Malcolm Morrison

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16 Responses to Malcolm Morrison

  1. Cassie of Sydney says:

    Here’s my daily chant until the federal election….

    So the Nationals and Liberals have agreed on “net zero emissions”.

    Time for us voters to reward the Nationals and Liberals with “net zero seats”.

    Fair’s fair.

  2. Chris M says:

    Haha what a dummy that Smirko is.

    He’s a failure all around – racked up massive unrepayable levels of debt, immense regulatory increase, done nothing to prevent the oppression of Australians and the destruction of the very nature and image of the country…. list could go on and on.

    Assuming it’s not intentional, if he’s doing a paid gig for Klaus Schwab or the Antichrist then I guess he’s done sort of OK.

  3. Not Trampis says:

    Newspoll still has not come to terms with the massive polling failure of the last election.

    On Turnbull he did win an election that would have been an ALP landslide if the hapless Abbott was still leader

  4. Boambee John says:

    On Turnbull he did win an election that would have been an ALP landslide if the hapless Abbott was still leader

    Non Compos Mentis again proves that he is not of sound mind.

  5. Davey Boy says:

    good one Cassie of Sydney!

    I’ll be including that in correspondence to my federal MP, “Dr” Fiona Martin (Lib) whose headpiece is demonstrably stuffed with straw.

  6. Lee says:

    Time for us voters to reward the Nationals and Liberals with “net zero seats”.

    The WA Liberals are effectively destroyed, and the LNP federally and in Victoria at least are heading the same way.
    Thanks, Zak Kirkup, ScoMo, Matthew Guy, Matt Kean, et al., all wannabe Labor/Greens.
    Maybe a new true conservative party and genuine opposition to Labor and the Greens will arise phoenix-like from the ruins.
    One can hope, but all one can do at the moment is despair at the state of so-called “conservative” politics in this country.

  7. Shy Ted says:

    Glasgow has F all to do with climate and emissions and everything to do with plotting the real agenda’ next stage.

  8. Not Trampis says:

    for the ever innumerate way back then the polls were very reliable and had Abbot losing in a landslide. quite clearly the worst PM since Bruce
    Turnbull stopped this defeat just.
    more irony Hastie who only won because Turnbull became leader just before his by-election then lead the liberals to change leaders.

  9. Boambee John says:

    Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha.

    Non Compos Mentis believes polls! Definitely not of sound mind.

  10. Texas Jack says:

    You mean Ankles Turnbull, CL? A good two foot lower, which is quite an achievement!

    As for Not T, apparently “back then the polls were very reliable.”

    Says it all. Please keep posting NT, we need more laughs.

  11. Not Trampis says:

    to the ever innumerate back then polls were reliable.

    it is embarrassing attempting to decipher for the deplorables

  12. Boambee John says:

    Non Compos Mentis

    Polls have not been reliable for decades, since journalism turned into political advocacy.

    You are an idiot.

    Also a snobbish one, still following Shrillary with the “deplorables” insult.

  13. Rex Anger says:

    to the ever innumerate back then polls were reliable

    Lolwut, Paxton?

  14. Lee says:

    Trampis reminds me of the old Mark Twain quote:
    “Never argue with an idiot. They will drag you down to their level and beat you with experience.”

  15. Ed Case says:

    NewsPoll lost a lot of skin over calling PeanutHead a winner ten days out from Election 2019.
    You can dismiss the Western Australia State result, the W.A. team is Canberra has a good record, I don’t think Porter will cost them seats [unless there’s more sordid revelations].

  16. Boambee John says:

    to the ever innumerate back then polls were reliable

    While this sentence is only semi-literate, I think I have managed to work out what is being said.

    Essentially, it seems that innumerate people looked at the polls and believed them, regardless of the actual demonstrated election results.

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