Peter Dutton must be a good choice to replace Scott Morrison

This entry was posted in Fake news, Federal politics. Bookmark the permalink.

29 Responses to Peter Dutton must be a good choice to replace Scott Morrison

  1. NoFixedAddress says:

    If Peter Dutton is opposed to climate change then he’ll do but as long as relegates all those that support it to the back bench with Hunt the first relegated

    And kicks Turnbull out of the supposed Liberal Party of Australia.

    The Teal Ducks in Parliament will be perfect partners for the likes of Hunt.

  2. Not Trampis says:

    Dutton is electoral poison.
    How will he appeal tp the teal voters when he has no credibility ion climate change and a federal ICAC.
    Neither joyce nor Canavan realise they did a bob brown in this election. The teals campaigned heavily on their stements,
    The Liberal party lost the middle ground on Saturday night. Both the moron parties went backwards. The minority shareholders in Palmer aligned companies who have now bankrolled the UAP in two elections must be very happy of how Palmer only uses their money and never his to p-ss against the wall.

  3. twostix says:

    “the middle ground” = selfish turnbullian millionaires who’re enraged that the country doesn’t do exactly as it’s told and support their silver spoon “leader”, and refuses to support their insane neo-toff lunatic grab bag ideology of taxing electricity, trannies and social credit score technocractic rule. AKA “teals”.

    Meanwhile, the true “middle ground” hyper marginal seat of Longman…

    FANNING, Rebecca Australian Labor Party 46.72 +0.22
    YOUNG, Terry Liberal National Party of Queensland 53.28 -0.22

    The story of this election isn’t the “middle ground” – which didn’t move one inch, the story is class war waged on the nation by the new class of technocrat millionaires and billionaires who blew up the Liberal party and the nation in a fit of raaaaaage.

  4. twostix says:

    All UAP has ever done is fund the media and crush one nation.

    People think if they vote UAP 1, PHON 2, LIB 3, that their vote first goes to UAP, then goes to PHON, then goes to the Liberals.

    Now they’re finding out it doesn’t work like that. Their vote goes to UAP, skips PHON and gets dumped straight in the Liberals pile.

  5. Eyrie says:

    Hunt has got out of politics, NFA.

  6. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    I’m amused that a Labor premier who turned his entire state into a gulag is calling Dutton an extremist.

    West Australian Premier Mark McGowan labels Peter Dutton an ‘extremist’ and not ‘that smart’ (23 May)

    I think that just might be a rare case of double projection in a single headline.

  7. NoFixedAddress says:

    Hunt has got out of politics, NFA.

    Has he WARPed into the WEF again?

  8. Perplexed of Brisbane says:

    How might things have been different if Dutton hadn’t been sabotaged by Turnbull for Morrison?

    I think some payback would be due and kicking Turnbull out would be a nice touch. Morrison will retire after awhile and can go commiserate with his mate in Mexico.

    If Dutton can get rid of the rest of the dead wood, they might have a chance of rising from the ashes, otherwise no chance.

  9. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Meanwhile, the true “middle ground” hyper marginal seat of Longman…

    FANNING, Rebecca Australian Labor Party 46.72 +0.22
    YOUNG, Terry Liberal National Party of Queensland 53.28 -0.22

    The story of this election isn’t the “middle ground” – which didn’t move one inch, the story is class war waged on the nation by the new class of technocrat millionaires and billionaires who blew up the Liberal party and the nation in a fit of raaaaaage.

    100% correct. Last night Peta Credlin went through Victorian seats in the outer suburbs and regions. The Liberal party vote held up….whilst there were some minor swings against the incumbents there was nothing like the electoral massacres that occurred in those so called “blue ribbon” seats such as Kooyong and Goldstein and slightly further afield in electorates like Deakin and Menzies. Oh and speaking of Menzies, last year the Liberals punted Kevin Andrews, choosing instead a “modern Liberal” by the name of Keith Wolohan. Wolohan is just holding on by his fingernails to the seat after Saturday.

    Meanwhile isn’t today the day when the totalitarian geniuses in the Victorian Liberal Party are planning to expel Bernie Finn? And that, ladies and gentlemen, sums up the state of the Liberal Party in this country.

  10. Pommy Al says:

    Non compost talking manure as usual.
    Appeal to the teals. LMAO

  11. Cassie of Sydney says:

    Oh it’s done…Bernie Finn expelled.

  12. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    How will he appeal tp the teal voters when he has no credibility ion climate change and a federal ICAC.

    The only way he could appeal to the Teal (ducks) would be to join the Slime. Why should he appeal to them?

  13. Not Trampis says:

    because if he cannot get the teal voters back the Liberals will never gain government.

    no liberal was beaten by a person who was allegedly conservative. They lost because of the middle ground.

  14. Lee says:

    Oh it’s done…Bernie Finn expelled.

    Yet they can’t/won’t get rid of the treacherous Turnbull …
    Finn has more ethics in his little finger than he has in his whole body.

  15. C.L. says:

    because if he cannot get the teal voters back the Liberals will never gain government.

    I don’t think it will work like that. When Labor gets on the nose – as it eventually will – the tide will go out for many boats, including Simon’s.

  16. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    The spoiled ladies of the Teals represent the culmination of wealthy entitlement.

    Meanwhile, there are many, many of Howard’s “battlers” who have been abandoned by the Labor Party in its quest to join the Big End of town, and who are hated by the Slime. A moderate conservative approach could easily gain a lot of suburban seats for a genuinely conservative party. Howard demonstrated this.

  17. Dr Faustus says:

    Just toppled onto the fainting couch. I find myself agreeing with Barrie Cassidy, who:

    …predicted that the growing number of independent MPs means the era of one side of politics ruling on its own is coming to an end.

    ‘I just think this Labor majority government could be the last in my lifetime.
    ‘I think the last of any major party having a majority,’ said Cassidy.

    The low 1P vote points to this – particularly for the ALP.
    The very fact that public Liberals are slagging a leadership candidate for not being a staunch climate disasteratii tells me that there are too many political compasses for a future as a unified party.

  18. Not Trampis says:

    howard’s battlers is as big myth as the Latham handshake was.
    The teal voters are simply well educated people.
    A genuine conservative would be concerned with the environment and particularly with a federal ICAC.
    How can the ALP be both friendly with the big end of town and supposedly left wing as well. can you deplorables be at least consistent.

  19. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    howard’s battlers is as big myth as the Latham handshake was.
    The teal voters are simply well educated people.

    So, how did Howard get all those former Labor seats? Magic? As for the Teals, heavily credentialed is not the same as “well educated”.

    A genuine conservative would be concerned with the environment and particularly with a federal ICAC.

    Being concerned about the environment is not the same as being a rabid Gerbil Wormer, happy to destroy civilisation in pursuit of an unproven hypothesis. Setting up a Star Chamber is not a conservative (or even a democratic) action.

    How can the ALP be both friendly with the big end of town and supposedly left wing as well.

    A close link between Big Government and Big Business (the Big End of town) is a classic form of fascism, a left wing political movement.

    Do credentialed idiots actually think? Not if they failed pre-school.

  20. Not Trampis says:

    Howard in 96 won a lot of seats. It was a landslide. duh
    In the very next election the ALP went close to getting a lot of them back. double duh.
    If he won the battlers then he would have won some previously safe ALP seats triple duh

    Well no-one is seeing any country destroyed. That is simply deplorable madness. A federal ICAC is not a court so it cannot be a star chamber. It has led to a number of previously ALP members be put in gaol after being prosecuted though.

    Err facism is a right wing movement. The Nazis were the best example.

    You are not very smart at all.

  21. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    Howard in 96 won a lot of seats.

    None in areas where the liberal Party didn’t usually win seats? You idiot.

    If he won the battlers then he would have won some previously safe ALP seats triple duh

    Battlers are only in safe Labor seats? Idiot.

    Well no-one is seeing any country destroyed. That is simply deplorable madness.

    Pull your head out of the sand, and look at electricity prices in Europe. Huge numbers of people are being driven broke. This is not going to help progress there. Wholesale electricity prices in Australia are also reaching very high levels. If you think there will be no adverse effects from this, you are deluded.

    A federal ICAC is not a court so it cannot be a star chamber.

    You think being publicly traduced, only to be later found not guilty in a real court is harmless? Stupid.

    Err facism is a right wing movement. The Nazis were the best example.

    Oh, you mean the National Socialist German Workers’ Party? The one with a flag with a red background? Fool. Go learn some history.

    PS, Mussolini was a former communist. Right winger?

  22. Tel says:

    The so called “Teal Independents” are not what gave government to the ALP … try to avoid listening to Barry Cassidy or Non Mentis … for that matter avoid the emotional angst of idiots giving advice.

    Check the actual results, and look at these divisions …

    NSW: Bennelong, Reid, Robertson
    SA: Boothby
    Vic: Chisholm, Higgins
    WA: Hasluck, Pearce, Swan, Tangney
    Qld: Ryan

    That’s where the election was won, so come back when you have a theory to explain what happened on tbe ground. The teals have no power whatsoever, they will prance around for a month or two until their attention span conks out … and will sit and do nothing for three years, then no doubt get bored and wander off … they are irrelevant.

  23. Tel says:

    no liberal was beaten by a person who was allegedly conservative. They lost because of the middle ground.

    You never miss an opportunity to be totally wrong … all the teals put themselves forward as conservatives.

    The spoiled ladies of the Teals represent the culmination of wealthy entitlement.

    Yes of course … they are well-to-do doctors and the like, living in well-to-do suburbs and appealing to the kind of voters who could easily pay double or triple their current electricity bills without blinking. They are the closest thing that Australia has to the “Tories” that Albo imagines he spends his life fighting. They are people so wealthy they take up poitics as a hobby for amusement.

  24. C.L. says:

    They are people so wealthy they take up politics as a hobby for amusement.

    Some have labelled this luxury virtue.
    I prefer to think of it as a throwback to old England where the great families had family peerages in the Lords or seats in the Commons.
    What do you give a Sydney woman who has everything? An electorate.

    Old Joe Kennedy was doing this 75 years ago – buying power for his sons.

  25. Not Trampis says:

    some people can’t but help show their stupidity.
    When you win in a landslide you win a lot of seats you do not expect to win. If ‘Howards battlers’ were so they would have stayed with him in 98. They did not

    electricity prices are going up because of oil and gas which are err fossil fuels.

    If ICAC finds a case to answer it is up the the director of public prosecutions as to whether charges are sort.
    Under the NAZIs privatisation occurred and profits were at their highest as a % of GDP. That is really socialist!

    Soo many own goals because you are soo ignorant.

    I do not believe anyone said the election was won because of the teals although it helped. I have said unless the liberals can win back those seats they will not win government.

    Err no. They put themselves forward as mall l liberals. They did have signs around saying a vote for the liberals in any electorate was a vote for joyce on climate change.

    more of being wrong. first of all electricity prices rose mainly because of privatisation. ( both the ACCC and the grattan Institute have shown this.) They have been falling because of renewables and will now rise because of coal fired power station paying more for coal and because their units keep on breaking down. talk about intermittent power.
    Way to go. anything more you can be wrong on.

  26. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    When you win in a landslide you win a lot of seats you do not expect to win.

    Like Simon’s Teal Ducks?

    electricity prices are going up because of oil and gas which are err fossil fuels.

    If you believe this, it is no wonder you believe so many other stupid things.

    If ICAC finds a case to answer it is up the the director of public prosecutions as to whether charges are sort.

    Meantime, the person being investigated has been subject to public calumny.

    (I think you mean “sought”, but what else could be expected from a pre-school dropout?)

    Err no. They put themselves forward as mall l liberals.

    While working to help a billionaire harvest millions more in ruinable subsidies, at the expense of those much poorer that the Teal Ducks. What political candidates say and what they believe are not necessarily the same. If you had completed pre-school, you might even have learned to think enough to discern that. “mall l liberals” might be a Freudian slip on your part, given the social class from which the Teal Ducks come.

    the grattan Institute

    ROFLMAO, as predictable as the Ponds Institute.

    They have been falling because of renewables

    Bridge for sale. Look at the data, if you are able to comprehend it.

    Way to go. anything more you can be wrong on.

    My assessment of your stupidity might not have been harsh enough?

  27. Not Trampis says:

    Teal have nothing to do with a landslide. Look up what a landslide means in political terms. Holmes A’Court is not a billionaire by the way.

    Err prices for oil and gas has risen astronomically. It is why Britains electricity prices are rising as we speak. If only europe had transitioned more quickly they could avoided the fossil fuel price rises.
    Only if the person has something to hide but ICAC usually finds that pretty quickly such in the Obeid case.

    Only problem for you is renewables are leading prices down. coal fired power station are both expensive and unreliable but you love people paying more for electricity.

    Grattan institute is the best think tank around and the ACCC essentially agreed with their conclusions.

    The data is there. Why has SA the most reliable rid and the cheapest wholesale prices. Why do you want people to pay higher prices on electricity when you patently can neither read nor comprehend.

    Solar prices are bellow $40 mw/h and falling fast to $30. wind won’t get to $30 but probably to $35. Meanwhile the primary school dropout wants everybody to pay over $80 for electricity after the 8 years it takes to build a coal fired station.

  28. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    Holmes A’Court is not a billionaire by the way.

    He hopes that the Teal Ducks can help him fix that, via enhanced subsidy harvesting.

    If only europe had transitioned more quickly they could avoided the fossil fuel price rises.

    At least the wind is more reliable there, pity about solar in those long winters of very short days.

    Only problem for you is renewables are leading prices down. coal fired power station are both expensive and unreliable but you love people paying more for electricity.

    Take away the subsidies coal and gas stations are forced to pay to ruinables operators, and check the data. Or even go back 20 years and check the prices than.

    Grattan institute is the best think tank around

    Best of an appalling lot is not a great recommendation.

    Why has SA the most reliable rid and the cheapest wholesale prices.

    Bridge for sale!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.