I am not a fan of Turnbull but Dutton really? That racist git. No thanks, Id rather take my chance with Turnbull.
Turnbull is waffling away into oblivion - I sincerely would rather the LNP stay in power than put that cabal of spendthrifts at the Labor Party back in charge of the nation. The LNP are bad enough, the Labor Party might actually send us broke this time around, God knows Gillard had a red hot go the last time they were in power.
Calls me a rube yet laps up whatever that gold-digger squawks. Razz Don I do try to be civil but you make that increasingly difficult. You can bag but that’s about it. You continually scorn one side of politics for supposedly abandoning the working class yet when I point out her voting record it’s "whatever". Only a few percent of undecided voters will decide the next election so how far 'right' you end-up voting isn’t going to swing it.
The Labor Party are the entire reason that the working class are up sh*t creek without a paddle to begin with... hello Hawke/Keating "Accords"? Corporate profitability in Australia exploded after the first Accord mid-eighties and worker wages stood still for years on end. Keating then gifts the Sydney finance industry a river of gold forever - the blessing of compulsory worker superannuation, designed so that the NSW finance industry elite can skim profits off now and forever. On top of that Hawke and Keating accelerated the charge to complete de-industrialisation in Australia making all and any kinds of manufacturing un-viable at the expense of the banking and finance industries: Then Keating floats the Commonwealth Bank for a lousy few billion (now worth 70 billion) giving yet another enormous free kick to the big end of town. No wonder they both advise Chinese interests on the best way to manipulate governments to gain policy advantages - they've been doing it for their corporate mates for decades.
Really you could hardly tell the difference between Labor "reforms" and the LNP's similarly worker unfriendly policies such as "WorkChoices". Hell, at least you knew what Howard stood for.