Who's made their decisions on the election?

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  1. TheEnd

    TheEnd Well-Known Member

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    Well after seeing Tony Abbott this morning on ABC1 and after Rudd screwing up with his apparent coalition 10Billion dollar expendisure i'm pretty confident that I will vote Liberal.... Abbott wants to remove the carbon tax altogether, implement major road building in Melbourne, reduce excess public servant jobs, and implement a plan to stop the boats. As far as I can tell the Oz economy will be much better off within a few weeks/months if Libs get in?
     
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    hem9 Active Member Silver Stacker

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    Im voting Lib, not because I believe what Abott says, only on the fact that at least they will do what they say properly. Not like Labor, who have all these great aspirations but overblow and under deliver the policy namely, school halls, the insulation scheme, mining tax royalties, payroll debacle and so on and so forth.
     
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    TheEnd Well-Known Member

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    Nice one Hem i'm with you..... Its time we ALL had a positive change in this country.....And no bloody carbon tax!
     
  4. Shaddam IV

    Shaddam IV Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    The Liberals are a cohesive, mature party. Labor is not really a party, it is a group of factions clawing for control of available turf. That is enough for me.
     
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    That's hilarious, after Howard gutted the party.... Libs are exactly in this position, Howard removed anyone who dissented with him and left behind a sick party unable to think for its self without their glorious leader. Their losses at the last two elections had little to do with Kevin or Julia being good candidates and everything to do with the fact that they weren't a real party, just a group of factions clawing for control of available turf.

    Sure the libs have had a couple of years to pick themselves up but they and labour are in very similar positions, the libs are just a bit father along the path to recovery.

    I'm voting below the line, the only thing I haven't decided yet is if i put the libs or labour last.
     
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    TheEnd Well-Known Member

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    Another nice one......... I'm beginning to see a pattern here already lol!
     
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    Choosing which turd stinks least again. As yet unsure but I would vote in Anthony Albanese based on his selections for Rage last night. Would love to have had a Rudd or Abbott playlist
     
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    The coalition promised to reduce the size & impact of "Government" & in the same breath introducing another tax on our most sucessful businesses.. the Paid Parental Scheme.

    The NSW & QLD state liberal/nat. parties both promised to cut back green & red tape. They have both failed to do so.

    I don't see the Federal Coalition delivering with this track record.

    Govt legislation is a hidden tax that easily adds 20% cost to doing business in this country.
     
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    Caput Lupinum Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I'm voting Greens cause I'm trying to get in this hippy girl's pants that's into dolphins and sh*t
     
  10. Shaddam IV

    Shaddam IV Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Any facts to back that up of is it simply your opinion?
     
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    10/10 if trolling 4/10 if serious
     
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    Did anyone notice Rudd & Abbott wearing blue ties.

    yeah, turtle you Julia you turtling turtle.
     
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    boston Active Member Silver Stacker

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    Two (2) heads of the same beast.

    One thing is almost certain, and that is regardless of whoever wins, workers will pay more tax and with less services.
     
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    MyNamesNotBen New Member

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    Rupert Murdoch has made his

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    Clawhammer Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    OMG!!! free MINI JAR of nutella !!!!
     
  16. Caput Lupinum

    Caput Lupinum Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    tbh the free nutella should have gotten the bigger proportion of the front page
     
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    I'm voting for the Sex Party - then I'm gonna sit back and wait for them to hand out stimulus :D
     
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    Very fitting - represents a jar full of ALP concentrate.
     
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    sex PARTY !!!!
     
  20. Caput Lupinum

    Caput Lupinum Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Can you vote swap at the sex party?
     

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