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The Weak In Politics on Friday 1st April 2016

The Weak In Politics on Friday 1st April 2016

Friday 1 April, 2016
This was the week when it became apparent Tony actually believes Malcolm couldn’t win the election without him.
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Heard down the Canberra corridors of power

“What do you think the Preference Whisperer will be whispering to Jacqui during the election campaign?”

“Sweet nothings in her ear”

Heard at Liberal Party HQ

“Why do you think Malcolm’s adopted a policy of continuation and change?”

“It means he’s retaining the option of blaming Tony”

Heard in a Canberra restaurant

“It would be a disaster if Malcolm lost the election and Bill became the sixth PM in six years”

“It would be a calamity if Kevin became 07 in seven”

Heard in the Coalition caucus

‘If the Senate approves the ABCC legislation will Malcolm still press ahead with a double dissolution?”

“Yes the AWU and the CFMEU”

Heard in the Senate

“What do you think the future holds for PUP?”

“A litter recycling plant”

Heard at Liberal Party HQ

“Tony’s becoming very disruptive”

“I know, Party members are even starting to call him ‘Uber’”


About this Series
This is the column with insights that all the other publications seem unable to cope with. That’s arguably because they take politics far too seriously.

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