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It’s the end of the world as we kn…wait hang on a second!!!

Just as the Mayan calendar “predicts” the end of the world this year, the Tony Abbott calendar earmarked the 1st of July as the end of the world in Australia and in particular Whyalla would be “disappearing off the map”.

To the surprise of abosultely no-one with a functioning synapse nothing of the sort has happened. Of course if you listened to the media the latest round of polling, coincidentally taken BEFORE the “tax” came in had most people believing that they would be worse off and that it was a bad idea yada yada yada.  How anyone would know this without actually experiencing it is something that should have immediately got everyone calling this for the massive bullshit that it is, but when you are in the thrall of the media pantswetters in their search for the next stick to beat the Government you know this is not going to happen.

The fact that Abbott made his ridiculous statement about Whyalla should be a gift for the Government.  They should be running vision of his statement coupled with photos of Whyalla at every opportunity, highlighting him for the useless prick he really is.

The time to expect the public to accept fact instead of the media/LNP driven ficiton we are exposed to is over.  The Government needs to start pushing back hard, highlighting every single ridiculous statement made against the carbon tax and highlighting it.  The sooner the public start to realise how hideously incompetent the Opposition is the better and now is the time to start.

Though please, no more Skyhooks covers Mr Emerson.

 

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  1. July 3, 2012 at 9:45 PM

    I like Phoney Tony & the NO Coalition’s new phrase, ‘hope, reward, opportunity’
    Under a NO Coalition government Hope = ‘Gee, I hope I’ve still got a job under the new Work Choices; Reward = Gosh, I’m getting paid $10 and hour at this new job, and; Opportunity = If I work two jobs and 60 hours a week I’ll have the deposit for a house in 20 years!

  2. July 4, 2012 at 7:23 AM

    Like a lot of desperate minions of the left M S you seem to think that peddling the line that the negative consequences of Gillard’s Carbonchoices have been predicted to be immediate at quickly evident. Obviously this is not what the coalition has been saying at all. Clearly those negative consequences will be more of a cumulative slow burn and while cities like Whyalla have not been economically devastated yet any city predicated upon a carbon intense industry like steel is in trouble under this regime.

    • July 4, 2012 at 8:09 AM

      Iain, you are seriously kidding yourself if you think that any comments the Opposition have made about ANYTHING in the past 18 months are anything apart from fear-mongering and catering to the pantswetting media to give them their next big narrative.

  3. July 4, 2012 at 9:02 AM

    MS
    Had the Government been even marginally worthy of any pra

  4. July 4, 2012 at 9:08 AM

    cont;
    praise then the opposition would just not have had any ammunition to attack them with

  5. Min
    July 4, 2012 at 10:30 AM

    Massive..love your tags. 🙂

  6. Min
    July 4, 2012 at 10:32 AM

    You are right..please Emo, no more forays into karaoke…although it’s was probably an improvement of Joe Hockey’s impersonation of Shrek, but only marginally…

    • jane
      July 6, 2012 at 10:24 PM

      Min,, at least Emmo knew he was doing a Skyhooks impression, Shrek is so dumb he doesn’t even know what a dipstick he is.

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