Scott Morrison's imploding act

 

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Posted 3 years ago

  lsrailfan Chief Commissioner

Location: Somewhere you're not
This is just for pure entertainment value, just have a listen to the parrot (AKA Alan Jones) and Jeff Kennett, still believing Matthew Guy had a chance, despite what the polls said Laughing - https://www.2gb.com/what-you-need-to-know-about-tomorrows-victorian-election/

Kind Regards

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  wobert Chief Commissioner

Location: Half way between Propodolla and Kinimakatka
I wonder if the NSW libs will be pushing for the Federal election to happen sooner,ie before the state one so they might have a chance at retaining power in NSW?
There was mutterings on something I was watching last night (cant remember which station) that the Feds will hang off as long as possible to give them time to regain Victorian's trust. Rolling Eyes

Rick
RustyRick
Or to empty the Treasury.
  RustyRick Chief Commissioner

Location: South West Vic
This is just for pure entertainment value, just have a listen to the parrot (AKA Alan Jones) and Jeff Kennett, still believing Matthew Guy had a chance, despite what the polls said Laughing - https://www.2gb.com/what-you-need-to-know-about-tomorrows-victorian-election/

Kind Regards
No. Just no. I had to sit through a training day where Jeff was the headline speaker, and everyone else fawned over him about his “visionary changes” to local Government were. I couldn't listen to two of them..

Rick
  don_dunstan The Ghost of George Stephenson

Location: Adelaide proud
DD, if you're concerned about an LNP opposition, then you must be convinced that the charismatic Member for Maribinong? The honourable Bill Shorten will be the next PM.
No fear, Chris Bowen will be treasurer, and surely Wayne Swan will be on speed dial.
Financial minister of the year, 2011.

And if Scomo needs a hand to move from the lodge, I can help.Very Happy
michaelgm
This will be the second time in less than ten years that voters will chuck a government they hate out rather than elect a credible opposition - it's not a good situation and it's terrible for our democracy if there's no effective opposition party to the government of the day no matter who they are.

Personally as I've said before I had high hopes for Malcolm Bligh Turnbull, I really did think that he was going to be assertive and demonstrate leadership but instead it was the opposite - he was mealy-mouthed and an appeaser. Which never works in the long run. I don't have enough swear-words for how disappointed I am with the decision of the LNP to make that man PM - he's going to consign them to at least two terms in the wilderness - if they manage to survive the next election full-stop.
  lsrailfan Chief Commissioner

Location: Somewhere you're not
The latest opinion poll has the ALP comfortably ahead of the LNP by 55 to 45%, if this was replicated at the Federal Election, you could witness some more carnage,  I.E "Victorian style" LaughingLaughing
  Groundrelay Chief Commissioner

Location: Surrounded by Trolls!
I don't have enough swear-words for how disappointed I am with the decision of the LNP to make that man PM - he's going to consign them to at least two terms in the wilderness - if they manage to survive the next election full-stop.
don_dunstan
Again your lament is all about how much you "hate" Labor.

Shorten's as charismatic as a stick of celery, however the PM is not the government. All we need is a PM who can lead a reasonably united cabinet whilst keeping m