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Peter van Onselen
Nationals MP to me: “if McCormack is prepared to let the PM throw Bridget under a bus for something his office was part of, yet protect Angus Taylor, it’s time our party stops being a lap dog to the Libs”. 😬
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Solo Monk Feb 3
Replying to @vanOnselenP
Who answers this correctly gets to be leader: “Could you name a single, big policy area where the Nats have sided with the interests of farmers over the interest of miners when they come into conflict? - [Waleed Aly.]
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💧Colin Feb 3
Replying to @vanOnselenP
I think it’s time Malcom Turnbull told us what’s in the coalition agreement.
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Lee Feb 3
Replying to @vanOnselenP
Yawn, wake me when one of these cowards says something like this on the record, or actually does something about it I'm so bored of anonymous Nats threatening to do something, its been my whole life & nothing's happened yet
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InTheFeels Feb 3
Replying to @pommylee @vanOnselenP
Right. And as if Barnaby would do better or stand against the LNP IPA Gina’s and Murdoch’s interests - pfft.
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Pup Fiction Feb 3
Replying to @vanOnselenP
I’d love to see the Nationals stop being a lapdog to the Libs and ditch the Coalition. How long would the Libs last as a minority government?
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Michelle Feb 3
Replying to @vanOnselenP
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Michael Max Weiss😷 Feb 3
Replying to @vanOnselenP
a Minister should put his arms around his leader's shoulders and be ambitious for him
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michael dyer Feb 3
Replying to @vanOnselenP
It is precisely because the NATs are the lap dogs of the LIBs that the bush misses out time and again. That and because the NATs represent vested interests and not the average bushie
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