So it's basically a lose-lose for Malcolm if he follows a rational, compassionate and more sensible line on important issues.
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10-07-2016 13:22 #571Senior Member
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10-07-2016 19:41 #572
I have to agree... It will be hard getting consensus among the members of the coalition let alone in the house of reps or the senate.
But according to statements made today by shorten, there is hope yet for a functional government and legislation being passed without needing to make deals with the devil (hanson, Nile, lambie)..
This might actually be the best of both worlds for liberals and labor supporters - they will need to create policies that are in line with the coalition's economic & business values but with the social conscience of the labor and greens.
I'm probably being naive & optimistic.. Time will tell.
10-07-2016 20:37 #573
Not sure about others but the one that was here in my town was brand new, certainly wasn't lacking anything. It has since been closed and it will remain that way now the Libs are still in. It would have been rebuilt no doubt had Labour got in, as has been the case everytime they have been in power.
10-07-2016 20:46 #574
John Howard originally opened the centre and it seems the town has lost out since the centre closed.
10-07-2016 21:15 #575
11-07-2016 13:09 #576
Hopefully now that the curtin land is being utilised as the RAAF base which is what it originally used to be we won't have a detention centre here again.
11-07-2016 21:44 #577
A recession is a temporary decline in economic activity.
14-07-2016 16:06 #578
Thought I would share this for anyone unsure if the plebiscite (or apparently even the vague prospect of one) will actually produce gross advertising as I've said it will inevitably. This came in the mail today...ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1468479947.501974.jpg
Now imagine you're the child of a same sex couple, collecting the mail because that's your job, and you come across this?
Or even a young teen who thinks they may be gay...
14-07-2016 16:19 #579
Yuck That is revolting. Defenceless kids? Oh p*ss off. Children need their basic needs met, with heaps of love and some kind of contact with positive role models of both sexes. That could be an Uncle, a grandmother, a footy coach.
The only one enforcing anything on others is these bigoted nutcases! I'm so sorry Rainbow, I'm sickened and angry and I'm not even gay. I cannot believe the Libs have chosen this route.
14-07-2016 16:23 #580
Well you know, you've seen poor DS. He's obviously suffering greatly!
Such a load of horse**** which is water off a duck's back to us but has so much potential to be really damaging.
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