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Voters put the 'majors' on notice : Comments

By Graham Young, published 7/6/2022

In this federal election, the Coalition and the freedom parties Liberal Democrats, One Nation, and United Australia Party appear to have failed against the 'free things' parties of Labor, the Teals, and Greens.

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Ironic that Morrison won the climate election, dumped on his supporters, then, according to MSM watermelons, lost the real climate election. It was actually the me too election. Result inevitable.
Posted by Little, Tuesday, 7 June 2022 8:39:06 AM
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Yes, and because the coalition had swung too far to the right. Labor with its lowest primary vote for yonks, managed to win in it's own right. It's not the majors so much as the coalition!

And the message is get out of coal and transition to carbon free energy, i.e., MSR thorium, to address climate change!

And do something real about affordable housing! And affordable energy, i.e., MSR thorium! Or do we all need to migrate to western Australia?

Current energy products would become affordable if the government had the balls to cancel export licenses/mining leases, until our domestic supply is guaranteed! If the coalition wants to know what killed it? Then they need look no further than coal and their refusal to transition to a cheaper, cleaner, safer nuclear option, i.e., MSR thorium!

Or failing that, a windfall tax on energy imposed until the foreign energy companies who own our energy products, come to the party.

Yes the Majors have been put on notice, do or advocate the required changes or reap the whirlwind of voter retribution as the economy tanks and our world becomes another Great Depression. And that means we need to isolate our economy/energy products/supply from a tanked global economy! And that means we need to crack on with MSR thorium ASAP almost as if our future and economic well being depended on it

A hypo-ventilating Dutton is out there telling a three week old government to fix the stuff he and his created in the last nine years! And just not a good look nor helpful to getting the coalition returned!
Alan B.
Posted by Alan B., Tuesday, 7 June 2022 11:14:29 AM
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Our democracy is not in good shape when Labor can win office with just 32 percent of the primary vote. Over two-thirds of the electorate wanted someone else.
Posted by ttbn, Tuesday, 7 June 2022 11:27:39 AM
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The system is no longer a two party system, given labor with just 32% of primary votes could win office. Moreover, preferences helped the teals and the greens.

Preferences should be optional or capped at two for the lower house and three per voter for the, [unrepresentative swill,] senate!

I mean the cannabis party scored 5%! And that is how ridiculous preferences and preference deals have become!

The voters alone needs to decide elections not dirty deals done behind closed doors by preference swapping, party officials!
Alan B.
Posted by Alan B., Tuesday, 7 June 2022 12:16:56 PM
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Thanks for the article Graham Young.
Posted by Canem Malum, Friday, 10 June 2022 2:43:14 AM
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