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Turnbull Versus Abbott. its game on.

Discussion in 'Living Room' started by jim1964, 14th Sep, 2015.

  1. jim1964

    jim1964 Well-Known Member Premium Member

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  2. Coota9

    Coota9 Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    It's game over already..Abbott out Turnbull in!!

    My prediction anyway.....
     
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  3. Biz

    Biz Well-Known Member

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    Whats this? 6 pm's in 8 years?
     
  4. Coota9

    Coota9 Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    Yep...5 in 5
     
  5. sanj

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    Im glad, hopfully that scumbag isnt our pm for much longer
     
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    What a absolute joke Australian Politics are.
     
  7. Biz

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    So passionate!
     
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    You're a Labour party voter/member then? Why is he a scumbag?
     
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    They should have had the decency to let him lose the next election instead of flushing him. Two Year Tony proves the Libs are at least as venal and self-serving as their Labor counterparts were when they knifed rudd.
     
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    How embarrasing. We can't keep a PM for a full term these days. Hopefully they boot him out of Parliament completely and don't leave him around festering like a bad sore to whiteant Turbull like Rudd did to Gillard. So far this government has been a rerun of the last government(s). Time to do something different I think.
     
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    Yep. Any Labor voters are welcome to walk around looking smug at this point. This lot have proved they are no better than the last lot.
     
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    Peter_Tersteeg Finance broker and strategist Business Member

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    Depends. Gillard won leadership only about 6 months prior to calling an election. Not a lot was actually achieved in that time. A change of leadership now gives Turnbull the opportunity to actually try get something done, or at least show some leadership to the public. There's still time to turn things around.
     
  13. geoffw

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    Turnbull as PM would get a lot of support from the centre and left, which have been somewhat alienated by Tony and the right. I think the ALP would have a lot more trouble winning an election from Macolm than against Tony.

    Of course Malcolm would alienate the right, but that ultimately won't lose the coalition too many votes.
     
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    Any Labor voters are seeing the chance to regain power slip away from them.
     
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    AndrewTDP Urban Planning Consultant Business Member

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    Abbott was the best policy the ALP had for winning the next election.

    They might have to come up with some policy now.
     
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    Im generally centre left but I certainly dont mind Turnbull as PM and Morrison as Treasurer and Bishop as Foreign Minister.
     
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    Has everybody forgotten how unpopular Turnbull was as opposition leader?
     
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    geoffw Moderator Staff Member

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    Tony was a very effective opposition leader. It didn't make him a good leader.
     
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    A true Labor voter/member would want TA as PM come the next election.
     
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