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Right around Australia – which is, you know, NSW and a couple of other fairly unimportant (albeit it occasionally charmingly old-fashioned) bits – Community Leaders are in panic over the impending loss of all essential local services due to proposed restrictions on the spending behaviour of pokie addicts. Particularly in rural areas. The most [...]
Posted: 28 April, 2011 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, Life, politics and government, values.
Tags: addict, addicts, australia, Australian government, Australian parliament, Australian Politics, Australian Values, club, communities, community, gambler, gambling, gambling addiction, gambling limit, government, hotel, law, legislation, parliament, poker machine, poker machine gambling legislation, pokie, pokie addiction, pokie addicts, pokies, politics, pub, R.S.L., regional, regional Australia, Rugby League, rural, rural Australia, rural communities, values, Wilkie, Xenophon
We got what we wanted: we gave both bastards a thumping. And they are both going to have to fight the toughest, most delicate political games of their lives.
Posted: 9 September, 2010 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Economics, History, Life, politics and government, Sex, values.
Tags: 2PP, Abbott, AEC, Australian political values, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Bandt, coalition, Electoral Commission, Greens, Hockey, independents, Katter, Labor, Liberal, most seats, most votes, National, Oakeshott, political values, politics, primary votes, Pyne, swing, two party preferred, Wilkie, Windsor
Can there be anything that typifies more the plight in which federal Labor finds itself today? PLUS what Bob Catter really feels when no-one’s looking AND MORE
Posted: 22 August, 2010 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, comedy/humour, History, Life, Media, politics and government, values, Video.
Tags: 7.30 Report, Abbott, animation, australian election, Australian political values, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Bandt, Bob Catter, Brian Dawe, Clarke and Dawe, coalition, comedy, cow, dinosaur, dog, election, fart, front fell off, fun, Greens, Hippo, humor, humour, hung parliament, in the jungle, John Clarke, Labor, Liberal Natoinal, mow, Ornitholestes, penguin, Pig, political values, politics, T-Rex, the lion sleeps tonight, Video, Wilkie, youtube
In all the talk about hung parliaments and who’ll be first to 75 the pundits seem to be ignoring that whoever’s first to 75 would have to provide a Speaker
Posted: 22 August, 2010 in Australian Values.
Tags: australian election, Australian government. government, Australian political values, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Bennelong, Catter, constitution, deliverance, Denison, election, Greens, hoi polloi, hung parliament, independents, Labor, Liberal National Country Party, Oakeshott, parliament, political values, politicians, politics, preferred, senate, stable government, Tasmania, two-party, Wilkie, Wilson Tuckey, Windsor