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    i hardly think Julie Bishop is willing to give up the deputy spot
    Indians can't bowl - Where has the rumour come from as I myself and many indian friends arwe competent fast bowlers ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    I don't think Hockey would get in tbh. Fat blokes don't get elected PM as a general rule.
    That made me laugh an unhealthy amount.

    Tbf, if we can have a female PM we can have a fat male PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    That made me laugh an unhealthy amount.

    Tbf, if we can have a female PM we can have a fat male PM.
    The last big bloke elected was Menzies I think.

    The truly procine one was George Reid, who was so fat he had to put his gut on a balcony railing while he was giving a stump speech one time and had a heckler call out "What are you going to call it, George?"

    "If it is a boy I shall name it in my honour, George. If it is a girl I shall name it in honour of our Queen, Victoria. But if, as I suspect Sir, it is all piss and wind, then I shall name it after you".

    Julie Bishop just asked Gillard a question about Slater and Gordon. They areally are getting desperate.
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    As per Insiders yesterday, we're still way ahead if you average out all the polls.

    And that's with Abbott's weight in our saddle bags

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    Bit of a greatest-hits record in QT today...

    EDIT: Oh geez this is painful. Did they not have a tactics meeting this morning?
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    spark not all of us want to die, you'll have to explain what happened in question time

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    How come Essential Research isn't showing as positive numbers for Labor as the others?
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    Essential is a rolling two week average taken from a closed pool of enrolled participants who do the survey online.

    It's a different methodology and an interesting one. It's long had a fair degree of inertia to it. It's almost the opposite of Newspoll at the moment, which is all over the place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Essential is a rolling two week average taken from a closed pool of enrolled participants who do the survey online.

    It's a different methodology and an interesting one. It's long had a fair degree of inertia to it. It's almost the opposite of Newspoll at the moment, which is all over the place.
    Hmm...seems more like a factor of trends rather than a random survey. Fair enough. Not sure whether we should consider them then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Essential is a rolling two week average taken from a closed pool of enrolled participants who do the survey online.

    It's a different methodology and an interesting one. It's long had a fair degree of inertia to it. It's almost the opposite of Newspoll at the moment, which is all over the place.
    Do you have an original thought?

    Seriously man, you are like Poll Bludger on delay by 30 mins

    "The trend is your friend"

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    And whenever there is a bad poll, you are so cowardly that you don't even post in this thread...that's how much it means to you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    The last big bloke elected was Menzies I think.

    The truly procine one was George Reid, who was so fat he had to put his gut on a balcony railing while he was giving a stump speech one time and had a heckler call out "What are you going to call it, George?"

    "If it is a boy I shall name it in my honour, George. If it is a girl I shall name it in honour of our Queen, Victoria. But if, as I suspect Sir, it is all piss and wind, then I shall name it after you".

    Julie Bishop just asked Gillard a question about Slater and Gordon. They areally are getting desperate.
    I read this somewhere just the other day, maybe in another thread here. such a quality sledge. why can't politicians be like that these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by howardj View Post
    Do you have an original thought?

    Seriously man, you are like Poll Bludger on delay by 30 mins

    "The trend is your friend"

    "Gone by Christmas"


    And whenever there is a bad poll, you are so cowardly that you don't even post in this thread...that's how much it means to you
    Terrible post.

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    After a bad poll, ^ this bloke can't even front on a cricket forum

    Res ipsa loquitur

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    Quote Originally Posted by howardj View Post
    After a bad poll, ^ this bloke can't even front on a cricket forum

    tbf, according to the cricketweb.net/forum polls, Burgey's popularity levels have been sinking and sinking for the past three years, but he still fronts up

    lot of support for Spooony lately btw

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    Just link us to Pollbludger and we can save the reading time mate



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