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Irene C May 18
Replying to @Meshel_Laurie
And what is it with you celebrities being so pro-labor? " . It's easy for you guys on inflated salaries to side with a government which "appears" to side with "compassion" for the sake of looking good, whilst the rest of us try to get ahead the good old fashioned way
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The Project May 20
It was supposed to be THE election issue of 2019 - climate change. But Australia has spoken and it’s chosen a government prepared to do far less on the climate emergency than the alternative. So what happened?
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Michael Dixon May 20
Still laughing at Waleed prediction of Labor winning 81 seats.
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Colin Hughes May 18
When any cancer patient walks out of a doctors surgery and is asked to pay $150 thank all those who voted LNP
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Wotyagunnado May 20
Surprised to see Waleed on tonight, I thought he'd still be crying in his cup of tea! Even more surprised to Lisa after her embarrassing letter to ScoMo. You'd think she'd be hiding away as long as possible, although Pirate Pete would make anyone wanna get away.
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💧🌏 Denise Shrivell May 23
The Townsville Lord Mayor who just said no one was investing in her region - providing non-coal jobs - must have forgotten about this 👇🤔
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The Project May 24
You can sign ’s petition to get Western Australia to make legislative changes towards indecent assault here:
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💦 Mark Dickenson💦Democracy is ours not theirs! May 18
I reckon this sums it up perfectly...
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The Project May 19
There are growing calls for former prime minister Tony Abbott to become Australia's next ambassador to the US, just days after his former deputy Julie Bishop was touted for the plum job.
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Rohanct May 20
Waleed Aly looks like a broken man
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Seenbrighterdays May 19
The Project giving Scott Morrison no credit for the win. He was a campaigning machine and I’m not a fan but gotta give credit where credit is due.
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Still #NotABot Robin May 20
You know what happened Waleed. People lied about their inner racist and Luddite nature’s and voted for their pockets. So sad.
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WTF Australia!!!! May 22
Labor didn't let us down . It was the media for not calling out the lies of the LNP - and in some cases they perpetuated the lies. Sadly, too many Australians accepted every word Morrison said, but not what Bill said 🤦‍♀️
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The Project May 21
How do you feel about the delayed tax cuts?
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The Project May 20
"I've been interfered with by a Russian." Lynne Postlethwaite dishes an exclusive from a cupboard in the Ecuadorian Embassy
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The Project May 18
VIEWS | "Please remind us once again what true leadership with a united party behind you looks like, because I think we can all agree we haven’t seen that for quite some time." -
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Ben linke May 20
Queenslanders seem to believe a couple of coal mines will create 1000s of jobs, when it will be more like 50 - 100 jobs and probably half of those will be given foreign workers
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The Project May 22
What do you think of people wanting to leave Australia for NZ as result of the election?
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LRD May 20
Labour still don't get it - the people have spoken. Don't blame advertising, don't blame polls just blame yourselves. No excuses. By the way Walid predicted 90+ seats for Labour.
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Banjo May 19
Meshel Laurie admits she's had 'a breakdown' Needs to get off the burgers and hot dogs, that may help. via
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