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Offline anotherforumuser

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Major clusterfuck that one; but he DID get things done within the limitations of a hostile Senate. "Stop the boats" is one that springs to mind.

Stopping the boats was something to be proud of and why I wont vote labor. They'll let them back in.

On the vote compass I said that I wouldnt vote for the Liberal, Labor or Greens leader. I'll be voting independant write in. The Scud Party.



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I'd like to know the costing of the boat people Gillard let in. The cost over 10 years ,as its on record 90% of them live on welfare.

$$$$$$$$$$$$$



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PML, so informative and right!

Just got told ads will appear telling you you have to put 6 numbers above the line in the senate or 12 numbers below the line.

Total bullshit.

Only need to number 1 box above the line if you want to.

The Greens did a deal with the government so the AEC will 'direct' you how to vote, which you don't have to do.

I assume how to vote flyers will have the right info and not this bullshit.



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I am bang on the economic line, but I am showing as being ever so marginally conservative.

Who represents me then?  I am in the middle of the two majors from both a social and economic point of view.



Offline amgsl55

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I am bang on the economic line, but I am showing as being ever so marginally conservative.

Who represents me then?  I am in the middle of the two majors from both a social and economic point of view.

Then you are a Turnbull man



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Shorten announces $500m city-wide tram network plan for Adelaide.



Offline amgsl55

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Shorten announces $500m city-wide tram network plan for Adelaide.

is that to replace the tram network that they ripped out many years ago?



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