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    Even if the coalition win, the reason they called this double dissolution will not be solved! They won't have enough of a majority.

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    I would think that with how the results are looking things are just going to be a while heap harder for the coalition if they win (something I personally think of as a as a good thing)

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    Swing against the liberals of 4.3%

    Swing towards labor of 2.3%

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Even if the coalition win, the reason they called this double dissolution will not be solved! They won't have enough of a majority.
    Most likely not. But if the bill doesn't pass the senate again the Governor General can have a joint sitting of the Senate/House of reps that would probably get it through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    She's such an embarrassment to Australia. I loathe her.
    Definitely. But let the ignorant red necks who voted for her have her. She will let them down (she always does) and that will hopefully teach them what a waste of space she is.

    I know if doesn't seem like it always but you do have to have a brain to be a member of the either house and as she doesn't she can't survive.

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    I want to go to bed but I can't stop watching

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    Labor one my electorate. So it begins. Big spending. Sigh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    She's such an embarrassment to Australia. I loathe her.
    Yep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    Labor one my electorate. So it begins. Big spending. Sigh.
    The big spending will probably come from the coalition trying to win it back

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    The Senate's looking very right. Possible 4 for Pauline (1-2 in qld, maybe 1 in WA and NSW). 1, maybe 2 for Lambie. Maybe 3 for Xenophon. Will be interesting to see where voting lands and if it does happen, how it will play out in the next Parliament


 

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