Absolutely no need for the insults or pettiness, slippyslip. Keep it civil or don't post at all.
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Fact is that Oz was incredibly well placed heading into the downturn due to the policies of a number of previous governments and the country's inherent advantages
Rudd's government had bugger all to do with it
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Interesting referral of the Michael Johnson thing to Privileges today. Be sweating bullets nt eh deep North I'd think.
Moreover, here's a little more internal happiness, Qld LNP style:
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#408. Sixty three not out forever.
Haha. And yellow hair, by the avatar..
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Essential Report 51-49 to the bad guys.
The latest Newspoll has Labor's primary vote support collapsing to just 35%.
Coalition on 41%.
The Greens on a whopping 16%.
I think the biggest mistake one can make in interpreting this poll is to think that (a) the Greens are going to get 16% in an election and (b) those Green voters are really Labor voters who are going to give their preferences to Labor and therefore Rudd can win with a primary vote in the mid 30s.
I think the 16% is made up of disaffected Labor and Liberal voters who can't warm to their preferred party's leader and are at the moment parking their vote elsewhere. However, during a campaign, where there is absolute blanket coverage of the major parties and the minor parties are virtually sidelined, that 16% will halve.
Some of it will go 'home' to Liberal, some of it will go 'home' to Labor.
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Eoin Morgan on being given a rice cooker for being Man of the Match in a Dhaka Premier Division game.
do you think people will be allowed to make violins?
who's going to make the violins?
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