And look what bullcrap came from Malcolms envious mouth

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  1. fishtaco

    fishtaco Active Member Silver Stacker

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    A ONE Nation Senator will be going to Donald Trump's inauguration after the party's leader Pauline Hanson got tickets, and Malcolm Turnbull was not invited.
    One Nation senator Brian Burston will attend Donald Trump's inauguration instead of Senator Hanson. Hanson tweeted he would do a great job of representing the party.
    It comes as Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull won't be among the hundreds of thousands expected at the inauguration in Washington DC.
    The prime minister confirmed that, unlike One Nation leader Pauline Hanson, he hasn't received an invitation to the presidential swearing-in. "I am very busy here as you can see as prime minister of this country looking after the interests of hard working Australian families," he told reporters in Toowoomba.
    Senator Hanson won't be attending the inauguration either despite being "gifted tickets".
    After she drank champagne on the steps of Parliament House the day Trump was elected, she won't be able to make it due to work commitments either.
    Senator Hanson posted on social media this morning that it was an honour to be invited.
    "Would you believe it? I have been gifted tickets to the Presidential Inauguration Ceremony of @realDonaldTrump - what an honour," she said on Twitter.
    The senator quickly followed with a tweet saying she was still deciding whether she could attend because of her duties to the people of Queensland and Australia.
     
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    Turnbull is not up to be job.
     
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    SpacePete Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Depends on what his job is. If it is like the majority of mainstream politicians then his job is to enrich himself and his largest donors. He seems to be doing quite well with his investments and will retire an extremely wealthy man. The rest of us.... not so much.
     
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    Malcom was already rich
    Unlike Rudd he didn't have to con the QLD government , there is no corruption in the Rudd family business (wink wink nudge nudge)
     
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    Sure, he was wealthy, but how many of these types, especially those attracted to positions of power, are happy to just say "you know what, I'm already rich so I don't want any more money"? They always want more and more and more.
     
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    radiobirdman Active Member Silver Stacker

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    Turdball is a bumbling fool
    Lucy is the one in drivers seat
     
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    What a choice we have. Bill Shorten is the poster boy for corruption and malfeasance and Malcolm Turnbull is an empty, hollow man with no courage or character.
     
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    None of them can be trusted which is why Australians really should fight back against moves to weaken and undermine our liberties.
     

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