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Reply #45 - May 23rd, 2024 at 1:41pm
 
albo is a bit of a beta male
a bit directionless
comes from a frame of "do you like me, please like me"
hes a bit "weak sauce"
he panders to the electorate
lacks penetrating masculine energy
tends to be at the effect, not the cause
tends to react, not to act
lacks a bit of confidence and conviction


in all, he's like 90 % of the population

just adrift and with no real vision and trying to follow the path of least resistance

i feel sorry for the little bloke

most people who hate on him (and theres really not much to hate) are really hating on themselves and the failure he manifests being triggering to the failure in their own lives
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Reply #46 - May 23rd, 2024 at 5:26pm
 
Albo seems more concerned about using tax payer funds to keep the NRL afloat than helping Australians
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Reply #47 - May 24th, 2024 at 10:44am
 
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Reply #48 - May 24th, 2024 at 11:17am
 
2 years into a 3 year term, no wonder Albo is panicking. 

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It seems certain that Labor will lose majority government next year, but it is possible that the "unthinkable" could happen. Dutton may become PM.  Shocked
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Reply #49 - May 24th, 2024 at 11:18am
 
Captain Nemo wrote on May 24th, 2024 at 11:17am:
It seems certain that Labor will lose majority government next year, but it is possible that the "unthinkable" could happen. Dutton may become PM.† Shocked


God help us all   Sad
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Reply #50 - May 24th, 2024 at 1:14pm
 
greggerypeccary wrote on May 24th, 2024 at 11:18am:
Captain Nemo wrote on May 24th, 2024 at 11:17am:
It seems certain that Labor will lose majority government next year, but it is possible that the "unthinkable" could happen. Dutton may become PM.† Shocked


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mother nature (aka GOD) wants people like pete to lead


strong
powerful
unapologetic
has direction in life
family man
mentor to great kids
helped aboriginal youth by teaching them self respect and resilience (making them walk to town rather then play the victim)
a proven coal face law and order leader
deep booming voice (not squeaky)
bald indicating high testosterone
tall


nature has called upon him to lead and he has taken on the burden willingly
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Reply #51 - May 24th, 2024 at 1:56pm
 
Albo's doing a great job.

Trade is on the up and up.
All our neighbours are talking to us again.
Interest rates are dropping and lower than they were under the libs.
Electricity prices falling for most of the country
Tax cuts kick in next month

Albo's a shoe in for the next election
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Reply #52 - May 24th, 2024 at 3:07pm
 
John Smith wrote on May 24th, 2024 at 1:56pm:
Albo's doing a great job.

Trade is on the up and up.
All our neighbours are talking to us again.
Interest rates are dropping and lower than they were under the libs.
Electricity prices falling for most of the country
Tax cuts kick in next month

Albo's a shoe in for the next election


Oh, goodie -now all we have to do is put a stop to the State insanity of seeking treaties... even Queensland The Brave - The Smrat State - has figured on a 'need' for 154 'treaties'... what utter nonsense - we're all either in or out of Australia.... and as for Victoria - who really GAF what they do to self-destruct?† Gaga Strip?† What can you expect from a mad-house of Ham-Assed Clowns running the show?

At least the NT Coroner has shown some balls and stated clearly that 76 out of 81 women killed since 2000 are Aboriginal...... not including the remotes where women and girls just vanish .... don't laugh - it's true... I get sick of you rednecks calling me names when I'm the only one even mentioning such things.. mothra and co never do - they really don't GAF about Aborigines... it's just cover for slagging others...

Now if Albo would just come down on the States and tell them they have no right to persist with something the people voted down and that as states they have no right to treat with anyone anyway, and it's time to stop their petty play for power over the people.

I'm leaning more and more towards Mansell's Two State solution - but the difference between us is that he wants his 'state for Aborigines' to be part of mainstream while not being mainstream - to swim in the sea of funds and Macca's etc and have all rights to stop anything etc at whim while being part of the community with special rights while being somehow 'separate' - I prefer a genuine territorial solution of Two States ....

Talk about woolly-headed thinking from your Aboriginal 'separatists' - they want no such thing - like the 'feminists' and all the other fringe rat-bags they simply want the top spot as if by some 'right'..... don't make me laugh....
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Reply #53 - May 24th, 2024 at 4:37pm
 
aquascoot wrote on May 24th, 2024 at 1:14pm:
greggerypeccary wrote on May 24th, 2024 at 11:18am:
Captain Nemo wrote on May 24th, 2024 at 11:17am:
It seems certain that Labor will lose majority government next year, but it is possible that the "unthinkable" could happen. Dutton may become PM.† Shocked


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mother nature (aka GOD) wants people like pete to lead




Well, it certainly doesn't want him kidnapping & assaulting Aboriginal children, driving them out into the bush, stealing their shoes and then making them walk home at night.

Sociopaths do, though.
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Reply #54 - May 24th, 2024 at 4:50pm
 
greggerypeccary wrote on May 24th, 2024 at 4:37pm:
aquascoot wrote on May 24th, 2024 at 1:14pm:
greggerypeccary wrote on May 24th, 2024 at 11:18am:
Captain Nemo wrote on May 24th, 2024 at 11:17am:
It seems certain that Labor will lose majority government next year, but it is possible that the "unthinkable" could happen. Dutton may become PM.† Shocked


God help us all† †Sad



mother nature (aka GOD) wants people like pete to lead




Well, it certainly doesn't want him kidnapping & assaulting Aboriginal children, driving them out into the bush, stealing their shoes and then making them walk home at night.

Sociopaths do, though.

Were you one of those Yogo-Aboriginal children, unflushable?
Or are you once again, as usual, peddling malicious BS.
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Reply #55 - Jun 6th, 2024 at 11:43pm
 
Read in the news today Albo and his staff have been unable to enter their office for over a year due to pro Palestinian protestors stopping them?

I'll make this quick.

What a weak arse blonde hair dyed gutless man we have running the country.

I have no respect for him anymore.

How can he pretends to leader of the country and he can't even get into his own office?

Gutless wimp
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Reply #56 - Jun 7th, 2024 at 10:50am
 
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Reply #57 - Jun 12th, 2024 at 10:37am
 
Should Albo be worried at this stage of the election cycle?

I reckon he should be very worried.

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Reply #58 - Jun 12th, 2024 at 5:12pm
 
He should be worried based on the polling.

Same with QLD Labor.

Not because they've done anything wrong, in fact both have enacted some long overdue policy and legislative changes, it's just that it's benefitted us the people at the expense of Corporations and the Mining companies.

Labor faces challenges with public perception, partly due to negative media coverage from corporate-owned outlets. This opposition stems from Labor's efforts to ensure corporations pay their fair share of taxes, which goes against the interests of powerful media owners.

What gets little airtime is the positive changes they've made that actually benefit us, including:

Tax Cuts for Middle and Working Class:
Labor implemented substantial tax cuts for the middle and working classes, which were originally proposed by the Liberal Party. Unlike the Liberal approach, Labor ensured that these tax cuts benefitted the general population rather than being skewed towards the wealthy.

Recovery of Stolen Wages:
Labor rectified the issue of $130 billion in wages stolen from workers due to loopholes in workers' protection laws. These loopholes, drilled by the Liberals, allowed big businesses to withhold wages. Labor's actions have returned this significant sum to the workers.

Pro-Worker Budget:
The recent Labor budget is described as the most pro-worker in decades. Key measures include:
- $300 Energy Rebates: Assistance for energy costs to alleviate financial pressure.
- 10% Increase in Rental Assistance: Additional support for renters.
- Lower Student Loans: Reduced financial burden on students.
- $20 Billion for Manufacturing and Green Economy: Investment to revive Australia's manufacturing sector with a focus on the green economy.

Historic Corporate Tax Evasion Laws:
Labor introduced robust laws to combat corporate tax evasion, positioning Australia as a global leader in this area. These laws include:
- Enhanced transparency requirements for subsidiaries.
- Limits on deductions multinationals can claim on interest.
- Significant increases in penalties for tax evasion.

Increased Corporate Tax Collection:
Under Labor, corporate tax collection has significantly increased, with taxes collected from the corporate sector rising from 20.7% under the Liberals to 27.9%.

Economic Measures for Youth:
Despite criticism from some young people, Labor has implemented measures aimed at improving their economic situation, including lower university fees, cheaper rent, and more employment opportunities in a sustainable economy.

Fair Tax Enforcement:
Labor has empowered the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) to pursue large-scale tax evaders more effectively. This has resulted in the recovery of $1 billion so far and the introduction of measures to prevent companies from using complex structures to avoid taxes.

They've actually been doing a great job, you just wouldn't know it because they've been governing in our best interests, not of those who control the narrative.

And in all of the above areas, the Liberals have voted to block every single one of them, yet people want to vote them back in.

Good choice /s
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Reply #59 - Jun 12th, 2024 at 6:55pm
 
Daves2017 wrote on Jun 6th, 2024 at 11:43pm:
Read in the news today Albo and his staff have been unable to enter their office for over a year due to pro Palestinian protestors stopping them?

I'll make this quick.

What a weak arse blonde hair dyed gutless man we have running the country.

I have no respect for him anymore.

How can he pretends to leader of the country and he can't even get into his own office?

Gutless wimp

There's that.

We get Labor governments when we forget how good we have it under the conservatives (who are only a smidge to the right of the left of centre left Labor bozos).


ScoMo was the man of the machine. Albo is also a machine man, now as farce.
If ScoMo was from marketing, Albo is from 'fighting Tories' student unions.

Dutton is noticing that being a Turnbull - indistinguishable from Labor - is not an option and ScoMo was mistaken to be Labor light. 

The let down with every non-lefty government in the West is that they facilitate and do not actually do anything different.

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