John Adams: News from the capital

RUMOR: A senior cross bench contact tells me that Prime Minister Turnbull will be sacked by Monday. I hear from credible Coalition sources that the Bishop-Morrison ticket is real and is on the march! Turnbull is finished, it is now about timing and execution!

Update:  Coalition MP goes public…. sack Turnbull or I will quit Coalition

 

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123 Responses to John Adams: News from the capital

  1. DaveR

    For conservatives this is, of course, is great news. Turnbull should have gone 6 months ago to arrest the decline in polls and to allow the coalition to abandon his ridiculous green energy policies so badly hurting Australian businesses and households, and the coalition vote.

    But if the Liberal wets think a Bishop-Morrison ticket is going to go unchallenged, after supporting the political foolishness of Turnbull month in and out, there is news coming for them.

  2. .

    TAILGUNNER

    BAD SAMARITAN

    YOU GETTING ANY ACTION?

    DaveR – where are the dries in the LNP?

  3. Infidel Tiger 2.0 (Premium Content Subscribers Only)

    Bishop/Morrison?

    Bwahahaha. Just hurry up and give the keys to the Lodge to Shorto. There is no point delaying the inevitable.

  4. BorisG

    I think they will wait until after QLD.

  5. Infidel Tiger 2.0 (Premium Content Subscribers Only)

    DaveR – where are the dries in the LNP?

    Cemeteries.

  6. Jannie

    A week is a long time to wait.

  7. stackja

    MT is pretending he is in control.

  8. DM of WA

    A Bishop-Morrison ticket sounds too absurd for words! If true then the failed Liberals will rapidly go down to ignominious defeat and destruction – and I will be laughing like a madman. The Liberal party needs to be extinguished like the dinosaurs of old so that something better can evolve to replace it in the political ecosystem.

  9. Roger

    I hear from credible Coalition sources that the Bishop-Morrison ticket is real and is on the march!

    As I’ve long predicted: “A good government has lost its way” Mk II.

    God help us, because our politicians certainly can’t.

  10. zyconoclast

    Whoever takes over top 10:
    1. Drop all green energy scams immediately. Only keep what is contractually unavoidable
    2. Withdraw from all green scam international agreements
    3. Stop refugee intake
    4. Progressively reduce immigration from 200k –> 100k –> 50k
    5. Individual income tax cuts ahead of company tax cuts
    6. Write it off and sell the NBN
    7. Drop the NDIS and revert to what previously existed
    8. Drop the French subs deal
    9. Drop the JSF F35 deal
    10. Shut down Human Right Commission.

    That’s it. Done.

  11. John64

    From The Termite to The Cockroach.

    Hardly an improvement.

  12. .

    I reckon they are farked. Who would form a credible leadership team that would appeal to the base and electorate?

    Shorten might smash the 2PP like Abbott did.

    If he does, let’s hope that the ALP or GRN do not control the Senate.

    The LDP/ACP and PHON need to pick up 1+ and 3+ seats each respectively to stop this.

    Might be time for the bigwigs to workshop on preferences, HTVs and fundraising, even consorting with the ALP – who are a lot more pragmatic than the LNP.

  13. RobertS

    Name the cross bench contact. Name the credible Coalition sources. If you can’t, your post is bullshit.

  14. .

    4. Progressively reduce immigration from 200k –> 100k –> 50k

    Why that number? Why not zero or 250k?

  15. DM of WA
    #2559877, posted on November 20, 2017 at 8:53 pm
    A Bishop-Morrison ticket sounds too absurd for words!

    It could be the spark that forces Abbott to join the Australian Conservatives, taking some others with him.
    I’d like to see that.

  16. B and M? Plus ca change plus meme chose.

  17. Baldrick

    Bishop/Morrison
    Stupid.Fucking.Liberals

  18. zyconoclast

    4. Progressively reduce immigration from 200k –> 100k –> 50k

    Why that number? Why not zero or 250k?

    We can reduce, see what the effect is and then ramp it up if needed.

    My numbers make as much sense as the current numbers based on the fact that I don’t have the entire Immigration department at my disposal.

    I also think it will be popular and will not cost to the taxpayer.

  19. .

    We already know immigration generally has a benefit.

  20. DaveR

    . and InfidelTiger

    DaveR – where are the dries in the LNP?

    I think they will come out of the woodwork.

  21. jupes

    Progressively Reduce immigration from 200k –> 100k –> to less than 50k.

    FIFY

  22. jupes

    We already know immigration generally has a benefit.

    LOL

    Yeah Europe is benefiting up the ying yang as we speak.

  23. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Bishop/Morrison
    Stupid.Fucking.Liberals

    Please tell me this is some sort of cunning plan, a masterful exercise in deception?

  24. DM of WA

    .
    #2559904, posted on November 20, 2017 at 9:07 pm
    We already know immigration generally has a benefit.

    I certainly don’t know that.

    I also don’t know that “diversity” is a benefit.

    What I do know is that progressives and libertarians repeat endlessly this mantra ad nauseum (each for their own different reasons).

  25. Caveman

    ” sacked” sounds very civilised.

  26. Will

    News from the Ghostwhovotes: 2Pp ALP 54 Lnp 46

  27. Real Robbo

    A Merkel-May clone. Is that best they can do?

  28. DM of WA

    Seen on the Bolt blog:

    A Coalition MP says he will quit the Turnbull Government next month, plunging it into minority government. The MP said tonight he will stay only if Malcolm Turnbull is replaced as Prime Minister by a leader who can appeal to conservative voters.

  29. wal1957

    Too little, too late!

    Turdbull’s Liberals have lost too many lifetime voters. A number of my acquaintances have expressed their view that they will not be voting Liberal for the foreseeable future, if ever again.

    Personally, I am looking at the small conservative parties. I figure if both Liebor and Liberal are as bad as each other, why should I bother with them? Hopefully the smaller parties will garner enough support over the next 2 elections to pose a threat to the status quo.

  30. Sean

    It would seem crazy idea to do it before they legislate following the SSM result

  31. Sean

    I think the problem for the MP is that the reality is most of the conservatives live in and vote for ALP seats.

    The biggest yes vote came from liberal held seats

  32. alexnoaholdmate

    I’m hearing something similar, and that trying to cancel Parliament is the last straw.

  33. alexnoaholdmate

    One other thing I’m hearing – no one wants Bishop, but the only alternative is Abbott, and people would take her if it keeps him out.

    Dutton not taken seriously as a contender.

  34. Empire GTHO Phase III

    What I do know is that progressives and libertarians repeat endlessly this mantra ad nauseum (each for their own different reasons).

    If all migration was skills based, welfare denied and jihadifree, you wouldn’t be worried about it.

  35. alexnoaholdmate

    I must give a caveat – my source is an Abbott man, or at least prefers him to any other candidate. He has been wrong about a spill before.

  36. Fisky

    Hahahahahahahaha! Magnificent!

  37. Hasbeen

    I would have seriously struggled to vote for Turnbulls return.

    I will find it totally impossible to make myself vote for Bishop.

    Pity my local member is not a bad bloke, for a polly.

  38. Marcus Classis

    Now there’s a cure worse than the disease!

  39. John Constantine

    Their Bishop will be able to assure their ABC that Australia will abide by every signed transnational obligation, and she will fight to her last breath all deplorable colonialists resisting the way her government will outflank shorten to the left.

    Then we get Australia’s own jacindamania.

  40. Texas Jack

    Turnbull’s Government in its death throes. How the heck do we get these remarkable similarities with the Fuhrerbunker 1945?
    Okay, so Bishop is a bit hard to imagine as a Heinrich Himmler I admit, but she’s obviously run off to try and make an 11th-hour deal with the people raining ordnance down from above. Let’s hope they have the good sense to hand her a set of cuffs. And Turnbull, turning to crazed-Fuhrer mode, suddenly finds the energy to order up tax cuts with all the likelihood of a defeated remnant army smashing the Red Army colossus as it surrounded Berlin…

  41. John Constantine

    Just imagine lady skeletor trying to give Katter a bit of arm-boob.
    Her ribs will slash up his wrist veins like he was a teenage girl.

  42. Confused Old Misfit

    “We already know immigration generally has a benefit.” – When properly managed this is true. However, when large numbers of poorly educated, unacculturated people are injected into social situations with which they are completely unfamiliar the results are unimpressive as we already do well know.

  43. BrettW

    By cross bench I guess that means not a Coalition source. When you say senior does this refer to number of years service in Parliament ? Could be Katter based on that as most other cross benchers have little service.

    Actually no, make that Bernadi as he fits description of a senior cross bench source.

  44. Mike of Marion

    It’s the best laugh I’ve had all day.

    Bring on the LP Doom.

  45. Oh come on

    Bishop-Morro?

    Faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahk.

    Me.

  46. Fisky

    What I do know is that progressives and libertarians repeat endlessly this mantra ad nauseum (each for their own different reasons).

    There is some common ground though. They see it as an epic form of revenge against their high school bully. You might have taken my adolescence from me, but I’m taking your country! That’s more or less the sentiment.

  47. Oh come on

    “By Monday”

    Srsly? Today is Monday. So you’re giving Trumble seven days?

    Anyway.

    Bishop is a dopey twit. The dopiest. She seems to have been a key figure in the dumping of Abbott. She certainly did nothing to deny this. She combines the competence of Rudd with the likeability of Gillard.

    We’re boned.

  48. DM of WA

    Empire GTHO Phase III
    #2560000, posted on November 20, 2017 at 9:57 pm

    If all migration was skills based, welfare denied and jihadifree, you wouldn’t be worried about it.

    Unfortunately none of the current generation of progressive politicians in either wing of the party of Davos (aka the Liberal and Labor Party) wants to change the current bipartisan immigration policy; but it must change, and the biggest change has to be: no more refugees. The 1951 UN Refugee Convention has been perverted to justify a vast Third World migration scam. Therefore, refugees must be given aid in situ or as close to their home countries as possible rather than resettled en masse in the West. Look at what has happened in the UK: Moslem ghettos, subsequent chain migration from the Ummah, Sharia law, polygamy, female circumcision, home grown Moslem terrorists. It will all come here.

  49. Chris M

    Bishop-Morrison

    Hahahaha, wet myself laughing. This is even worse than Turnbull!

    That evil skeleton, surely not? They must be utterly nuts. Sack both of them.

  50. Just Interested

    I hear from credible Coalition sources that the Bishop-Morrison ticket is real and is on the march! Turnbull is finished, it is now about timing and execution!

    I don’t think that’s too exciting!!

    In fact I think it’s terrible!!

    And I also think that the realignment of Australian politics can’t happen quickly enough.

    BTW, if it were to happen on Monday, unless all the Liberal members of the House of Representatives decide to join Katter and the ALP in a ceremonial non sitting in Parliament, they won’t be in Canberra unless someone has the conjoins to petition for a special meeting of the party to be held.

    Has the flash ‘senior cross bench contact!!’ (which means someone who is not a Liberal) had much to say (breathlessly) about that little problem!!

  51. Leo G

    Can’t get it out of my head.
    Streisand:

    Isn’t it bliss? …
    Don’t you love farce?…
    What a surprise!
    Who could foresee?
    I’d come to feel about you
    What you felt about me
    Why only now, when I see
    That you’ve drifted away?
    What a surprise
    What a cliche
    Isn’t it rich?
    Isn’t it queer?
    Losing my timing this late in my career
    And where are the clowns?
    Quick, send in the clowns
    Don’t bother
    They’re here

  52. .

    Fisky
    #2560062, posted on November 20, 2017 at 10:25 pm
    What I do know is that progressives and libertarians repeat endlessly this mantra ad nauseum (each for their own different reasons).

    There is some common ground though. They see it as an epic form of revenge against their high school bully. You might have taken my adolescence from me, but I’m taking your country! That’s more or less the sentiment.

    WTF?

    Stick to lizard people stories.

  53. Megan

    Seriously? Bishop/Morrison? Seriously?

    If that’s the best on offer then the Libs are finished for the foreseeable future. There is absolutely no chance in hell that this duo of useless, unaccomplished, half-witted, dipsticks will win back even 0.5% of the lost Liberal voters. They are done.

  54. Fisky

    Just look at this video of Bob Katter. The man is a complete fraud!

    https://twitter.com/SimonNRicketts/status/932569276736851968

  55. Joe

    Better to go with fresh meat and a radical conservative agenda at this point I think.

  56. Snoopy

    .
    #2559904, posted on November 20, 2017 at 9:07 pm
    We already know immigration generally has a benefit.

    Ah yes, the famous Chan and Yang paper. The were actually talking about PLU.*

    *People like us

  57. a reader

    let me add…only to get rid of turnbull. It should allow us to get the SHorten experience over and done with sooner.

    Ironic that Katter looks to have outfoxed the lieberals

  58. .

    Ah yes, the famous Chan and Yang paper.

    Tian and Shan.

  59. closeapproximation

    Australians are sick of this shit. If there is any truth in this, the Libs are even more stuffed than we thought.

  60. Art Vandelay

    Bishop-Morrison ticket

    So they’re replacing a champagne socialist incompetent with a champagne socialist and an incompetent?

    You can’t make this stuff up.

  61. Fisky

    Paul Joseph Watson‏Verified account @PrisonPlanet
    4m4 minutes ago

    Angela Merkel once had an approval rating in the mid-70s, now she can’t even form a government. What changed? 🤔 https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/11/19/talks-collapse-germanys-merkel-to-announce-inability-to-form-government/

    Total failure by Merkel. She shouldn’t listen to libertarians, it destroyed her career!

  62. 132andBush

    Re-defining the modern lexicon.

    “Changing the leadership team in the Liberal Party”

    Re-arranging the deck chairs on the Titanic is so twentieth century.

  63. .

    Total failure by Merkel. She shouldn’t listen to libertarians, it destroyed her career!

    She was in a coalition with the Social Democrats. You should have a kip.

  64. Just Interested

    I would take the Conservative Treehouse story seriously if it was a tad more accurate.

    Merkel in fact failed to make a coalition with the Greens and not the Social Democrats.

    The Social Democrats were the junior partner in the last government and had their vote trashed. They said on the German election night not again. They have recently reiterated this.

    Only a little error, I suppose

  65. Snoopy

    Total failure by Merkel. She shouldn’t listen to libertarians, it destroyed her career!

    All is not lost. Mugabe is looking for a woman VP.

  66. Philippa Martyr

    Malotto is alive and well.

  67. .

    I think Mama Merkel wants to grind the AfD and FDP away by having another election. Small parties don’t fare well in situations like this. She gets to make the FDP look unreasonable for having principles and the AfD’s ex-leader ran away and she trashed them when she left.

  68. Ez

    NO CHANCE!!!

    These loyal servants will ensure dear leader has the numbers to… Whoops!

  69. Art Vandelay

    Hasn’t Lord Wentworth threatened to quit and force a by-election if he’s deposed? Bishop could end up being the Opposition leader rather than the PM.

  70. Bruce in WA

    I hope TA is sitting quietly somewhere, just chuckling to himself.

  71. Dr Faustus

    Dying without dignity.
    These people are going to be a long time in opposition.

  72. Bruce in WA

    These people are going to be a long time in opposition.

    And as much as I’d like to see the LNP forced to rebuild, the very concept of life under a punitive Shortarse government is enough to break me out in cold sweats.

    You think the ‘Yes’ mob are vindictive in victory …?

  73. Rob MW

    This is me smiling 🙂 and yes, I do smile………. sometimes !

  74. Makka

    Bishop/Morrison
    Stupid.Fucking.Liberals

    Amen.

  75. H B Bear

    The Performing Stick Insect and ScoMo?

    Seriously. Why bother?

  76. Viva

    Who goes first – Mugabe or Turnbull? Place your bets.

  77. Rev. Archibald

    I for one welcome the arrival of our stick insect overlord.

  78. Stimpson J. Cat

    We already know immigration generally has a benefit.

    F$cking Sigh.

  79. Makka

    We already know immigration generally has a benefit.

    In the past, certainly. Now, not so much.

  80. Ubique

    Turnbull is nowhere to be seen in Bennelong. John Alexander was slow on the uptake but has obviously realised that Turnbull’s mug will cost him votes at every appearance.

  81. BorisG

    We already know immigration generally has a benefit.

    It depends as to what kind of immigration.

  82. Charlie

    We already know immigration generally has a benefit.

    What benefit would that be? We have more unemployed people than there is open jobs and increasing automation is only going to make it worse? With the internet we can import, and find a recipe to, cook all the authentic foreign foods we desire without needing to import a foreign person to do it for us. International travel has now become so cheap that if we want to experience foreign ‘culture’ we can fly overseas or just talk with someone half way around the world over the internet.

  83. Spring is coming

    Peta Cedlin nailed it last night. ‘ Julie Bishop is 100% loyal and can be trusted. Malcolm Turnbull has nothing to fear.’
    As Bolt fell of his chair laughing Credlin grinned.

  84. The Deplorable Barking Toad

    She has a bit of Cat in her!

  85. Unfortunately none of the current generation of progressive politicians in either wing of the party of Davos (aka the Liberal and Labor Party) wants to change the current bipartisan immigration policy; but it must change, and the biggest change has to be: no more refugees. The 1951 UN Refugee Convention has been perverted to justify a vast Third World migration scam. Therefore, refugees must be given aid in situ or as close to their home countries as possible rather than resettled en masse in the West. Look at what has happened in the UK: Moslem ghettos, subsequent chain migration from the Ummah, Sharia law, polygamy, female circumcision, home grown Moslem terrorists. It will all come here.
    I hope you are considering standing for federal parliament as a conservative. You would have my vote .

  86. A Lurker

    RUMOR: A senior cross bench contact tells me that Prime Minister Turnbull will be sacked by Monday. I hear from credible Coalition sources that the Bishop-Morrison ticket is real and is on the march! Turnbull is finished, it is now about timing and execution!

    Bishop-Morrison? Out of the frying pan and into the fire.
    Can the Liberals please offer Australians a sane alternative.
    If not, time for Conservatives to abandon the rapidly sinking ship and ask to join Cory’s party.

  87. sabena

    I doubt they will move by then-there is the Queensland election,and the 2 by elections to consider.However as soon as they are over(17 December) it is all up for grabs.December has a well established reputation as the killing season in politics.

  88. tgs

    Don’t see how bishop scomo would be any better than the current clusterfuck and knifing another pm will guarantee shorten gets up no matter who they replace Turnbull with.

    Libs are fucked either way and good riddance.

  89. Rob

    “RUMOUR : A senior cross bench contact tells me that Prime Minister Turnbull will be sacked by Monday. I hear from credible Coalition sources that the Bishop-Morrison ticket is real …………. ”

    This sort of rubbish isn’t even funny.
    We want the facts not some half arsed RUMOUR.
    If you cannot name the “cross bencher contact” then do not run the line.

  90. Rabz

    A Stick Insect/Morristeen Dream Ticket.

    It would be absolutely bloody hilarious if it wasn’t so ridiculous and we weren’t talking about condemning the country to a Teats Peanuthead/Greenfilth reign of interminable monstrous idiocy.

  91. John Constantine

    Shorten and future australian investment themes.

    Shorten and the greens, the whole no genetically modified agriculture, no Murray Darling Irrigation, no coal, no fracking, no intensive factory animal agriculture, renters to have more rights than landlords things may not happen Bigly, if shorten controls the senate outright himself.

    Importing more solar panels and windmills are a given.

    All i can see is making sure that your kids get good government jobs with benefits, because everything else will deindustrialise.

    The looting cartel, how to get inside it for the Big Payoff?.

  92. Robber Baron

    Can’t wait for Saava’s next article.

  93. Mother Lode

    Bishop-Morrison ticket is real

    Bravo! *slow clap*

    Funny thing is that both of these people only ever had their successes when Abbott had his hand up their backs operating their mouths.

    Morro had OSB, Bishop stood up the Russians to get the Australian dead from the plane shot down over Ukraine.

    Since then, they have been very very ordinary.

  94. destroyer D69

    Bring in Right of Recall legislation as they have in Canada and Great Britain… Then the electorate can take the initiative and drain the swamp instead if having to suffer the self interest cavortings and glib nose thumbing at the Australian population foisted on us by the occupants of what can only be best described as a government singing to a Gilbert and Sullivan songsheet.

  95. Tailgunner

    .
    #2559868, posted on November 20, 2017 at 8:48 pm
    TAILGUNNER

    BAD SAMARITAN

    YOU GETTING ANY ACTION?

    I’m on for Dutton! May have to get on Skeletor @4/1…

  96. Joe

    Bring in Right of Recall legislation as they have in Canada and Great Britain…

    This is insufficient as we see from the example of GB. Also bring in treason charges for attempting to influence a MP or senator. Said influence being defined as causing the MP to vote contrary to the wishes of his electorate. Senator to vote contrary to the wishes of the state government.

  97. Winston

    C’mon, isn’t there a skerrick of Potential Greatness(TM) in the proposal? Anyone?

  98. Joe

    Forgot to add that the treason charge should apply to the MP or senator as well as the those attempting to influence the MP or senator.

  99. .

    This is insufficient as we see from the example of GB. Also bring in treason charges for attempting to influence a MP or senator. Said influence being defined as causing the MP to vote contrary to the wishes of his electorate. Senator to vote contrary to the wishes of the state government.

    How are you going to do this for sxith and twelfth order elected Senators?

    Loopy stuff Joe. Have a kip.

    Work as an election worker just once. A lot of the esteemed electorate gets up at 11 am and votes stoned for muh welfare and wouldn’t know what they were voting for otherwise.

  100. Joe

    How are you going to do this for sxith and twelfth order elected Senators?

    Senator to vote contrary to the wishes of the state government.Idiot.

  101. destroyer D69

    The push back has to start somewhere If enough people are aware of the existence of these laws in other countries then thy can justifiably ask for them here . Any politician who will not support this introduction is surely signalling an unwillingness to let the people who voted them into power dismiss them of their performance is justifiably wanting . This response , in my opinion,is a demonstration of an “I.m here for the term of office and there is stuff all you can do about it”attitude from Canberra.

  102. .

    Oh yeah right. Treason for not voting lockstep with Dan Andrews!

    What could possibly go wrong?

  103. Wilma

    I am in the position where both Federally and State I find the Liberal leaders leave a lot to be desired but will be voting for the LNP solely due to Dutton and Mander . Heaven knows we need all the sane logical and analytical people that we can get.

  104. max

    Politics is for our entertainment value. The system is rigged. It is not open to outsiders. The higher the office, the less it is open to outsiders. The more power the office seems to offer, the more guarded it is.

    The Senate is a vetted organization. The party’s hierarchy screens the candidates. Then the media screen the two rivals. If one of them deviates from the acceptable limits of discourse, the media come down on the side of the candidate who accepts today’s Federal government. No one gets through the party’s vetting who is hostile to the state.

    IN THE HEARTS OF THE PEOPLE
    In the eighth century B.C., the prophet Isaiah warned the nation of Judah: “How the faithful city has become an harlot! It was full of justice; righteousness lodged in it; but now murderers. Your silver has become dross, your wine mixed with water: Your princes are rebellious, and companions of thieves; every one loves bribes, and follows after rewards. They do not defend the fatherless, nor does the cause of the widow come before them” (Isaiah 1:21-23). But he did not lay the blame solely on the rulers; he laid it on the whole nation: “Alas, sinful nation, a people laden with iniquity, a brood of evildoers, children who are corrupters! They have forsaken the LORD, they have provoked to anger the Holy One of Israel, they are turned away backward” (Isaiah 1:4).
    Isaiah recognized that the rulers were representatives of the people. The rulers did evil things because the people in their own lives were also doing evil things. This is not to say that all the people were guilty of rebellion. The prophet Elijah was told that a remnant still existed in Israel: a small group of seven thousand people who had not bowed to Baal (1 Kings 19:18). But the majority of the nation was involved in rebellion. Their political institutions had not preserved the nation from evil.
    Friedrich Hayek wrote in 1944 in The Road to Serfdom that in a political order that promotes compulsory wealth transfers, the worst people will rise to the top. The lure of power increases when power is concentrated at the top. The ruthlessness required to rise to power in such a power-driven political order will ensure that the worst get on top. He wrote this in the era of Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin.
    Hayek’s critics denied his argument. They denied that it was socialism as such that allowed Hitler and Stalin to come to power.

    As long as majority of people do not believe this:

    Thou shalt not steal. Even by majority vote.

    nothing will change

    Gary North

  105. Joe

    Thou shalt not steal. Even by majority vote.

    Or even by religious fiat.

  106. Howard Hill

    So they’re going to replace the turd from point pooftah with the prawn from district 9, ensuring Bill Shoein a place at the head of the trough.

    Why do these people hate us and this cuntry so much?

  107. Henry

    Sacked by Monday? You are full of shit Adams, as per usual.

    Turnbull can’t be ‘sacked’ without a party room meeting, and now that he’s cancelled next week’s House of Reps sitting, the next party room meeting will not be held until the week beginning 4/12.

  108. thefrolickingmole

    Insects deathmatch.

    Wafferoach vs the performing stick insect..

    Having finally digested the carcass of the last leader the stick insect waits patiently at the waffleroach hole where her next meal is in hiding…

  109. Philippa Martyr

    Malotto contenders – if this all comes off:

    1-Dec-17 pete m
    4-Dec-17 stackja
    7-Dec-17 bystander
    14-Dec-17 John64

    28-Feb-18 Damienski
    6-Jun-18 Zippy the Younger
    18-Aug-18 Marcus
    18-May-19 Slayer of Memes
    23-Jun-19 Andrew
    1-Nov-19 thefrolickingmole
    2-Nov-19 Bruce of Newcastle

  110. thefrolickingmole

    The wafferoch wont be removed, I have faith in the powers of the waffle.

  111. Philippa Martyr

    Has Nikki Savva done the scene from Downfall yet?

  112. .

    Part of me can’t stop thinking this is deliberate “delcon” trolling. Or at least a way for Mick Trumble to test loyalties.

  113. mh

    Update: Coalition MP goes public…. sack Turnbull or I will quit Coalition

    Which Coalition MP has gone public? Did I miss something in that Andrew Bolt piece?

  114. Dr Faustus

    Yes, it’s at the point of failure for Turnbull and the Liberal Party. But, in any supposedly functioning organisation, if someone pops up with ‘I’m quitting unless...’ the correct answer is ‘go, now‘.

  115. Linden

    It’s a pity the two ronnies are not around to make merriment of it all

  116. john

    Here’s hoping it’s goodnight from him.

  117. Dr Fred Lenin

    Don’t be over sure that shortass will have an easy run to the lodge ,the alp is in trouble with the gangrene winning Nortcote in Vic state by election ,poofter bandit won fitzroy from them , and the inner suburbs are full of rabbits who think communist fascism isn’t such a bad idea ,they know all about the USSR , they were at primary school when it imploded . If you think a shortass corrupt unionmafia government is bad ,wait till you get a unionmafia /communist fascist coalition one . Perhaps it would be a blessing in disguise ,they would carry on so stupidly the people would Destroy them in an a election and consign narkcism to the rubbish bin of history. Career politicians are shit ,vermin to be treated like cane toads or rats . ‘

  118. Irreversible

    Junior backbench sources tell me Abbott will be PM by Tuesday. Abetz to get DFAT. Andrews to get Environment. It’s on, for sure.

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