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Those were the days my friends…

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  1. lbertrand says:

    Reading between the lines, he is predicting a massive Coalition victory in 2013.

    It will be good to see Windsor and Oakeshott punished by their constituents for supporting Labor and the carbon tax.

  2. Iain Hall says:

    On the upside I think that Had Tony managed to do a deal for government then the colaition would not be travelling as well with the public as they are now because minority government is poison no matter who is in the lodge.

  3. Richard Ryan says:

    AH YES! John Howard the PM who lost his own seat to a former ABC journalist—-(I love giving that retort to the rightards) The PM who promised not to be a commentator once he left office.Was this a non-core promise? The “lying rodent” just can’t help himself.

  4. Iain Hall says:

    And you can be sure that a very large number of those former liberal voters who tried the Labor vote last time will return to the fold at the next election and hope that no one asks them why they strayed…

  5. Craigy says:

    Greens up in the last two polls now at 15%…..The votes won’t all go to Tony Iain and Leon.

  6. Craigy says:

    And what’s with the smoking Jesus, careful or you’ll get called a bigot by damage!

  7. Ray Dixon says:

    It looks more like a joint, Craigy. Jesus was the original hippy.

  8. lbertrand says:


    For as long as Labor is being led by Julia “no carbon tax” Gillard, I don’t think leftists can throw bombs about honesty and consistency in the Liberal Party.


    We’ll see what happens with the Greens vote. I suspect that their vote will neither fall nor rise by much at the next election. The big flow of votes will be from the ALP (and country independents) to the Coalition.

    I also suspect that Greens will have the balance of power in the Senate again, possibly in the new Senate that convenes in 2013.

  9. jozub says:

    I heard today on the news “Julia used verbal abuse in the high court” (Quote Tony Abbott)

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