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Fliegenmong 4th Jun 2013 12:29

KB

She had carriage of the Bill through the Parliament, and successfully saw it in our enacted law.

Yeah maybe, fair enough.....so long as you never make mention that Tony Abbot made secret deals with, later reneged under the guise of 'listening to the public', Red Witch herself over Cash for Votes

Let us not fool ourselves into thinking that Mr Abbott, is above secret deals with,....the worst PM we've ever had........we'll expect the MSM to conveniently drop this without further word.....

I've not been watching much news / current affairs etc. lately, but I do know the way the MSM support the right so obviously, and how the likes of channel 9 etc. pander to the lowest common denominator......how the ugg boot beanie wearing bogan from Broadmeadows thinks John Winston was a marvel whilst also being ignorant of John Winston robbing him blind with work choices, whilst simultaneuolsy showering him with middle class welfare :rolleyes:

But what Abbott is doing, from what I can see of things, is copying Rudd in 2007, the 'Small Target'.....

A minor hiccup was being caught out collaborating with our worst PM ever, no real Biggy, when you know the MSM will tow the party line............:hmm:

Ken Borough 4th Jun 2013 12:53

Fliegs

Agree with most of what you say! There's a lot of things we shouldn't forget about the Leader of the Opposition, such as

* the way in which he openly disparaged the motives of the dying anti-asbestos campaigner Bernie Banston

* his shameful:mad:television performance when he was challenged about saying 'shit happens'

* his revelation that he could only be believed if the matter was in writing, but like JHW, he seems to have a policy of core and non-core promises.

I fear for this country when Abbott attains office. We are not served very well with the current mob but the alternative is not an attractive option. I bet the Jesuits are wondering where they went wrong when schooling Messrs Abbott, Hockey, Pyne and Joyce who have hearts of flint IMHO.

What does MSM stand for?

Buster Hyman 4th Jun 2013 13:30


how the ugg boot beanie wearing bogan from Broadmeadows thinks John Winston was a marvel whilst also being ignorant of John Winston robbing him blind with work choices, whilst simultaneuolsy showering him with middle class welfare :rolleyes:
WTF? :suspect:

500N 4th Jun 2013 13:45

Buster

That was my thought as well. I always thought Broady was Labor.

Buster Hyman 4th Jun 2013 13:49

It is, and always has been. The comment looks to have been directed at an individual that resides in the area, but still eats bacon & doesn't follow the other sheeple in the area...I'll wait & see.

sisemen 4th Jun 2013 15:20

Just over a hundred days out and now, following the latest Newspoll disaster, even the ALPBC are coming out of their cave to mock. The writing must be on the wall.

I am torn between wanting to see her thrown out on her well-lobed ear now or waiting until 14 Sep when I can play my small part in the process.

CoodaShooda 4th Jun 2013 20:52

Ken, I hope you realise that your comment about the Jesuits would have been proscribed under NR's proposed Anti-Discrimination law.

In fact, this whole thread would have been in breach.

But that would have been irrelevant because we would have been prevented from accessing Pprune by Conroy's Internet filter.

It looks like the choice is between flint hearted bible bashers and a bunch of (dis)organised thugs and criminals.

Fliegenmong 4th Jun 2013 21:45

The comment was not directed at any individual....broadmeadows rolled off the tongue well with all the other 'b' words before it that was all.....:p...it was directed to the simpletons, otherwise once referred to as howards battlers...the middle class welfare beneficiaries who were too blind to see they were about to get raped...dry :eek: (you know the policy you hate hearing anyone mention...w...c.....s :rolleyes: )

Oi Cooda!! For criminals, lets not forget Maryjo Fisher! he he:ok:

True Ken, treatment of Bernie was a disgrace....especially coming from a 'christian'... and the other points you mention...

But now we know he does secret deals with HER! Is there not a level too low for TA to stoop to??

Buster Hyman 4th Jun 2013 22:43

Okay. Well, like the Red Witch & the rest of her cronies, you may not realise that Broadmeadows is a strong ALP heartland & you could probably count on one hand the amount of Liberal votes in that electorate.

CoodaShooda 4th Jun 2013 23:52


lets not forget Maryjo Fisher!
Ah yes. Committed a shoplifting offence while suffering a mental illness and did the proper thing of resigning her seat.

Obviously up there with the union (robber) barons and their fellow travellers.:p

Perhaps a better comparison to throw in would be Peter Slipper. He's a bit of a bible basher too. :E

sisemen 5th Jun 2013 01:03


A warning from one of the PM's loyal supporters that the government was "dead" in western Sydney unless it fixed the asylum seeker issue.

The dire situation prompted extraordinary public statements yesterday from several senior MPs, both supporters of Julia Gillard and Mr Rudd.

Queensland Labor backbencher Graham Perrett admitted: "We're in more trouble than Indiana Jones."

And Hunter MP Joel Fitzgibbon appeared to mock the PM on morning television when he pretended to read out orders on how he should respond to the polls. "I just brought the manual with me," Mr Fitzgibbon said before breaking into laughter.
It's a world of pain out there for Labor. And Kuddly Krudd is still on the sidelines giving "advice". Almost time to get out the popcorn, draw up a chair, and sit back and watch the blood-letting. :E

parabellum 5th Jun 2013 01:15



* his shamefulhttp://images.ibsrv.net/ibsrv/res/sr...s/censored.giftelevision performance when he was challenged about saying 'shit
happens'
And while we are at it let us not forget the shameful way that Channel 7 set this all up and then went about reporting it totally out of context in order to show Abbott in the worst light possible, known world wide as sh*t stirring. It was an eavesdropped remark, (using electronic devices), made by a senior politician to a senior ADF officer, not a press conference, they both understood each other and the ADF never complained.

david1300 5th Jun 2013 01:59


Originally Posted by Fliegenmong (Post 7876801)
KB

She had carriage of the Bill through the Parliament, and successfully saw it in our enacted law.

Yeah maybe, fair enough.....so long as you never make mention that Tony Abbot made secret deals with, later reneged under the guise of 'listening to the public', Red Witch herself over Cash for Votes

Let us not fool ourselves into thinking that Mr Abbott, is above secret deals with,....the worst PM we've ever had........we'll expect the MSM to conveniently drop this without further word.....

I've not been watching much news / current affairs etc. lately, but I do know the way the MSM support the right so obviously, and how the likes of channel 9 etc. pander to the lowest common denominator......how the ugg boot beanie wearing bogan from Broadmeadows thinks John Winston was a marvel whilst also being ignorant of John Winston robbing him blind with work choices, whilst simultaneuolsy showering him with middle class welfare :rolleyes:

But what Abbott is doing, from what I can see of things, is copying Rudd in 2007, the 'Small Target'.....

A minor hiccup was being caught out collaborating with our worst PM ever, no real Biggy, when you know the MSM will tow the party line............:hmm:

Well, this made I larf, it did. Nothing at all defensible in ALP policy implementation, or competence of ALP people, just a tired old 'let me scare the children with the bogey-man' approach. Larfing, I am, rolling on the floor larfing :*

david1300 5th Jun 2013 02:06

And this made me laugh even more
 
Kevin Rudd calls for discipline in Labor, telling MPs to 'pull their heads in'

KEVIN Rudd has directed Labor MPs to "pull their heads in" as a growing sense of panic grips the party.
The former prime minister made a rare appearance at the doors of parliament this morning to counsel fellow Labor MPs, amid a breakdown in party discipline.
“(They should) pull their heads in and get on with the business of ensuring that Tony Abbott does not become the next prime minister of the country,” Mr Rudd told reporters.
He issued the instruction as Julia Gillard was urged to dump her “spin merchants” and speak honestly to voters.

Cookies must be enabled. | The Australian

Worrals in the wilds 5th Jun 2013 02:23


Kuddly Krudd is still on the sidelines giving "advice". Almost time to get out the popcorn, draw up a chair, and sit back and watch the blood-letting.
When the battle's lost and won, the first thing the ALP needs to do is neutralise Kevin. He's a festering sore that just won't shut up. :ugh:

All three of them (Rudd, Gillard and Swan) need to be packed off overseas to some mates rates type jobs ASAP on condition that they never speak to the media again. :suspect:

parabellum 5th Jun 2013 02:42



All three of them (Rudd, Gillard and Swan) need to be packed off overseas to
some mates rates type jobs ASAP on condition that they never speak to the media
again.
Vacancies currently exist at a UNHCR camp in the Sudan, or is that too good for them?!

sisemen 5th Jun 2013 02:56

I was hoping, for Gillard at least, an all-expenses paid holiday at Tarrengower near Maldon, Vic

Tarrengower Prison - Corrections, Prisons & Parole Victoria

SOPS 5th Jun 2013 03:00

Julia...speak honestly?? There is no way she could ever do it, besides no one is listening anyway. I was in a waiting room yesterday, and when she came on TV a person got up a changed the channel....it's all over for Labor, thank God.
BTW, another boat with 104 country shoppers just arrived:ugh:

gupta 5th Jun 2013 03:33

The bit from the 7:30 report that made me almost drop my cuppa was when Leigh Sales asked Laurie Ferguson something along the line of:
So is the voting public too naive to decide for itself?
Answer
Yes

sisemen 5th Jun 2013 04:05

The transcript:


LEIGH SALES: But firstly, aren't people smart enough to understand that it's a complex problem and secondly, isn't the issue that people just want to know that you're going to do something to stop asylum seekers getting on boats, that's what they want to hear?

LAURIE FERGUSON: No, I don't think people think it's complex. I think that they've got a view now that somehow Tony Abbott after September is going to solve this. I don't think he can and I think we've got to focus on that.

LEIGH SALES: Do you really think that people are that naive, that they look at it in such a simple fashion?

LAURIE FERGUSON: Absolutely. I think that because we've abandoned the field, people don't take notice that he's moved from 'stop the boats' to substantially reduce, that the time line for when they're going to actually do something has blown out, and that we're going to depend on some secret, not to be revealed conversations between Julie Bishop and Indonesian ministers, that's ridiculous and I think we've got to get stuck into them.


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