Abbott, Abbott, Abbott

This morning on AM Agenda Nick Champion claimed that the Liberals were in a marriage of convenience with the Greens. While I’m happy to believe that the ALP government doesn’t communicate with its own back bench, Champion should, at least, read the papers – even if he only looks at the pictures.

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48 Responses to Abbott, Abbott, Abbott

  1. Rabz says:

    In 1994 he joined the Shop Distributive and Allied Employees’ Association and was later employed as an official. While employed at the union, Nick was an organiser, training officer and occupational health & safety officer.

    He was the President of the South Australian branch of the ALP in 2005-6 and he has completed a Graduate Diploma in Communication from the University of South Australia.

    So another laybore genius with oodles of real world life experience.

    Not.

  2. ShoppersInformation.com says:

    Great Find Rabz

    someone really needs to start a blog Fisking the backgrounds of Australias media commentators.

  3. H B Bear says:

    I expect we’ll see that picture a bit during the 2013 election campaign.

    Another example of Juliar’s brilliant negotiation skills.

  4. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B. says:

    You just have to laugh. Bolt shows how, with The Ape song

  5. hammygar says:

    This is just abject vilification of a really fine man, an idealist, and (if I were religious), a saint. One day you’ll all wake up and realise “Hey, he was right after all”.

  6. boy on a bike says:

    This is just abject vilification of a really fine man, an idealist, and (if I were religious), a saint. One day you’ll all wake up and realise “Hey, he was right after all”.

    If you’re talking about Barnaby Joyce, you’re spot on for once.

  7. Supplice says:

    Nick Champion claimed that the Liberals were in a marriage of convenience with the Greens

    Really?

  8. Peter Patton says:

    One day you’ll all wake up and realise “Hey, he was right after all”

    Yes, of course. How silly. A Xian advocating world government really is the messiah! Please.

  9. C.L. says:

    This morning on AM Agenda Nick Champion claimed that the Liberals were in a marriage of convenience with the Greens.

    Ahahahahaha.

  10. Rafe says:

    Re Sinc’s comment about Nick reading the papers, cut him some slack man, I don’t read the papers until mid morning or later.

  11. H B Bear says:

    Nick Champion’s CV suggests he is a man who is content to let Labor head office do his thinking for him.

    Just the way they like it.

  12. Phil E Steyn says:

    Love the look on Wayne Gooses face…. I think he’s saying to himself “Mug”
    A bit tangental I realise, but how does Juliar reckon it’s Abbott’s fault that the off shore solution to illegal immigration isn’t in place?
    Surely it’s the Greens who have scuppered that.

  13. Gab says:

    The Greens and the Supreme Court, Phil.

  14. Peter Patton says:

    Very interesting. Just found out that Christine Milne is a Roman Catholic. Wonder how much the Greens are a front for weirdo theo-environmentalism? Perhaps really getting right back to Roman Catholic pagan roots?

  15. C.L. says:

    Very interesting. Just found out that Christine Milne is a Roman Catholic.

    Just like homosexual icon Oscar Wilde.

  16. Rabz says:

    Just found out that Christine Milne is a Roman Catholic.

    The festering zombie is a lapsed adherent as well.

  17. Peter Patton says:

    Are you sure Rabz? I think we still should watch her very closely.

  18. Samson Agonistes says:

    There’s a definite connection between Catholicism and doctrinaire positions on the right and left.

  19. Rabz says:

    The festering zombie is a lapsed adherent as well.

    The zombie in question is the greenies’ erstwhile leader.

  20. C.L. says:

    I presume the “festering zombie” is homosexual Bob Brown, right?

    On the upside, at least he didn’t become a pretend Jew on the say-so of his boyfriend.

    So he has some balls.

  21. brc says:

    It’s bad enough they staged their little wedding ceremony, but why did the Labor party members agree to the stupid flower brooches. I mean – talk about obeying every single one of your brides’ idiotic requests without the cojones to say ‘no’.

    The way this went down and the subsequent lies broken, you’d swear it was the Greens with a majority, not the Labor party.

  22. Rococo Liberal says:

    Just like homosexual icon Oscar Wilde.

    Relevance?

  23. C.L. says:

    What were they actually signing that day, brc? That’s what intrigues me.

  24. Tom says:

    The way this went down and the subsequent lies broken, you’d swear it was the Greens with a majority, not the Labor party.

    Among that rabble, only Albo has a degree in political head-kicking. Gillard skipped all the classes. It wouldn’t have made any difference because she’s as thick as 10 bricks. They’ll move on her in the next 6-8 weeks, I’d say.

  25. Peter Patton says:

    Relevance?

    The sick fuck is just defecating his kooky psychosexual obsession with Roman Catholic males, even it seems when the current obsession was actually an Anglican!

  26. brc says:

    What were they actually signing that day, brc? That’s what intrigues me.

    One can only guess, I think.

    Something along the lines of ‘I, Julia Gillard, hereby promise to break major election promises, ignore the people who voted for our party, and destroy the Labor party support base because of my undying love for a hard-left socialist agenda sold under the guise of liking trees’.

    The Greens are certainly good at one thing – virtually nothing leaks from within that party.

    I think the photo will go down in history as Labor’s biggest blunder ever. It was the moment that figuratively gave birth the carbon tax, renegging of promises and blindly pursuing a policy path the public had already lost interest in.

    Future historians and commenters will note that no formal alliance was needed, there was no threat of the Greens ever supporting Tony Abbott in either the house or the senate.

    But just another day in the office for the clumsy-in-chief, I guess. She wasn’t even bright enough to bring in more cabinet people to show who was the majority partner, letting the Greens outnumber Labor badly.

  27. Gab says:

    What were they actually signing that day

    Australia’s economic death warrant. Here.

  28. Aqualung says:

    Dammit, the harridan is actually smiling while signing.

  29. Rabz says:

    On the upside, at least he didn’t become a pretend Jew on the say-so of his boyfriend.

    Who did?

  30. C.L. says:

    Relevance?

    RL, mature-age arts plonker, Peter – presently writing a “paper” – likes to boast about his life as a drug-fuelled luvvie homosexual. (Back in the late 1970s). He thinks of himself as the Oscar Wilde of the blogosphere. He doesn’t like being reminded that Wilde the gay icon loved Catholicism and converted to the One True Faith. That’s hard for Pete because he adheres strictly to the anti-Catholic Know-Nothingism of the the US televangelists and the Ku Klux Klan. He is really a doppelganger of Bob Brown in every way.

  31. Ellen of Tasmania says:

    Nick Champion claimed that the Liberals were in a marriage of convenience with the Greens.

    Does that make the Greens polygamists?

  32. Abu Chowdah says:

    Peter’s still butt-hurt over the last few weeks at the Cat.

  33. Peter Patton says:

    Abu, I’ve had some decent conversations with you in the past. But lately, you’re a bit obsessed with dicks, men’s bums, anal sex, and the like. I’m not interested in discussing that stuff on a blog about liberalism and politics. There are other posters here who share those current interests of yours. You’ll get more satisfaction discussing it with them. Peace.

  34. perturbed says:

    The LIBERALS and the Greens? Sorry, I have to ask what drugs this man is taking.

  35. Splatacrobat says:

    Milne wants to postpone the surplus……somehow I think this is not be the get out of jail free card that Swan needs or wants.

  36. blogstrop says:

    There’s something Rocky Horror Show about that photo of the signing.
    As to Catholics, I admire their stoicism in the face of things like the Rainbow Alliance that has colonised what’s left of the protestant churches.

  37. Peter Patton says:

    Very appropriate to point out the stoic elements in Roman Catholicism; along with its polytheism, incense, and so on.

  38. Peter Patton says:

    Main difference is that a Roman pontiff actually fucked, and had children. Even more so the pontifex maximus! I think this partly explains CL’s – once more – ‘splitting’ over Oscar Wilde. CL can’t decide between his faggy desire for another bloke he – wrongly – thinks is a Roman Catholic, when that same bloke actually fucked, married a sheilah, and had 3 children. All things CL will never do.

  39. wreckage says:

    FFS, Patton, you’re being a stampy little thread-derailer. Go have a tanty elsewhere.

  40. Peter Patton says:

    suck it up bitch.

  41. Peter Patton says:

    It was Captain Catholic who wrecked.

  42. Gab says:

    you kiss your lover with that mouth, PP

  43. C.L. says:

    It was Captain Catholic who wrecked.

    No it wasn’t, Sergeant Sodomy.

    In a thread about the weird things being claimed pursuant to irrational hatred of Tony Abbott, you cluelessly came out of the closet as someone who actually agrees with the AbbottAbbotAbbott nutcases. You hate Abbott because he’s a Catholic.

    And Pete – one more time: YOU’RE the homosexual, not me. The old 1980s trick of labelling your interlocutor gay in order to cause distress, embarrassment and silence doesn’t work anymore.

    And yes, Oscar Wilde was a Catholic.

    Re Roman Catholic, this is legitimate usage when it acts as a means of differentiating the Latin and Eastern rites. It is not offensive, particularly. See also Pete the Plonker’s self-beclowning over use of ‘X’ and “rock choppers” – also not offensive.

    But yes, the Catholic Church of which the Bishop of Rome is earthly leader, is indeed the same Ecclesiam catholicam of the Apostle’s Creed. Having mentioned and celebrated Oscar Wilde, we also acknowledge another English convert, Cardinal Newman, for explaining why. How right he was is amply demonstrated when anyone looks to the alternative.

    So wrong again, Pete.

    Good luck with the “paper,” sweety.

  44. Peter Patton says:

    The issue is actually the revelation that Christine Milne is a Roman Catholic. The rest about the Anglican Oscar Wilde and the whole ‘splitting’ is all yours, and another expression of your now pathological lying; no doubt related to your yearning to be Ricky’s Girl.

  45. Token says:

    Peter, who announced that April was anti-Catholic diatribe month?

    Who gets a serve next month? African animists? Nuvo-poser pagans?

  46. Peter Patton says:

    It’s not anti-Catholic diatribe month. Call it talking ‘truth to the bitch’. CL’s defecation over every single thread from dawn to 3 am, every day of week of every month of the year, with all this RC crap needs to be stood up to.

  47. C.L. says:

    You’re not doing a very good job of standing up to me, Peter. So far – by common agreement – I’ve knocked you out half a dozen times in as many days.

    Thanks for confirming that you hate AbbottAbbottAbbott because he’s a Catholic, luvvie-duvvie. Who do you like, by the way? Oh, that’s right. Last week, you told the Open Thread that Penny Wong is fantastic – real leadership material.

    I wonder why.

    Perhaps you should consider becoming a Catholic.

    Like Oscar Wilde.

  48. wreckage says:

    suck it up bitch.

    Perhaps you should consider becoming a Catholic.

    Like Oscar Wilde.

    The Cat is funny. I like the Cat.

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