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  1. #1
    Ext User(Rod Speed) Guest

    ****ing Labor Party

    Just watch the two terminal ****wits proclaiming that
    they are the best ones to win the next election for Labor.

    One of them single handedly flushed whatever prospect
    that Labor ever had of being elected to govt where it
    belonged for an entire ****ing generation.

    They BOTH are so stupid that they want to commit
    electoral suicide all over again by having a double
    dissolution now.

    Wota packa terminal ****wits.



  2. #2
    Ext User(Don McKenzie) Guest

    Re: ****ing Labor Party

    On 13-Sep-13 8:55 PM, Rod Speed wrote:
    > Just watch the two terminal ****wits proclaiming that
    > they are the best ones to win the next election for Labor.
    > One of them single handedly flushed whatever prospect
    > that Labor ever had of being elected to govt where it belonged for an entire ****ing generation.
    > They BOTH are so stupid that they want to commit
    > electoral suicide all over again by having a double
    > dissolution now.
    > Wota packa terminal ****wits.


    This continued in house fighting, will end in tears again.

    Don...


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  3. #3
    Ext User(SG1) Guest

    Re: ****ing Labor Party


    "Rod Speed" <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote in message
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    > Just watch the two terminal ****wits proclaiming that
    > they are the best ones to win the next election for Labor.
    > One of them single handedly flushed whatever prospect
    > that Labor ever had of being elected to govt where it belonged for an
    > entire ****ing generation.
    > They BOTH are so stupid that they want to commit
    > electoral suicide all over again by having a double
    > dissolution now.
    > Wota packa terminal ****wits.

    Roddles master of the understatement. Please don't hold back.


  4. #4
    Ext User(Rod Speed) Guest

    Re: ****ing Labor Party

    Don McKenzie <5V@2.5A> wrote
    > Rod Speed wrote


    >> Just watched the two terminal ****wits proclaiming that
    >> they are the best ones to win the next election for Labor.


    >> One of them single handedly flushed whatever prospect
    >> that Labor ever had of being elected to govt where it
    >> belonged for an entire ****ing generation.


    >> They BOTH are so stupid that they want to commit
    >> electoral suicide all over again by having a double
    >> dissolution now.


    >> Wota packa terminal ****wits.


    > This continued in house fighting, will end in tears again.


    Yeah, and while ever Rudd is still in parliament, he will
    keep sniping at everyone. He just can't help himself.

    The other striking thing now is how few they
    have left who amount to anything at all.

    ALL of them are just ex ministerial
    'advisors' or union goons now.

  5. #5
    Ext User(Petzl) Guest

    Re: ****ing Labor Party

    On Fri, 13 Sep 2013 20:55:57 +1000, "Rod Speed"
    <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote:

    >Just watch the two terminal ****wits proclaiming that
    >they are the best ones to win the next election for Labor.
    >
    >One of them single handedly flushed whatever prospect
    >that Labor ever had of being elected to govt where it
    >belonged for an entire ****ing generation.
    >
    >They BOTH are so stupid that they want to commit
    >electoral suicide all over again by having a double
    >dissolution now.
    >
    >Wota packa terminal ****wits.
    >
    >

    Our new Rod Speed anthem
    https://www.youtube.com/embed/QmhQct1i2Rw
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    http://tinyurl.com/Abbott-Squeezing-out-policy
    Looks like Abbott turd, smells like Abbott turd, feels like Abbott turd, tastes like Abbott turd. Must be Abbott turd. Don't step in it!.

    lib puppeteers believe lying will get them over the line, but if that's all you have to offer in opposition they can only be worse in government.

  6. #6
    Ext User(Rod Speed) Guest

    Re: ****ing Labor Party

    Petzl <petzlx@gmail.com> wrote
    > Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote


    >> Just watch the two terminal ****wits proclaiming that
    >> they are the best ones to win the next election for Labor.


    >> One of them single handedly flushed whatever prospect
    >> that Labor ever had of being elected to govt where it
    >> belonged for an entire ****ing generation.


    >> They BOTH are so stupid that they want to commit
    >> electoral suicide all over again by having a double
    >> dissolution now.


    >> Wota packa terminal ****wits.


    > Our new Rod Speed anthem
    > https://www.youtube.com/embed/QmhQct1i2Rw


    You're the rag head. You don't fool us at all, boy.



  7. #7
    Ext User(Damian) Guest

    Re: ****ing Labor Party


    "Rod Speed" <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote in message
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    > Just watch the two terminal ****wits proclaiming that
    > they are the best ones to win the next election for Labor.


    It's the democratic process Krudd introduced to elect the party leader.
    Funny thing is that they still aren't clear about which party members are
    allowed to vote.


    >
    > One of them single handedly flushed whatever prospect
    > that Labor ever had of being elected to govt where it belonged for an
    > entire ****ing generation.


    Dunno how that happened!!!

    >
    > They BOTH are so stupid that they want to commit
    > electoral suicide all over again by having a double
    > dissolution now.


    It's far less dramatic than a dd.

    >
    > Wota packa terminal ****wits.


    That's considered a fundamental necessity in politics.
    But, I think you'are talking about the newly elected government, right?!

    >
    >




  8. #8
    Ext User(Rod Speed) Guest

    Re: ****ing Labor Party

    Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    > Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote


    >> Just watched the two terminal ****wits proclaiming that
    >> they are the best ones to win the next election for Labor.


    > It's the democratic process Krudd introduced to elect the party leader.


    Yep, yet another terminal stupidity from that terminal ****wit
    that has just single handedly removed any possibility of Labor
    being electable to govt federally for an entire ****ing generation.

    > Funny thing is that they still aren't clear about
    > which party members are allowed to vote.


    Or even how they vote either.

    >> One of them single handedly flushed whatever prospect
    >> that Labor ever had of being elected to govt where it
    >> belonged for an entire ****ing generation.


    > Dunno how that happened!!!


    By assassinating two PMs in a row.

    >> They BOTH are so stupid that they want
    >> to commit electoral suicide all over again
    >> by having a double dissolution now.


    > It's far less dramatic than a dd.


    Which likely wont happen given that the clowns
    with the balance of power in the new senate will
    flush the carbon tax and ETS where it belongs as
    soon as they get to vote on that.

    >> Wota packa terminal ****wits.


    > That's considered a fundamental necessity in politics.
    > But, I think you'are talking about the newly elected
    > government, right?!


    Even you can't actually be THAT stupid.

  9. #9
    Ext User(Damian) Guest

    Re: ****ing Labor Party


    "Rod Speed" <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:b9lj8kF8u63U1@mid.individual.net...
    > Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote

    >
    >>> Just watched the two terminal ****wits proclaiming that
    >>> they are the best ones to win the next election for Labor.

    >
    >> It's the democratic process Krudd introduced to elect the party leader.

    >
    > Yep, yet another terminal stupidity from that terminal ****wit that has
    > just single handedly removed any possibility of Labor being electable to
    > govt federally for an entire ****ing generation.


    Like you give a shit, eh?!

    >
    >> Funny thing is that they still aren't clear about which party members are
    >> allowed to vote.

    >
    > Or even how they vote either.


    Well, they say via postal votes for the selected 'grassroot' members.
    I haven't gota clue how they gonna chose those 'grassroot' membos.
    I think they are farting around with that.
    They should bring Krudd back by pleading him to take over again.
    He's their only hope.

    >
    >>> One of them single handedly flushed whatever prospect
    >>> that Labor ever had of being elected to govt where it belonged for an
    >>> entire ****ing generation.


    For a generation, ha? That's your imagination gone way too wild.

    >
    >> Dunno how that happened!!!

    >
    > By assassinating two PMs in a row.
    >>> They BOTH are so stupid that they want to commit electoral suicide all
    >>> over again by having a double dissolution now.

    >
    >> It's far less dramatic than a dd.

    >
    > Which likely wont happen given that the clowns
    > with the balance of power in the new senate will
    > flush the carbon tax and ETS where it belongs as
    > soon as they get to vote on that.


    Not likely. There are few micro party senators for the first time in the
    Liz's crownland's history.
    They ain't libs. And, even the well known indi, Xeno is in favour of an ETS.
    Majority of the senate want some sort of ETS.
    Something even a dumb blone would recognize at this stage.
    Abbotard is in for a tough ride, man. He ain't gona flush the carbon tax
    that easily.
    Majority of the senate will demand a simultaneous "ETS bill", in order to
    support flushing the carbon tax.

    >
    >>> Wota packa terminal ****wits.

    >
    >> That's considered a fundamental necessity in politics.
    >> But, I think you'are talking about the newly elected government, right?!

    >
    > Even you can't actually be THAT stupid.


    Nope. but I thought I might give it a go, 'cos you ain't anywhere near that
    smart either.
    Turnball is graciously waiting for Abbotard to hit a truck while riding his
    bike, so he can step in.
    When that happens, you may need to start reading a new book, man.



  10. #10
    Ext User(Rod Speed) Guest

    Re: ****ing Labor Party

    Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    > Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
    >> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote


    >>>> Just watched the two terminal ****wits proclaiming that
    >>>> they are the best ones to win the next election for Labor.


    >>> It's the democratic process Krudd introduced to elect the party leader.


    >> Yep, yet another terminal stupidity from that terminal ****wit that has
    >> just single handedly removed any possibility of Labor being electable to
    >> govt federally for an entire ****ing generation.


    > Like you give a shit, eh?!


    Corse I do. The longer they are completely unelectable to govt the better.

    Those clowns have ****ed things up completely in just 6 years.

    >>> Funny thing is that they still aren't clear about which party members
    >>> are allowed to vote.


    >> Or even how they vote either.


    > Well, they say via postal votes for the selected 'grassroot' members.


    Thatís not what the rules say.

    Gunna be hilarious of Abbot makes them use the AEC to do it.

    > I haven't gota clue how they gonna chose those 'grassroot' membos.
    > I think they are farting around with that.
    > They should bring Krudd back by pleading him to take over again.


    Even federal labor aint actually THAT stupid.

    > He's their only hope.


    If that is true, they really are completely ****ed.

    >>>> One of them single handedly flushed whatever prospect
    >>>> that Labor ever had of being elected to govt where it belonged for an
    >>>> entire ****ing generation.


    > For a generation, ha?


    Thatís what happened the last time they were that stupid.

    > That's your imagination gone way too wild.


    We'll see...

    >>> Dunno how that happened!!!


    >> By assassinating two PMs in a row.


    >>>> They BOTH are so stupid that they want to commit electoral suicide all
    >>>> over again by having a double dissolution now.


    >>> It's far less dramatic than a dd.


    >> Which likely wont happen given that the clowns
    >> with the balance of power in the new senate will
    >> flush the carbon tax and ETS where it belongs as
    >> soon as they get to vote on that.


    > Not likely.


    Bet they do. They are all on the right of politics
    with the greens being flushed where they belong
    balance of power wise.

    > There are few micro party senators for the first time in the Liz's
    > crownland's history. They ain't libs.


    They are even less labs.

    > And, even the well known indi, Xeno is in favour of an ETS.


    That fool is completely outnumbered by all the rest.

    > Majority of the senate want some sort of ETS.


    Wrong, as always.

    > Something even a dumb blone would recognize at this stage.


    You'll see...

    > Abbotard is in for a tough ride, man.


    Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.

    ALL he has to do is wait for July.

    > He ain't gona flush the carbon tax that easily.


    Bet he does.

    > Majority of the senate will demand a simultaneous "ETS bill", in order to
    > support flushing the carbon tax.


    The senate doesnít get to decide that. Abbot does.

    >>>> Wota packa terminal ****wits.


    >>> That's considered a fundamental necessity in politics.
    >>> But, I think you'are talking about the newly elected government, right?!


    >> Even you can't actually be THAT stupid.


    > Nope. but I thought I might give it a go, 'cos you ain't anywhere near
    > that smart either.


    > Turnball is graciously waiting for Abbotard to hit a truck while riding
    > his bike, so he can step in.


    He wont, Hockey would replace him.

    > When that happens,


    Taint gunna, even if Abbot does get taken by a shark.

    > you may need to start reading a new book, man.


    Fraid not, child.



  11. #11
    Ext User(SG1) Guest

    Re: ****ing Labor Party


    "Damian" <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote in message
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    >
    > "Rod Speed" <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote in message
    > news:b9lj8kF8u63U1@mid.individual.net...
    >> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote

    >>
    >>>> Just watched the two terminal ****wits proclaiming that
    >>>> they are the best ones to win the next election for Labor.

    >>
    >>> It's the democratic process Krudd introduced to elect the party leader.

    >>
    >> Yep, yet another terminal stupidity from that terminal ****wit that has
    >> just single handedly removed any possibility of Labor being electable to
    >> govt federally for an entire ****ing generation.

    >
    > Like you give a shit, eh?!
    >
    >>
    >>> Funny thing is that they still aren't clear about which party members
    >>> are allowed to vote.

    >>
    >> Or even how they vote either.

    >
    > Well, they say via postal votes for the selected 'grassroot' members.
    > I haven't gota clue how they gonna chose those 'grassroot' membos.
    > I think they are farting around with that.
    > They should bring Krudd back by pleading him to take over again.
    > He's their only hope.
    >

    That is meant to be a joke right???? Or maybe you have NO sense of humour??


  12. #12
    Ext User(Damian) Guest

    Re: ****ing Labor Party


    "Rod Speed" <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote in message
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    > Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
    >>> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote

    >
    >>>>> Just watched the two terminal ****wits proclaiming that
    >>>>> they are the best ones to win the next election for Labor.

    >
    >>>> It's the democratic process Krudd introduced to elect the party leader.

    >
    >>> Yep, yet another terminal stupidity from that terminal ****wit that has
    >>> just single handedly removed any possibility of Labor being electable to
    >>> govt federally for an entire ****ing generation.

    >
    >> Like you give a shit, eh?!

    >
    > Corse I do. The longer they are completely unelectable to govt the better.
    >
    > Those clowns have ****ed things up completely in just 6 years.


    Your previous statement carries different connotations. It's almost like you
    are sorry Labs are out, and Libs are in.
    And sounds like you've got some sense come back to you about the Abbotard
    government.

    >
    >>>> Funny thing is that they still aren't clear about which party members
    >>>> are allowed to vote.

    >
    >>> Or even how they vote either.

    >
    >> Well, they say via postal votes for the selected 'grassroot' members.

    >
    > Thatís not what the rules say.


    Then you haven't been there yet.

    >
    > Gunna be hilarious of Abbot makes them use the AEC to do it.


    That doesn't make any sense. AEC has no legislative obligation on that
    AFAIK, and Abbotard clearly got no jurisdiction in that matter either.

    >
    >> I haven't gota clue how they gonna chose those 'grassroot' membos.
    >> I think they are farting around with that.
    >> They should bring Krudd back by pleading him to take over again.

    >
    > Even federal labor aint actually THAT stupid.


    I keep getting this Deja Vu thing.......any idea why, Tim?!

    >
    >> He's their only hope.

    >
    > If that is true, they really are completely ****ed.


    Well, that's debatable.

    >
    >>>>> One of them single handedly flushed whatever prospect
    >>>>> that Labor ever had of being elected to govt where it belonged for an
    >>>>> entire ****ing generation.

    >
    >> For a generation, ha?

    >
    > Thatís what happened the last time they were that stupid.


    12 years?!, hardly count as a gen. Besides, The Coward was well aided with
    9/11, George Stupid Bush, mining boom, Costello and Kim Greasely.

    >
    >> That's your imagination gone way too wild.

    >
    > We'll see...


    Only if you stop boozing that deadly toxic home brew and start eating some
    vegys as I do.

    >
    >>>> Dunno how that happened!!!

    >
    >>> By assassinating two PMs in a row.

    >
    >>>>> They BOTH are so stupid that they want to commit electoral suicide all
    >>>>> over again by having a double dissolution now.

    >
    >>>> It's far less dramatic than a dd.

    >
    >>> Which likely wont happen given that the clowns
    >>> with the balance of power in the new senate will
    >>> flush the carbon tax and ETS where it belongs as
    >>> soon as they get to vote on that.

    >
    >> Not likely.

    >
    > Bet they do. They are all on the right of politics
    > with the greens being flushed where they belong
    > balance of power wise.


    It's an overstatement. They only lost few primary votes AFAIK.
    Hanson's still hanging on.

    >
    >> There are few micro party senators for the first time in the Liz's
    >> crownland's history. They ain't libs.

    >
    > They are even less labs.


    We'll have to wait and see. Xeno said something today indicates that he's
    not totally in disagreement with Abbotards's direct action dance, indicating
    he may be switching towards modifications to the direct action thing, rather
    than an ETS, which totally contradicts what he put up on his website,
    bragging about the need of an ETS.
    I reckon you can't expect anything more than that from a plumber.
    He may have some idea to join the Lib government after next July or
    something.

    >
    >> And, even the well known indi, Xeno is in favour of an ETS.

    >
    > That fool is completely outnumbered by all the rest.


    He still counts.

    >
    >> Majority of the senate want some sort of ETS.

    >
    > Wrong, as always.


    You have to watch QnA, Xeno now blurrs the difference between ETS and direct
    action dance. He sounds like as he believes there is a grey area between
    two.
    I wonder where the hell exactly is that grey area!

    >
    >> Something even a dumb blone would recognize at this stage.

    >
    > You'll see...
    >
    >> Abbotard is in for a tough ride, man.

    >
    > Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.
    >
    > ALL he has to do is wait for July.


    And that's ten months, Tim. A lot can happen during that time. You could be
    even giving birth to a baby by then. :-))

    >
    >> He ain't gona flush the carbon tax that easily.

    >
    > Bet he does.


    I bet even he manages that, he'll be ripping his arse out during the
    process. Ain't gona be as easy as the election, unless Labs ****s things up
    even further, \
    with their in-fighting.

    >
    >> Majority of the senate will demand a simultaneous "ETS bill", in order
    >> to support flushing the carbon tax.

    >
    > The senate doesnít get to decide that. Abbot does.


    He ain't the president of the republic yet(and never will be, of course) to
    decide anything like that.
    Australian public will eventually decide that, when or if they uncover he's
    a dancer.

    >
    >>>>> Wota packa terminal ****wits.

    >
    >>>> That's considered a fundamental necessity in politics.
    >>>> But, I think you'are talking about the newly elected government,
    >>>> right?!

    >
    >>> Even you can't actually be THAT stupid.

    >
    >> Nope. but I thought I might give it a go, 'cos you ain't anywhere near
    >> that smart either.

    >
    >> Turnball is graciously waiting for Abbotard to hit a truck while riding
    >> his bike, so he can step in.

    >
    > He wont, Hockey would replace him.


    Unlikely, 'cos Jockey's string stranded stomach may explode before or soon
    after the delivery of his first budget.
    He's already started putting on all the kilos he's lost from the rope around
    his fat belly.
    Titanic Fat Palmer has a better chance, surviving a such catastrophe.

    >
    >> When that happens,

    >
    > Taint gunna, even if Abbot does get taken by a shark.


    Sometime I dream of that about the Abbotard, but he ain't surfing no more.
    He doesn't wanna end up like Harold's Halt.
    So, I'm sure Australian's aren't that lucky, let alone me.

    >
    >> you may need to start reading a new book, man.

    >
    > Fraid not, child.
    >
    >




  13. #13
    Ext User(Damian) Guest

    Re: ****ing Labor Party


    "SG1" <Lost.it@theraces.com> wrote in message
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    >
    > "Damian" <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote in message
    > news:l14b12$12p$1@dont-email.me...
    >>
    >> "Rod Speed" <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote in message
    >> news:b9lj8kF8u63U1@mid.individual.net...
    >>> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
    >>>
    >>>>> Just watched the two terminal ****wits proclaiming that
    >>>>> they are the best ones to win the next election for Labor.
    >>>
    >>>> It's the democratic process Krudd introduced to elect the party leader.
    >>>
    >>> Yep, yet another terminal stupidity from that terminal ****wit that has
    >>> just single handedly removed any possibility of Labor being electable to
    >>> govt federally for an entire ****ing generation.

    >>
    >> Like you give a shit, eh?!
    >>
    >>>
    >>>> Funny thing is that they still aren't clear about which party members
    >>>> are allowed to vote.
    >>>
    >>> Or even how they vote either.

    >>
    >> Well, they say via postal votes for the selected 'grassroot' members.
    >> I haven't gota clue how they gonna chose those 'grassroot' membos.
    >> I think they are farting around with that.
    >> They should bring Krudd back by pleading him to take over again.
    >> He's their only hope.
    >>

    > That is meant to be a joke right???? Or maybe you have NO sense of
    > humour??
    >


    Nope. I meant it. We ain't seen the last of Krudd yet. Much more to come.
    Joke will be on Abbot when Rudd sticks to his self proclamation of the
    'determined bastard'.
    And the country need a one like that right now. We've had them before,
    bringing in much needed
    change pretty quickly(Whitlam, Keating). Fraser could've been one of them
    too, but he was way too stuck with
    his party needs and suffered the "Nixon syndrome". Now we have Krudd, kinda,
    right on time(I'm not too sure about the timing though).



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    Re: ****ing Labor Party


    "Damian" <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote in message
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    > "SG1" <Lost.it@theraces.com> wrote in message
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    >>
    >> "Damian" <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote in message
    >> news:l14b12$12p$1@dont-email.me...
    >>>
    >>> "Rod Speed" <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote in message
    >>> news:b9lj8kF8u63U1@mid.individual.net...
    >>>> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>>>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
    >>>>
    >>>>>> Just watched the two terminal ****wits proclaiming that
    >>>>>> they are the best ones to win the next election for Labor.
    >>>>
    >>>>> It's the democratic process Krudd introduced to elect the party
    >>>>> leader.
    >>>>
    >>>> Yep, yet another terminal stupidity from that terminal ****wit that has
    >>>> just single handedly removed any possibility of Labor being electable
    >>>> to govt federally for an entire ****ing generation.
    >>>
    >>> Like you give a shit, eh?!
    >>>
    >>>>
    >>>>> Funny thing is that they still aren't clear about which party members
    >>>>> are allowed to vote.
    >>>>
    >>>> Or even how they vote either.
    >>>
    >>> Well, they say via postal votes for the selected 'grassroot' members.
    >>> I haven't gota clue how they gonna chose those 'grassroot' membos.
    >>> I think they are farting around with that.
    >>> They should bring Krudd back by pleading him to take over again.
    >>> He's their only hope.
    >>>

    >> That is meant to be a joke right???? Or maybe you have NO sense of
    >> humour??
    >>

    >
    > Nope. I meant it. We ain't seen the last of Krudd yet. Much more to come.
    > Joke will be on Abbot when Rudd sticks to his self proclamation of the
    > 'determined bastard'.
    > And the country need a one like that right now. We've had them before,
    > bringing in much needed
    > change pretty quickly(Whitlam, Keating).


    Were you actually an adult when Cough Gutless absolutely screwed the
    country. Dropped tariffs, putting 1000s out of work and got the country
    flooded with crap from his commie mates in china. The problem with pollies
    since is that they have not had the guts to stand up to Moscow/Bejing aka
    the UN. Cowtowing and dipping their lids to the great global masters. No I
    can't accept Whitless as the great hero the blind in the alp see him as. I
    won't mention Mr depression we had to have...


    Fraser could've been one of them
    > too, but he was way too stuck with
    > his party needs and suffered the "Nixon syndrome". Now we have Krudd,
    > kinda, right on time(I'm not too sure about the timing though).
    >



  15. #15
    Ext User(Rod Speed) Guest

    Re: ****ing Labor Party

    Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    > Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
    >> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
    >>>> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>>>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote


    >>>>>> Just watched the two terminal ****wits proclaiming that
    >>>>>> they are the best ones to win the next election for Labor.


    >>>>> It's the democratic process Krudd introduced to elect the party
    >>>>> leader.


    >>>> Yep, yet another terminal stupidity from that terminal ****wit that has
    >>>> just single handedly removed any possibility of Labor being electable
    >>>> to govt federally for an entire ****ing generation.


    >>> Like you give a shit, eh?!


    >> Corse I do. The longer they are completely unelectable to govt the
    >> better.


    >> Those clowns have ****ed things up completely in just 6 years.


    > Your previous statement carries different connotations.


    Nope.

    > It's almost like you are sorry Labs are out, and Libs are in.


    Nope, that's just your silly little fantasy.

    > And sounds like you've got some sense come back to you about the Abbotard
    > government.


    Then you need to get those ears tested, BAD.

    The only thing I donít like about Abbot is the terminally
    stupid paid parental leave scheme which is just another
    example of completely stupid middle class welfare that
    collects the taxes, moves it thru the govt system and
    straight back to precisely the same people it was
    collected from in the first place.

    And it remains to be seen if he can even get that thru
    the Senate anyway, so it could very easily just be more
    piss and wind with nothing actually happening at all.

    >>>>> Funny thing is that they still aren't clear about which party members
    >>>>> are allowed to vote.


    >>>> Or even how they vote either.


    >>> Well, they say via postal votes for the selected 'grassroot' members.


    >> Thatís not what the rules say.


    > Then you haven't been there yet.


    Wrong, as always.

    >> Gunna be hilarious of Abbot makes them use the AEC to do it.


    > That doesn't make any sense.


    We'll see...

    > AEC has no legislative obligation on that


    Yet.

    > AFAIK, and Abbotard clearly got no jurisdiction in that matter either.


    Yet.

    >>> I haven't gota clue how they gonna chose those 'grassroot' membos.
    >>> I think they are farting around with that.
    >>> They should bring Krudd back by pleading him to take over again.


    >> Even federal labor aint actually THAT stupid.


    > I keep getting this Deja Vu thing.......any idea why, Tim?!


    Its those vegys you keep pigging out on, child.

    >>> He's their only hope.


    >> If that is true, they really are completely ****ed.


    > Well, that's debatable.


    Nope. We have just seen him completely destroy any
    possibility of federal labor ever being re-elected to govt
    for a generation and if federal labor ever was that stupid
    again, it would be the end of federal labor electorally
    forever because it would be the irrefutable proof that there
    was no one left at all in that pathetic excuse for a party.

    >>>>>> One of them single handedly flushed whatever prospect that Labor ever
    >>>>>> had of being elected to govt where it belonged for an entire ****ing
    >>>>>> generation.


    >>> For a generation, ha?


    >> Thatís what happened the last time they were that stupid.


    > 12 years?!, hardly count as a gen.


    They were out for a lot more than 12
    years the last time were that stupid.

    > Besides, The Coward was well aided with 9/11, George Stupid Bush, mining
    > boom, Costello and Kim Greasely.


    That wasnít the generation I was talking about, child.

    >>> That's your imagination gone way too wild.


    >> We'll see...


    > Only if you stop boozing that deadly toxic home brew


    Nothing deadly about it, its good for your health.

    > and start eating some vegys as I do.


    Not that stupid.

    >>>>> Dunno how that happened!!!


    >>>> By assassinating two PMs in a row.


    >>>>>> They BOTH are so stupid that they want to commit electoral suicide
    >>>>>> all over again by having a double dissolution now.


    >>>>> It's far less dramatic than a dd.


    >>>> Which likely wont happen given that the clowns
    >>>> with the balance of power in the new senate will
    >>>> flush the carbon tax and ETS where it belongs as
    >>>> soon as they get to vote on that.


    >>> Not likely.


    >> Bet they do. They are all on the right of politics
    >> with the greens being flushed where they belong
    >> balance of power wise.


    > It's an overstatement.


    Nope.

    > They only lost few primary votes AFAIK.


    Bullshit.

    > Hanson's still hanging on.


    >>> There are few micro party senators for the first time in the Liz's
    >>> crownland's history. They ain't libs.


    >> They are even less labs.


    > We'll have to wait and see.


    Nope, we've seen, those who haven't wanked themselves
    completely blind over the Dud's leadership prospects.

    > Xeno said something today indicates that he's not totally in disagreement
    > with Abbotards's direct action dance, indicating he may be switching
    > towards modifications to the direct action thing, rather than an ETS,
    > which totally contradicts what he put up on his website, bragging about
    > the need of an ETS.


    Yeah, just another lying politician.

    That one has always been able to work out what side
    his bread is buttered on and even he has noticed to
    is driving the bus now and who has the only possibility
    of delivering the stuff he wants to see, so he doesnít
    give a flying red **** about an ETS that will have no
    effect what so ever on world climate at all.

    > I reckon you can't expect anything more than that from a plumber. He may
    > have some idea to join the Lib government after next July or something.


    Or get a real say on what they get to on the stuff he cares
    about, anyway. He's noticed that he is BY FAR the most
    effective independent in the Senate now and he aint stupid.

    >>> And, even the well known indi, Xeno is in favour of an ETS.


    >> That fool is completely outnumbered by all the rest.


    > He still counts.


    Only because he's much more effective than the others.

    >>> Majority of the senate want some sort of ETS.


    >> Wrong, as always.


    > You have to watch QnA, Xeno now blurrs the difference between ETS and
    > direct action dance. He sounds like as he believes there is a grey area
    > between two.


    Nope, he's just noticed who can deliver the stuff he cares about.

    > I wonder where the hell exactly is that grey area!


    He doesnít care. ALL he cares about now
    is who can deliver the stuff he cares about.

    >>> Something even a dumb blone would recognize at this stage.


    >> You'll see...


    >>> Abbotard is in for a tough ride, man.


    >> Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.


    >> ALL he has to do is wait for July.


    > And that's ten months, Tim.


    He doesnít care. He knows that federal labor is
    out for a generation now. 10 months is nothing.

    > A lot can happen during that time.


    Nope, not now that federal labor has committed
    political suicide three times in a row now.

    > You could be even giving birth to a baby by then. :-))


    Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.

    >>> He ain't gona flush the carbon tax that easily.


    >> Bet he does.


    > I bet even he manages that, he'll be ripping his arse out during the
    > process.


    Nope, all he has to do is wait for July.

    > Ain't gona be as easy as the election,


    Just as easy, do nothing, watch labor suicide, again.

    > unless Labs ****s things up even further,


    They've done that already.

    > with their in-fighting.


    They've done that already.

    Too stupid to end up with just one candidate and no ballot.

    >>> Majority of the senate will demand a simultaneous "ETS bill", in order
    >>> to support flushing the carbon tax.


    >> The senate doesnít get to decide that. Abbot does.


    > He ain't the president of the republic yet


    Doesnít need to be.

    > (and never will be, of course) to decide anything like that.


    He gets to decide what legislation gets put to parliament.

    The Senate doesnít.

    > Australian public will eventually decide that,


    Nope.

    > when or if they uncover he's a dancer.


    They won't even consider it because they have noticed
    how comprehensively labor ****ed up, AGAIN.

    It will take a generation to forget that.

    >>>>>> Wota packa terminal ****wits.


    >>>>> That's considered a fundamental necessity in politics.
    >>>>> But, I think you'are talking about the newly elected government,
    >>>>> right?!


    >>>> Even you can't actually be THAT stupid.


    >>> Nope. but I thought I might give it a go, 'cos you ain't anywhere near
    >>> that smart either.


    >>> Turnball is graciously waiting for Abbotard to hit a truck while riding
    >>> his bike, so he can step in.


    >> He wont, Hockey would replace him.


    > Unlikely, 'cos Jockey's string stranded stomach may explode before or soon
    > after the delivery of his first budget.


    Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.

    > He's already started putting on all the kilos he's lost from the rope
    > around his fat belly.


    Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.

    > Titanic Fat Palmer has a better chance, surviving a such catastrophe.


    >>> When that happens,


    >> Taint gunna, even if Abbot does get taken by a shark.


    > Sometime I dream of that about the Abbotard, but he ain't surfing no more.
    > He doesn't wanna end up like Harold's Halt.
    > So, I'm sure Australian's aren't that lucky, let alone me.


    >>> you may need to start reading a new book, man.


    >> Fraid not, child.




  16. #16
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    Re: ****ing Labor Party


    "SG1" <Lost.it@theraces.com> wrote in message
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    >
    > "Damian" <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote in message
    > news:l176gd$1gi$1@dont-email.me...
    >>
    >> "SG1" <Lost.it@theraces.com> wrote in message
    >> news:52361f58$0$12550$c3e8da3$69010069@news.astraw eb.com...
    >>>
    >>> "Damian" <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote in message
    >>> news:l14b12$12p$1@dont-email.me...
    >>>>
    >>>> "Rod Speed" <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote in message
    >>>> news:b9lj8kF8u63U1@mid.individual.net...
    >>>>> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>>>>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
    >>>>>
    >>>>>>> Just watched the two terminal ****wits proclaiming that
    >>>>>>> they are the best ones to win the next election for Labor.
    >>>>>
    >>>>>> It's the democratic process Krudd introduced to elect the party
    >>>>>> leader.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Yep, yet another terminal stupidity from that terminal ****wit that
    >>>>> has just single handedly removed any possibility of Labor being
    >>>>> electable to govt federally for an entire ****ing generation.
    >>>>
    >>>> Like you give a shit, eh?!
    >>>>
    >>>>>
    >>>>>> Funny thing is that they still aren't clear about which party members
    >>>>>> are allowed to vote.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Or even how they vote either.
    >>>>
    >>>> Well, they say via postal votes for the selected 'grassroot' members.
    >>>> I haven't gota clue how they gonna chose those 'grassroot' membos.
    >>>> I think they are farting around with that.
    >>>> They should bring Krudd back by pleading him to take over again.
    >>>> He's their only hope.
    >>>>
    >>> That is meant to be a joke right???? Or maybe you have NO sense of
    >>> humour??
    >>>

    >>
    >> Nope. I meant it. We ain't seen the last of Krudd yet. Much more to come.
    >> Joke will be on Abbot when Rudd sticks to his self proclamation of the
    >> 'determined bastard'.
    >> And the country need a one like that right now. We've had them before,
    >> bringing in much needed
    >> change pretty quickly(Whitlam, Keating).

    >
    > Were you actually an adult


    No

    >when Cough Gutless absolutely screwed the country. Dropped tariffs, putting
    >1000s out of work and got the country flooded with crap from his commie
    >mates in china. The problem with pollies since is that they have not had
    >the guts to stand up to Moscow/Bejing aka the UN. Cowtowing and dipping
    >their lids to the great global masters. No I can't accept Whitless as the
    >great hero the blind in the alp see him as.


    You seem to have forgotten that he also put the foundation to steer away
    from kowtoming and dippin the lids to the prehistoric monarch.
    Leaders like Whitlam, Keating aren't meant to be around too long as leaders
    as they are visionaries.
    They come quickly and go the same way. With them they leave lasting changes
    towards the right direction
    You simply don't enjoy that direction. That's your prerogative.
    Whether you like it or not, Chinese have been helping to make sure you eat
    throughout the GFC.
    Our lifestyle is partially funded by them.

    > I won't mention Mr depression we had to have...


    The problem was his weakness in not being able to keep his big mouth shut at
    that crucial time.
    That was the time he managed to put both his feet in his mouth.
    Now, look at the Abbotard, he's a master of it, while seriously lacking any
    serious vision at all.
    Someone should invent a time machine and send him back to the mid 19th
    century where he belongs.

    >
    >
    > Fraser could've been one of them
    >> too, but he was way too stuck with
    >> his party needs and suffered the "Nixon syndrome". Now we have Krudd,
    >> kinda, right on time(I'm not too sure about the timing though).
    >>

    >




  17. #17
    Ext User(Damian) Guest

    Re: ****ing Labor Party


    "Rod Speed" <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:b9ph5iF3trnU1@mid.individual.net...
    > Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
    >>> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
    >>>>> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>>>>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote

    >
    >>>>>>> Just watched the two terminal ****wits proclaiming that
    >>>>>>> they are the best ones to win the next election for Labor.

    >
    >>>>>> It's the democratic process Krudd introduced to elect the party
    >>>>>> leader.

    >
    >>>>> Yep, yet another terminal stupidity from that terminal ****wit that
    >>>>> has just single handedly removed any possibility of Labor being
    >>>>> electable to govt federally for an entire ****ing generation.

    >
    >>>> Like you give a shit, eh?!

    >
    >>> Corse I do. The longer they are completely unelectable to govt the
    >>> better.

    >
    >>> Those clowns have ****ed things up completely in just 6 years.

    >
    >> Your previous statement carries different connotations.

    >
    > Nope.
    >
    >> It's almost like you are sorry Labs are out, and Libs are in.

    >
    > Nope, that's just your silly little fantasy.
    >
    >> And sounds like you've got some sense come back to you about the Abbotard
    >> government.

    >
    > Then you need to get those ears tested, BAD.
    >
    > The only thing I donít like about Abbot is the terminally
    > stupid paid parental leave scheme which is just another
    > example of completely stupid middle class welfare that
    > collects the taxes, moves it thru the govt system and
    > straight back to precisely the same people it was
    > collected from in the first place.


    You seem to have forgotten to it's partially funded by company tax.
    And you seem to have forgotten the reason the Abbotard suddenly become a
    'convert' on the PPL is
    his huge unpopularity among women.
    He needed the best selling bullshitting scheme.
    Out came the Abbotard version of PPL.
    It is the best thing that can satisfy the stupid, gullible middle class and
    lower middle class women.
    And also dead wrong about it's simply a middle class welfare.
    Abbotard is giving a minimum of 75K to anybody earing anything above that.
    It is an absolutely clearly a scheme devised to bullshit the idiots.

    >
    > And it remains to be seen if he can even get that thru
    > the Senate anyway, so it could very easily just be more
    > piss and wind with nothing actually happening at all.


    It most certainly will. Even greens support that.
    The public(middle class stupidity) supports that.

    >
    >>>>>> Funny thing is that they still aren't clear about which party members
    >>>>>> are allowed to vote.

    >
    >>>>> Or even how they vote either.

    >
    >>>> Well, they say via postal votes for the selected 'grassroot' members.

    >
    >>> Thatís not what the rules say.

    >
    >> Then you haven't been there yet.

    >
    > Wrong, as always.
    >
    >>> Gunna be hilarious of Abbot makes them use the AEC to do it.

    >
    >> That doesn't make any sense.

    >
    > We'll see...
    >
    >> AEC has no legislative obligation on that

    >
    > Yet.


    I agree. AEC should be involved. So, there won't be any chance of corruption
    and back scratching.

    >
    >> AFAIK, and Abbotard clearly got no jurisdiction in that matter either.

    >
    > Yet.


    He shouldn't have any business in governing opposition matters.

    >
    >>>> I haven't gota clue how they gonna chose those 'grassroot' membos.
    >>>> I think they are farting around with that.
    >>>> They should bring Krudd back by pleading him to take over again.

    >
    >>> Even federal labor aint actually THAT stupid.

    >
    >> I keep getting this Deja Vu thing.......any idea why, Tim?!

    >
    > Its those vegys you keep pigging out on, child.
    >
    >>>> He's their only hope.

    >
    >>> If that is true, they really are completely ****ed.

    >
    >> Well, that's debatable.

    >
    > Nope. We have just seen him completely destroy any
    > possibility of federal labor ever being re-elected to govt
    > for a generation and if federal labor ever was that stupid
    > again, it would be the end of federal labor electorally
    > forever because it would be the irrefutable proof that there
    > was no one left at all in that pathetic excuse for a party.


    You seem to have forgotten again.
    He just managed to help avoid a Labor wipeout in qld and around the country.

    >
    >>>>>>> One of them single handedly flushed whatever prospect that Labor
    >>>>>>> ever had of being elected to govt where it belonged for an entire
    >>>>>>> ****ing generation.

    >
    >>>> For a generation, ha?

    >
    >>> Thatís what happened the last time they were that stupid.

    >
    >> 12 years?!, hardly count as a gen.

    >
    > They were out for a lot more than 12
    > years the last time were that stupid.


    Dunno about the prehistoric times.
    I remember the Coward era pretty well, since I got screwed in the arse in
    broad daylight during that time.

    >
    >> Besides, The Coward was well aided with 9/11, George Stupid Bush, mining
    >> boom, Costello and Kim Greasely.

    >
    > That wasnít the generation I was talking about, child.


    Who gives a rat's poop about what happened 200 years ago?!

    >
    >>>> That's your imagination gone way too wild.

    >
    >>> We'll see...

    >
    >> Only if you stop boozing that deadly toxic home brew

    >
    > Nothing deadly about it, its good for your health.


    That's bullshit.
    It's known fact, home brewing can produce more methanol in the booze,
    effectively doing more damage to your liver+stomach lining.
    Whether you use your chemistry experties to minimize the damage is another
    story.

    >
    >> and start eating some vegys as I do.

    >
    > Not that stupid.
    >
    >>>>>> Dunno how that happened!!!

    >
    >>>>> By assassinating two PMs in a row.

    >
    >>>>>>> They BOTH are so stupid that they want to commit electoral suicide
    >>>>>>> all over again by having a double dissolution now.

    >
    >>>>>> It's far less dramatic than a dd.

    >
    >>>>> Which likely wont happen given that the clowns
    >>>>> with the balance of power in the new senate will
    >>>>> flush the carbon tax and ETS where it belongs as
    >>>>> soon as they get to vote on that.

    >
    >>>> Not likely.

    >
    >>> Bet they do. They are all on the right of politics
    >>> with the greens being flushed where they belong
    >>> balance of power wise.

    >
    >> It's an overstatement.

    >
    > Nope.
    >
    >> They only lost few primary votes AFAIK.

    >
    > Bullshit.
    >
    >> Hanson's still hanging on.

    >
    >>>> There are few micro party senators for the first time in the Liz's
    >>>> crownland's history. They ain't libs.

    >
    >>> They are even less labs.

    >
    >> We'll have to wait and see.

    >
    > Nope, we've seen, those who haven't wanked themselves
    > completely blind over the Dud's leadership prospects.
    >
    >> Xeno said something today indicates that he's not totally in disagreement
    >> with Abbotards's direct action dance, indicating he may be switching
    >> towards modifications to the direct action thing, rather than an ETS,
    >> which totally contradicts what he put up on his website, bragging about
    >> the need of an ETS.

    >
    > Yeah, just another lying politician.
    >
    > That one has always been able to work out what side
    > his bread is buttered on and even he has noticed to
    > is driving the bus now and who has the only possibility
    > of delivering the stuff he wants to see, so he doesnít
    > give a flying red **** about an ETS that will have no
    > effect what so ever on world climate at all.
    >
    >> I reckon you can't expect anything more than that from a plumber. He may
    >> have some idea to join the Lib government after next July or something.

    >
    > Or get a real say on what they get to on the stuff he cares
    > about, anyway. He's noticed that he is BY FAR the most
    > effective independent in the Senate now and he aint stupid.
    >
    >>>> And, even the well known indi, Xeno is in favour of an ETS.

    >
    >>> That fool is completely outnumbered by all the rest.

    >
    >> He still counts.

    >
    > Only because he's much more effective than the others.
    >
    >>>> Majority of the senate want some sort of ETS.

    >
    >>> Wrong, as always.

    >
    >> You have to watch QnA, Xeno now blurrs the difference between ETS and
    >> direct action dance. He sounds like as he believes there is a grey area
    >> between two.

    >
    > Nope, he's just noticed who can deliver the stuff he cares about.
    >
    >> I wonder where the hell exactly is that grey area!

    >
    > He doesnít care. ALL he cares about now
    > is who can deliver the stuff he cares about.
    >
    >>>> Something even a dumb blone would recognize at this stage.

    >
    >>> You'll see...

    >
    >>>> Abbotard is in for a tough ride, man.

    >
    >>> Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.

    >
    >>> ALL he has to do is wait for July.

    >
    >> And that's ten months, Tim.

    >
    > He doesnít care. He knows that federal labor is
    > out for a generation now. 10 months is nothing.
    >
    >> A lot can happen during that time.

    >
    > Nope, not now that federal labor has committed
    > political suicide three times in a row now.
    >
    >> You could be even giving birth to a baby by then. :-))

    >
    > Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.
    >
    >>>> He ain't gona flush the carbon tax that easily.

    >
    >>> Bet he does.

    >
    >> I bet even he manages that, he'll be ripping his arse out during the
    >> process.

    >
    > Nope, all he has to do is wait for July.
    >
    >> Ain't gona be as easy as the election,

    >
    > Just as easy, do nothing, watch labor suicide, again.
    >
    >> unless Labs ****s things up even further,

    >
    > They've done that already.
    >
    >> with their in-fighting.

    >
    > They've done that already.
    >
    > Too stupid to end up with just one candidate and no ballot.
    >
    >>>> Majority of the senate will demand a simultaneous "ETS bill", in order
    >>>> to support flushing the carbon tax.

    >
    >>> The senate doesnít get to decide that. Abbot does.

    >
    >> He ain't the president of the republic yet

    >
    > Doesnít need to be.
    >
    >> (and never will be, of course) to decide anything like that.

    >
    > He gets to decide what legislation gets put to parliament.
    >
    > The Senate doesnít.
    >
    >> Australian public will eventually decide that,

    >
    > Nope.
    >
    >> when or if they uncover he's a dancer.

    >
    > They won't even consider it because they have noticed
    > how comprehensively labor ****ed up, AGAIN.
    >
    > It will take a generation to forget that.
    >
    >>>>>>> Wota packa terminal ****wits.

    >
    >>>>>> That's considered a fundamental necessity in politics.
    >>>>>> But, I think you'are talking about the newly elected government,
    >>>>>> right?!

    >
    >>>>> Even you can't actually be THAT stupid.

    >
    >>>> Nope. but I thought I might give it a go, 'cos you ain't anywhere near
    >>>> that smart either.

    >
    >>>> Turnball is graciously waiting for Abbotard to hit a truck while riding
    >>>> his bike, so he can step in.

    >
    >>> He wont, Hockey would replace him.

    >
    >> Unlikely, 'cos Jockey's string stranded stomach may explode before or
    >> soon after the delivery of his first budget.

    >
    > Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.
    >
    >> He's already started putting on all the kilos he's lost from the rope
    >> around his fat belly.

    >
    > Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.
    >
    >> Titanic Fat Palmer has a better chance, surviving a such catastrophe.

    >
    >>>> When that happens,

    >
    >>> Taint gunna, even if Abbot does get taken by a shark.

    >
    >> Sometime I dream of that about the Abbotard, but he ain't surfing no
    >> more.
    >> He doesn't wanna end up like Harold's Halt.
    >> So, I'm sure Australian's aren't that lucky, let alone me.

    >
    >>>> you may need to start reading a new book, man.

    >
    >>> Fraid not, child.

    >
    >




  18. #18
    Ext User(Rod Speed) Guest

    Re: ****ing Labor Party

    Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    > Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
    >> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
    >>>> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>>>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
    >>>>>> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>>>>>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote


    >>>>>>>> Just watched the two terminal ****wits proclaiming that
    >>>>>>>> they are the best ones to win the next election for Labor.


    >>>>>>> It's the democratic process Krudd introduced to elect the party
    >>>>>>> leader.


    >>>>>> Yep, yet another terminal stupidity from that terminal ****wit that
    >>>>>> has just single handedly removed any possibility of Labor being
    >>>>>> electable to govt federally for an entire ****ing generation.


    >>>>> Like you give a shit, eh?!


    >>>> Corse I do. The longer they are completely unelectable to govt the
    >>>> better.


    >>>> Those clowns have ****ed things up completely in just 6 years.


    >>> Your previous statement carries different connotations.


    >> Nope.


    >>> It's almost like you are sorry Labs are out, and Libs are in.


    >> Nope, that's just your silly little fantasy.


    >>> And sounds like you've got some sense come back to you about the
    >>> Abbotard government.


    >> Then you need to get those ears tested, BAD.


    >> The only thing I donít like about Abbot is the terminally
    >> stupid paid parental leave scheme which is just another
    >> example of completely stupid middle class welfare that
    >> collects the taxes, moves it thru the govt system and
    >> straight back to precisely the same people it was
    >> collected from in the first place.


    > You seem to have forgotten to it's partially funded by company tax.


    Nope. ALL company tax is actually paid by the consumer
    because they just pass what they pay in company tax on
    to whoever buys what they produce and that can only
    ever be the consumer ultimately.

    > And you seem to have forgotten the reason the Abbotard suddenly become a
    > 'convert' on the PPL is his huge unpopularity among women.


    Even sillier.

    > He needed the best selling bullshitting scheme.
    > Out came the Abbotard version of PPL.
    > It is the best thing that can satisfy the stupid, gullible middle class
    > and lower middle class women.
    > And also dead wrong about it's simply a middle class welfare.


    Nope.

    > Abbotard is giving a minimum of 75K to anybody earing anything above that.


    That's the middle class, stupid.

    > It is an absolutely clearly a scheme devised to bullshit the idiots.


    Nope, just more middle class welfare, just like the stupid child
    payments and the stupid school kids bonus your clowns had too.

    >> And it remains to be seen if he can even get that thru
    >> the Senate anyway, so it could very easily just be more
    >> piss and wind with nothing actually happening at all.


    > It most certainly will.


    We'll see.

    > Even greens support that.


    They are completely irrelevant now.

    And Labor doesnít.

    > The public(middle class stupidity) supports that.


    And Labor doesnít, so it may well not get thru Parliament
    just because it is one thing they can oppose.

    >>>>>>> Funny thing is that they still aren't clear about which party
    >>>>>>> members are allowed to vote.


    >>>>>> Or even how they vote either.


    >>>>> Well, they say via postal votes for the selected 'grassroot' members.


    >>>> Thatís not what the rules say.


    >>> Then you haven't been there yet.


    >> Wrong, as always.


    >>>> Gunna be hilarious of Abbot makes them use the AEC to do it.


    >>> That doesn't make any sense.


    >> We'll see...


    >>> AEC has no legislative obligation on that


    >> Yet.


    > I agree. AEC should be involved. So, there won't be any chance of
    > corruption and back scratching.


    And they should be billing the labor party for the cost.

    >>> AFAIK, and Abbotard clearly got no jurisdiction in that matter either.


    >> Yet.


    > He shouldn't have any business in governing opposition matters.


    He does anyway on stuff like that.

    >>>>> I haven't gota clue how they gonna chose those 'grassroot' membos.
    >>>>> I think they are farting around with that.
    >>>>> They should bring Krudd back by pleading him to take over again.


    >>>> Even federal labor aint actually THAT stupid.


    >>> I keep getting this Deja Vu thing.......any idea why, Tim?!


    >> Its those vegys you keep pigging out on, child.


    >>>>> He's their only hope.


    >>>> If that is true, they really are completely ****ed.


    >>> Well, that's debatable.


    >> Nope. We have just seen him completely destroy any
    >> possibility of federal labor ever being re-elected to govt
    >> for a generation and if federal labor ever was that stupid
    >> again, it would be the end of federal labor electorally
    >> forever because it would be the irrefutable proof that there
    >> was no one left at all in that pathetic excuse for a party.


    > You seem to have forgotten again.


    Nope.

    > He just managed to help avoid a Labor wipeout in qld and around the
    > country.


    Bullshit. The Labor wipeout happened
    and was entirely self inflicted too.

    Even Microdick managed to work that out.

    >>>>>>>> One of them single handedly flushed whatever prospect that Labor
    >>>>>>>> ever had of being elected to govt where it belonged for an entire
    >>>>>>>> ****ing generation.


    >>>>> For a generation, ha?


    >>>> Thatís what happened the last time they were that stupid.


    >>> 12 years?!, hardly count as a gen.


    >> They were out for a lot more than 12
    >> years the last time were that stupid.


    > Dunno about the prehistoric times.


    Or about anything else at all, either.

    > I remember the Coward era pretty well, since I got screwed in the arse in
    > broad daylight during that time.


    And are about to be again, you watch.

    >>> Besides, The Coward was well aided with 9/11, George Stupid Bush, mining
    >>> boom, Costello and Kim Greasely.


    >> That wasnít the generation I was talking about, child.


    > Who gives a rat's poop about what happened 200 years ago?!


    Anyone who cares what happens to federal labor, that's who.

    >>>>> That's your imagination gone way too wild.


    >>>> We'll see...


    >>> Only if you stop boozing that deadly toxic home brew


    >> Nothing deadly about it, its good for your health.


    > That's bullshit.


    Itís a fact.

    > It's known fact, home brewing can produce more methanol in the booze,


    That is a bare faced lie with beer.

    > effectively doing more damage to your liver+stomach lining.


    Utterly mangled all over again.

    > Whether you use your chemistry experties to minimize the damage is another
    > story.


    Its completely trivial to avoid it entirely
    and get the real health benefits that come
    with moderate alcohol consumption.

    >>> and start eating some vegys as I do.


    >> Not that stupid.


    >>>>>>> Dunno how that happened!!!


    >>>>>> By assassinating two PMs in a row.


    >>>>>>>> They BOTH are so stupid that they want to commit electoral suicide
    >>>>>>>> all over again by having a double dissolution now.


    >>>>>>> It's far less dramatic than a dd.


    >>>>>> Which likely wont happen given that the clowns
    >>>>>> with the balance of power in the new senate will
    >>>>>> flush the carbon tax and ETS where it belongs as
    >>>>>> soon as they get to vote on that.


    >>>>> Not likely.


    >>>> Bet they do. They are all on the right of politics
    >>>> with the greens being flushed where they belong
    >>>> balance of power wise.


    >>> It's an overstatement.


    >> Nope.


    >>> They only lost few primary votes AFAIK.


    >> Bullshit.


    >>> Hanson's still hanging on.


    >>>>> There are few micro party senators for the first time in the Liz's
    >>>>> crownland's history. They ain't libs.


    >>>> They are even less labs.


    >>> We'll have to wait and see.


    >> Nope, we've seen, those who haven't wanked themselves
    >> completely blind over the Dud's leadership prospects.


    >>> Xeno said something today indicates that he's not totally in
    >>> disagreement with Abbotards's direct action dance, indicating he may be
    >>> switching towards modifications to the direct action thing, rather than
    >>> an ETS, which totally contradicts what he put up on his website,
    >>> bragging about the need of an ETS.


    >> Yeah, just another lying politician.


    >> That one has always been able to work out what side
    >> his bread is buttered on and even he has noticed to
    >> is driving the bus now and who has the only possibility
    >> of delivering the stuff he wants to see, so he doesnít
    >> give a flying red **** about an ETS that will have no
    >> effect what so ever on world climate at all.


    >>> I reckon you can't expect anything more than that from a plumber. He may
    >>> have some idea to join the Lib government after next July or something.


    >> Or get a real say on what they get to on the stuff he cares
    >> about, anyway. He's noticed that he is BY FAR the most
    >> effective independent in the Senate now and he aint stupid.


    >>>>> And, even the well known indi, Xeno is in favour of an ETS.


    >>>> That fool is completely outnumbered by all the rest.


    >>> He still counts.


    >> Only because he's much more effective than the others.


    >>>>> Majority of the senate want some sort of ETS.


    >>>> Wrong, as always.


    >>> You have to watch QnA, Xeno now blurrs the difference between ETS and
    >>> direct action dance. He sounds like as he believes there is a grey area
    >>> between two.


    >> Nope, he's just noticed who can deliver the stuff he cares about.


    >>> I wonder where the hell exactly is that grey area!


    >> He doesnít care. ALL he cares about now
    >> is who can deliver the stuff he cares about.


    >>>>> Something even a dumb blone would recognize at this stage.


    >>>> You'll see...


    >>>>> Abbotard is in for a tough ride, man.


    >>>> Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.


    >>>> ALL he has to do is wait for July.


    >>> And that's ten months, Tim.


    >> He doesnít care. He knows that federal labor is
    >> out for a generation now. 10 months is nothing.


    >>> A lot can happen during that time.


    >> Nope, not now that federal labor has committed
    >> political suicide three times in a row now.


    >>> You could be even giving birth to a baby by then. :-))


    >> Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.


    >>>>> He ain't gona flush the carbon tax that easily.


    >>>> Bet he does.


    >>> I bet even he manages that, he'll be ripping his arse out during the
    >>> process.


    >> Nope, all he has to do is wait for July.


    >>> Ain't gona be as easy as the election,


    >> Just as easy, do nothing, watch labor suicide, again.


    >>> unless Labs ****s things up even further,


    >> They've done that already.


    >>> with their in-fighting.


    >> They've done that already.


    >> Too stupid to end up with just one candidate and no ballot.


    >>>>> Majority of the senate will demand a simultaneous "ETS bill", in
    >>>>> order to support flushing the carbon tax.


    >>>> The senate doesnít get to decide that. Abbot does.


    >>> He ain't the president of the republic yet


    >> Doesnít need to be.


    >>> (and never will be, of course) to decide anything like that.


    >> He gets to decide what legislation gets put to parliament.


    >> The Senate doesnít.


    >>> Australian public will eventually decide that,


    >> Nope.


    >>> when or if they uncover he's a dancer.


    >> They won't even consider it because they have noticed
    >> how comprehensively labor ****ed up, AGAIN.


    >> It will take a generation to forget that.


    >>>>>>>> Wota packa terminal ****wits.


    >>>>>>> That's considered a fundamental necessity in politics.
    >>>>>>> But, I think you'are talking about the newly elected government,
    >>>>>>> right?!


    >>>>>> Even you can't actually be THAT stupid.


    >>>>> Nope. but I thought I might give it a go, 'cos you ain't anywhere near
    >>>>> that smart either.


    >>>>> Turnball is graciously waiting for Abbotard to hit a truck while
    >>>>> riding his bike, so he can step in.


    >>>> He wont, Hockey would replace him.


    >>> Unlikely, 'cos Jockey's string stranded stomach may explode before or
    >>> soon after the delivery of his first budget.


    >> Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.


    >>> He's already started putting on all the kilos he's lost from the rope
    >>> around his fat belly.


    >> Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.


    >>> Titanic Fat Palmer has a better chance, surviving a such catastrophe.


    >>>>> When that happens,


    >>>> Taint gunna, even if Abbot does get taken by a shark.


    >>> Sometime I dream of that about the Abbotard, but he ain't surfing no
    >>> more.
    >>> He doesn't wanna end up like Harold's Halt.
    >>> So, I'm sure Australian's aren't that lucky, let alone me.


    >>>>> you may need to start reading a new book, man.


    >>>> Fraid not, child.




  19. #19
    Ext User(Damian) Guest

    Re: ****ing Labor Party


    "Rod Speed" <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:b9q0r1F6mo3U1@mid.individual.net...
    > Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
    >>> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
    >>>>> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>>>>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
    >>>>>>> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>>>>>>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote

    >
    >>>>>>>>> Just watched the two terminal ****wits proclaiming that
    >>>>>>>>> they are the best ones to win the next election for Labor.

    >
    >>>>>>>> It's the democratic process Krudd introduced to elect the party
    >>>>>>>> leader.

    >
    >>>>>>> Yep, yet another terminal stupidity from that terminal ****wit that
    >>>>>>> has just single handedly removed any possibility of Labor being
    >>>>>>> electable to govt federally for an entire ****ing generation.

    >
    >>>>>> Like you give a shit, eh?!

    >
    >>>>> Corse I do. The longer they are completely unelectable to govt the
    >>>>> better.

    >
    >>>>> Those clowns have ****ed things up completely in just 6 years.

    >
    >>>> Your previous statement carries different connotations.

    >
    >>> Nope.

    >
    >>>> It's almost like you are sorry Labs are out, and Libs are in.

    >
    >>> Nope, that's just your silly little fantasy.

    >
    >>>> And sounds like you've got some sense come back to you about the
    >>>> Abbotard government.

    >
    >>> Then you need to get those ears tested, BAD.

    >
    >>> The only thing I donít like about Abbot is the terminally
    >>> stupid paid parental leave scheme which is just another
    >>> example of completely stupid middle class welfare that
    >>> collects the taxes, moves it thru the govt system and
    >>> straight back to precisely the same people it was
    >>> collected from in the first place.

    >
    >> You seem to have forgotten to it's partially funded by company tax.

    >
    > Nope. ALL company tax is actually paid by the consumer
    > because they just pass what they pay in company tax on
    > to whoever buys what they produce and that can only
    > ever be the consumer ultimately.


    It is true in the broader sense.
    There's no legislation to prevent large companies from adding the tax to
    their cost.
    I see the supermarket grocery price tags have gone up already.
    They don't wanna wait for the scheme to start.

    >
    >> And you seem to have forgotten the reason the Abbotard suddenly become a
    >> 'convert' on the PPL is his huge unpopularity among women.

    >
    > Even sillier.
    >
    >> He needed the best selling bullshitting scheme.
    >> Out came the Abbotard version of PPL.
    >> It is the best thing that can satisfy the stupid, gullible middle class
    >> and lower middle class women.
    >> And also dead wrong about it's simply a middle class welfare.

    >
    > Nope.


    Yep.

    >
    >> Abbotard is giving a minimum of 75K to anybody earing anything above
    >> that.

    >
    > That's the middle class, stupid.


    People on 500k, 1 million, etc aren't middle class stupid.

    >
    >> It is an absolutely clearly a scheme devised to bullshit the idiots.

    >
    > Nope, just more middle class welfare, just like the stupid child
    > payments and the stupid school kids bonus your clowns had too.


    They need it stupid. They can't afford to loaf and vegy like you do.
    Your silly arse is alive and eating thanks to the systems they introduced.
    Otherwise everybody in the middle class and below would be at each other's
    throats.
    I bet you're loafing and vegging, using your super+welfare, which was
    introduced by your enemy.

    >
    >>> And it remains to be seen if he can even get that thru
    >>> the Senate anyway, so it could very easily just be more
    >>> piss and wind with nothing actually happening at all.

    >
    >> It most certainly will.

    >
    > We'll see.
    >
    >> Even greens support that.

    >
    > They are completely irrelevant now.


    Bullshit they are. The senate's still got enough of them.

    >
    > And Labor doesnít.


    I think they will, unless they are terminally stupid & dreaming of staying
    in opposition for a generation.
    But, they most certainly won't accept it as it is and will ask to modify it
    for high income earners.

    >
    >> The public(middle class stupidity) supports that.

    >
    > And Labor doesnít, so it may well not get thru Parliament
    > just because it is one thing they can oppose.


    That's crap. It's one thing they can't afford to oppose, unless they wanna
    castrate the Labor forever.
    Libs gained many voters on that policy, Labs would be stupid to ignore that.

    >
    >>>>>>>> Funny thing is that they still aren't clear about which party
    >>>>>>>> members are allowed to vote.

    >
    >>>>>>> Or even how they vote either.

    >
    >>>>>> Well, they say via postal votes for the selected 'grassroot' members.

    >
    >>>>> Thatís not what the rules say.

    >
    >>>> Then you haven't been there yet.

    >
    >>> Wrong, as always.

    >
    >>>>> Gunna be hilarious of Abbot makes them use the AEC to do it.

    >
    >>>> That doesn't make any sense.

    >
    >>> We'll see...

    >
    >>>> AEC has no legislative obligation on that

    >
    >>> Yet.

    >
    >> I agree. AEC should be involved. So, there won't be any chance of
    >> corruption and back scratching.

    >
    > And they should be billing the labor party for the cost.
    >
    >>>> AFAIK, and Abbotard clearly got no jurisdiction in that matter either.

    >
    >>> Yet.

    >
    >> He shouldn't have any business in governing opposition matters.

    >
    > He does anyway on stuff like that.


    Bullshit.
    He's got no business in that and he's got better things to do with his time
    anyway.

    >
    >>>>>> I haven't gota clue how they gonna chose those 'grassroot' membos.
    >>>>>> I think they are farting around with that.
    >>>>>> They should bring Krudd back by pleading him to take over again.

    >
    >>>>> Even federal labor aint actually THAT stupid.

    >
    >>>> I keep getting this Deja Vu thing.......any idea why, Tim?!

    >
    >>> Its those vegys you keep pigging out on, child.

    >
    >>>>>> He's their only hope.

    >
    >>>>> If that is true, they really are completely ****ed.

    >
    >>>> Well, that's debatable.

    >
    >>> Nope. We have just seen him completely destroy any
    >>> possibility of federal labor ever being re-elected to govt
    >>> for a generation and if federal labor ever was that stupid
    >>> again, it would be the end of federal labor electorally
    >>> forever because it would be the irrefutable proof that there
    >>> was no one left at all in that pathetic excuse for a party.

    >
    >> You seem to have forgotten again.

    >
    > Nope.
    >
    >> He just managed to help avoid a Labor wipeout in qld and around the
    >> country.

    >
    > Bullshit. The Labor wipeout happened
    > and was entirely self inflicted too.
    >
    > Even Microdick managed to work that out.
    >
    >>>>>>>>> One of them single handedly flushed whatever prospect that Labor
    >>>>>>>>> ever had of being elected to govt where it belonged for an entire
    >>>>>>>>> ****ing generation.

    >
    >>>>>> For a generation, ha?

    >
    >>>>> Thatís what happened the last time they were that stupid.

    >
    >>>> 12 years?!, hardly count as a gen.

    >
    >>> They were out for a lot more than 12
    >>> years the last time were that stupid.

    >
    >> Dunno about the prehistoric times.

    >
    > Or about anything else at all, either.
    >
    >> I remember the Coward era pretty well, since I got screwed in the arse in
    >> broad daylight during that time.

    >
    > And are about to be again, you watch.
    >
    >>>> Besides, The Coward was well aided with 9/11, George Stupid Bush,
    >>>> mining boom, Costello and Kim Greasely.

    >
    >>> That wasnít the generation I was talking about, child.

    >
    >> Who gives a rat's poop about what happened 200 years ago?!

    >
    > Anyone who cares what happens to federal labor, that's who.


    I do. That's why I don't give chicken poop about early federation times.
    They all were racist vultures back then. And that's your times old fella.
    That time is irrelevant, and so are you.

    >
    >>>>>> That's your imagination gone way too wild.

    >
    >>>>> We'll see...

    >
    >>>> Only if you stop boozing that deadly toxic home brew

    >
    >>> Nothing deadly about it, its good for your health.

    >
    >> That's bullshit.

    >
    > Itís a fact.
    >
    >> It's known fact, home brewing can produce more methanol in the booze,

    >
    > That is a bare faced lie with beer.


    How do you explain your shitty physical health then?

    >
    >> effectively doing more damage to your liver+stomach lining.

    >
    > Utterly mangled all over again.


    Utterly factualized once for all.

    >
    >> Whether you use your chemistry experties to minimize the damage is
    >> another story.

    >
    > Its completely trivial to avoid it entirely
    > and get the real health benefits that come
    > with moderate alcohol consumption.


    There's no such animal.
    Every drop of alcohol is bad. The same way smoking is.
    It's our bodies innate ability to recover that keeps us going.
    That's why we all drink, knowing our body can be forgiving when consumed in
    moderation.
    There's no such animal as health benefit(excluded medical applications)
    That's bullshit invented by bum alcoholics who's got nothing else to do
    other than wanking and boozing.

    I find women are healthier for men, than booze, if consumed in moderation.
    Excessive wanking ain't.

    >
    >>>> and start eating some vegys as I do.

    >
    >>> Not that stupid.

    >
    >>>>>>>> Dunno how that happened!!!

    >
    >>>>>>> By assassinating two PMs in a row.

    >
    >>>>>>>>> They BOTH are so stupid that they want to commit electoral suicide
    >>>>>>>>> all over again by having a double dissolution now.

    >
    >>>>>>>> It's far less dramatic than a dd.

    >
    >>>>>>> Which likely wont happen given that the clowns
    >>>>>>> with the balance of power in the new senate will
    >>>>>>> flush the carbon tax and ETS where it belongs as
    >>>>>>> soon as they get to vote on that.

    >
    >>>>>> Not likely.

    >
    >>>>> Bet they do. They are all on the right of politics
    >>>>> with the greens being flushed where they belong
    >>>>> balance of power wise.

    >
    >>>> It's an overstatement.

    >
    >>> Nope.

    >
    >>>> They only lost few primary votes AFAIK.

    >
    >>> Bullshit.

    >
    >>>> Hanson's still hanging on.

    >
    >>>>>> There are few micro party senators for the first time in the Liz's
    >>>>>> crownland's history. They ain't libs.

    >
    >>>>> They are even less labs.

    >
    >>>> We'll have to wait and see.

    >
    >>> Nope, we've seen, those who haven't wanked themselves
    >>> completely blind over the Dud's leadership prospects.

    >
    >>>> Xeno said something today indicates that he's not totally in
    >>>> disagreement with Abbotards's direct action dance, indicating he may be
    >>>> switching towards modifications to the direct action thing, rather than
    >>>> an ETS, which totally contradicts what he put up on his website,
    >>>> bragging about the need of an ETS.

    >
    >>> Yeah, just another lying politician.

    >
    >>> That one has always been able to work out what side
    >>> his bread is buttered on and even he has noticed to
    >>> is driving the bus now and who has the only possibility
    >>> of delivering the stuff he wants to see, so he doesnít
    >>> give a flying red **** about an ETS that will have no
    >>> effect what so ever on world climate at all.

    >
    >>>> I reckon you can't expect anything more than that from a plumber. He
    >>>> may have some idea to join the Lib government after next July or
    >>>> something.

    >
    >>> Or get a real say on what they get to on the stuff he cares
    >>> about, anyway. He's noticed that he is BY FAR the most
    >>> effective independent in the Senate now and he aint stupid.

    >
    >>>>>> And, even the well known indi, Xeno is in favour of an ETS.

    >
    >>>>> That fool is completely outnumbered by all the rest.

    >
    >>>> He still counts.

    >
    >>> Only because he's much more effective than the others.

    >
    >>>>>> Majority of the senate want some sort of ETS.

    >
    >>>>> Wrong, as always.

    >
    >>>> You have to watch QnA, Xeno now blurrs the difference between ETS and
    >>>> direct action dance. He sounds like as he believes there is a grey area
    >>>> between two.

    >
    >>> Nope, he's just noticed who can deliver the stuff he cares about.

    >
    >>>> I wonder where the hell exactly is that grey area!

    >
    >>> He doesnít care. ALL he cares about now
    >>> is who can deliver the stuff he cares about.

    >
    >>>>>> Something even a dumb blone would recognize at this stage.

    >
    >>>>> You'll see...

    >
    >>>>>> Abbotard is in for a tough ride, man.

    >
    >>>>> Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.

    >
    >>>>> ALL he has to do is wait for July.

    >
    >>>> And that's ten months, Tim.

    >
    >>> He doesnít care. He knows that federal labor is
    >>> out for a generation now. 10 months is nothing.

    >
    >>>> A lot can happen during that time.

    >
    >>> Nope, not now that federal labor has committed
    >>> political suicide three times in a row now.

    >
    >>>> You could be even giving birth to a baby by then. :-))

    >
    >>> Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.

    >
    >>>>>> He ain't gona flush the carbon tax that easily.

    >
    >>>>> Bet he does.

    >
    >>>> I bet even he manages that, he'll be ripping his arse out during the
    >>>> process.

    >
    >>> Nope, all he has to do is wait for July.

    >
    >>>> Ain't gona be as easy as the election,

    >
    >>> Just as easy, do nothing, watch labor suicide, again.

    >
    >>>> unless Labs ****s things up even further,

    >
    >>> They've done that already.

    >
    >>>> with their in-fighting.

    >
    >>> They've done that already.

    >
    >>> Too stupid to end up with just one candidate and no ballot.

    >
    >>>>>> Majority of the senate will demand a simultaneous "ETS bill", in
    >>>>>> order to support flushing the carbon tax.

    >
    >>>>> The senate doesnít get to decide that. Abbot does.

    >
    >>>> He ain't the president of the republic yet

    >
    >>> Doesnít need to be.

    >
    >>>> (and never will be, of course) to decide anything like that.

    >
    >>> He gets to decide what legislation gets put to parliament.

    >
    >>> The Senate doesnít.

    >
    >>>> Australian public will eventually decide that,

    >
    >>> Nope.

    >
    >>>> when or if they uncover he's a dancer.

    >
    >>> They won't even consider it because they have noticed
    >>> how comprehensively labor ****ed up, AGAIN.

    >
    >>> It will take a generation to forget that.

    >
    >>>>>>>>> Wota packa terminal ****wits.

    >
    >>>>>>>> That's considered a fundamental necessity in politics.
    >>>>>>>> But, I think you'are talking about the newly elected government,
    >>>>>>>> right?!

    >
    >>>>>>> Even you can't actually be THAT stupid.

    >
    >>>>>> Nope. but I thought I might give it a go, 'cos you ain't anywhere
    >>>>>> near that smart either.

    >
    >>>>>> Turnball is graciously waiting for Abbotard to hit a truck while
    >>>>>> riding his bike, so he can step in.

    >
    >>>>> He wont, Hockey would replace him.

    >
    >>>> Unlikely, 'cos Jockey's string stranded stomach may explode before or
    >>>> soon after the delivery of his first budget.

    >
    >>> Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.

    >
    >>>> He's already started putting on all the kilos he's lost from the rope
    >>>> around his fat belly.

    >
    >>> Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.

    >
    >>>> Titanic Fat Palmer has a better chance, surviving a such catastrophe.

    >
    >>>>>> When that happens,

    >
    >>>>> Taint gunna, even if Abbot does get taken by a shark.

    >
    >>>> Sometime I dream of that about the Abbotard, but he ain't surfing no
    >>>> more.
    >>>> He doesn't wanna end up like Harold's Halt.
    >>>> So, I'm sure Australian's aren't that lucky, let alone me.

    >
    >>>>>> you may need to start reading a new book, man.

    >
    >>>>> Fraid not, child.

    >
    >




  20. #20
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    Re: ****ing Labor Party

    Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    > Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
    >> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
    >>>> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>>>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
    >>>>>> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>>>>>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
    >>>>>>>> Damian <damian_andrews75@yahoo.com.au> wrote
    >>>>>>>>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote


    >>>>>>>>>> Just watched the two terminal ****wits proclaiming that
    >>>>>>>>>> they are the best ones to win the next election for Labor.


    >>>>>>>>> It's the democratic process Krudd introduced to elect the party
    >>>>>>>>> leader.


    >>>>>>>> Yep, yet another terminal stupidity from that terminal ****wit that
    >>>>>>>> has just single handedly removed any possibility of Labor being
    >>>>>>>> electable to govt federally for an entire ****ing generation.


    >>>>>>> Like you give a shit, eh?!


    >>>>>> Corse I do. The longer they are completely unelectable to govt the
    >>>>>> better.


    >>>>>> Those clowns have ****ed things up completely in just 6 years.


    >>>>> Your previous statement carries different connotations.


    >>>> Nope.


    >>>>> It's almost like you are sorry Labs are out, and Libs are in.


    >>>> Nope, that's just your silly little fantasy.


    >>>>> And sounds like you've got some sense come back to you about the
    >>>>> Abbotard government.


    >>>> Then you need to get those ears tested, BAD.


    >>>> The only thing I donít like about Abbot is the terminally
    >>>> stupid paid parental leave scheme which is just another
    >>>> example of completely stupid middle class welfare that
    >>>> collects the taxes, moves it thru the govt system and
    >>>> straight back to precisely the same people it was
    >>>> collected from in the first place.


    >>> You seem to have forgotten to it's partially funded by company tax.


    >> Nope. ALL company tax is actually paid by the consumer
    >> because they just pass what they pay in company tax on
    >> to whoever buys what they produce and that can only
    >> ever be the consumer ultimately.


    > It is true in the broader sense.


    Itís the only sense that matters, who the money comes from.

    Its completely insane to be collecting billions, moving it thru the govt
    system
    and straight back the same people it was collected from in the first place.

    > There's no legislation to prevent large companies from adding the tax to
    > their cost.


    And nothing else is even possible, so there can't ever be.

    > I see the supermarket grocery price tags have gone up already.


    Pigs arse they have.

    > They don't wanna wait for the scheme to start.


    >>> And you seem to have forgotten the reason the Abbotard suddenly become a
    >>> 'convert' on the PPL is his huge unpopularity among women.


    >> Even sillier.


    >>> He needed the best selling bullshitting scheme.
    >>> Out came the Abbotard version of PPL.
    >>> It is the best thing that can satisfy the stupid, gullible middle class
    >>> and lower middle class women.
    >>> And also dead wrong about it's simply a middle class welfare.


    >> Nope.


    > Yep.


    Nope.

    >>> Abbotard is giving a minimum of 75K to anybody earing anything above
    >>> that.


    >> That's the middle class, stupid.


    > People on 500k, 1 million, etc aren't middle class stupid.


    Those won't be getting the baby bonus, stupid.

    They are WAY past pumping out brats.

    >>> It is an absolutely clearly a scheme devised to bullshit the idiots.


    >> Nope, just more middle class welfare, just like the stupid child
    >> payments and the stupid school kids bonus your clowns had too.


    > They need it stupid.


    Its collected from them, ****wit.

    > They can't afford to loaf and vegy like you do.


    I can afford to do that because I had enough of a clue to get qualified
    to get paid a hell of a lot better than you are, and because I had enough
    of a clue to save and invest and build my own house from scratch etc etc
    etc.

    > Your silly arse is alive and eating thanks to the systems they introduced.


    Wrong, as always. Haven't even had a cent of welfare at all, ever.

    > Otherwise everybody in the middle class and below would be at each other's
    > throats.


    Not a ****ing clue, as always.

    > I bet you're loafing and vegging, using your super+welfare,


    Never ever had a cent of welfare, ever.

    > which was introduced by your enemy.


    Another bare faced pig ignorant lie.

    >>>> And it remains to be seen if he can even get that thru
    >>>> the Senate anyway, so it could very easily just be more
    >>>> piss and wind with nothing actually happening at all.


    >>> It most certainly will.


    >> We'll see.


    >>> Even greens support that.


    >> They are completely irrelevant now.


    > Bullshit they are. The senate's still got enough of them.


    They will be completely irrelevant in the Senate post July
    and are completely irrelevant in the HoR right now, because
    Bandt is completely irrelevant now that so may of your fools
    have been flushed where they belong by the voters.

    >> And Labor doesnít.


    > I think they will,


    They have already said they won't.

    > unless they are terminally stupid


    They always have been, nothing needs to change on that.

    > & dreaming of staying in opposition for a generation.


    Doesnít matter what they dream, they will do that anyway.

    > But, they most certainly won't accept it as it is and will ask to modify
    > it for high income earners.


    And Abbot won't be stupid enough to
    do that and so they will oppose that.

    >>> The public(middle class stupidity) supports that.


    >> And Labor doesnít, so it may well not get thru Parliament
    >> just because it is one thing they can oppose.


    > That's crap. It's one thing they can't afford to oppose, unless they wanna
    > castrate the Labor forever.


    They keep doing that with everything else like the carbon
    tax and the mindless back stabbing they are STILL doing
    even now they have been flushed where they belong.

    > Libs gained many voters on that policy,


    Pigs arse they did. There aint that many earning
    those higher incomes that would ever have been
    stupid enough to vote for Labor before that.

    > Labs would be stupid to ignore that.


    They will, you watch.

    >>>>>>>>> Funny thing is that they still aren't clear about which party
    >>>>>>>>> members are allowed to vote.


    >>>>>>>> Or even how they vote either.


    >>>>>>> Well, they say via postal votes for the selected 'grassroot'
    >>>>>>> members.


    >>>>>> Thatís not what the rules say.


    >>>>> Then you haven't been there yet.


    >>>> Wrong, as always.


    >>>>>> Gunna be hilarious if Abbot makes them use the AEC to do it.


    >>>>> That doesn't make any sense.


    >>>> We'll see...


    >>>>> AEC has no legislative obligation on that


    >>>> Yet.


    >>> I agree. AEC should be involved. So, there won't be any chance of
    >>> corruption and back scratching.


    >> And they should be billing the labor party for the cost.


    >>>>> AFAIK, and Abbotard clearly got no jurisdiction in that matter either.


    >>>> Yet.


    >>> He shouldn't have any business in governing opposition matters.


    >> He does anyway on stuff like that.


    > Bullshit.


    Fact.

    > He's got no business in that


    He does anyway on stuff like that.

    > and he's got better things to do with his time anyway.


    Nope. It makes sense to **** that system over.

    >>>>>>> I haven't gota clue how they gonna chose those 'grassroot' membos.
    >>>>>>> I think they are farting around with that.
    >>>>>>> They should bring Krudd back by pleading him to take over again.


    >>>>>> Even federal labor aint actually THAT stupid.


    >>>>> I keep getting this Deja Vu thing.......any idea why, Tim?!


    >>>> Its those vegys you keep pigging out on, child.


    >>>>>>> He's their only hope.


    >>>>>> If that is true, they really are completely ****ed.


    >>>>> Well, that's debatable.

    >>
    >>>> Nope. We have just seen him completely destroy any
    >>>> possibility of federal labor ever being re-elected to govt
    >>>> for a generation and if federal labor ever was that stupid
    >>>> again, it would be the end of federal labor electorally
    >>>> forever because it would be the irrefutable proof that there
    >>>> was no one left at all in that pathetic excuse for a party.


    Its certainly possible that federal labor might well keep losing
    election after election for a generation and eventually some
    terminal ****wit like the assassin proclaims that the Dud was
    the only one who had ever managed to get federal labor
    elected to govt for a generation and actually be stupid
    enough to forget what the voters had to say once they did
    see the Dud in action, and decide to give him another go.

    If federal labor is actually that stupid, the voters will make
    it very clear indeed what they think of the Dud again and
    federal labor will have proven that its unelectable to govt
    forever.

    >>> You seem to have forgotten again.


    >> Nope.


    >>> He just managed to help avoid a Labor wipeout in qld and around the
    >>> country.


    >> Bullshit. The Labor wipeout happened
    >> and was entirely self inflicted too.


    >> Even Microdick managed to work that out.


    >>>>>>>>>> One of them single handedly flushed whatever prospect that Labor
    >>>>>>>>>> ever had of being elected to govt where it belonged for an entire
    >>>>>>>>>> ****ing generation.


    >>>>>>> For a generation, ha?


    >>>>>> Thatís what happened the last time they were that stupid.


    >>>>> 12 years?!, hardly count as a gen.


    >>>> They were out for a lot more than 12
    >>>> years the last time were that stupid.


    >>> Dunno about the prehistoric times.


    >> Or about anything else at all, either.


    >>> I remember the Coward era pretty well, since I got screwed in the arse
    >>> in broad daylight during that time.


    >> And are about to be again, you watch.


    >>>>> Besides, The Coward was well aided with 9/11, George Stupid Bush,
    >>>>> mining boom, Costello and Kim Greasely.


    >>>> That wasnít the generation I was talking about, child.


    >>> Who gives a rat's poop about what happened 200 years ago?!


    >> Anyone who cares what happens to federal labor, that's who.


    > I do. That's why I don't give chicken poop about early federation times.


    Post war aint early federation times, child.

    > They all were racist vultures back then.


    Irrelevant to how federal labor destroyed whatever
    possibility it ever had of being electable to govt for
    a full generation.

    >>>>>>> That's your imagination gone way too wild.


    >>>>>> We'll see...


    >>>>> Only if you stop boozing that deadly toxic home brew


    >>>> Nothing deadly about it, its good for your health.


    >>> That's bullshit.


    >> Itís a fact.


    >>> It's known fact, home brewing can produce more methanol in the booze,


    >> That is a bare faced lie with beer.


    > How do you explain your shitty physical health then?


    Leaves yours for dead, child.

    Leaves everyone else I knows for dead too.

    >>> effectively doing more damage to your liver+stomach lining.


    >> Utterly mangled all over again.


    > Utterly factualized once for all.


    Bullshit.

    >>> Whether you use your chemistry experties to minimize the damage is
    >>> another story.


    >> Its completely trivial to avoid it entirely
    >> and get the real health benefits that come
    >> with moderate alcohol consumption.


    > There's no such animal.


    Bullshit.

    > Every drop of alcohol is bad.


    Bullshit. Moderate alcohol consumption is good for your health.

    > The same way smoking is.


    Nothing even remotely like what happens with smoking.

    > It's our bodies innate ability to recover that keeps us going.


    Wrong, as always.

    > That's why we all drink, knowing our body can be forgiving when consumed
    > in moderation.


    Wrong, as always.

    > There's no such animal as health benefit(excluded medical applications)


    Wrong, as always.

    > That's bullshit invented by bum alcoholics who's got nothing else to do
    > other than wanking and boozing.


    Its what has been established using rigorous science.

    > I find


    You CLAIM, a different matter entirely.

    > women are healthier for men, than booze, if consumed in moderation.


    No reason you can't do both, child.

    > Excessive wanking ain't.


    You'd be the expert on that.

    >>>>> and start eating some vegys as I do.


    >>>> Not that stupid.


    >>>>>>>>> Dunno how that happened!!!


    >>>>>>>> By assassinating two PMs in a row.


    >>>>>>>>>> They BOTH are so stupid that they want to commit electoral
    >>>>>>>>>> suicide all over again by having a double dissolution now.


    >>>>>>>>> It's far less dramatic than a dd.


    >>>>>>>> Which likely wont happen given that the clowns
    >>>>>>>> with the balance of power in the new senate will
    >>>>>>>> flush the carbon tax and ETS where it belongs as
    >>>>>>>> soon as they get to vote on that.


    >>>>>>> Not likely.


    >>>>>> Bet they do. They are all on the right of politics
    >>>>>> with the greens being flushed where they belong
    >>>>>> balance of power wise.


    >>>>> It's an overstatement.


    >>>> Nope.


    >>>>> They only lost few primary votes AFAIK.


    >>>> Bullshit.


    >>>>> Hanson's still hanging on.


    >>>>>>> There are few micro party senators for the first time in the Liz's
    >>>>>>> crownland's history. They ain't libs.


    >>>>>> They are even less labs.


    >>>>> We'll have to wait and see.


    >>>> Nope, we've seen, those who haven't wanked themselves
    >>>> completely blind over the Dud's leadership prospects.


    >>>>> Xeno said something today indicates that he's not totally in
    >>>>> disagreement with Abbotards's direct action dance, indicating he may
    >>>>> be switching towards modifications to the direct action thing, rather
    >>>>> than an ETS, which totally contradicts what he put up on his website,
    >>>>> bragging about the need of an ETS.


    >>>> Yeah, just another lying politician.


    >>>> That one has always been able to work out what side
    >>>> his bread is buttered on and even he has noticed to
    >>>> is driving the bus now and who has the only possibility
    >>>> of delivering the stuff he wants to see, so he doesnít
    >>>> give a flying red **** about an ETS that will have no
    >>>> effect what so ever on world climate at all.


    >>>>> I reckon you can't expect anything more than that from a plumber. He
    >>>>> may have some idea to join the Lib government after next July or
    >>>>> something.


    >>>> Or get a real say on what they get to on the stuff he cares
    >>>> about, anyway. He's noticed that he is BY FAR the most
    >>>> effective independent in the Senate now and he aint stupid.


    >>>>>>> And, even the well known indi, Xeno is in favour of an ETS.


    >>>>>> That fool is completely outnumbered by all the rest.


    >>>>> He still counts.


    >>>> Only because he's much more effective than the others.


    >>>>>>> Majority of the senate want some sort of ETS.


    >>>>>> Wrong, as always.


    >>>>> You have to watch QnA, Xeno now blurrs the difference between ETS and
    >>>>> direct action dance. He sounds like as he believes there is a grey
    >>>>> area between two.


    >>>> Nope, he's just noticed who can deliver the stuff he cares about.


    >>>>> I wonder where the hell exactly is that grey area!


    >>>> He doesnít care. ALL he cares about now
    >>>> is who can deliver the stuff he cares about.


    >>>>>>> Something even a dumb blone would recognize at this stage.


    >>>>>> You'll see...


    >>>>>>> Abbotard is in for a tough ride, man.


    >>>>>> Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.


    >>>>>> ALL he has to do is wait for July.


    >>>>> And that's ten months, Tim.


    >>>> He doesnít care. He knows that federal labor is
    >>>> out for a generation now. 10 months is nothing.


    >>>>> A lot can happen during that time.


    >>>> Nope, not now that federal labor has committed
    >>>> political suicide three times in a row now.


    >>>>> You could be even giving birth to a baby by then. :-))


    >>>> Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.


    >>>>>>> He ain't gona flush the carbon tax that easily.


    >>>>>> Bet he does.


    >>>>> I bet even he manages that, he'll be ripping his arse out during the
    >>>>> process.


    >>>> Nope, all he has to do is wait for July.


    >>>>> Ain't gona be as easy as the election,


    >>>> Just as easy, do nothing, watch labor suicide, again.


    >>>>> unless Labs ****s things up even further,


    >>>> They've done that already.


    >>>>> with their in-fighting.


    >>>> They've done that already.


    >>>> Too stupid to end up with just one candidate and no ballot.


    >>>>>>> Majority of the senate will demand a simultaneous "ETS bill", in
    >>>>>>> order to support flushing the carbon tax.


    >>>>>> The senate doesnít get to decide that. Abbot does.


    >>>>> He ain't the president of the republic yet


    >>>> Doesnít need to be.


    >>>>> (and never will be, of course) to decide anything like that.


    >>>> He gets to decide what legislation gets put to parliament.


    >>>> The Senate doesnít.


    >>>>> Australian public will eventually decide that,


    >>>> Nope.


    >>>>> when or if they uncover he's a dancer.


    >>>> They won't even consider it because they have noticed
    >>>> how comprehensively labor ****ed up, AGAIN.


    >>>> It will take a generation to forget that.


    >>>>>>>>>> Wota packa terminal ****wits.


    >>>>>>>>> That's considered a fundamental necessity in politics.
    >>>>>>>>> But, I think you'are talking about the newly elected government,
    >>>>>>>>> right?!


    >>>>>>>> Even you can't actually be THAT stupid.


    >>>>>>> Nope. but I thought I might give it a go, 'cos you ain't anywhere
    >>>>>>> near that smart either.


    >>>>>>> Turnball is graciously waiting for Abbotard to hit a truck while
    >>>>>>> riding his bike, so he can step in.


    >>>>>> He wont, Hockey would replace him.


    >>>>> Unlikely, 'cos Jockey's string stranded stomach may explode before or
    >>>>> soon after the delivery of his first budget.


    >>>> Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.


    >>>>> He's already started putting on all the kilos he's lost from the rope
    >>>>> around his fat belly.


    >>>> Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys.


    >>>>> Titanic Fat Palmer has a better chance, surviving a such catastrophe.


    >>>>>>> When that happens,


    >>>>>> Taint gunna, even if Abbot does get taken by a shark.


    >>>>> Sometime I dream of that about the Abbotard, but he ain't surfing no
    >>>>> more.
    >>>>> He doesn't wanna end up like Harold's Halt.
    >>>>> So, I'm sure Australian's aren't that lucky, let alone me.


    >>>>>>> you may need to start reading a new book, man.


    >>>>>> Fraid not, child.




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