Stephen Conroy - A severe case of malignant narcissisism.

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  1. jparrie

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    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIRVekNANfM[/youtube]

    What a prick.
     
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    he's such a 'tard !
     
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    Yeah, I've been mostly a Labor voter, more swinging now, but you do wonder about the pathway that Labor allows some types. There was some very pivotal and lucrative NBN position or something being discussed live on Radio National, and journalists were pushing for why the opening wasn't gazetted before being filled, and eventually Conroy said from the back of the room that he'd appointed the functionary and there was a sound of cynical vindication from some journalists. I've always had a bad vibe about Conroy and had notions about what he'd descend to if he did have "unfettered legal power". Like Doug Casey says, in affect, there's 20% of the 20% of the 20% just waiting for the opportunity to manifest their true nature.
     
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    Has anyone in the Labor Party ever had ANY experience in the private sector?
     
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    Nope they've all slithered their way to lordship by mastering 'the system'. Are the Liberals much different?
     
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    The dude that danced like a spastic. You know, that midnight oil guy.
     
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    +1

    To me it appears they all dance to the same tune of the puppet master.
     
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    No, no, they're completely different.

    The Labor party are in thrall to the unions but the Liberal party are the whores of big business.

    They're like chalk and cheese.
     
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    The difference is the Liberal party is all about creating jobs small business and big business .
    The labour is all about destroying private jobs ,ie manufacturing jobs ,small business jobs ,mining jobs,etc etc . and creating pubilic service jobs .
    giving our money overseas to multi nationals, foreign countrys as supposed aid ,looking after the banks, any bank ours or theirs
    At the expense of the budget ...

    Forgot about selling/giving our sovereignty to the communist/socialist UN
     
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    Beautifully put.
     
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    Comparing a politician with the disabled is a bit rude.

    Have you no compassion for the disabled?
     
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    Clearly, Conroy is a stereotypical case of what happens to when kids bullied at school grow up.
     
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    And become a policeman and bully others.

    For background, as well as being a policeman, he was a councilor in a local council prior to his entry into the federal arena.

    The local papers were always full of how he was arrogant and, effectively, a bully he was. His modus operandi was akin to using stand-over tactics on anyone who disagreed with him.
     
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    Unions are big business?
     
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    The government bullies adults around, some of those adults bully their kids around and some of the bullied kids bully other kids around and then some of those kids go into govt and so on...

    The problem of bullying in society starts with the government and it's position of unearned and unjustified authority.
     
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    :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
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    Dude you hit that on the lateral thinking head!!+10

    REDBACK
     
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    Edit: Boston beat me to it.

    Maby he has back pain?
     

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