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Netz Melbourne 6h
When Bill Shorten published his book, it was marketed with the phrase "if you want to understand the next PM of Australia, this is essential reading". Sorry Bill, but your book is nothing but a work of fiction and gibberish that is now being pulped.
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Netz Melbourne Sep 18
Exactly 4 months ago, Bill Shorten and Labor declared they were "ready to govern". Sorry Bill, but Australians were not ready for your punitive tax agenda, open borders policy, and your insane pledge to destroy small businesses and jobs.
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Mark ✊🏻 🔴⚪️💙🐶 Sep 13
so elderly pensioners.. did you vote for this on May 18th? when you decided to vote for the Coalition did you know that Scott Morrison was going to put you onto the ? you’re not alcoholics, gambling addicts or junkies.. yet 💳 awaits
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John Metzner 15h
Not with those 5 not ever! 😂😂🇦🇺
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Netz Melbourne Sep 14
17 weeks ago, the people of Australia cast their vote at the ballot box. They looked at Bill Shorten. They considered his policies. And at the end of the day, they were not prepared to let someone like that lead our great nation down the gurgler.
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💧Lesley Howard Sep 18
Newspaper history of Cathy McGowan preserved at Wangaratta library via
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Stephen #ChooseForward Sep 17
Can I just say... GO BILL SHORTEN! ❤️ AND DAMN YOU QUEENSLAND.
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Netz Melbourne 20h
Replying to @_lidlikr
The 2019 election and the arrogance of Labor and Bill Shorten will be reflected upon for generations to come.
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Netz Melbourne 20h
Replying to @Thepoolsideguy1
And we did!
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Linda Reeb Sep 11
Replying to @Anthony_Klan
One seat majority - the Scumbagfuhrer will do ANYTHING to keep her. 😠
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TheIPAResistance Sep 10
continues his speaker bias in Senate. This “person of caliber” continues to deflect, and use logical fallacy towards LNP. Marise Payne was asked whether she agreed gender pay gap gone. That’s a Y/N answer. Scotty, you’re a dope.
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💧Windy Commissioner Sep 18
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Trish Payne Sep 11
if you were playing strategic political advantage as Libs do,in this difficult week for ,weekend analysis can go two ways be favourable as you grant as deserved security to a small family and a community or cop deservedly the other key agendas .
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StephenFiyalko Sep 11
Replying to @lynlinking @glebbern
Any grubbiness is on 's end. Having experienced in @GladyLiuMP's misinformation & flaunting of postal regulations & electoral laws this campaign left a particularly bad taste in my mouth. If he ignores her risk to national security, should go with her.
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Mick Roberts Sep 13
Australia - where ALL of the LNP Policies, and some of the ALP’s Policies, are A$$ backwards in helping our Most Vulnerable Citizens, Asylum Seekers and Refugees! 🤨
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Damien Tomlinson Sep 12
You see ugly mischaracterisations of climate rebels in the MSM but actually the people glued to the road are totes normal entrepreneurs like Jas, whose “art” empire supports her terrified family’s months-long passion for the environment, extending all the way back to 🤡
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Joshua Healy Sep 11
In a rich field of post-mortems, excels: "More than anything, the last election was about the lie at the middle of the Australian character: that this is a country built on fairness. Morrison understood it to be a lie and won [by] exploiting that."
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Luke Mansillo Sep 11
Who said it was a climate change election?
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Antony Green Sep 10
If you compare the 2013 and 2019 Senate results, the new voting system meant parties needed first preference to win, not preference deals. And it shows up that in 2013 parties were elected from very low votes, but not in 2019.
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Antony Green Sep 10
The further rise of convenience voting at the 2019 NSW election, Early Voting Centre votes up to 21.5%, iVote at down to 5.0%, postal vote continues its long term decline to only 2.9% of all votes.
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