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The Weak in Politics

The Weak In Politics

The Weak In Politics

Friday 10 March, 2017
The benefits of climate change According to Tim Flannery climate change will be the catalyst for more  sunshine and cyclones. Why can’t the Greens understand that this would provide the incremental solar and wind power South Australia so desperately needs to boost its electricity supplies? Heard at Liberal Party HQ “How do you think Bill […]
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The benefits of climate change

According to Tim Flannery climate change will be the catalyst for more  sunshine and cyclones. Why can’t the Greens understand that this would provide the incremental solar and wind power South Australia so desperately needs to boost its electricity supplies?

Heard at Liberal Party HQ

“How do you think Bill Shorten’s doingas Opposition leader?”

“I think he’s still being outclassed by Tony Abbott”

Election guru

If Putin did influence the result of the US Presidential election Malcolm urgently needs to consult him about how to raise his Newspoll standings.

More digs at Triggs

Gillian is yet another manifestation of the long held belief that human rights and politics don’t mix.

Wham bam thank you Tony

Tony’s prime ministership is being increasingly seen as a two knight stand.

Heard in a Canberra restaurant

“As a populist of course Pauline reflects the views of ordinary people”

“No wonder I don’t agree with her”

Signs of the times

Are you suffering from chronic climate change fatigue syndrome? Are you fed up with waiting for sea levels to rise? Has your support for wind turbines run out of puff? Do you switch off the tv every time Richard Di Natale comes on? Have you enjoyed the record summer temperatures? It’s time you joined Climate Change Sceptics Anonymous and started to enjoy a carefree carbon- emitting lifestyle again.

 

 

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