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David M. Green 🧢
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David M. Green 🧢 14m
Replying to @hailants
Yeah I’ll get right on that
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David M. Green 🧢 52m
Replying to @hailants
Pfft, some anarchist...
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David M. Green 🧢 1h
Replying to @andrewfx_51 @hailants
You assume I don’t
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David M. Green 🧢 2h
Replying to @hailants
Just checking. As an anarchist, what form of government (assuming you want one at all) would you like to see in Australia?
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David M. Green 🧢 2h
Replying to @hailants
And what is the Coalition (you know, the ones who are actually in government right now) planning to do? They have no plan. If they do eventually come up with one, I doubt it will be net zero by 2050. This conversation started because The Greens are preferencing the Coalition.
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David M. Green 🧢 2h
Replying to @hailants
Clearly you are living in a different reality than me. All the best.
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David M. Green 🧢 2h
Replying to @andrewfx_51
If that’s actually your opinion, I’m genuinely disappointed. There are significant differences in the policies of the two major parties. And that you would criticise Labor for a “vague goal” that they only announced this week when the Coalition has NO goal is just baffling.
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David M. Green 🧢 3h
Replying to @hailants
Quite an achievement for Labor to destroy civilisation from opposition
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David M. Green 🧢 3h
Replying to @hailants
“You people”
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David M. Green 🧢 3h
Replying to @hailants
Yeah maybe it is but a lot of good that does if The Greens direct preferences to the Coalition. Maybe it makes you feel good inside? I don’t know, can we enact progressive legislation to save the planet with that?
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David M. Green 🧢 3h
Replying to @hailants
Didn’t call you a voter
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David M. Green 🧢 3h
Actual Greens supporter: “There’s no point voting the Coalition out”
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David M. Green 🧢 3h
And you’re apparently more concerned with grandstanding than actually voting the Coalition out. It’s a 2 party system. The Greens can’t form a government. The best they can do is direct preferences to the least worst major party.
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David M. Green 🧢 3h
I know it must be very difficult for Greens supporters to accept their party for the environment would put out a how-to-vote card that encourages people to vote for a Coalition government in the Northern Territory. But they did.
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David M. Green 🧢 3h
So your response to that is to... vote to keep the Coalition in power? You know, the party that scrapped the carbon tax & doesn’t believe in climate change and has no emissions target beyond 2030 (which they are unlikely to meet anyway without their accounting tricks). Well done
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David M. Green 🧢 4h
“Labor better change their policies or we will be forced to preference the objectively worse Coalition and keep them in power just to prove a point about how both major parties are the same on the environment.”
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David M. Green 🧢 4h
No party is owed your vote. That’s stupid. Preferential voting is about putting the worst major party candidate below the least worst so you put the better of the major parties into government. Duh.
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David M. Green 🧢 5h
Replying to @AmbJohnBoIton
Looks fun
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David M. Green 🧢 5h
Replying to @Wendy_Bacon
Yeah it’s pretty good
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David M. Green 🧢 5h
Replying to @Wendy_Bacon
Mad as Hell on ABC
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