Great: Another Premier whose name I have to Google to spell

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16 Responses to Great: Another Premier whose name I have to Google to spell

  1. Chris M says:

    Marshmallow worked so hard to get the pro abortion and euthanasia laws through. Even sent hundreds of cops to intimidate the anti-abortion rally. Now the base let him down, just a mystery. Surely won’t happen to Scott.

    Actually it’s not clear that we even need a premier given the state has been run almost exclusively by some unelected old cop for 18 months now, Marshall had nothing to do but party. He was even stupid enough to extend the police run state right up to the election, so clearly didn’t see the need for his own position. Low IQ character.

    Oh well, now for some preening tiktok type man child who loves himself.

  2. Cassie of Sydney says:

    How unsurprising. And Marshmallow is struggling to hold his own seat.

    Another one term Liberal government. This is what happens when you pursue Labor lite policies and stand for nothing.

    The question is….will the Liberals ever learn?

    The answer is….no.

    The Liberals deserve to be destroyed and confined to the dustbin of history.

  3. NoFixedAddress says:

    Hopefully they will blow up more power stations and burn ice vehicles.

    Is SA still mendicant?

  4. Petros says:

    This is depressing stuff. One nation got ten percent in a couple of seats that I looked at. Otherwise it was the uniparty dominating again. The greens still got their ten percent moron vote in lots of seats. Will Scummo learn from this? Probably not. Frigging SA mendicants don’t have to learn.

  5. Petros says:

    I guess SA doesn’t have any significant regional cities so the group think of Adelaide dominates.

  6. Charles says:

    This is what comes from voting dripping wet Liberals (one sees the malignant hand of Christopher Pyne here) into power who subsequently turn out to be somewhere between the Greens and Labor in their policies and have the decision making capacity of your average low level public servant (i.e. none).

    Now, apart from SA, which other Liberal parties have I seen acting in a similar manner lately, and I wonder what their electoral fate will be?

  7. cuckoo says:

    Malinauskas? On the ‘Pallashay’ model he will probably pronounce it ‘murray’ or some such.

  8. Rossini says:

    Obviously no point in being labor lite!

  9. Riversutra says:

    “The result of tonight’s South Australian election is an example of what happens when a Centre Right Party moves away from the Centre – Right. Ignore the base and the base ignores you.”

    David Elliott NSW Transportation Minister.
    Will they listen to you David?
    Not a chance, doom( and their pensions) is all the Liberals have moving forward.

  10. Lee says:

    A lesson for ScoMo and Matthew Guy in Victoria.
    Will they learn from it?

  11. Wally Dali says:

    I believe it’s pronounced “Mallinoshay”.

  12. Chris M says:

    His wife wisely apparently declined to adopt the surname.

    Anyways clear proof that LibLab have all but merged into one beast – the new Labor leader is significantly more socially conservative that the exiting Liberal one.

  13. Entropy says:

    SA is naturally ALP.
    It is the mendicant state, living like a tick on the bottom of the rest of the country.

  14. Not Trampis says:

    This was a landslide but no-one knows why!

  15. Boambee John says:

    Even the genius (self-proclaimed) of Non Mentis is inadequate to find any reasons. It’s an enigma.

  16. a reader says:

    Paul Murray is often quite wrong on his election predictions but I think he was right about this on one point: SA Best (Xenophon) absorbed a heap of votes at the last SA election. Without them in any position to affect the outcome the Liars reformed government. With the worst health minister in SA history as the premier.

    Murray is wrong about the influence of the Adelaide V8 Supercars race. It lost millions per year. If it had been such a money winner surely the SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry could have organised and funded the event. It was the right decision to stop paying for it.

    Liberals were always no hopers. A few good people on their backbenches (Matthew Cowdrey comes to mind) but lead by ineffective losers backed by Christopher Pie-ine. The Marshmallow was always hopeless.

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