Today is a measure of how small an arsenal the Liberals have. Once again they spoke of Thomson’s criminality; once again, they claimed Rudd was coming back.
What is wrong with the following sentence:
‘Newspoll is owned by Murdoch and behaves honestly’.
Hockey’s Press Club address in the Great Hall of Parliament was unimpressive, genial, mannerly, good-humoured, and beset now and then with with shafts of lunacy.
Hockey has no trust in Parkinson’s numbers and will not fire him? What will he do with him?
No doubt the extra charges laid against Craig will be more to do with ice creams than whores, and with local indications that he would retain his seat, and rejoin the Labor Party after his re-election.
There are no engagements the Liberals have won since the launch of their gimcrack broadband, and the number is quite a few.
[The following is a short essay I've written, as part of ongoing investigations into the prospects of expenditure reductions by Australian governments. I welcome comments and feedback on the essay, and suggestions you bring forward, by way of examples of government spending which reduces economic value creation outright or inhibits the ability of the private sector to create value.]
Of 10971 votes cast thus far, 1755 are in favour of privatising the ABC and SBS and 9217 against, in a poll in the Age and the smh.
The enormity of this proportion would argue the Liberals have lost at least some votes overnight, perhaps as many as 1 or 2 percent of the Australian electorate they won’t get back. Many of them would have been ethnic Australians afraid of losing their foreign language news services and foreign language movies.