Oh how simplistic, over-generalised statements take me back to year 11! How much easier it was back then when I could only see in black and white
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16-05-2013 19:22 #133Senior Member
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The live export example simply reinforces to me that a Labor govt is more likely to listen to the public after the get up campaign. Libs will have to try harder than that to sway me, esp considering even John Howard isn't worried about the economy/spending.
I particularly like the cartoons with the TAX TAX TAX on their backs I guess they would never promise to not introduce a tax and then go ahead and do it anyway
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16-05-2013 19:35 #134
If only they could use this ad!!
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16-05-2013 19:45 #136
I worry that the rest of the progressive world is going to see a man who doesn't respect women, is firmly against pro choice (thus not respecting women). Who makes comments about the death of soldiers as "sh*t happens* and the world is going to think geez I never realised the Aussies were so backward. His beliefs are becoming more and more like US republican. And look at where that got the US
FWIW I don't think voting lib makes you a selfish person. Some of the people in this thread and other political ones that are going on who vote lib, I admire greatly. I know they love their families, they care about others. They just see things differently to me... and that's ok
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16-05-2013 20:09 #138
Yes, despite me never agreeing with the core values of the libs, Turnbull would be ok. Can't stand Hockey. He is so arrogant and obnoxious
16-05-2013 20:20 #139
If Turnbull was the leader I would vote Liberal. But I can't in all good conscience (for me) vote for a party that allows that man to lead it.
16-05-2013 21:28 #140
I will come back and later and detail more a bit later, but in basic terms the forefront is the idealism which sounds great on the surface, but the issue is details of how funding will pay for them.
Death duties is the first thing that comes to mind. (By the way - this isn't one that I worry about how they'll fund it, but it is one that will make a lot of people struggle financially when someone dies.)
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