Do what you want, abrogate any responsibility, do nothing, lie back and let them do whatever they want.
I honestly do understand the feeling of cynicism and hatred of all sides, up to this lot getting in I felt the same.
Even if this evil incompetent bunch don't get ousted by a DD do we let them carry on without doing anything? If you want to compare Gillard to Abbott carry on, she was a good prime minister who was wrecked by the right wing. As for Rudd, the man was a disaster.
Labor right now is as right wing as bloody Howard for christ's sake.
I am not a fan of Shorten, I would prefer Anthony Albanese or Tanya Plibersek, but for now I would prefer Howard to this bunch.
I would prefer a non-union march, never have been in a union, but if this is the only way to tell this bunch that i am not prepared to let them get away with dragging us down even further I will do it.
**Just think what kind of country we will have if they do what they want, just contemplate that.**
I want to tell them no fucking way, i am not marching for Shorten, I am marching for my daughter, my grandchildren and Australia.
::"ah geez... another lefty event. No doubt abc will be all over this like a rash."::
Seriously Dan, i am disappointed that you make a comment about some left wing march when i know many many Liberal voters incensed by all this that are going, and then it turns out you don't like the other side either. Then you make unfounded derisive comments about the ABC, and even though they are nothing of what they were they are only of the only media outlets to rip into both sides.
Australians who speak out against animal cruelty could soon be labelled "agri-terrorists" if the Abbott government gets their way.
Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce is pushing us to follow America’s cowboy politicians. If he succeeds, people who expose animal cruelty could be punished more harshly than those who actually commit the violence on animals under so-called "ag-gag" laws.
The work of animal cruelty campaigners has already exposed the gruesome live export industry, caught workers pushing sick animals with bulldozers, and won some real changes. Their work is often the only way we know about widespread animal abuse in our food systems.
Big corporate farms love Barnaby Joyce’s proposed law, but it’s a disaster for everyone else.
They put Bronwyn Bishop in as speaker, the position is traditionally one of no bias, equity and letting both sides getting a fair say. It is also a case that the government chooses, they are not allowed to vote on Policy, so the opposition then choose one of theirs to also not vote.
How many politicians has she chucked out of the house?
Last time I checked
I know it is a big ask to watch this lot perform, but if you do you should be worried by how many times she shuts down labor and let's the Libs carry on, so I will show you one total undemocratic evil action.
::she was a good prime minister::
::As for Rudd, the man was a disaster.::
She was dead set hopeless and so was he. Couldn't make a correct decision. She shot herself in the foot with the carbon tax. Symbolic of a dysfunctional inept party. Getting into bed with the greens who are bat shit crazy.
::I would prefer Anthony Albanese or Tanya Plibersek::
Both equally hopeless. Left overs from the previous failed gov't.
::Labor right now is as right wing as bloody Howard for christ's sake.::
And you have to ask yourself why....
::many many Liberal voters incensed by all this that are going::
While the vast majority are sitting home rolling our eyes at another lefty march.