View Poll Results: Who would you vote for in the next Federal election
Liberal/National party coalition 135 57.94%
Labor party 35 15.02%
The Greens 18 7.73%
Independent 17 7.30%
Tonystott 28 12.02%
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Old Sep 07, 2010, 09:05 AM
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peticote parliment ,, all i can say ,, time to move offshore
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Old Sep 07, 2010, 09:11 AM
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They say the votes were nearly 50/50 but I am yet to meet, read, or hear of anyone that voted labour!! Rigged I reckon!!
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Old Sep 07, 2010, 09:16 AM
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I heard KFC are releasing a new meal called the "Gillard meal". It has a pair of small breasts, a couple of large thighs and comes in a red box.......
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They say the votes were nearly 50/50 but I am yet to meet, read, or hear of anyone that voted labour!! Rigged I reckon!!
They are out there, but I reckon too scared to admit it
Old Sep 07, 2010, 02:52 PM
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Funny cause everyone I've asked voted Labor so guess it depends On where you are.
Obviously the country is divided and that evident by the vote perhaps the slope flyers party should step up I know one thing I cant stand a bar of either one but god that wing nut budgie smuggler is just got a big L on his forehead.
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Old Sep 07, 2010, 04:14 PM
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Funny cause everyone I've asked voted Labor so guess it depends On where you are.
Obviously the country is divided and that evident by the vote perhaps the slope flyers party should step up I know one thing I cant stand a bar of either one but god that wing nut budgie smuggler is just got a big L on his forehead.
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I feel this was a election where we had to choose who would less damage to the voting public, I thought by my last post it was clear the way I voted.
Old Sep 07, 2010, 05:06 PM
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The fact remains 1 party was elected and 1 wasn't so and out of a country of approx 20million people it came down to 3 independants, the way I see it Julia has only 1 chance
if she stuffs up there will be an early election called for sure ,Tony and his crew will be waiting till the polls favour them and demand the election. So stable Government for 3 years or a 12 month polictical dogs dinner with no policies being fulfilled or promises kept trying to concentrate on staying in office. Had it gone the other way I'm sure that the view points would be exactly the same but reversed. did Labor win yes it did did liberal loose yes they did is the whole thing over no . Is it worth loosing sleep over I very much doubt it.
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Old Sep 07, 2010, 05:53 PM
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Old Sep 07, 2010, 06:36 PM
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So Labour voters voted for a Government that
1. Resided over ceiling batts install - A billion dollars over budget and a billion to fix (still not fixed)
2. BER $80,000 buildings costing $400,000
3. boats, boats and more boats
5. Killed the guy they all voted for in the first place
6. Wants an ETS (to do what??? change the climate? HAHAHAHA!)
7. Wants to tax a whole industry based on negotions with 3 yes only 3 companies in that industry
8. Implemented "Fuel Watch" - FAIL!
9. Implemented "Grocery Watch" - FAIL!
I could go on ad infinitum (that means a long long time). I guess you are what they mean when they say "rusted on" voters. Or maybe you are hoping for another $900, or have an old car you hope to get $2,000 for under the "Cash for Clunkers" scheme, which I'm guessing will FAIL.

Still we live in a democracy and that's the beauty of it each and every one of us is allowed to make a choice and vote for whoever appears on the ballot, be that Labour, Liberal, Green or The Australian Sex Party.

So good luck to us all and let's hope the next 3 years are good ones. (fingers crossed)
Old Sep 07, 2010, 06:39 PM
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So Labour voters voted for a Government that
1. Resided over ceiling batts install - A billion dollars over budget and a billion to fix (still not fixed)
2. BER $80,000 buildings costing $400,000
3. boats, boats and more boats
5. Killed the guy they all voted for in the first place
6. Wants an ETS (to do what??? change the climate? HAHAHAHA!)
7. Wants to tax a whole industry based on negotions with 3 yes only 3 companies in that industry
8. Implemented "Fuel Watch" - FAIL!
9. Implemented "Grocery Watch" - FAIL!
I could go on ad infinitum (that means a long long time). I guess you are what they mean when they say "rusted on" voters. Or maybe you are hoping for another $900, or have an old car you hope to get $2,000 for under the "Cash for Clunkers" scheme, which I'm guessing will FAIL.

Still we live in a democracy and that's the beauty of it each and every one of us is allowed to make a choice and vote for whoever appears on the ballot, be that Labour, Liberal, Green or The Australian Sex Party.

So good luck to us all and let's hope the next 3 years are good ones. (fingers crossed)
So how was your buddy Tony going to be any better In the campaign the libs bagged labour over health yet our buddy Tony did not support the GP super clinics, mainly because it wasnt his idea, for the good of all, you got to be joking roflmao
Old Sep 07, 2010, 06:46 PM
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I wouldn't say no if she said yes !!!!

Chances of that happening ? "about mine and Buckley's"
I just threw up a little bit in my mouth
Old Sep 07, 2010, 07:00 PM
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Mr K, they all the same Mate. Donkeys!
Old Sep 07, 2010, 07:03 PM
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Oh, here is one now! Its the Abbot & Hockey show
Old Sep 07, 2010, 07:07 PM
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I preferred Abbot and Costello at least they were funny
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Old Sep 07, 2010, 07:23 PM
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So how was your buddy Tony going to be any better In the campaign the libs bagged labour over health yet our buddy Tony did not support the GP super clinics, mainly because it wasnt his idea, for the good of all, you got to be joking roflmao
HAHAHAHAHA you are laughing? Labour promised 30 GP Super Clinics when Rudd was elected. 3 years later 4 of them are in operation. Do the math and we should have them all up and running in 22.5 years. Hope you aren't feeling too sick now. That is one of the biggest jokes ever.
Old Sep 07, 2010, 07:33 PM
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It's ok Mr K. With the NBN, they will be able to do heart transplants while you are at home on RCG.
I think the best thing to come out of this will be the Greens true colours being revealed. Those preferences to Labor didn't come for free. It will all fall in a heap in <18 months and it will be a Liberal win at the next poll. Short term pain, long term gain
The reason the 2 amigos went Labor is they knew Abbott would go straight back to the polls and they would might their seats.
As it is, it's unworkable. I like the parliamentary reforms though. They were badly needed.
How smug is that moron Swan. He's my least favorite pollie at the moment. An A grade idiot.


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