Well, Prime Minister, I think your stocks are going to rise

However wretched the nation has become, I like to think most Australians still hate a dog act.

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6 Responses to Well, Prime Minister, I think your stocks are going to rise

  1. Chris M says:

    Imbecile for showing up, own goal.

    The presstitutes had their little fun time shooting the fish in a barrel, it jumped in for them.

  2. Pommyal says:

    Typically gutless. He knew the exact reception he would get.
    Should’ve given them a real fake news lecture and called them all liars.
    Then announced privatisation of the ABC.
    Might’ve got a few votes back.
    Fat chance.

  3. Lee says:

    I have been maintaining for many months now that ScoMo is politically clueless.

    By his words and deeds he has managed to do the almost impossible and alienate a very large proportion of the conservative voter base, and without gaining any support at all from the left, which he sucks up to.

    I know lifetime Liberal voters who despise him or regard him as a joke.

  4. Shy Ted says:

    First episode of his ABC media blitz? To win us over. His (and their) stocks won’t be rising in my house. Stocks is an appropriate word though.

  5. Petros says:

    Spoilt eastern suburbs Anglo promoted way beyond his competency level since he was young. Never had to fight for anything. No principals and no street smarts. FOAD. He’s the 200 billion dollar man. Younger generations will learn to hate him with a passion.

  6. Ed Case says:

    Scotty told the Press Club he regrets not involving the Army in the Vax Rollout from Day 1.
    To me anyway, that sounds like the original program was to declare a Pandemic, then send the Army door to door injecting people whether they liked it or not.
    He didn’t do that, so some in the Liberal Party are doing a Kevin Rudd on him. with the assistance of NewsCorp.
    That’s what it looks like.

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