A most exciting time

OK Cats.  Close your eyes, pretend it is May 2020.  Watch the following you tube video and make the following changes:

  • Replace references to Prime Minister with Opposition Leader
  • Replace references to the Liberal Party with the Labor Party
  • Replace references to Communications Minister with Shadow Whatever Minister Bill Shorten is appointed to
  • Replace references to the Government with the Opposition
  • Replace references to Malcolm Turnbull with Bill Shorten
  • Replace references to Tony Abbott with Anthony Albanese

Change the names and titles and you have TAFKAS’ prediction

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17 Responses to A most exciting time

  1. stackja

    Usual politics Australia style.

  2. Colonel Crispin Berka

    Almost literally a Malcontent TurnBill.

    Poetic perhaps, TAFKAS. But has there been any recent event, any sign, of Shorten having another go? What’s brought on this sudden outburst of prognostication?

  3. Poetic perhaps, TAFKAS. But has there been any recent event, any sign, of Shorten having another go? What’s brought on this sudden outburst of prognostication?

    Policies change. Fashions change. Speech patterns change. Ambitions?

    Shorten is 52. He will be 55 come next election. Tick tock.

    History suggests a comeback is possible, albeit difficult. Shorten is 52. Hawke became prime minister at 54, Keating at 47, John Howard at 56, Kevin Rudd at 50, Julia Gillard at 48, Tony Abbott at 55, Malcolm Turnbull at 60 and Scott Morrison at 50

  4. Percy Popinjay

    Teats Peanuthead’s political corpse is dead and buried, but not yet cremated.

    A resurrection is possible, given the inevitable unrelenting incompetence and negative electoral appeal of the Albodross.

    Teats simply hasn’t got the stomach for the hard yards involved in being opposition leader during the first two years of a parliamentary term – not for the third time in a row, anyway.

    The chances of the Albodross being opposition leader going into the next election? Negligible.

    So instead, imagine it’s May 2021, TAFKAS.

  5. David C

    What a complete p…k

  6. Mark

    Turnbull did not lose an un-losable election…..and then blame vested interests at the “big end of town”.
    Politically, Shorten is history. The Labor party has better options.

  7. Rob MW

    It’s only once in awhile that it’s possible to witness a man with ambitions to be turd and succeed.

  8. nb

    Replace references to Prime Minister with Opposition Leader
    Replace references to the Liberal Party with the Labor Party
    Replace references to Communications Minister with Shadow Whatever Minister Bill Shorten is appointed to
    Replace references to the Government with the Opposition
    Replace references to Malcolm Turnbull with Bill Shorten
    Replace references to Tony Abbott with Anthony Albanese

    Kind of. Turnbull:
    Replaced the Prime Minister with the Opposition Leader
    Replaced the Liberal Party with the Labor Party
    Replaced the Government with the Opposition
    etc
    And he might have said ‘I will to do my best to campaign against the Liberal Party in all forthcoming elections.’

  9. Can you provide a transcript? I refuse to watch any video that features Australia’s Biggest Loser.

  10. Neville

    Sorry TAFKAS. I got less than a minute into it, and couldn’t stand the drone of the Turdball. Off it went.

  11. Amused

    Politically, Shorten is history. The Labor party has better options.

    Deregistration?

  12. Pro Eng

    With you Neville! I stopped it around 1 min. Can not stand his voice or his movement from one foot to the other. Could not put another image in his place -union thug rapist could not meld into an image.

  13. Up The Workers!

    “The Labor(sic) Party has better options.”

    They thought so, too.

    They chose the “An-Al” one!

    (Says a lot about what they were replacing).

  14. Ubique

    Will Shorten’s missus hang around now that he’s a dead duck?

  15. J.H.

    But they are not allowed to. Labor made rools and swore an oath over a glass of warm beer prohibiting the stabbing of comrade Dear Leaders.

    The only way they can get rid of Dear Leaders now is to invite them to a Workplace and drop an anvil on their heads.

  16. Petros

    Have they not circumvented that rule by An-Al being elected leader without requiring a vote, J.H.?

  17. John A

    Amused #3030310, posted on May 30, 2019, at 9:52 pm

    Politically, Shorten is history. The Labor party has better options.

    Deregistration?

    But he has already denied it.

    Put money on it, TAFKAS!

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