Extremists: “Liberal MPs are privately disgusted with Mr Finn”

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30 Responses to Extremists: “Liberal MPs are privately disgusted with Mr Finn”

  1. NoFixedAddress says:

    The ‘Right’ and The ‘Left’ are just stages on the liberal communist circle.

  2. rosie says:

    Said before, say it again Bernie Finn is the only Victorian state MP I really like.

  3. C.L. says:

    Strange that none of his critics wanted the ABC to identify them.

  4. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Being called an “abhorrent human being” for praying is rather revealing. Perchance do I detect a bit of anti-Christian bigotry amongst the ranks of the progressives in the Liberal Party…? If so that’s a really really good way to not have those people vote for you, now, isn’t it?

    It’s amusing when you have people like this complaining about somebody praying for something, since if the person doing the praying is correct about God then the complainant is obviously wrong, and if they’re incorrect about God then praying is a trivial action of no consequence, whereupon the complainant is obviously wrong to complain about it.

  5. twostix says:

    Should he be praying for it not to be banned? What entity would he be praying to for that, do his critics suggest?

  6. Boambee John says:

    twistix

    Moloch?

  7. Lee says:

    “Liberal MPs are privately disgusted with Mr Finn”

    If those so-called Libs are anything like Matthew Guy then Finn must be doing and saying the right things.

  8. Perfidious Albino says:

    Not inconceivable the ABC just made it up, but knowing the local Liberals, they’ll be pursuing a small target strategy and hoping there’s sufficient anti-Dan sentiment to carry them over the line without actually needing to stand for anything.

  9. Chris M says:

    Bernie Finn is the only Victorian state MP I really like.

    Yes! He seems to have genuine integrity.

    Still adjusting to hearing his name though, a quite similarly named MP here was involved in deviant criminal activity.

    Back on topic – VIC Lib, why do they exist; for what purpose do they serve?

  10. Entropy says:

    Getting away from the sad police state of DaniStan, nigella has been spotted in brisbane.

  11. Not Trampis says:

    Few people who do not like abortion realise that the vast majority of people here in Australia support abortion. Yes Finn is unfortunately seen as an extremist. That is why some are asking that he stand down. His views are rightly seen as turning off voters.

    Until most people see abortion as an evil act then the Finns of this world will be on the fringe.

  12. C.L. says:

    Our Lord warned of precisely that.

  13. Fat Tony says:

    Not Trampis says:
    6 May, 2022 at 8:38 am
    Few people who do not like abortion realise that the vast majority of people here in Australia support abortion.

    Don’t confuse a well-publicised vocal minority with a censored majority.

    Don’t know about you, but anyone I’ve known who supported abortions were never aborted themselves before birth – a true lefty mantra.

  14. Gab says:

    Bernie Finn has never made it a secret that he does not support abortion and for years and years has led the March For Life rallies. The rest of the Vic Liberals are pointless leftards.

  15. Not Trampis says:

    try looking at some opinion polls on the matter. Parliaments do not vote rather easily to liberalise abortion if most people are against it. the votes are never party directed either.

    I do not know about other countries but abortions mostly occur in Australia because of lifestyle reasons.
    Abortions because of rape, incest or the foetus attacking the mother are a rare occurrence.

  16. C.L. says:

    try looking at some opinion polls on the matter.

    Barabbas! Give us Barabbas!

  17. C.L. says:

    the foetus attacking the mother

    Babies are worse than Putin.

  18. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    Few people who do not like abortion realise that the vast majority of people here in Australia support abortion.

    Is that abortion in the first trimester, safe, legal and rare? Or abortion until (and after) birth? Broad, sweeping assertions might have value in economics, but are useless for actual decision making.

    Perhaps you should learn something about the dodginess of statistics derived from carefully worded (to get the desired result) surveys.

  19. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis (or is that Non Conscience?)

    I do not know about other countries but abortions mostly occur in Australia because of lifestyle reasons.

    Then are you comfortable with killing babies for “lifestyle reasons”? Do you think that the ready availability of contraception in Australia combined with abortions for “lifestyle reasons” might suggest a lot of carelessness and laziness among those whose “lifestyle” is not sufficiently important for them to use contraception?

  20. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    It’s interesting that abortion proponents never seem to take the obvious logical action to reduce their own climate footprint, for the planet. It’s a mystery.

  21. Not Trampis says:

    Boofhead I am anti-abortion.

  22. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    Boofhead I am anti-abortion.

    Yes, it’s so obvious from your comments here.

    Surely someone who is anti-abortion could utter at least a few words criticising the use of abortion as a means of late contraception for those who do not want a baby for lifestyle reasons, but are too idle to actually take contraceptive measures.

  23. and says:

    “Boofhead I am anti-abortion.”

    It was glaringly apparent ahem… unmistakable… from Snot Trampis’ first comment that he/she/it is anti-abortion. hee heee

    Is Snot Trampis a [wannabe] comedian? Is this the missing piece?

  24. Not Trampis says:

    It was obvious to anyone who has passed primary school.

    The point i was making which is obvious from examining polls on the question is that most people support abortion hence why it has been liberalised over time.

    Until this is changed we won’t get any change to abortion laws.

  25. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    The point i was making which is obvious from examining polls on the question is that most people support abortion hence why it has been liberalised over time.

    Perhaps you might point us to the poll which specifically sought opinion on abortion post the first trimester (a baby born prematurely at that stage has a good chance of surviving)? Or to the poll which specifically sought opinion on abortion up until the time of birth? Or to the poll which specifically sought opinion on abortion as a “lifestyle choice”?

    Polls might generally support abortion for the mother’s health reasons, and for the relatively few cases of rape or incest, but also might support abortion only that is “safe, legal and rare”. You are very deceptive in your appeal to “polling”.

    Like most so-called “progressives”, dishonesty is one of your tactics. If you had completed pre-school successfully, you might have gone on to learn something about ethics and morality.

  26. a reader says:

    Contraception is readily available in any supermarket, pharmacy, airport or service station bathroom. Abstinence is free. It’s very, very, very easy to avoid the “need” for an abortion.

  27. Not Trampis says:

    now I know this would be strange for you but put in google polling, abortion. As it is I have been examining polls and abortion since before the internet. Little have changed except support for abortion has increased a little.

    Life style choices comes up all the time. duh. why have you had an abortion.
    I should not be surprised you are completely ignorant on yet another topic you comment on.

  28. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    So you are unable to provide a link to the specific polling on the subjects I mentioned? Only a generic reference to one subject, without confirming whether it was a specific poll question.

  29. Old Lefty says:

    Typical Victorian Liberals: sniveling preemptive capitulation to the Hunchback.

    Weren’t the gaggle in Australia screaming blue murder about the Alito draft assuring us a few weeks ago that ‘every child is precious’ when they saw another chance for an anti-Morrison pile-on? Logical consistency is, I presume, phallocentric cisgender heteronormative imperialist colonialist fascist racist oppression.

    Every child is indeed precious. One of the most nauseating excuses for an argument from the baby-butcher lobby is that one should ‘never bring into the world an unwanted child’. Let’s pause over this state of being ‘unwanted’. It is not, a moment’s reflection will tell you, some status or characteristic inherent in the child. It is rather a moral failing in the parents.

  30. Sancho Panzer says:

    I heard Guy going off his trolley about Finn on the radio the other day, with talk of expulsion.
    I wondered what Finn had done to draw the heat, and get Guy excited for the first time in four years.
    Imagine my surprise … not.

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