Told You So
On 22 August, the day following the Great Big Election Excitement, Sir Roger commented on the real problem with the result:
In all the talk about hung parliaments and who’s going to be first to 75 with the help of Others, the pundits seem to be ignoring that whoever is first to 75 will likely have to provide the Speaker or convince an Independent to be It. Sir Roger doesn’t think any Independent or Green is going to want that poisoned chalice, and no major party is going to offer up their chance of forming government on the altar of the Speakership.
Should have said “no major party is willingly going to offer up their chance…”, and didn’t bank on Oakeshott being an adrenalin junkie or some kind of crusader, but Sir Roger brought it to you first.
But then, as you know, Sir Roger is the world’s first government-certified political clairvoyant.
Also, he warned his readers ["PROOF Lying Tony Abbott and the Lying Liberal Party are Liars"] that Tony Abbott is a liar without political scruples, despite his supposed religious beliefs and the punishments that he must, in his faith, believe await him in a purported after-life. Now at least it is clear for all the world and his supporters to see. He is deceit wrapped up in a con-job, wrapped in arrogance and entitlement, wrapped up in a tissue-thin character. Lying, “bearing false witness”, is a sin against the Ninth (in his case Eighth) Commandment, “Thou shalt not bear false witness”, and even worse, the lies result from his deadly sin of Pride. He is going to hell (at least his faith tells him so).
Told you so …
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Posted: 23 September, 2010 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, History, politics and government, Religion, values.
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