NSW Votes 2019

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283 Responses to NSW Votes 2019

  1. candy

    It is strange the media has not given Gladys B. more praise.

    She is gay too apparently, so you would think that would overcome the Liberal part, for the Left media.

  2. Dr Fred Lenin

    The fool morrison surely didnt ask Stan the Tan Man to become a lib did he ? Utter foolishness,Hey morro I dont think the alp wants the Krudster any more nobody likes him,one senior alp man said “the only people who like Rudd are those who dont know him ,”. why dont you call him ,hes homesick and therese doesnt want him under her feet but watch your back if he accepts .

  3. Cassie of Sydney

    “candy
    #2968559, posted on March 24, 2019 at 12:42 pm
    It is strange the media has not given Gladys B. more praise.

    She is gay too apparently, so you would think that would overcome the Liberal part, for the Left media.”

    Gladys is NOT gay…not that there is anything wrong with that.

  4. Notafan

    Gladys is Amenian, her grandparents were orphaned in the Armenian genocide.

    I guess she knows what is what

  5. candy

    Cassie
    I was under the impression she had a close female friend or partner, but just for privacy issues meant the lady was not introduced at this stage.

  6. Cassie of Sydney

    Has anyone noticed that the venal, hypocritical, blond Yank…KKeneally…..hasn’t offered congrats to Glad. Gillard has.

  7. Baldrick

    Keneally has actually …

    Kristina Keneally @KKeneally
    Congratulations to all the ALP candidates who stood up in NSW for Labor values of fairness & equality. Thank you to ALP rank & file members who campaigned tirelessly. Congratulations to @GladysB and to all the winners tonight – both within the ALP & from all political parties.
    9:06 PM · Mar 23, 2019 ·

  8. Cassie of Sydney

    “Baldrick
    #2968572, posted on March 24, 2019 at 1:02 pm
    Keneally has actually …”

    Thanks Baldrick.

  9. Cassie of Sydney

    “candy
    #2968568, posted on March 24, 2019 at 12:54 pm
    Cassie
    I was under the impression she had a close female friend or partner, but just for privacy issues meant the lady was not introduced at this stage.”

    Candy, I’m not aware of it….and I know some of her inner circle. Gladys chose a career…firstly as a banker and then in politics. Gladys, like a lot of other sensible Liberal women, knows that you “can’t have it all”. She has chosen to devote her life to her career. She has always recognised the hollow and vacuous mantras of the left and particularly leftist women who bullshit on and on about glass ceilings and having it all.

    And if she is “gay”, who cares?

  10. struth

    Cassie of Sydney, I have asked you a question on the open thread I hoped you could clear up for me

  11. Baldrick

    Mark Latham on double-dipping State and Federal payrolls:

    Annabel Crabb ✔ @annabelcrabb
    Mark Latham elected to NSW upper house. Adding a state MP’s salary to his existing federal pension. Maybe it’s time for him to donate his federal super to charity as he promised to do back when he was abolishing the scheme for everybody but himself?
    ___
    Real Mark Latham @RealMarkLatham
    Airhead Annabel Crabb not knowing the rules in politics (again).
    No such double dipping, of course.
    I go onto State MP salary, nothing else.
    How do taxpayers’ dollars fund this idiot’s salary – that’s the big waste.
    More ABC incompetence/stupidity.

  12. Cassie of Sydney

    “Annabel Crabb ✔ @annabelcrabb
    Mark Latham elected to NSW upper house. Adding a state MP’s salary to his existing federal pension. Maybe it’s time for him to donate his federal super to charity as he promised to do back when he was abolishing the scheme for everybody but himself?”

    Did Crabbface ask the same question of KKeneally or Bob Carr?

  13. Baldrick

    Did Crabbface ask the same question of KKeneally or Bob Carr?

    Of course not Cassie.
    It’s always the side for Leftards, never the principle.

  14. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    No federal implications, but NSW vote a wake-up call: Shorten

    Rebecca Urban
    National Education Correspondent
    @RurbsOz
    28 minutes ago March 24, 2019
    No Comments

    Federal ALP leader Bill Shorten has moved to dismiss concerns that the NSW election result presented a blow for own campaign to become prime minister, but conceded that the rise of micro party and independent candidates was a wake-up call.

    “I think it would be fair to say there weren’t many federal implications [but] rarely is there an election you can’t learn something from,” said Mr Shorten.

    “The rise of some of these smaller parties and independents show that no major party can take the voter for granted.

    “Every election is a wake up call.

    “The challenge or the lesson for me out of yesterday is to keep putting forward a long-term view of the nation and keep putting forward a vision.

    “It’s not enough to rely on the fact that you’re not the other party, you’ve got to offer a plan.”

    However Mr Shorten, in the Melbourne suburb of Cranbourne with Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews this morning to announce a $1.7 billion infrastructure spending blitz, declined to comment on the likelihood of Mark Latham’s return to politics after a 14-year hiatus. Mr Latham, the controversial former federal Labor leader, appears poised to secure an upper house seat for One Nation.

    “He brings his fed parliamentary pension but … I don’t know,” said Mr Shorten. “I find talking about Mark Latham gets us nowhere.”

    From the Oz.

  15. Dr Fred Lenin

    Saying turnbull will maybe make a comeback in federal politics is stretching credulity a bit . His beloved labor party will reject him for the fourth time,they may be a pack of criminal misfits ,but they do have standards of a sort . The conservatives and lowesteens mob wouldnt touch him with a 40 metre pole with a health inpector on the end . Dont think hes silly enough for admission to the gangrenes ,hes not communist enough. So its back to the liberals ,dont think he would like it now that most of the left wing traitors have taken the money and ran ,even his favourite poof pyne . So its unlikely he will have another go at destroying Australia for goldman sachs .
    Dont worry about him,the Cayman account is bursting with funny lightbulb and renewables money ,hes not short of a qu

  16. a reader

    Gladys is NOT gay. That’s the most pathetic rumour. She has cabinet ministers who are openly gay but she is not herself.

  17. Notafan

    I know plenty of normal women who have chosen career over marriage and family.

    And not being gay in the circumstances is a very good thing, we don’t need any more politicians pushing gay marriage and other pet interests down the public’s throats.

  18. egg_

    I thought Gladys’ beau was a fit, younger bloke – go Glad!

  19. Chris M

    Nuts how country people keep voting for Nationals, how rusted on can you get? Like welded… Nationals are utterly useless and have no reason to even exist. Bunch of fogeys collecting a fat paycheck each week for doing zip.

  20. candy

    Maybe she has chosen career over marriage/children. She would be quite a catch for a well setup gentleman though.

  21. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Saying turnbull will maybe make a comeback in federal politics is stretching credulity a bit

    Gotta love your analysis of this above, Dr. Fred.
    Good onya, in Old Bloke language. Too right, cobber.
    You are a treasure.

  22. Leigh Lowe

    Cassie of Sydney

    #2968593, posted on March 24, 2019 at 1:25 pm

    “Annabel Crabb  @annabelcrabb
    Mark Latham elected to NSW upper house. Adding a state MP’s salary to his existing federal pension. Maybe it’s time for him to donate his federal super to charity as he promised to do back when he was abolishing the scheme for everybody but himself?”

    Did Crabbface ask the same question of KKeneally or Bob Carr?

    No.
    But why is it that Latham’s pension is constantly raised?
    Mainly because he was the suicide bomber who blew up the old Parliamentary Snouts in the Trough scheme in 2004.
    The current crop of pollies hates his guts for that.

  23. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Re Gladys’ family history – the Armenian holocaust is still very much front of political life in the Armenian quarter in Jerusalem where we had an Armenian meal. Lots of memorabilia in that restaurant and in the young waiter’s heartfelt words about it. Many Greek families, such of that of my archaeologist friend who stay with us recently, also still recall in closely held memory the great-grandparental generations killed when the Turks expelled and/or massacred the Eastern Greek populations from Turkey.

    As for Gladys’ private life, if she wishes it to remain private let it be so. I have no information as to where her personal inclinations lie and need none of that to continue to admire her political presence and general competence.

  24. egg_

    Did Crabbface ask the same question of KKeneally or Bob Carr?

    Was Busted-Crab on the menu in Kitchen Cabinet?

  25. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    He brings his fed parliamentary pension but … I don’t know,” said Mr Shorten. “I find talking about Mark Latham gets us nowhere.”

    Shorten getting the knife in there under the ribs while claiming not to bring up the man’s existence.

  26. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Real Mark Latham @RealMarkLatham
    Airhead Annabel Crabb not knowing the rules in politics (again).
    No such double dipping, of course.
    I go onto State MP salary, nothing else.
    How do taxpayers’ dollars fund this idiot’s salary – that’s the big waste.
    More ABC incompetence/stupidity.

    A Trump-worthy riposte. Hang on for the Latham ride, this is going to be FUN.

  27. Cassie of Sydney

    “A Trump-worthy riposte. Hang on for the Latham ride, this is going to be FUN.”

    Bravo Latham……there needs to be more of this….throws the excrement back in their faces.

  28. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Last point on electioneering from me, to assist Cats volunteering in the Federal election.

    Be clear of when and where you are to turn up. Allow travel and parking time. Stay in touch.
    Wear comfortable shoes and clothing, always looking neat and tidy. Logo T-shirts if they are available.
    If you can, assist the disabled gain an easy entry but remember you are not an electoral official.
    Never ever take electoral materials into the non-allowed area. Take a non-logo t-shirt to wear over the Party one and remove logo’d hat if you have to use toilets within the electoral boundaries. They are considered electoral materials.
    Take some food bars and some bottled water; absolute essentials for non-stop performance.
    Take a pen and a few small pieces of paper for writing on – names, phone no’s.
    Take your charged phone and a watch for keeping track of your shift contacting others.
    If not being clearly being provided take a small fold-up table and a couple of chairs; at least a chair.
    Don’t take your usual handbag if female; use a small shoulder bag of essentials you can wear or leave in an unobtrusive spot near your table and chair spot and/or your Party’s core flute poster set up. You won’t be able to watch it all the time for possible thefts so leave credit cards in the car, or take cash only.
    WEAR A HAT, there is often no shade. Stick it on the table if you don’t need it. Also take an umbrella.

    As Helen says, have a few versions of your Party pitch ready and use as you see fit.

    Treat yourself to a gin and tonic at the end of it all in the pub, or get a freebie at The Party Party.

  29. Percy Popinjay

    Just had a lengthy conversation with the unsuccessful candidate. We both agreed that there is no other option except to head to the Civic next Friday evening and crack onto some supremely hot rock’n’roll bimbettes.

    You know it makes sense, I tells ya. 🙂

  30. duncanm

    Even Antony Green is surprised howlaxy the NSW electoral commission has become:

    If you thought the count was a bit slow on Saturday night, that’s because it was.

    The data was all over the place early on, and it set a mighty task for my election computers to make sense of it.

    I had to keep double-checking the numbers before I was confident of calling anything.

    In Victoria, we had all booths in before 10:00pm on election night, but the counting in NSW extended into Sunday.

    – ABC election analyst Antony Green

    .. oh and don’t forget they’re not even going to bother starting to count beyond the chosen 7 until Wed.

  31. stackja

    Coalition wins majority government in NSW with 47th seats
    Julian Drape, The Daily Telegraph
    11 minutes ago
    Subscriber only

    The Berejiklian government has secured a majority in NSW by winning a 47th seat in the 93-seat lower house following the weekend’s election.

    The coalition was returned to power on Saturday for a third-straight term but it wasn’t immediately clear if it had won enough seats to govern in its own right.

    That question was answered on Monday when Nationals candidate Dugald Saunders was declared the winner in Dubbo by ABC election analyst Antony Green following an extremely close count.

    Dubbo had previously been held by the retiring former Nationals leader Troy Grant.

    Green also called Lismore as a Labor gain on Monday afternoon with former federal MP Janelle Saffin taking the seat from the Nationals.

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