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  1. deknarf says:

    It’s been there before, and it’s come back, it’s been there before, and it’s come back, it’s been there before, and its come back, it’s been there before, and it’s come back. Yep the data indicates four there & backs!
    When we see a poll based on at least 200 pollees in ALL electorates which says that Labor is stuffed, then I’ll be willing to concede that Labor is stuffed!
    While the polls don’t look great for Labor, as said previously, they’ve been there before, and they’ve come back. The main criteria here being that you believe the polls and I don’t, although I’ll give some credence to the Roy Morgan polls.
    Let’s see how things are around July/August shall we?

  2. Iain Hall says:

    Deknarf
    I know that parties have come back from positions worse than this but do you really think that Labor under Gillard can perform such a miracle?

  3. deknarf says:

    See the attached for my philosophy on your question! Who knows, perhaps the horse may sing! ;-))

    http://deknarf.wordpress.com/2012/05/01/en-passant-4-australian-politicians-and-who-knows-perhaps-the-horse-may-sing/

  4. Ray Dixon says:

    The polls are almost irrelevant and they’re just a reminder to the ALP caucus that they had a chance to turn it around but ….

  5. Iain Hall says:

    Defnarf

    the horse sings so now you will have to consider that which you insist is unthinkable 😉

    Ray that may well be the epitaph of the Labor party…

  6. GD says:

    that’s not a singing horse

    this is a singing horse

  7. GD says:

    and this is a singing goose…

    Vote 1 Labor, out of touch, out of tune, out of time

  8. Ray Dixon says:

    The way you blokes are going on with the early celebrations of a coalition win in the forthcoming election, by the time the election gets here and Gillard loses, you’ll be all partied out. It’ll be the greatest anti-climax of all time. So go for it now, keep going please – at least it’ll reduce your level of gloating post election result.

  9. GD says:

    It’s fun isn’t it Ray? 🙂

    However, this is just a rehearsal. The real joy will come at 6pm, Saturday the 14th of September.

    It’ll be more fun than Whacking Day.

  10. deknarf says:

    So there ya go! The horse did sing!! ;-))

  11. Iain Hall says:

    Sadly not the tune you ere hoping for though 😉

  12. deknarf says:

    Ahh! But it’s not all over until the fat lady sings! And that will occur in September! 😉

  13. Iain Hall says:

    Are you saying that Gillard is fat? or that she can sing?

  14. deknarf says:

    Colloquialism Iain, colloquialism!

  15. Iain Hall says:

    Which naturally brings to mind certain images Deknarf!

  16. deknarf says:

    I’d prefer not to go to dark places Iain! The shining light of Labor policy will keep me warm!! (Aside: Now if I can just find the solidarity forever song!!!) :-O

  17. deknarf says:

    Thanks! Not quite what I was thinking about but it will suffice!

  18. deknarf says:

    PS: Just quietly I think that the Solidarity song is the stupidest song I’ve ever heard, but don’t tell my fellow unionistas!

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