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Reply #271
https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/faithful-morrison-says-one-thing-but-does-another-20210505-p57p4l.html

Had a good chuckle as I read this article this arvo.

ScoMo - the very definition of hypocrisy, which the article from J Hewson articulates very well.
Only our ruthless best, from Board to bootstudders will get us no. 17

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Reply #272
Had a good chuckle as I read this article this arvo.

ScoMo - the very definition of hypocrisy, which the article from J Hewson articulates very well.

He's a dud, no question, yet miles ahead of Albo.
Finals, then 4 in a row!

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Reply #273
Fly - it's a problem when oppositions of any persuasion are no good.  Incompetent govs can get away with too much.  It will be interesting to see what happens in WA over the next 15 years.

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Reply #274
I wouldn't confine it to WA @dodge .... seems everyone is getting it in the neck :)

Fine by me.  They all deserve it.

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Reply #275
Agree

 

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Reply #276
All Australian Gov are mired in archaic practises, it's like they use training data from the 1800s to become a politician.

The biggest tell is that both major sides think there is a future in digging shizen out of the ground and selling cheaper than the nearest competitors!

I had to laugh when Boris told Scotty to dump coal and build nuclear, he should have told Scotty to build a spine first!
The Force Awakens!

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Reply #277
Had a good chuckle as I read this article this arvo.

ScoMo - the very definition of hypocrisy, which the article from J Hewson articulates very well.

You have to wonder at the thought processes the religious right must wrestle with to justify policies and actions that conflict with their faith.  I guess it depends on how perverted their particular brand of religion has become.
“Why don’t you knock it off with them negative waves? Why don’t you dig how beautiful it is out here? Why don’t you say something righteous and hopeful for a change?”  Oddball

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Reply #278
He's a dud, no question, yet miles ahead of Albo.
The thought of an Albo or Shorten being our leader makes me physically ill.
2017 - 16th
2018 - Wooden Spoon
2019 - 16th
2020 - dare to dream? 11th is better than last I suppose
2021 - Pi$$ or get off the pot

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Reply #279
You have to wonder at the thought processes the religious right must wrestle with to justify policies and actions that conflict with their faith.  I guess it depends on how perverted their particular brand of religion has become.


Very flexible morality!
Only our ruthless best, from Board to bootstudders will get us no. 17

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Reply #280
As sadly pathetic and unelectable as those two clowns are, imagine Karen Rudd or Turnbull @Gointocarlton    

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Reply #281
As sadly pathetic and unelectable as those two clowns are, imagine Karen Rudd or Turnbull @Gointocarlton    
Rudd had a head I just want to smack. Turnbull turned into a bigger imbecile than he already was.
2017 - 16th
2018 - Wooden Spoon
2019 - 16th
2020 - dare to dream? 11th is better than last I suppose
2021 - Pi$$ or get off the pot

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Reply #282
I hope Rudd's and Turnbull's demands for a Murdoch Royal Commission are successful.

Rudd had pretty decent policies IMO. His demeanour can be a little grating, but that should never be a factor in how you vote.


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Reply #284
Nothing like politics to polarise folks!

I recall a quote from Einstein that I'll paraphrase, it went something like, 'when someone is blindly loyal to any political party or ideology they no longer need their brain as they will think what they're told to think (by that political party or ideology leader). All they require is a brain stem to breath, walk and eat.' He had a similar opinion for those who declared themselves, 'patriots.'

When I think of Albo, ScoMo, Dutton, Shorten, Cash... etc., all I see are shallow opportunists.

Although I may not agree entirely with their ideologies, I do see (saw) sincerity and a genuine concern for all Aussies from Rudd, Howard, Turnbull, Hawke and a few others. None were perfect.

But I think that the bottom line is that, globally, there are very few 'real' leaders... people of vision, altruism, business acumen, superior negotiation skills, courage and genuine substance. Dare I say that in the modern world we tend to see more boldness and vision from women leaders!!! (Except M. Cash - shallowness and simplistic thinking personified).
Only our ruthless best, from Board to bootstudders will get us no. 17