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The desperate times of the Australian Greens

Found this plaintiff wail in my in box and thought I’d share it with the Sandpit’s readers:

Does it make you laugh or cry?

Pardon me while I take the time to enjoy the fact that the Greens are now having to learn to live in a political reality where their loopy ideas are actually measured against the feather of political truth rather than the far less stringent standards of coffee shop  idealism.
Cheers Comrades


  1. GD says:

    Can you chip in $25, $40 or $100?

    Oh, the poor Greens. What happened to the $1.6 million dollar donation from Wotif’s Graeme Wood? The largest single political donation ever.

    Perhaps they spent that on all those carbon emitting flights to eco-conferences overseas.

  2. Iain Hall says:

    It is humorous GD

  3. deknarf says:

    We may not be on the same political wavelength Ian, but I’m with you on the sooner we get rid of the Green fanatics, the better. Milne and Hanson-Young scare me almost as much as Phoney Tony does!

  4. Ray Dixon says:

    What a pathetic cry for help – “we’re under attack and we need to put an ad in The Age to stop the big bad ALP from saying nasty things about us … please donate”.

    F*ck me dead, what a bunch of amateurs.

  5. Iain Hall says:

    Thanks for saying that! This week has certainly seen the hard light of reality shining upon the Greens and it is both far from pretty and they are clearly running scared!

    Ray You are spot on about them running scared! I really think that they have taken the ALP for granted and the ALP have been blinkered about their vices as well which is something that has clearly changed.

  6. alan says:

    “Thanks for saying that! This week has certainly seen the hard light of reality shining upon the Greens and it is both far from pretty and they are clearly running scared!”

    a bit of punctuation wouldn’t go astray!!
    hello pot, meet kettle
    not that i could give a stuff, i’m just returning the favour.

  7. Iain Hall says:

    Well Alan you may notice that here I have a certain super power that you don’t have.
    I can fix my mistakes and typos….

  8. alan says:

    Yes, isn’t that interesting, and that is obviously why you say they don’t stay there for long.
    But, why then, are there still plenty of them(spelling mistakes).
    Again, I couldn’t care less, but as you are the stickler!!
    I’ll expect your buddy GD to come along soon and ostracise you!

  9. Iain Hall says:

    Having been chided about my spelling for years by hypocritical lefties I actually make a far greater effort with my writing than most people do when they write blogs. Of course to be criticised by someone who has trouble finding the shift key to capitalise the personal pronoun “I” and who struggles with punctuation in almost every comment that he posts is beyond ridiculous.
    Taking up the “Iain can’t spell” meme is also a great way to earn a place in the moderation bin as punishment for the crime of being boring. As far as I’m concerned your comments serve only one purpose and that is to entertain ME.
    So tell me why I should keep allowing you to comment here while being boring?

  10. alan says:

    I couldn’t give a stuff, but you and your dopey mate started it.
    so i feel perfectly justified.
    and an idiot leftie i’m not.
    it may appear that way to people that put themselves out as right, but it’s merely an illusion of those that are at an extreme.

    “ideas are actually measured ”

    there you go again, from your latest. haha

    where’s your mate when he is need to keep you on the straight and narrow!

    oh, and i couldn’t give a stuff, if you don’t allow me to comment.
    but the reality is YOU and your mate started this.

    but then again you won’t find out why i reckon you’re on benefits if you do ban me.
    but anyway go for it.

  11. alan says:

    Having been chided about my spelling for years by hypocritical lefties I ACTUALLY make a far greater effort with my writing than most people do when they write blogs”

    You missed this one.
    Pleased to be of assistance!
    The context is FANTASTIC, don’t you reckon, you will have to try “greater” still?
    Best hurry and change that like you did the other.
    Where the hell are you gd!!

  12. Pete W. says:

    Taking up the “Iain can’t spell” meme is also a great way to earn a place in the moderation bin as punishment for the crime of being boring.

    Will GD be headed there too? He seems to have started it on this thread.

  13. Pete W. says:

    My mistake, he started in on the thread I read before this one.

  14. GD says:

    Not quite Mr W.

    I would never call out our esteemed blog owner on a typo, particularly as I can always understand what he’s saying. However, when a blow-in commenter writes copious negative comments about same esteemed blog owner, most of which are personally based, I do take exception, especially when I can’t make head nor tail of his ramblings either, other than that they are unnecessarily abusive.

    That is my definition of a ‘blow-in’ commenter.

  15. Pete W. says:

    Good for you, GD. You are an hero.

  16. alan says:

    so is it official?
    gd is iains protector?
    if i was iain, i would tell gd to go take a hike.
    iain is perfectly capable of looking after himself.
    after all the evidence that he can, is all over the internet.

    it was a slow work day yesterday, so i took the opportunity to google “iain hall”
    and i was amazed when google protested…….”too many hits’!
    has there ever been another in the history of the internet like he?

    now gd, i know you have limited intelligence, but do you think i was abusing iain then, or was i just writing an observation?
    he is a ‘niceperson’ isn’t he?

  17. Iain Hall says:

    I am rather certain that you have not only just discovered my internet presence so please don’t try to pretend otherwise.

  18. alan says:

    you’re correct and you’re incorrect.
    i had googled before and was amazed at the amount of hits.
    what was different this time, is that i READ the stuff i found.
    i wish i hadn’t
    you have taken on a whole new persona as far as i am concerned.
    before you were just a guy who had opinions that were, whatever, but just a guy nevertheless.

  19. Iain Hall says:

    Remember that just because you have read something on the internet that does not make it true.

  20. alan says:

    it certainly doesn’t, but we can read that two ways, can’t we?
    and i am still reading, and i get more and more incredulous.
    so even when i was just taking the piss, it’s becoming obvious that it’s true.
    i think i am outta here.

  21. Iain Hall says:

    Bye then and don’t let the door hit you on the arse as you leave.

  22. rjryan says:

    GD,is the blogger informer, informs on others, and builds up his brownie points.

  23. GD says:

    “GD, the informed blogger”

    There, I fixed it for you Richard 🙂

  24. Iain Hall says:

    Sadly GD I suspect that Richard is beyond redemption…. 😆

  25. Richard Ryan says:

    Movie: The Informer 1935—–GD might learn some “morals” from it——the moral of the story for me—don’t inform.

  26. Iain Hall says:

    This film?
    so you think that The IRA was a moral organisation?
    well with a Name like Ryan why should I be surprised!
    Shouldn’t you be at Mass this morning instead of chiding GD and I?
    Better say a few extra hail Marys as penance for your sins then…

  27. Richard Ryan says:

    AH yes! Educated by the Christian Brothers was I, not molested, I was too ugly, I was told. Was a supporter of the IRA—sang all the rebel IRA songs, thanks to the Brothers. AS for Ryan the last person executed in Australia, for been Irish, thanks to Bolte the crook, who hated Catholics.I was going to post that movie to you on the blog site, but I have a problem—-I don’t know how to go about it.I still like that movie, The Informer. Shalom Richard Ryan.

  28. Richard Ryan says:

    AS for going to mass stopped doing that years ago—–when this guy I met.some years ago, asked do I go to mass on a Sunday, no said I, he blessed himself, and said to me” my God you have lost your religion,” I replied I have never found it to lose it, you f^ckwit—he has never spoken to me since—true story

  29. Iain Hall says:

    Richard I don’t really see your comparison as being at all valid, firstly GD has never been associated with the forces of leftist darkness like the central character in the film, secondly although he did comment on Alan’s nonsense he was not telling me anything that I did not already know and as such he fails to qualify as any sort of informer.
    So that is a very big fail for you Richard!

  30. Richard Ryan says:

    GD—-a legend in his own mind.

  31. GD says:

    RR – an anarchist in everyone’s mind.

  32. Richard Ryan says:

    GD——A product tester for Viagra.

  33. Richard Ryan says:

    Yeah, you want to see where GD puts the quality-approved stamp?

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