I forced myself to watch that South Australia forum last night where we saw the best of Labor, Liberal, and a little Greek bloke, strut their stuff. With a choice of one of those three it became clear why South Australia has been a basket case for as long as we can remember. Seventeen years of the Labor bloke with the blank eyes and he is still a chance? How the hell does that happen?

                                                     No pupils, so beware

Seventeen years of anything leads to tears and this lying little Penny Wong discard should be headed for Centrelink on Monday. But he has always been a chance because the non-performing Libs have won up to 57 per cent of the vote and have still been unable to govern due to a gerrymander that would have made Bjelke Petersen blush.

                                         Throw another prawn on the barbie

But no gerrymander this time, so we will should see the end of the battery besotted, blank-eyed boofhead, despite the bookies having him an odds-on favourite, unless… well, unless the little Greek bloke, who calls himself a centrist, gets to decide who governs.

                                                A sign of things to come?

The problem is that the little Greek bloke has, almost without exception, voted with Labor in the pig swill of the Federal Senate and that would mean the bloke with the blank eyes gets to govern for another disastrous term of global warming measures.

                                                 Emblematic Adelaide scene

There was this bloke in the audience going crook about the Government digging up dead people to make way for newly dead people. Hmmm, SA politics to the core! "We have to consider the economics of this" said the blank-eyed bloke. So I figured it was time to switch back to 'Deadliest Catch'. 

My guess is that, against the odds, the dumb Liberal bloke will just scrape in this time and SA will remain a basket case for four more years when Labor will be returned to continue the weaving.

                                    Wanker looking forward to another wanker

In Batman, and with remorse, I am sticking with the Greens to win, and lonely little ex-Slater & Gordon Adam Bandt will have someone to fondle members with in the Lower House. That will make two voices of Green irrelevance in Question Time.

Sorry about the pessimism but no person of any value will win in either election this time, so it’s best to sleep in and write a letter to the Electoral Commissioner saying that you didn’t get to vote because your dodgy alarm clock didn’t go off. I hear he is accepting that excuse this time around, and only for this election.       

Instead of blowing up SA’s coal-fired power stations the Crows need a Guy Fawkes in                                                    North Terrace this Saturday.

 

 

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“To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticise.”
-Voltaire?

Journalistssuck
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Journalistssuck

Ding dong, xenefon ( new brand of enema) is gone.

vecchio
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vecchio

Life’s certainties, death &taxes!

ejada
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ejada

Enough said.

ejada
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ejada

But they do have Pauline! We are obviously not going to change each other’s minds. You see her as a solution while I see her as One Nation’s problem. A nice person, but ask yourself would you follow her in a crisis? At the moment there is no leader of a nation wide party I would follow in a crisis except Cory. Certainly not Turnbull or Shorten, and enough said about poor Pauline. Tony Abbott would be good in a crisis but he has no interest in returning to lead. His main aim is to keep the bastards honest –… Read more »

noucg
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yeah but thats part of their diverse African Culture its called ”Blood Mad ” ask the hautoos and Tautsis [however they are spelt ] machette madness coming to a town near you ………

noucg
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noucg

i want to represent you on the Government Gravy Train ,once i get all i want ,i might have a brief look at you ,whoever the f..k you are

Knuckles
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Knuckles

Fatality toll now 6.

Knuckles
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Knuckles

“Vote for me, I want to represent you” is the euphemism for “I really don’t give a stuff about you, I desperately want to get on the Parliamentary entitlement programme”

ejada
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ejada

Pauline asks the questions that others have posed and has been caught out a couple of times not understanding the question. As I said she has a good heart but sadly was the wrong person to head up One Nation which has now tanked. At the 1998 Queensland state election they secured 11 seats in the parliament, and 22.68 per cent of the primary vote. Last year One Nation managed one seat in Qld its “home” state after doing poorly in WA. This year marks 21 years since its rocky formation and it has just not gained traction. I am… Read more »

ejada
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ejada

I can’t help seeing Turnbull as a “Pretender”. He just shouldn’t be where he is. I blame Howard for talking him out of quitting – or did Turnbull go to Howard knowing he would say, “stay”, giving Turnbull the ability to broadcast that he had Howard’s support over Abbott. That would have played heavily in the Liberal Party Room. Turnbull is Machiavellian after all.

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Thank you Rinaldo. I don’t dislike Hanson as I do dislike Turnbull and Shorten. In fact I quite like her but being likable does not make her capable of leading our nation. I think the Speaker Tony Smith displays the skills and abilities to be a great leader but that can’t happen until the Liberals shake off Turnbull.

ejada
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ejada

Concerned. Senior, yes people tell lies. It’s just having the ability to recognize BS when it is being spread around. Pauline is a magnet for miscreants who recognize her vulnerabilities and weaknesses. BTW, I don’t vote Labor or Liberal so am not an appologist for either major party. I do remember that Bob Collins drove into a tree rather than face his accusers. I find it astounding that you obviously think Hanson has the ability to run the country. She has not. It is self evident that she would be totally out of her depth. I think her heart is… Read more »

Richard.oz
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Richard.oz

Built by ‘every child gets a prize’ engineering.

Chief
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Chief

as soon as they utter those words…they fail the test

MichaelMannix
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MichaelMannix

Bailey Bridge – great invention.

alio
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alio

So much for computer aided design and ‘plastic’ design.

Bring back old fashioned design anaysis based on yeild stress criterion.

I worked on the old code AS1250 and not that spurious AS 4100 (for the engineers amonst us.)

I designed steel suport structures in cyclonic areas over 40 years ago and they’re still standing, as far as I know.

vecchio
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vecchio

Bb “we” are one who lived through the presence of the many conditions for which science has provided life saving answers . “we” resent the stupidity of those who didn’t and know SFA about what they are on about. I lost a sister to whooping cough and in a small country town, saw several cases of polio with varying outcomes, including early death. “we” had an “isolation” ward at the local hospital for such cases as diphtheria, as well as an “iron lung” for polio cases. “we” suggest you wake up to yourself, with respect!

ejada
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ejada

Food for thought. Has the use of statins caused the epidemic of Alzheimer’s disease? – “High levels of the so-called “good” cholesterol may lower the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new study. In the study, those with high levels of high-density lipoprotein (HDL), the good kind of cholesterol, were 60 percent less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease than those with lower HDL levels.”
“The higher your HDL, the more protected you are from Alzheimer’s disease, apparently,” said study researcher Dr. Christiane Reitz, of Columbia University.

Neenee
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Neenee

“they are now admitting what is visible to the eyes of ordinary Europeans may be an admission that things have got so bad — and are so well-known — that even the Gray Lady and Mutti Merkel are no longer able to ignore them. If so, one thought must surely follow: imagine what might have been solved if the denials had never even begun?”

But Dis, elsewhere you ask us to believe The Gray Lady and Mutti Merkel’s unverified accusations against Russia?

Neenee
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Neenee

Speaker’s corner has been replaced by islam’s prayer mats. God Save The Queen.

Neenee
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Neenee

Dis: I hope you read the comments under the Breitbart article. I couldn’t see more than one which gave any credibility to May’s unverified accusation – plenty though about production of nerve agents in Porton near Salisbury, and plenty more about cover up for the Dossier. The people see through the political smokescreen, just like they did previous gems such as WMD’s in Iraq where leaders were prepared to kill 100,000’s of innocents for such LYING propaganda!!!!!! Now, the difference is this is 2018 and the deep state will be exposed.

vecchio
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vecchio

Bb Bollicks! we ate just as well seventy years ago and even bathed, as well.
It craps me off to read rubbish which denies common f—ing sense. Get some!

oldskankhidinginTheShadow
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oldskankhidinginTheShadow

Ultra Dullard.. orphans made there.

oldskankhidinginTheShadow
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oldskankhidinginTheShadow

Ultra Dullard, the father of all orphans.

Hotrocks
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Hotrocks

Mentally it left years ago .

Hotrocks
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Hotrocks

I love Rita .

vecchio
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vecchio

You should have been around when we feared diphtheria, measles, whooping cough, polio, tuberculosis, mumps, rubella, tetanus etc, I was, but I never hear or think of them now, strange that. The prospect of early death or permanent crippling was not a happy one, believe me.

Markymark
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Markymark

Malcolm would love a Vespa, so as he can feel the wind in his vagina. Real men ride motorcycles.

Ducktracy
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Ducktracy

Who Benefits? Did Western Intelligence Agencies Poison Skripal?
The suspected nerve agent attack upon former Russian intelligence officer Sergei Skripal, which also affected his daughter in the English city of Salisbury last Sunday, has given rise to too much speculation, too much hysteria, and too little analysis or insight. It has provided ammunition for the Russophobic Western media to make accusations that it was another example of Russia in general and Vladimir Putin in particular disposing of a supposed enemy of the Kremlin.
https://www.sgtreport.com/2018/03/who-benefits-did-western-intelligence-agencies-poison-skripal/

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