't that a stretch even for the maddies in the dubber pinks?
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Post by skully on Sat 08 Jul 2017, 00:25

I think it's a massive stretch but apparently* legal advice has indicated a reasonable chance of success. Quntish move, but this is Qunthead Shortarse's (king of the quntish move when Union boss) Pinkos we are talking about.
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Post by Bradman on Sat 08 Jul 2017, 00:32

Well I don't mind the tactics and good luck to them. I just think that sooner or later a line has to be drawn. I mean isn't any MP with a house in Canberra renting it to someone using the parly benefits rort to cover said rent in breach?
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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XII)

Post by horace on Sat 08 Jul 2017, 03:05

Pale pinks doing precisely what the browns did against Bob Day. Agreed with the Browns action and now that of the pale pinks. Bit of consistency Comrade Skullywag would be helpful!
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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XII)

Post by Big Dog on Fri 14 Jul 2017, 09:28

The watermelons 2ic resigns. Seems he forgot he was a Bro.
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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XII)

Post by skully on Fri 14 Jul 2017, 10:42

Un-farkin-believable. "I didn't realise I was still a Kiwi". Sure you didn't. Qunt.

Since becoming a senator he has pocketed $1.1M in salary. Slimy Green qunt.
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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XII)

Post by horace on Fri 14 Jul 2017, 10:49

Let's check the MMs papers. Andrews first loyalty is to the Vatican
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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XII)

Post by skully on Fri 14 Jul 2017, 10:50

Do you have Abbott posters on your walls at home, h?
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Post by horace on Fri 14 Jul 2017, 11:19

Nah....however there is a big supply of MM dunny paper. He was born in England and would have had dual citizenship
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Post by embee on Fri 14 Jul 2017, 13:28

The eligibility rules need a rewrite - Dastyari and a few others have been beholden to foreign countries without being citizens of those countries - and apart from wanting to increase the dole I dont remember Ludlam doing anything radical in favour of kiwis

Ludlam was one of the better watermelons

Although his resignation has the whiff of a stunt from where I sit

The next watermelon on the ticket has Cerebral Palsy
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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XII)

Post by horace on Fri 14 Jul 2017, 13:49

Almost every PM and Oppo leader have bent over before the Seppos. People like Crean and Beasley and prolly Shortpants did little courses in the US organised by the spooks.organised by the spooks
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Post by Bradman on Sat 15 Jul 2017, 01:38

I know there is some doubt over how long he has known, however our dual citizenship laws are a mess. I gave up trying to get my head around them years ago. Howard was about to simplify them then 911 happened.

My understanding of them from prior to that was that to be a dual citizen legally in this country you can't have gone looking for/kept the foreign citizenship after your 18th birthday. Merely being eligible wasn't a problem.

I'm only surmising that in Abbott's and Gillard's (I spose) case they would have become Oz citizens if they're parents did prior to their 18th birthdays; and though being eligible for a UK passport ( as was anyone with a grandparent born there) as long as they didn't acquire one they would have been fine.

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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XII)

Post by JGK on Sat 15 Jul 2017, 12:03

I had a quiet dinner with Scott Ludlum a couple of years ago. Very good bloke, loves his whiskey too. Outstanding hair.

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Re: Aus Federal Politics thread (XII)

Post by horace on Mon 17 Jul 2017, 15:19

Geebers, the ex Qld copper wants to be Minister for Homeland Security.

All in the name of ramping up anti terrorism and Islamic terrorism.

BIT in reality

Anyone slightly pinker than Vanilla Shortpants can expect development of a great fat file.

A return to But a reworking of the good old days of inept ASIO and evil (State based ) Special Branches.

'spose there are worse options than Dutton. Senator Abetz with his family background and weird values would lerve to be Minister for Gestapo, while Pope Andrews would see himself as Minister for the Spanish Inquisition.
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