gergreg wrote: ↑June 14, 2022, 9:48 pm
papabear wrote: gergreg wrote: ↑June 14, 2022, 5:41 pm
papabear wrote: gergreg wrote: ↑June 14, 2022, 1:25 pm
Yes the ALP has completed screwed up the Energy sector in the past 3 weeks.
It’s not the governments job to keep the lights on in the first few weeks.
How long should people wait before expecting the government to govern.
For one I hope they get it sorted.
But you don’t need to be a partisan zombie it’s not like this is a labor party forum..
I thought you were joking? Hang on ... you're not being serious here, are you?
FTR people who are as partisan as you push me and others like me in the other direction whichever way the tilt is.
The coalition got voted on their performance.
The labor party now have the opportunity to govern for however long they can show the electorate that they can do it well.
At one of the first tests for it - you bring out the old blame it on the old party tripe, obviously the previous party left labor / the country they are in (all the good and bad) the question isn’t how they performed - badly they got voted out.
It is what will labor do…
Good news is , no black outs for me where I am..
Oh **** off dude. You're just as partisan as me. Stop kidding yourself.
When the Libs were knee deep in sports rorts, carpark rorts/pork barrelling, sexual allegations, ministers engaging in sexual activity with staffers and then having the **** nerve to vote against same sex marriage because of the sanctity of marriage... where were you to raise these issues? Nowhere ... Nowhere to be seen. I raised many of these issues in this thread and not a **** peep out of anybody.
But you parrot the libs Bull line that they are better economic managers ... so last week when it was announced that we would be forking out just under a billion dollars in compensation to the French government over the bungled submarine deal you were here complaining about it ... right ... right? No of course you weren't because you are as much a liberal stooge as I am a labor stooge. Own your **** man.
Ok so now we are owning how we vote:-
2004 I voted labor
Gillard knifed Rudd and made a promise
Coalition for 4/5 elections
Then voted teal / labor this year.. no labor candidate I. My pleasant part of the world..
Senate - I have been voting mostly pirate / Greens / weed forever
Now for nsw
I voted labor up until Eddie Obeid started buying land he had granted mining licenses on… ( I think this sentiment was a popular one) and pretty much went with most nswmen
I am not sure where I will vote next nsw election.
Now as for you soldier care to share the many times you have voted for the coalition?
Or could it be that from your perspective everyone looks like a capitalist oil baron :p
Also why so much tone and rage, if you have accepted you are a labor zombie then be at peace with it and also come to terms with parroting the party line can get boring in conversation between scholars and gentlemen..