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They really do want to turn out our lights. First Ms Steggles, via Andrew Bolt: TONY ABBOTT IN WAR FOR THE SEAT THAT MOST DECIDES OUR FUTURE.

No wonder Tony Abbott feels hunted. The former prime minister is under savage attack because he holds the most important seat in this election.

So much will change if Abbott loses Warringah on Saturday to global-warming extremist Zali Steggall, the former skiing champion.

Global warming will become our dominant religion, the power of militant activists will soar, Liberal conservatives will be cowed and, given the swing needed, the Liberals will have lost the election.

The country will change. The Liberals will change.

And then there’s this from another within the green-side up brigade: Alex Turnbull teams up with GetUp as the voice of robocalls in key Victorian seats.

Malcolm Turnbull’s son Alex Turnbull has teamed up with left wing activist group GetUp to record robocall messages urging voters in key Victorian seats not to vote Liberal in Saturday’s federal election.

In Liberal backbencher Kevin Andrews’s eastern Melbourne seat of Menzies, voters will be played a radio clip of Alex Turnbull saying the Coalition is in chaos and doesn’t deserve anyone’s vote.

In Health Minister Greg Hunt’s Mornington Peninsula seat of Flinders, a recorded message will be sent to 17,000 voters, featuring Alex Turnbull saying, “we need more people who want action on climate change.”

The apple never falls far from the tree, worms and all.

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19 Responses to Dim bulbs

  1. Rossini

    What can I say except……..If Labor “get up” Australia is fucked!

  2. Bruce in WA

    Rossini … + 100 gazillion!

  3. paulychosen

    Around the seat of Deakin, somebody has been putting up signs saying Micheal Sukkar voted to dump Malcolm Turnbullshit.

    Just another reason to vote for Sukkar

  4. Roger

    What can I say except……..If Labor “get up” Australia is fucked!

    That very much depends on

    1) the size of any Labor victory

    2) the make up of the senate

    &

    3) whether the L/NP can get themselves together enough in opposition to prevent Labor getting a 2nd term

  5. Motelier

    Of course if Old Jellyback looses Warringah, the SFL will take that as a sign that they should move further left of the centre of politics.

  6. 3) whether the L/NP can get themselves together enough in opposition to prevent Labor getting a 2nd term

    ahaha.. hahaha. hahahah.. hah..

  7. Deplorable

    Rossini
    #3013827, posted on May 16, 2019 at 6:01 pm
    What can I say except……..If Labor “get up” Australia is fucked!

    Totally agree but I am afraid even if the left wing libs get up Australia is fucked. We have lost the country to the 3rd world hordes and the millionaire socialists that infest Australia.
    Voted early and was astonished to see the wife a major landholding local farmer spruiking for the socialist labor filth. I suppose she wants to share their possibly $20-50 million assets with the welfare friends of Sh*tten while they screw smsf soon to be paupers of their franking credits. Climate scam is bullsh*t and will bankrupt the country. Vote Anning candidates one to have patriots in the Senate.

  8. Bruce

    It’s a trap, Jin!

    Blue helmets on Oz soil in less than a decade.

  9. Dr Fred Lenin

    Perhaps if the reds get in a new Brexit type party might spring up ,Im sure Aussies are just as pissed off with the arrogant elites as the British and American deploreables are .tart on the local councils get rid of the gangrenes and commos, then the states ,finally canbera ,sweep the scum into he rubbish bins .

  10. jock

    Hawke passes away. Labor will play this for all its worth tomorrow.

  11. mem

    jock
    #3013912, posted on May 16, 2019 at 8:00 pm
    Hawke passes away. Labor will play this for all its worth tomorrow.
    Watching rugby when news of Bob Hawke’s death announced. Some clips of Hawke then over to Bill Shorten for a tribute but he performed like a drowning goldfish with a straw up its nose. How embarrassing.Bill Shorten is definitively not PM material.

  12. Will Billion Dollar Bill shed a tear or two?
    Stay tuned.

  13. a reader

    Dollar Bill will be in fake tears tomorrow comforted by Plibers. You watch. Anything for a win. Sadly they will politicise the death of a former PM to their advantage. Don’t you know it.

  14. duncanm

    Alex Turnbull is indeed like his old man.

    It has nothing to do with belief. He sees an opportunity to accelerate the climate catastrophe gravy train that he’s hitched his wagon to. Golden rivers of financial instruments he can take a cut from.

    Its just a sleazy money grab. Nothing more.

  15. Ian of Brisbane

    China is building over 1,000 coal generators.

    The idea that Australia can do anything is nonsense.

    The idea that the Australian government can pass legislation that will change the weather is farcical.

  16. miltonf

    What kind of a party makes a wanna be ALP politician its leader and gives its core supporters the finger?

  17. JohnL

    What can I say except……..If Labor “get up” Australia is fucked!

    Labor or Liberals – Australia gets fucked!
    The difference is that if Labor gets in it will be sharp, short fuck, called rape.
    If Libs get in it will be slower, more gentle fuck but the fuck nevertheless.
    At least the voters have a choice. After all, we live in a democracy and in a democracy, we have a choice.

  18. Percy Popinjay

    So much will change if Abbott loses Warringah on Saturday to global-warming extremist Zarlee Steggles

    I’d like to think that Yabbott will romp it in, but the 2016 Warringah result could be instructive here.

    This election there will be a split in the non Yabbott vote between Steggles and the labore and greenfilth candidates, but most of the preferences up for grabs in those votes would likely flow back to Steggles. I’m not sure that there are any other candidates whose preferences would likely flow back to Yabbott in significant numbers.

    I reckon if Yabbott gets less than about 45% of the first preference votes (he got almost 52% in 2016), he’s toast.

  19. vicki

    Dim bulbs? I thought it was a post about Rugby Australia!

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