Federal Election 2019—the count

Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby pinkeye » 19 May 2019, 21:37

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Wages will continue to decline and with it economic activity—unemployment did edge up higher.


Compared to when?

The Howard/Costello structural Budget deficit will continue.


And what would it have been under Labour?


what ? we're psychic..?


And you can't even spell Labor correctly. But in truth this means we WILL labour under this government.

We get the government we deserve.
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby HBS Guy » 19 May 2019, 22:03

It would have started reducing. Gillard made the first cuts to the Howard madness. Reducing negative gearing and removing that outrageous rort of paying the tax on franked dividends to rich retirees who pay no income tax.

Now education, health, welfare etc etc will continue to be cut. It is the neoliberal way. Wages will be kept stagnant too, penalty rates will be cut again further reducing household spending.
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby pinkeye » 19 May 2019, 22:49

so it would seem
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby HBS Guy » 19 May 2019, 23:31

Yup.

I want to move to Tassie, don’t care if I live in a fucking caravan. Grow my fruit, make my cider/perry/mead/beer, grow veges and keep chooks. Sell some eggs and fruit to pay for fertiliser, chook food etc. Fish. Cities will become less and less livable due AGW, privatised everything like bus and train and toll roads etc.
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby pinkeye » 19 May 2019, 23:51

yes I fully understand what you mean

australian society is going in a direction I have no desire to join.

I vote... I have been engaged....
and I AM now feeling somewhat redundant
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby Sprintcyclist » 20 May 2019, 07:00

pinkeye wrote:yes I fully understand what you mean

australian society is going in a direction I have no desire to join.

I vote... I have been engaged....
and I AM now feeling somewhat redundant


feel free to leave
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby greggerypeccary » 20 May 2019, 07:36

pinkeye wrote:yes I fully understand what you mean

australian society is going in a direction I have no desire to join.

I vote... I have been engaged....
and I AM now feeling somewhat redundant


This country has been ruined by idiots like Sprintcyclist (and most members of OzPol).

If Gillard had remained PM, Australia would be in a good place right now.

With that lying piece of shit criminal Morrison in for another three years, we are about to go from bad to worse. Much worse.

Stupid fucking Australian voters have no idea what they've just done.
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby Sprintcyclist » 20 May 2019, 07:42

pinkeye wrote:yes I fully understand what you mean

australian society is going in a direction I have no desire to join.

I vote... I have been engaged....
and I AM now feeling somewhat redundant


Sounds like all the lies the trump haters said when he won

they all promised they would leave
same as a lying lefty here, he said he would leave

you will be just another lying lefty
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby greggerypeccary » 20 May 2019, 08:00

Sprintcyclist wrote:
pinkeye wrote:yes I fully understand what you mean

australian society is going in a direction I have no desire to join.

I vote... I have been engaged....
and I AM now feeling somewhat redundant


Sounds like all the lies the trump haters said when he won

they all promised they would leave
same as a lying lefty here, he said he would leave

you will be just another lying lefty


I've left the sewer, dickhead.

Now I'll spend more time in here hammering people like you, who defend an alleged child rapist (Trump) and the son of Satan (Morrison).

You and your uneducated Liberal-voting friends have just set this country back 30 years.

You should be utterly ashamed of yourselves.
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby DonDeeHippy » 20 May 2019, 08:13

Sprintcyclist wrote:
pinkeye wrote:yes I fully understand what you mean

australian society is going in a direction I have no desire to join.

I vote... I have been engaged....
and I AM now feeling somewhat redundant


feel free to leave

you really can be a fuckwit sometimes Sprint......
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby DonDeeHippy » 20 May 2019, 08:18

As long as Labor senior members are involved with corrupt Unions I'll be a liberal supporter. Liberal Policies are good, however quite a few Liberal members I think are dickheads... That is the problem. :purple
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby greggerypeccary » 20 May 2019, 08:55

DonDeeHippy wrote:As long as Labor senior members are involved with corrupt Unions I'll be a liberal supporter. Liberal Policies are good, however quite a few Liberal members I think are dickheads... That is the problem. :purple


You're perfectly happy with Liberal senior members being involved with corrupt businesses and organised crime, though. :roll

Which Liberal policies are good, by the way?
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby Chuck » 20 May 2019, 10:41

Sprintcyclist wrote:
pinkeye wrote:yes I fully understand what you mean

australian society is going in a direction I have no desire to join.

I vote... I have been engaged....
and I AM now feeling somewhat redundant


feel free to leave


Keep stirring them, I love it!
Pity, I have to take a break for awhile.

These wankers, don’t even read the ALP's website, and their changing definition who is 'RICH' or POOR.

BS targeted the retirees by labelling some of them as Rich - hoping to create divisions- which nearly succeeded.
Instead it simply caused confusion amongst voters.

It was successful tactic used during the pilot strike, by labelling all pilots as 'Rich Bastards'

Keep the good work up whilst I’m gone

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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby DonDeeHippy » 20 May 2019, 12:17

greggerypeccary wrote:
DonDeeHippy wrote:As long as Labor senior members are involved with corrupt Unions I'll be a liberal supporter. Liberal Policies are good, however quite a few Liberal members I think are dickheads... That is the problem. :purple


You're perfectly happy with Liberal senior members being involved with corrupt businesses and organised crime, though. :roll

Which Liberal policies are good, by the way?

as I said there are liberal members I don't think should be in government.....

https://www.liberal.org.au/our-beliefs
In the inalienable rights and freedoms of all peoples; and we work towards a lean government that minimises interference in our daily lives; and maximises individual and private sector initiative
In government that nurtures and encourages its citizens through incentive, rather than putting limits on people through the punishing disincentives of burdensome taxes and the stifling structures of Labor's corporate state and bureaucratic red tape.
In those most basic freedoms of parliamentary democracy - the freedom of thought, worship, speech and association.
In a just and humane society in which the importance of the family and the role of law and justice is maintained.
In equal opportunity for all Australians; and the encouragement and facilitation of wealth so that all may enjoy the highest possible standards of living, health, education and social justice.
That, wherever possible, government should not compete with an efficient private sector; and that businesses and individuals - not government - are the true creators of wealth and employment.
In preserving Australia's natural beauty and the environment for future generations.
That our nation has a constructive role to play in maintaining world peace and democracy through alliance with other free nations.
In short, we simply believe in individual freedom and free enterprise;

That pretty well rings true with what I believe, anything that they do that doesn't align with that has to be changed within the party . :purple
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby greggerypeccary » 20 May 2019, 12:18

DonDeeHippy wrote:
greggerypeccary wrote:
DonDeeHippy wrote:As long as Labor senior members are involved with corrupt Unions I'll be a liberal supporter. Liberal Policies are good, however quite a few Liberal members I think are dickheads... That is the problem. :purple


You're perfectly happy with Liberal senior members being involved with corrupt businesses and organised crime, though. :roll

Which Liberal policies are good, by the way?

as I said there are liberal members I don't think should be in government.....

https://www.liberal.org.au/our-plan/key-achievements
you can see for yourself :)


"We stopped the boats. After 50,000 illegal arrivals in 800 boats under Labor, Australia’s borders are now secure and there were no arrivals over four years (from 2014 to 2018)."

Lol :bgrin
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby DonDeeHippy » 20 May 2019, 12:28

greggerypeccary wrote:
DonDeeHippy wrote:
greggerypeccary wrote:
DonDeeHippy wrote:As long as Labor senior members are involved with corrupt Unions I'll be a liberal supporter. Liberal Policies are good, however quite a few Liberal members I think are dickheads... That is the problem. :purple


You're perfectly happy with Liberal senior members being involved with corrupt businesses and organised crime, though. :roll

Which Liberal policies are good, by the way?

as I said there are liberal members I don't think should be in government.....

https://www.liberal.org.au/our-plan/key-achievements
you can see for yourself :)


"We stopped the boats. After 50,000 illegal arrivals in 800 boats under Labor, Australia’s borders are now secure and there were no arrivals over four years (from 2014 to 2018)."

Lol :bgrin

tell me do you agree with every decision that members of the Labor party have made ?
You follow Labour, do you think everything they have done is right or have you seen things that you think should be changed ? Do you blindly follow every member or decree they have made ? If not why do you think i would ?

The only way to change is from within, would you rather people like me in the Liberal fold or Jules ? :purple
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby greggerypeccary » 20 May 2019, 12:32

DonDeeHippy wrote:tell me do you agree with every decision that members of the Labor party have made ?
You follow Labour, do you think everything they have done is right ... Do you blindly follow every member or decree they have made ?


No way.


DonDeeHippy wrote:The only way to change is from within, would you rather people like me in the Liberal fold or Jules ? :purple


Huh?
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby chris155au » 20 May 2019, 16:18

Aussie wrote:
chris155au wrote:
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Wages will continue to decline and with it economic activity—unemployment did edge up higher.


Compared to when?

The Howard/Costello structural Budget deficit will continue.


And what would it have been under Labour?


So.....Chris...over to you to set the bench marks now, so we can compare in later years and avoid dispute.


Then bench marks for what exactly?
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby chris155au » 20 May 2019, 16:21

pinkeye wrote:
chris155au wrote:
HBS Guy wrote:
Wages will continue to decline and with it economic activity—unemployment did edge up higher.


Compared to when?

The Howard/Costello structural Budget deficit will continue.


And what would it have been under Labour?


what ? we're psychic..?


And you can't even spell Labor correctly. But in truth this means we WILL labour under this government.

We get the government we deserve.


Actually, I used the correct spelling according to proper British English standard, which in case you didn't know is OUR version of the language. The monkeys who founded the party used the incorrect spelling.
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby chris155au » 20 May 2019, 16:22

chris155au wrote:
pinkeye wrote:
chris155au wrote:
HBS Guy wrote:
Wages will continue to decline and with it economic activity—unemployment did edge up higher.


Compared to when?

The Howard/Costello structural Budget deficit will continue.


And what would it have been under Labour?


what ? we're psychic..?


And you can't even spell Labor correctly. But in truth this means we WILL labour under this government.

We get the government we deserve.


Actually, I used the correct spelling according to proper British-English standard, which in case you didn't know is OUR version of the language. The monkeys who founded the party, for whatever reason, used the American-English version.
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby chris155au » 20 May 2019, 16:32

HBS Guy wrote:It would have started reducing. Gillard made the first cuts to the Howard madness.


What "cuts" are you talking about?
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby Aussie » 20 May 2019, 16:33

chris155au wrote:
Aussie wrote:
chris155au wrote:
HBS Guy wrote:
Wages will continue to decline and with it economic activity—unemployment did edge up higher.


Compared to when?

The Howard/Costello structural Budget deficit will continue.


And what would it have been under Labour?


So.....Chris...over to you to set the bench marks now, so we can compare in later years and avoid dispute.


Then bench marks for what exactly?


Anything you like. But let's agree to set them so we can then compare against actual outcomes. Debt, deficit, inflation, etc etc etc.
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby chris155au » 20 May 2019, 16:35

HBS Guy wrote: Cities will become less and less livable due AGW


And how exactly would Labour have tackled the majority of the world's emissions from China and India?
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby chris155au » 20 May 2019, 16:35

pinkeye wrote:yes I fully understand what you mean

australian society is going in a direction I have no desire to join.


No desire to JOIN? You mean continue to be a part of?
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Re: Federal Election 2019—the count

Postby chris155au » 20 May 2019, 16:38

greggerypeccary wrote:
If Gillard had remained PM, Australia would be in a good place right now.


Because she was Gillard or because she was Labour?

With that lying piece of shit criminal Morrison in for another three years, we are about to go from bad to worse. Much worse.


How is he a "criminal?" What has he been convicted of exactly?

Stupid fucking Australian voters have no idea what they've just done.


What about the voters who voted labour?
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