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Old Oct 23rd 2020, 12:37 am
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Meanwhile' Dan The Man,' appears to be doing rather well in the polls. As in other states the putting of residents first funnily enough, seems to be popular. As you'll likely agree on rare moments of reflection. Victoria has stood the course and played a good hand getting to terms with the virus.
Question should be is NSW Premier position tenable now that the findings have been released on corruption charges on part of former lover and her knowledge of matter?
What are you on about? If you want to talk polls, the latest is the Roy Morgan and the 2 party preferred is neck and neck. Given the useless state of the opposition in Victoria and the tendency for people to place faith in their leaders during a pandemic Andrews should be way out in front, but he has failed on everything and the poll reflect this.

Interestingly Andrews support is bolstered by youth, those without life experience or the ability to see and compute multiple dimensions. No suprises there. One trick ponies supporting one trick ponies.





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Old Oct 23rd 2020, 4:06 am
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What are you on about? If you want to talk polls, the latest is the Roy Morgan and the 2 party preferred is neck and neck. Given the useless state of the opposition in Victoria and the tendency for people to place faith in their leaders during a pandemic Andrews should be way out in front, but he has failed on everything and the poll reflect this.

Interestingly Andrews support is bolstered by youth, those without life experience or the ability to see and compute multiple dimensions. No suprises there. One trick ponies supporting one trick ponies.
What I'm going on about is the way you go on about Andrew's aping sentiment of Murdoch press word for word, along with the many brain washed, it may come as a surprise to some that he is doing rather well.
Andrews outside of his Corona stance, is obviously just another politician beholden to vested interests as any Liberal.
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Old Oct 23rd 2020, 7:44 am
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What I'm going on about is the way you go on about Andrew's aping sentiment of Murdoch press word for word, along with the many brain washed, it may come as a surprise to some that he is doing rather well.
Andrews outside of his Corona stance, is obviously just another politician beholden to vested interests as any Liberal.
Polls and now Murdoch. A lot of straw clutching. What's wrong with just admitting the man has taken way too far on so many levels. He's trying to be in control but so far out of control.
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Old Oct 23rd 2020, 8:34 am
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Polls and now Murdoch. A lot of straw clutching. What's wrong with just admitting the man has taken way too far on so many levels. He's trying to be in control but so far out of control.
Probably because you have never stated just what your stance be, given the situation that materialized in Victoria. Latest figures are indeed very promising. Sometimes a steady hand on the helm is what it takes to get back on course.
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Old Oct 23rd 2020, 10:28 pm
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Probably because you have never stated just what your stance be, given the situation that materialized in Victoria. Latest figures are indeed very promising. Sometimes a steady hand on the helm is what it takes to get back on course.
Post 110.

You asked it before and you got an answer. Asking the question twice doesn't always get the answer you crave.

And that's the problem, there is no steady hand on the wheel. The Chairman is treading water, smashing a walnut with a sledgehammer through control and fear.
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Post 110.

You asked it before and you got an answer. Asking the question twice doesn't always get the answer you crave.

And that's the problem, there is no steady hand on the wheel. The Chairman is treading water, smashing a walnut with a sledgehammer through control and fear.
That post says nothing. Get Victoria back on its feet? Does that mean a Trump like let the disease take its course? Everybody, or most, know aged care is a shambles in Australia. Just recognising that as fact does
not solve a thing though. Any ideas how that sorry state can be rectified?

Now the NSW Premier is in an untenable position IMO. She should do the right thing and resign. Dan at least has seen the results of maintaining a steady hand at the teller.
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That post says nothing. Get Victoria back on its feet? Does that mean a Trump like let the disease take its course? Everybody, or most, know aged care is a shambles in Australia. Just recognising that as fact does
not solve a thing though. Any ideas how that sorry state can be rectified?

Now the NSW Premier is in an untenable position IMO. She should do the right thing and resign. Dan at least has seen the results of maintaining a steady hand at the teller.
Yes let the COVID run it's course just like in NSW - the happy, open, functioning, financing state which is why the public want the NSW premier to remain in place. Only regretful, sabotaging, one trick ponies like yourself want her gone.

I wasn't aware but I see the QLD election polls have the LNP slightly out in front. Well that's a shock, but makes things interesting.
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Old Oct 24th 2020, 12:40 am
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Yes let the COVID run it's course just like in NSW - the happy, open, functioning, financing state which is why the public want the NSW premier to remain in place. Only regretful, sabotaging, one trick ponies like yourself want her gone.

I wasn't aware but I see the QLD election polls have the LNP slightly out in front. Well that's a shock, but makes things interesting.
Well NSW was able to allow the virus to 'run its course' due to low numbers. If it had 'taken off ' to the extent it did in Victoria, such a relaxed attitude would have been unlikely. Still not there yet on Premiers continued tenure.
She is compromised allowing her office to be used for the purposes revealed. While corruption, increasingly appears to be an increasingly normalised state of being, it cannot and should not be accepted , even when hinted off, by anyone in public position.

A shame you consider sanctions on wrong doings by those wielding power as the act of a one trick pony. It points somewhat to why the country is in such poor shape.
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Old Oct 24th 2020, 12:53 am
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Well NSW was able to allow the virus to 'run its course' due to low numbers. If it had 'taken off ' to the extent it did in Victoria, such a relaxed attitude would have been unlikely. Still not there yet on Premiers continued tenure.
She is compromised allowing her office to be used for the purposes revealed. While corruption, increasingly appears to be an increasingly normalised state of being, it cannot and should not be accepted , even when hinted off, by anyone in public position.

A shame you consider sanctions on wrong doings by those wielding power as the act of a one trick pony. It points somewhat to why the country is in such poor shape.
Victoria has been on low numbers for weeks now yet the chairman would still rather sacrifice freedoms, revenue, and mental health of his subjects for the political gain of eradication. What a selfish chairman.

Yes one trick pony states are in a poor situation. I hear QLD has the highest rate of bankruptcy in the country now. Tut tut - all for political gain.
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Victoria has been on low numbers for weeks now yet the chairman would still rather sacrifice freedoms, revenue, and mental health of his subjects for the political gain of eradication. What a selfish chairman.

Yes one trick pony states are in a poor situation. I hear QLD has the highest rate of bankruptcy in the country now. Tut tut - all for political gain.
Hence Victoria now finds itself in a place where restrictions can be relaxed. I heard WA has highest mortgage problem rates. Political gain? I could have sworn you were under the impression, not long ago, that NZ along with hard border states would be punished by the voters?
Out of all crisis come a political advantage . The Fed's will use it to cut taxes to those least in need of money. The States will use parochialism for own advantage. No comment on your 'wayward Premier then?
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Hence Victoria now finds itself in a place where restrictions can be relaxed. I heard WA has highest mortgage problem rates. Political gain? I could have sworn you were under the impression, not long ago, that NZ along with hard border states would be punished by the voters?
Out of all crisis come a political advantage . The Fed's will use it to cut taxes to those least in need of money. The States will use parochialism for own advantage. No comment on your 'wayward Premier then?
The NSW premier likes shagging a man she can't get. Not an uncommon problem for successful, intelligent, workaholic, women who have relgious parents who expect they bring home the right type of bloke. Not much to see there. Visit a few law firms. Plenty of 40+ women suffering the same man issue.

I am not sure I said NZ voters would punish hard borders. I said their economy would punish hard borders, which it has, badly. There was a point when NZ had a second wave, about 5 cases, when they over reacted again and I said this "Could be a tipping point". However they gave the inbreds what they need. It works politically every time.

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The NSW premier likes shagging a man she can't get. Not an uncommon problem for successful, intelligent, workaholic, women who have relgious parents who expect they bring home the right type of bloke. Not much to see there. Visit a few law firms. Plenty of 40+ women suffering the same man issue.

I am not sure I said NZ voters would punish hard borders. I said their economy would punish hard borders, which it has, badly. There was a point when NZ had a second wave, about 5 cases, when they over reacted again and I said this "Could be a tipping point". However they gave the inbreds what they need. It works politically every time.
Simply being in a position of Premier of NSW it is not acceptable, at least without consequences, if and when found out, the shenanigans to which some she was aware off. Law firms? They do not have The Premier of The State in their employ. It wasn't that many years ago, when another Premier of NSW resigned over accepting a $3000 bottle of wine.
We all know (or should) NSW has a long legacy of dubious,. and corrupt practices but that doesn't mean it is okay. Of course NSW is hardly alone in that. But the Premier should do the right thing. Resign.
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Simply being in a position of Premier of NSW it is not acceptable, at least without consequences, if and when found out, the shenanigans to which some she was aware off. Law firms? They do not have The Premier of The State in their employ. It wasn't that many years ago, when another Premier of NSW resigned over accepting a $3000 bottle of wine.
We all know (or should) NSW has a long legacy of dubious,. and corrupt practices but that doesn't mean it is okay. Of course NSW is hardly alone in that. But the Premier should do the right thing. Resign.
Commentary from communist, redneck enclaves such as WA and QLD would unlikely change anything if a vote on the matter was put to the people of NSW in what is a proper democracy. She would retain her leadership in a land slide. Here, we aren't really interested in her poor mating habits. While she is better the most of us in many respects, the fact the she likes an old fashion shag in her limited spare time resonates well with the voters.

Meanwhile in Melbourne (the topic of the thread) ....... YOU HAVE DONE IT ...... beaten your own crazy self imposed 14 day rolling averages. Cut loose ......... oh wait....... the Chairman has either ideas ........this guy is just incredible.
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Commentary from communist, redneck enclaves such as WA and QLD would unlikely change anything if a vote on the matter was put to the people of NSW in what is a proper democracy. She would retain her leadership in a land slide. Here, we aren't really interested in her poor mating habits. While she is better the most of us in many respects, the fact the she likes an old fashion shag in her limited spare time resonates well with the voters.

Meanwhile in Melbourne (the topic of the thread) ....... YOU HAVE DONE IT ...... beaten your own crazy self imposed 14 day rolling averages. Cut loose ......... oh wait....... the Chairman has either ideas ........this guy is just incredible.
Communist WA and QLD. Heard everything now. No wonder the nation is in a state with such commentary. Proper democracy. Have to looked at the state of corruption in that state over the years? Victoria is going well, but decisions will need to be made.
But can't see how NSW Premier can in all honesty maintain leader role. But it is NSW, so all is possible.
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Communist WA and QLD. Heard everything now. No wonder the nation is in a state with such commentary. Proper democracy. Have to looked at the state of corruption in that state over the years? Victoria is going well, but decisions will need to be made.
But can't see how NSW Premier can in all honesty maintain leader role. But it is NSW, so all is possible.
NSW - sponsoring job seeker for you. Again more resentment towards your wealthy providers. When will you learn not to bite the hand that feeds you.
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