Category Archives: Elections

The ABC on a woman with the same views as John F. Kennedy

   Giorgia Meloni could make history as Italy’s first female PM.   She would also be its first far-right leader since Benito Mussolini. Meloni promotes what she calls traditional Christian values. She opposes same-sex marriage and allowing same-sex couples to adopt children, … Continue reading

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Orange Man Revolution

Now it will be the end of the failed social democratic policy that for eight years has continued to lead the country in the wrong direction. It is time to start rebuilding security, welfare and cohesion. It is time to … Continue reading

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Josh Frydenberg says Opposition leader Matthew Guy can defeat Daniel Andrews at election. A vote for anyone other than your Liberal candidate helps perpetuate the Andrews government, which has been seriously the worst government in Australia’s modern history.” – Tony … Continue reading

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Biden’s 2020 ‘victory’ was rigged. That is no longer debatable

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FBI helped rig election, is now censoring Biden shower claim

■ Whistleblowers: FBI forbade agents from probing Hunter’s laptop until after 2020 election. ■ Ashley Biden’s shocking diary is real, confirming creepy Joe Biden allegations. ■ FBI sets sights on James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas with Ashley Biden diary conviction.

Posted in Elections, US politics | 33 Comments

Plucky machine braves the sceptics without a bulletproof vest

I do believe it was rigged in some way. No president can lose so many states and still win an election. Yes, I think Trump did win. Did you vote for him? He’s not my favorite person, but he is … Continue reading

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Barnaby Falls On His Feet

Peta Credlin’s reality reminder for an undiminished – even victorious – National Party room: Together, Labor, the Greens and the Teals won just 47.9 per cent of first preference votes. Between them, the Libs, the Nats, One Nation, the Palmer … Continue reading

Posted in Elections, Federal politics | 16 Comments

Tie Yourself In Knots

The introduction to Annabel Crabb’s predictable take on the election is a smidgen careless: Scott Morrison can’t say he wasn’t warned that women were angry. But will the next Liberal leader heed the lessons Morrison ignored? The history of human … Continue reading

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Violet Lites and Silent Types

PLURES efficimur, quotiens metimur a vobis: semen est sanguis Christianorum. I doubt Tertullian would approve of that more contemporary adage – mouthed or written over the past five weeks by Liberal Party chauvinists: ‘Labor would be worse.’ The Carthaginian polemicist … Continue reading

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Election Open

Feel free to share predictions, intelligence, trends, mockery or boredom here throughout the day.

Posted in Elections, Federal politics | 66 Comments

Making history these days isn’t as hard as it used to be

Anthony Albanese’s voice quivers and he grows emotional as he speaks about how his single mother raised him out of wedlock and how he would make history with his Italian last name.

Posted in Elections, Federal politics | 11 Comments

His Wimp Hand Is Strong

Just leave me alone, Simon, please leave me alone. You are suing me for defamation, Simon. I don’t want to talk to you. Leave me alone, Simon. You are the son of Australia’s first billionaire. You are suing me for … Continue reading

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That’s Not His Job

ANTHONY Albanese’s bizarre decision to imitate Gough Whitlam if he happens to win the election on Saturday may have to be ‘clarified’ today. As told to The Australian’s Troy Bramston yesterday, the Labor Leader says that only he and prospective … Continue reading

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A View To a Dill

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Solidarity Forever

Former Australian Prime Minister Paul Keating buys in Elizabeth Bay. Former PM Keating statement; The policy change announced by The Prime Minister to allow people to access their Superannuation for housing deposits amounts to no more than another frontal assault … Continue reading

Posted in Economics and the economy, Elections, Hypocrisy of the left | 15 Comments

You usually have to be elected before citing this old classic

Oh no. The cupboard is bare: Albanese reveals two-term strategy if Labor wins. If elected, Albanese said Labor “can’t repair all of the damage done in the first term; we will inherit a trillion dollars of debt and need to … Continue reading

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Speers: Albo the ‘winner’ for not saying something stupid again

Third leaders’ debate ended in an awkward moment for Morrison, but Albanese the clear winner.

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He can handle things! He’s smart!

HE isn’t dumb, like Michael Kroger says. He’s smart and he wants respect! Always described as a “Liberal power-broker” – which isn’t a compliment given the Victorian party is powerless – Kroger surprised me last week when he proposed an … Continue reading

Posted in Elections, Federal politics, History | 54 Comments