WHY EVEN TURNBULL WILL BEAT SHORTEN
Four-time Walkley Award winning political commentator and Churchill Fellow, has returned to the fray over concern that the integrity of news dissemination is continually being threatened by a partisan media.
Abbott is right, the Liberal Party must revert to its roots. Not because, as Greiner suggests, the Party will otherwise lose to Shorten, but because it's Menzies Liberal Party, not Turnbull's, and Shorten is simply unelectable anyway… along with a few other reasons.
Turnbull intended to drift the Party to the Left and he knows he is detested by the Liberal core, but he intends to campaign on a single ticket, as a presidential style candidate, like he did in the last election.
He couldn’t care less about the Liberal Party but he cares deeply about where he wants to take Australia, and that is no secret.
His latest election paraphernalia did not mention the Liberal Party, (above) it mentioned only Turnbull, and that also upset a few Libs. But they should have realised what he was up to. He despises the Party he used as a conduit to personal power.
Turnbull knows that when the Queen checks out soon, Australia will be faced with that Lefty dickhead, Prince Charles as Head of State, and that’s his time to strike with a referendum on a republic…and it will likely get up if the terms and conditions are viable this time.
Shorten will also campaign on a single ticket because the Labor Party is also basically unelectable, particularly after successive Labor State Governments have dragged the country down to where people die of the cold and heat unable to afford electricity bills that have tripled due to inane renewable energy targets and outrageous subsidies that have made our own clean coal unviable.
So we will have an election in November of 2019 with two egomaniacs to choose from. And look how far Shorten has always trailed, and will continue to trail, Turnbull in the polls.
That is not a plus for Turnbull, it’s simply an indication of the disdain in which voters hold an unelectable Shorten.
Fools like SA's Weatherill won't help Shorten
Labor worships at the Global Warming altar where even the candles have gone out. It will not allow coal-fired energy and its coalition partner, the Gangrenous Greens, will not allow nuclear energy. That’s a severe election minus for Shorten.
By late 2019, most unsightly, useless, wind turbines will have passed their use-by dates and we will start to retrieve our beautiful countryside. They are known to be too expensive to upgrade so they will be dismantled, and the destructive $10 billion worth of subsidies cannot possibly be repeated for new ones.
If Trump holds firm with his promise to dump the Paris Accord, then by 2019 the entire hoax will have given way to common sense and the Left’s platform will decompose under the weight of its harebrained, socialist, ideology of redistribution of income under the auspices of a corrupt EU, IPCC and UN.
So we will be left with Turnbull versus Shorten and unfortunately our compulsory voting system will convince enough mugs to make a choice between the two deplorables. Therefore, on every indication Turnbull must win.
In the meantime, if the above scenario is correct, it means that both leaders are relatively safe. Only Turnbull has the Abbott problem and that can be solved with a Cabinet appointment such as Defence or Education or, if Turnbull really hates him, the suicidal Aboriginal Affairs portfolio.
Abbott will then abide by Party rules, shutup, and maintain Cabinet solidarity.
Then Abbott can use the Party Room to privately garner support for a return to Liberal values where internal distractions won’t reach the salivating media.
Most believe Turnbull to be an intellectual. I don’t. All committed political ideologues are as thick as pig shit and never seem to make sensible decisions even in their own interest. They are blinded by the dream of arriving gloriously at their respective Nirvanas and they are imbued with hatred for anything and anyone standing in their way.
Politics is moving quickly and Turnbull has issued a thinly veiled threat that if he is removed he will ensure that the Liberal Party is destroyed.
That unacceptable threat will be remembered and Abbott in the Cabinet can, and will, use it.
Voters haven't forgotten Shorten's dual knifing of his own comrades
But as has been said here over seven years Abbott is not foreman material,
...there are others more suited with exactly Abbott’s message and Abbott now accepts that.