Monthly Archives: August 2010

Election Australia 2010: Australian Parliament; Hung, Drawn, and Quartered


So, at the end of all the hoo-ha, negativity, xenophobia and mediocre inconsequential “fluffy stuff” journalism, what did we get?  A House of Representative that is quite obviously going to be hung, some pretty drawn politicians (especially the party leaders … Continue reading

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Election Australia 2010: Liberal National Coalition Wins Federal Election


There it is, my prediction on the outcome of the Federal Election, a Liberal National Coalition win.  This prediction has been reached using the “Gutometer” a carefully honed instrument, developed over many years of interaction with the good, the bad … Continue reading

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Election Australia 2010: Still D,C and B and 21 Days Still to Go! Aaaargh!


A week later and still the misogyny, xenophobia, political opportunism, populism, misrepresentation, trivial distraction from the key issues and bulls**t continues. Tuning out is almost impossible, it’s everywhere, and there is a poll for everything.  All essentially meaningless.  Thankfully Anthony … Continue reading

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