Speaking of Whitlam, Murdoch backed him as utterly fit in 1972

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12 Responses to Speaking of Whitlam, Murdoch backed him as utterly fit in 1972

  1. twostix says:

    Turnbull who again?

  2. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Miserable ghost is miserable.

    At least Rudd has been told to shut up, or we’d be having two yodeling advanced TDS sufferers not just one.

  3. Christine says:

    haha ‘burst his own thought bubbles’

    Malcolm rejected
    It still smarts

  4. C.L. says:

    Now appearing on MSNBC with Joy Reid.


  5. Entropy says:

    Murdoch press backed Rudd too in 2007. How’d that work out for them? What have you done for me lately indeed.
    In fact I also think it backed Keating over Hawke.

  6. Boxcar says:

    Every politician on the planet knows the US elections were rigged, except Turdbull
    And beware, every politician on the planet aspires to a similar voting system, including ours. Behold the corrupted preferential system in Australia

  7. C.L. says:

    Let’s not forget News Corp’s pivot to net zero.
    Remember the nationwide wrap-arounds that hit the stands in late 2021?

    Orchestrated to help the Coalition dump its base and win the forthcoming election by impressing all those urban greens.

    Great call.

  8. Entropy says:

    Remember that even editors for the Murdoch press want to be invited to all the right inner city dinner parties.

  9. Ed Case says:

    Editors for Murdoch don’t need to be told to toe the Line anymore, or even where the Line is.
    The main story on the front page of the first issue [1964] was a sympathetic plaint about William Dobell, who had been living very quietly since a 1948 Court Case revealed his nihilistic life style.

    That shoulda been a clue for future editors.

  10. Old Lefty says:

    And speaking of Whitlam, surely our woke thought police will have to cancel him as a heteronormative cisgender transphobic Nazi. Remember all those speeches beginning ‘Men and Women of ‘Australia’?

  11. Buccaneer says:

    So is turdball saying that Biden is fit to be president? In a two horse race the winner doesn’t have to be a thoroughbred to beat a donkey. Turdball ably proved that himself.

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