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 The Messiah from the Shire! Another ‘miracle’ please God!

13.01.22.  Scott Morrison is fast learning that Frank Sinatra’s song, “I’ve got a pocketful of miracles, and with a pocketful of miracles, one little miracle a day is all I need,” is no longer the God-given right of the self-righteous. Morrison’s record of poor judgement is the perfect election media campaign that Labor could never have imagined to obtain. Apparently, Morrison’s God takes a dim view about people who deliberately tell fibs? But, as we all know, many an election has been won via spin and crooked salesmanship lapped up by the political braindead. Morrison’s cabinet support should prepare to lose their jobs unless there is a leadership change—ASAP!

Video source: Sky News

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  • Pensioner Pete 13/01/2022, 6:25 am

    Mr Hawaii is the purveyor of his own and the Coalitions doom come May this year, that is quite clear and the electorate see this clearly also.

    Unless there is an immediate change of leadership, this being the Prime Ministers stands aside and lets Peter Dutton take over, the Coalition has zero chance of success at the May election, all because Mr Hawaii is not a leaders bootlace and never was.

    The situation with Novak Djokovic is an example of the bumbling, stumbling approach of Mr Hawaii, his attempt to utilise this world class tennis player, purely for political purposes has now become a major issue for the Coalition, and no matter which way this situation ends, it will severely damage the Coalition’s chances of re-election.

    Instead of leadership, Mr Hawaii has produced shambles, and the electors are well awake to this, which will be reflected on polling day.

    • seadogger 13/01/2022, 6:33 am

      Here Here PP and it has to happen sooner than later. The god bothering snake oil salesman has got to go just as the Aust. Post boss HAD TO GO.
      What goes around comes around.

    • Muphin 13/01/2022, 7:46 am

      ScoMo could not organise an orgy in a brothel.

  • Graham Richards 13/01/2022, 7:09 am

    And then there were two.

  • Albert 13/01/2022, 7:14 am

    There is no doubt in my mind that Dutton should oust Morrison. However, even if he were to do so today would there be enough time to repair the damage done by Morrison?

    • seadogger 13/01/2022, 7:20 am

      Yes Albert there would be. To go from a wishy washy leader to a leader of substance is immediately recogniseable by all people of substance.

      • Pensioner Pete 13/01/2022, 7:29 am

        Agreed seadogger.

      • John 13/01/2022, 7:45 am

        People of substance.
        I agree Seadogger but as far as I can see the substantial folk make up substantially less than ~ 50% of the population. Also agree with Albert, time is getting short, blood needs to “stain the wattle” now.

      • Disgruntled 13/01/2022, 8:14 am

        I think I gotta agree to all the above.
        The Feds seem to be stumbling from one shambles to another these days and it is daily getting worser and worser! For one reason or another it seems to never stop getting worse!
        It will take a lot to turn the ship around and trying has to happen fairly soon before it is too late.

        Doesn’t matter what or who is the blame, but it is happening nevertheless.
        At this time we do need a very strong and very decisive leader. Scomo may be doing his best, but is that good enough??
        Don’t forget Albo is in the wings really smugly smirking; That frightens me a whole lot!

    • Aktosplatz 13/01/2022, 8:38 am

      Agree with all of these posts, especially yours, Dis.

      All Albanese has to do is keep silent and let ‘Nature’ take its course, and he will win this election.

    • Santa 13/01/2022, 1:56 pm

      It would change my vote. Right now I put the Liberals last on the ticket, behind the Greens. That’s all they deserve. I would put them first if Dutton were the leader.

  • mischevious 13/01/2022, 7:59 am

    morrisson is a goner for sure, not so sure albanese will pick up the votes. i and many i know will never vote for mainstream parties again. its all about a single issue for us.

    • Aktosplatz 13/01/2022, 8:40 am
      • Disgruntled 13/01/2022, 1:49 pm

        Golly, these Pauline’s skits are absolutely bloody fantastic.
        Yer gotta be dead (not just brain dead) not to get a good laugh. One comment even was “Best Aussie comedy since the Paul hogan show way back in the good old days”. and thats saying something!

        Seems as if James Ashby is the driving force behind it all and they are going to do a series of 20. (Ijust can’t wait!)


        It sure takes the morbid stuffiness out of the campaign and one does not have to wonder if all what it being promised is lies; Mostly it all is and Pauline’s skits are very refreshing as she makes no claims but still gets the message across in a bloody good and humorous way! Hope she lives on and on and on and so forth. She is Australia’s best icon now!

      • Disgruntled 13/01/2022, 2:19 pm

        Hey!! I just hadda put up another one. It’s a beautie.

        The reason of putting it up is to show what a moronic asshole that Nic Reece really is. He had nothing but disdain for this skit and even had the hide to caution Rita.

        How a bloke like that with his beliefs and views could ever get to the prominence he has in the Labor establishment tells us a whole lot more about Labor than it tells us about him. Now with Albo breathing heavily he (reece that is) will be extremely arrogant and hard to take soon. May the Lord have mercy on us all!

        I wouldn’t even want to be seen in the same paddock as him; and I talking about a 5000 ha. paddock too!


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