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Senator Penny Wong
The real question is not what Fraser Anning calls his party, but whether the Liberals and Nationals will preference him, as they have done with One Nation, or join Labor in putting extremists like him last.
There are concerns the party's name, the Conservative Nationals, is too similar to the Nationals.
The Sydney Morning Herald The Sydney Morning Herald @smh
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Vittles in Aus Jan 10
Replying to @SenatorWong
As he's Senator Fraser Anning, and he only got 19 votes last time, how about calling his party ?!
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tomred Jan 10
Replying to @SenatorWong
The Fraser Anning Conservative National party. Or FACN. As in, “tell him he’s FACN dreamin’”
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Ted McDonnell Jan 10
Replying to @SenatorWong
Agreed this man is a clown; but Labor relief on a thug Craig Thomson’s vote so it’s all pretty much irrelevant... we actually need to fix the type of person getting into parliament in the first place
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David Hand Jan 10
Replying to @SenatorWong
You can only go so far labelling everyone on the right "extremist". It is voters who decide preferences not political parties and I expect the Liberal and National recommendations to put the real threat to Australia's wellbeing i.e. Labor and the Greens, last.
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Juanita Hardy Jan 11
Replying to @SenatorWong
How ever are we going to choose between One Nation,Conservatives,Liberal Democrats and now Conservative Nationals? The competition for that last place on the voting ticket is hotting up!
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