Managed to get another one up on QandA last night, first one for a while:
Time is the one thing that so many latte sippers fail to give their children #qanda
— Iain Hall (@theiainhall) July 14, 2014
As my most obsessive fan was having the night off he will undoubtedly be spitting chips that he missed it.
My learned friend on the other hand was all over it like a rash… ah that brings back memories
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Once again a disgracefully lopsided, biased panel on our tax-payer funded ABC.
Phillip Ruddock, ex-Liberal minister vs 3 1/2 leftards, along with sneering leftard host Tony (I’ll interrupt you if I don’t agree with you) Jones.
Good on you Iain for getting a tweet up. Once again this blatantly left biased, tax-payer funded show pushes their agenda. Both Ruddock and the almost conservative, Tim Hawke battled to get their points across. They were rudely cut off by sneering host Tony Jones. Tanya and so-called comedian Charlie Pickering were given plenty of time to espouse their ridiculous leftist agenda.
Charlie Pickering, a comedian? Why does the ABC give this supercilious, didactic, pompous wanker time on national television?
Good on you Iain for getting a tweet up.
The ABC is out of control.
Yes GD its a big challenge to get past their bias, which is why I get a buzz out of managing to do it 😉
Phillip Ruddock? reminds me of a constipated greyhound, when he speaks.
ABC under the control of Tony Abbott, over my dead body. Shalom, Richard Ryan.
I agree that Q & A has a lot of try hards on its panels (like Pickering) but there is no bias there. Plenty of fruity loop rightards get a go too. Jones is about the least biased host you could ever get. No hope convincing you of that though, GD, given you are so far out of whack with even the great majority of those on the right and actually sit in a tiny percentage of extreme right-wingers who see anything less than a swooning compliment for hardline Tony as “leftist bias”.
Ray, I bet you can’t name or link to one.
Need I go on?
Okay, I will:
(Julie) Bishop, Sheridan, Brandis, Pyne, Hunt, Hockey, Coonan, Bolt, Downer, Joyce, Ridout, (Bronwyn) Bishop, Stone, Minchin, Abbott, Costello, Morrison, Adler, Coonan, Hewson, Elliot, Akerman, Heffernan, Tankard-Reist, Bernardi, Dutton, Arndt, Chikarovski, Devine, O’Dwyer, Berg, Katter, Truss, Palmer, Forrest, Vandstone, (Gerard) Henderson, Abetz, (Jackie) Kelly, Hilderbrand, Cormann, Kroger, Steyn, Reith, Alexander, Noonan, (Angry) Anderson, Nile, Sinodinos, Fischer, Frydenberg …. and the list goes on.
And I’ve only picked out the obvious ones, GD.
And the pig with the lipstick ——Sophie Mirabella in charge of the yellow submarines.
Come on, Ray, the Libs won the election with 50 seats, these voters aren’t of your persuasion, they are of mine. They support my views. To say they support your views when you voted for the Labor Party is laughable. You are so far to the left it’s pathetic. As for your long list of conservative commentators, how about you quote something one of them wrote that you think is whacko. You can’t, can you, because they have common sense. Meanwhile your Labor and Green buddies are as loopy as two beans on a stick.
accurate, excellent quote
Huh? The Coalition (ie the Lib/Nat Party) won 90 seats, Labor won 55. The figure of 50 doesn’t even come into it. Did you mean they “won it by 50 seats”? No, they hold a 35 seat majority, meaning they would lose office if they lost just 17 seats (something that looks likely now according to opinion polling). Don’t post while you’re drinking mate.
Hardly anyone is of your persuasion, GD – ie extreme right wing. Just because you voted Coalition doesn’t mean everyone else who voted Coalition agrees with your radical opinions. I didn’t vote for Labor at the last election. Or Green.
To the left of what? Of you? Yeah, everyone is to the left of you but I’m not a “leftist” and you know it so stop labelling me as one. And get off the turps.
I’m not here to do your research, GD, and no matter what I found and quoted you’d disagree that it was whacko – like when Fiona Scott said refugees were “clogging up Western Sydney’s freeways”. The point is that Q & A does indeed have a lot of right wing panellists. A point you constantly deny and now – when it’s proven to you – don’t have the good grace to acknowledge.
Over to (hic) you.
GD, are you talking to yourself here?
That’s weird, mate.
When these people were fighting the might of the Russian army in Afghanistan, they were called “freedom fighters” and were even supplied arms by the Americans to fight the Russians, the might of the Russian army, was defeated in Afghanistan, as was the might of the American Empire in Vietnam. Now we have Aussies fighting overseas, Aussie “freedom fighters”— snigger snigger.