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The last dance looms for Labor

Here we see a minion of the left trying to save the Gillard government by the use of a special dance to placate Gaia, sadly the Goddess is far from amused by such a poor effort so she has decided instead to endorse the coalition. Speaking through a true Prophet the Goddess is reported to have said that she is insulted by the suggestion that creating a Ponzi scheme is any way to serve the interests of the planet.

I feel sorry for those people of the left who really wanted Gillard to succeed, even if the only reason that they have now is that Julia is not Tony. Even if they are wilfully blind to the failures of this government and they insist on not seeing the bus loaded with electoral explosives across the tracks towards which the Labor train is speeding towards at full throttle. When it happens it will be a very big bang indeed and the carnage will be far from pretty to add insult to injury Gillard herself may end up retaining her seat and you can bet that if she does that she won’t stay in the parliament in the wake of such a humiliating defeat   so the party will be humiliated again at the subsequent by-election.

Well there is some good news for your common or garden variety Labor tragic and it is that the party has a plan:

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Now if only they had had a plan for good government rather than the spectacular implosion that back-flipping on that infamous “there will be no carbon tax under a government I lead” promise maybe then the true believers would have reason for hope rather than despair at this point in time but as it stands now I fear that there is no hope for Labor in government and even less reasons to believe that they will learn the lessons of the failure with the urgency that their thrashing should inspire.

Cheers Comrades


  1. deknarf says:

    Really? I thought it was one of Phoney Tony’y acolytes showing us the state of the economy after three terms of NO Coalition government. I MUST get some new glasses!

    Yep! Sure does look grim for Labor and both Julia and Tony are about as popular as a pork sausage you know where! But there’s only one poll that really matters and that’s when people cast their vote on THE DAY.

    You may be right, but as I’ve commented previously, ‘perhaps the horse may sing!’ 🙂

  2. Richard Ryan says:

    Speaking of dancing! I hear David Hicks is dancing for joy! Pay-back time is now the name of the game. Revenge my favorite mantra.

  3. Ray Dixon says:

    Iain, put a beard on that dancing guy and he’d look just like you mate!

  4. Richard Ryan says:

    Just look at the loin-cloth he wears to hide his penis—-must be 10 inches long! That’s just on the slack.

  5. Ray Dixon says:

    Actually, isn’t it rearing its ugly head out the side … on the right (as you look at it)? There’s something there!

  6. Iain Hall says:

    oh Ray I just wish that I was still that svelte!

  7. GD says:

    Seriously, guys, this dancing man can only be the next Greens candidate for Melbourne or maybe the Senate. This is where these cave-dwellers are heading 🙂

  8. Richard Ryan says:

    cave-dweller? GD was born on a farm——there were six in the litter—oink-oink-oink.

  9. Iain Hall says:

    Play nice Richard or we might have to illuminate your parentage which is clearly far from wonderful

  10. GD says:

    Then again, dancing man does bear a strong resemblance to the ocu-tards that befouled our city spaces recently in the name of ‘the 99%’.

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