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  1. It's strange to me that there's no push back, or am I mistaken? If that was going on here in Australia, people would be up in arms. The pressure to resign for any misstep is pretty overwhelming and mostly always happens eventually. Are the Brits MIA?
  2. I hope they do...and bury themselves in the process! Fools
  3. Well, they don't hate Labor, but they don't unanimously love them either. They haven't gained much this election. The liberal party just lost so spectacularly which was mostly gained by the greens and independents. And I'm glad it has worked out this way. Had Labor been more aggressive on climate change and tax reform, I think that would have scared enough liberal voters to stick with the LNP. Having independents that are aggressive on climate change keeps Labor out of it, preserving their position, but will still ensure better action is taken. It will be as if the LNP don't exist the next few years. It's great.
  4. I agree with this. But I do hope that enough positive change occurs that makes this stick for a little while longer Albo needs to assert himself with the media thugs. It will be impossible otherwise. Yayayayaya Australia!
  5. I have seen so many UAP posters up in people's yards - never before! It's for sure related to anti-vax/lockdown freedom seekers...which is just absurd if they think voting for them will amount to anything in that regard!
  6. I really want to believe the libs are out, but I'm forever surprised by how selfishly people vote...and incorrectly so. The whole trans in sport 'issue' is truly disgusting and completely absurd. The power they have to actually stir up fear of something that would rarely even occur, let alone actually be a real concern to anyone is very telling. How can the issues that truly matter escape people's attention. So much so that Labor are paralysed and are not willing to really put themselves out there in fear of scaring off voters again. And if elected, will that paralysis continue in fear of being a one term government? How can society progress if this is the state of things? I wish that the lies in politics and propaganda could be banned and controlled. If people actually understood the truth, the libs would never be in power and we would have a much more equal and civil society.
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