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The Next Prime Minister
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flower
post Posted: Sep 13 2013, 02:56 PM
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IMO one of the initial great plusses following last Saturdays events is that we are being spared the endless press conferences that accompanied the Labor reign which pronounced an initial 100 days of immediate action, long may our Canberra pollies stay away from the Press, only appearing when something concrete and of value is to be unfolded.



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flower
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With the renewed support of 71 caucus votes Julia Gillard remains the Prime Minster of the country. But who will be the Prime Minister following the 2013 Election? Post your thoughts and take the ShareScene poll.


When this thread was created way back when, little did the creator think that the current poll results resulting from the thread's creation look like turning out to be accurate regarding the general outcome, in fact it's ironic that both of labor's back stabbers will probably disappear in a cloud of vapour on Saturday, IMO a case of poetical justice,--- always hoped the voting public would display this amount of common sense when push became shove.

Thank the Lord it is all very near over biggrin.gif



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flower
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In Reply To: frodo's post @ Jun 29 2013, 06:06 PM

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Looks like Kevvy baby has to have his junket trip to Russia now before he decides to pull the election. I guess spending up as much of the freebies that he is allowed before he is kicked out.


He's far cleverer than that, presumably being PM twice entitles him and his family to endless first class air travel until he dies, plus two index linked PM's life pensions.



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frodo
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Looks like Kevvy baby has to have his junket trip to Russia now before he decides to pull the election. I guess spending up as much of the freebies that he is allowed before he is kicked out.

And I thought by Sept 14 our troubles would start to be over and the LNP could start rebuilding business confidence, well no way, ALP are going to make sure we suffer right to the last minute, we are going to be in pain a few months longer by the looks of it. grrr.gif

 
frodo
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Looks like Kevvy baby has to have his junket trip to Russia now before he decides to pull the election. I guess spending up as much of the freebies that he is allowed before he is kicked out.

And I thought by Sept 14 our troubles would start to be over and the LNP could start rebuilding business confidence, well no way, ALP are going to make sure we suffer right to the last minute, we are going to be in pain a few months longer by the looks of it. grrr.gif

 
alonso
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In Reply To: jwlkr's post @ Jun 26 2013, 09:31 PM

lol jwlkr, they never leave empty handed



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jwlkr
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If only she'd kept those two sandwiches she wouldn't have left empty-handed.

 
arty
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In Reply To: wolverine's post @ Jun 26 2013, 08:11 PM

we should start a new poll because "you have already voted" many months ago.
(Not that it matters much)



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wolverine
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In Reply To: flower's post @ Jun 26 2013, 12:51 PM

I believe Gillard has dropped to 0%



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flower
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Apparently Rudd is right now making his move to unseat Gillard by circulating a petition to remove her.



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