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So the polls say we sit at 50/50 labor/libs.

So I challenge you, go to any pub, club, shopping centre, footy game, etc, and try to find more than a handful of people who think A. Julia and labor are doing a good job and B, that they are worthy of another term.

Good luck!
Posted by rehctub, Friday, 2 November 2012 6:00:44 PM
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rehctub,they are bribing their way back via tax fiddling.The electorate at large are very ignorant.I see no immediate solutions.
Posted by Arjay, Friday, 2 November 2012 6:35:56 PM
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rechtub, if what you say is true, then what does that say about Tony Abbott?

If the election will be won or lost on Julia, that puts her in the drivers seat doesn't it?
Posted by Bugsy, Friday, 2 November 2012 7:49:00 PM
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Rehctub, what about the other side of the coin?

How do you reckon your pub-crawling mates would answer these questions?:

Would Abbott do a good job?

Would he be better than Gillard?

And I reckon at least half of your average pot-bellied yobbos would answer:

No

and

No!

Hey, itís about 50/50, with Labor on the ascendency. So what does that tell you?

It tells you that the yobs are thinking twice about Abbott.
Posted by Ludwig, Friday, 2 November 2012 11:56:42 PM
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Rechtub, may I be honest Mate?
You, if you look, know I do not think A Gillard lead Labor can win.
I too, in all honesty think you are not fully aware of the subject of politics.
Currently polls show, and disliking them is a shallow reason for claiming they are just not right,a fall in Abbott,s likability.
Clutching at the straw it is because Labor women, are running a sexist war, against a man charged with sexism for decades?
Shallow untrue and at the same time funny.
Facts will not line up in the wrong column to suit our biases.Abbott is EXTREMELY unlikely to lead your party to the election.
Turnbull should, but such is the state of Liberalism, it could be Pyne, best serve the parliament with broom and bucket.
Hockey best serve by leaving.
July Bishop by opening a hair saloon in say Hobart.
Rest, breath deeply, you will , unless Labor gets a leader, win hands down.
Not my wish, but in the end truth wins, even against our country,s worst ever leader of the opposition Tony NO Abbott.
Posted by Belly, Saturday, 3 November 2012 6:05:31 AM
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When you look at the stunts Abbott has pulled it is not surprising.
He only speaks to blunder. A negative approach. I think he has worn out his attack.
He was designed to have an election as soon as possible after the last election, and now he is stumped as to what to do or say.
The lib front bench is not very impressive, and hockey is a mixed bag.
We continue to have growth, and low unemployment, while a fair chunk of the world is in depression.
At the moment we have a hung parliament in the making, the race to the polls will be very interesting.
Posted by 579, Saturday, 3 November 2012 7:12:05 AM
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