Born to rule, or born a tool?

Born to rule, or born a tool?

Now that's a tool!

Now that’s a tool!

Not only has the rot set in, but it has started  eating away at the very fabric of our democracy.

It started with the election of a government (and I use the term very loosely), that achieved their win on the back of the biggest propaganda campaign ever waged in this country’s history, based on a platform of lies, spin and slogans, and supported by the most corrupt bunch of media and corporate moguls ever assembled.

Self interest won the day, and the truth is that the poorest and most vulnerable will be the ones that ultimately pay for the excesses of the mega wealthy, along with workers, families and future generations.

Now most of the politically aware, knew that Abbott and his LNP should not be allowed to run a chook raffle.  We know that they are liars,  cheats  and crooks, and we have been talking about their lies, arrogant stupidity and expenses rorts for the last year or more.

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But who knew that they would realise our greatest fears, before parliament even had a chance to sit   😯

We are now confronted with the prospect of the worst government ever; a government who before the election promised to, in no particular order;

  • Stop the waste; and since the election the LNP have been front and centre in the rorts scandal, proving that when it comes to waste, they are the experts.   😯
  • Stop the boats; and then while they’ve been playing “Hello sailor”, Rudd’s PNG solution appears to have done the job.   🙄
  • Reduce the debt; and the first major economic announcement is to increase the “credit card limit” (to use their own expression) by 67% to half a trillion dollars, and then give the Reserve Bank $8.8 Billion, while canvasing the prospect of introducing more stimulus?…WTF?   😯
  • Improve relations within the region; by insulting and offending most of our neighbours.   😦
  • Repeal the carbon “tax”; even though it’s already working to reduce emissions, and the rest of the world are now following suit, despite their assurances that that will never happen?   😉
  • Still achieve their commitment to a 5% pollution reduction target, by introducing their “Direct action plan”; a plan that is largely unproven, and has been dismissed by all credible experts as certain to cost much more than they have allocated, with little to no chance of it meeting the target. (A target that they have effectively walked away from, by stating that they will not increase the allocation of funds, if it’s required to meet said target)   😯
  •  Repeal the MRRT, at the expense of pensioners, the low paid and small businesses, so that the miners can make mega profits by selling our minerals.   👿
  • Spend billions on a PPL scheme, despite screaming “BUDGET EMERGENCY” for TONY_WINTER_SM__57351.1378638419.1280.1280months.
  • Fix the aforementioned budget emergency by that tried and true fiscal measure commonly known as… Steady as she goes?   WTF?

They have also closed down or merged departments, and sacked experts and started a program of replacing dept heads and senior office holders with their own right wing nut-jobs and sympathisers.

Tony Abbott has also flagged the very real possibility of selling us out to corporate governance via “Free trade agreements” like the TPP.

We have all talked about how the LNP have a born to rule mentality, but with only 51 days gone of (god forbid) a 3 year term, the question that we should be asking about each individual member of Tony Abbott’s LNP cabinet is , are they;

Born to rule, or born a tool?   I would argue for the latter    😯

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74 Responses to Born to rule, or born a tool?

  1. bighead1883 says:

    Well done Truthy as seeing that the MSM paints such a different picture.
    The continued electioneering mode of non government is bewildering to say the least
    We have entered so much uncharted water with this 2013 election and the previous 5 years of Murdoch attack which started with the stimulus;
    None of which was wanted by the opposition or News Ltd because they wanted the Rudd Labor government gone mid term.
    WE are now in the LA LA American media cycle with SKY/Foxtel/9/7/10 and even the ABC creeping along the Murdoch/LNP byline.
    A similar event happened leading up to the dismissal by mostly the same media players although there is no Packer this time,he`s been replaced by Stokes.
    It took Australia 7 years to get over that one,but employment was higher,unlike now.
    You know I don`t know if people do see the truth about this mob of cretins,they are quietly chewing on the shit sandwiches doled out by the Lieberals and seem so content in viewing and listening to the Jones/Bolt/Smiths that it`s going to get far worse before they wake up from arr argh from arrh day ummhm one we arr will stop errh telling you arrgh arh anything.
    I still can`t find one to admit they voted LNP though,F##king Idiots.

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    • Truth Seeker says:

      Bighead1883, thanks for your comment Coll and kind words 😀

      Yes it’s hard to believe that people can be so gullible, ut as Cornie pointed out there are a lot more marginal seats than before, and it’s only around 30,000 or so that actually handed them government, even though they have a majority of seats. 😯

      I think it’s possible to make him “One term Tony”, but the damage that he/they can do in just one term doesn’t bare thinking about. 👿

      Cheers 😀

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  2. bighead1883 says:

    Watch the media turn Fireman Scrooge McAbbott into a saint even when these A##eholes made it harder for fire victims with claims.

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    • Truth Seeker says:

      Yes mate, everyone seems to ignore the fact that he isn’t a volunteer, as he charges the tax payers for his stunts, on top of his salary, which is also paid for by US! 🙄

      I for one, seriously doubt that his “crew” would even miss him (other than the the media getting in the way) if he never turned up again? 😯

      I’m sure that there are a few in the blue mountains that regret voting for him now 😦

      Cheers 😀

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  3. deknarf says:

    You may very well argue ‘born a tool’, but I couldn’t possibly comment! Except to nod excitedly! 😉

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    • Truth Seeker says:

      deknarf, thanks for your comment 😆

      Unfortunately these tools aren’t being used by a tradesman or artisan to build something beautiful or useful, but by a greedy, self absorbed megalomaniac mogul, to tear down everything good and build an edifice to his own greedy ideologies and stupidity. 😯

      Cheers 😀

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  4. Gregory T says:

    All true.
    I think I have figured out Julie Bishop’s role in all of this. She is to play Shirley Temple, when the government go’s into it’s Good Ship Lollipop routine at the start of parliament. All the major players from big business will be there, with their hands in the candy jar, singing,

    “On the good ship lollipop.
    Its a sweet trip to a candy shop
    Where bon-bons play
    On the sunny beach of “Parliament” Bay.”

    (Apologies to S. Clare)

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    • Truth Seeker says:

      Gregory T, thanks for your comment 😎 😆 😆

      Yes, but the question is ,”will parliament ever start? 😉

      I’m beginning to have serious doubts 😯

      Cheers 😀

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      • Gregory T says:

        Christopher Pyne’s speech,
        ‘Restoring Faith in the Australian Parliament’
        Address to the Institute of Public Affairs
        Melbourne
        Wednesday 30 January 2013

        Third to to last paragraph says it all, however “her” will now be his. The rest is also interesting.

        “So I end where I began – it is not the responsibility of Parliament itself that carries the blame for its standing in the eyes of the people – it is the Prime Minster and the government that must shoulder the blame. It is the Prime Minister that sets the tone. The Prime Minister leads by example. If the Parliament smells rotten the Prime Minister bears responsibility for it – no-one else. It is within her power to change it.”

        http://www.pyneonline.com.au/media/speeches-media/restoring-faith-in-the-australian-parliament

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        • Truth Seeker says:

          Gregory T, yes, but the problem is the same as when Sloppy Joe is asked about his previous comments regarding debt, it’s different because that was Labor who are inherently bad and wrong, whereas this is the LNP who are inherently good and right 😯

          They just don’t see their own hypocrisy, cos they honestly believe that they are incapable of making bad or stupid decisions 😦 or to quote Ian Anderson from Jethro Tull, when he wrote “Thick as a brick”;
          “And your wise men don’t know how it feels… to be thick as a brick.” 😯

          Cheers 😀

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  5. Gregory T says:

    I find the second paragraph , more apropos .
    “Thick As A Brick (Part 1)”

    And the sand-castle virtues are all swept away
    in the tidal destruction the moral melee.
    The elastic retreat rings the close of play
    as the last wave uncovers the newfangled way.
    But your new shoes are worn at the heels
    and your suntan does rapidly peel
    and your wise men don’t know how it feels
    to be thick as a brick.

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    • Truth Seeker says:

      Gregory T, can I assume that you are a bit of a fan?

      Tull are my favourite band, and I play an abridged acoustic version of Thick as a Brick, which is one of my all time favourite musical, social commentaries 😀 and the whole song is apropos to our current political situation IMHO 😯

      Anderson is an absolute genius, and was one of my greatest influences 😀

      Cheers 😀

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      • Gregory T says:

        Yes, I’m always a fan of truth, no matter the genre, or age.

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      • Alison White says:

        Did you know Anderson was once voted in the UK as the person whom parents would least like their daughter to come home with…must have been those cod-pieces. I see Abbott as Aqualung – sitting on a park bench eyeing little girls with bad intent…Oh hang on – that’s his mate Nestor innit!

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        • Truth Seeker says:

          Alison, thanks for your comment 😀

          I didn’t know that, but I would’t be at all surprised, as he certainly had a unique look 😯 especially on the cover of the Aqualung album 😀 another great song that I do an acoustic version of 😀

          Cheers 😀

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      • bighead1883 says:

        Ditto on Tull and Anderson.
        When I was a youngster I had imagined a morphing of Jethro Tull and Monty Python into a comedic musical masterpiece.
        One of my delusions that never came about Truthy,but hey just think of the “Children of Magic” that short union would have culturally produced.
        A few friends of mine from the Brisbane College of Music used to mix up some of this at the odd QLD Uni smoko nights,Thurdays[St Lucia] they used to be if you ever went in the sixties.
        Often followed by a night out at “Quentins” for live jazz etc in the Valley just up from the Rex snooker room.

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        • Truth Seeker says:

          Bighead1883, I was also a fan of monty python 😀 but I must admit that I never thought of the two combining 😯

          I did see Tull in concert in Sydney every time they toured though, through the seventies, they always put on a fantastic concert 😀

          I wanted to be just like Anderson 😯

          Cheers 😀

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    • Lee J. says:

      Love this article, really love the Tull! Getting one’s head around their music does require more intelligence than most conservatives are capable of I suspect.

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      • Lee J. says:

        BTW, this appears to be something else Truth Seeker and I have in common – the Tull are my all-time favourite band too. I have 30 of their (and Ian Anderson’s solo) CDs!

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        • Truth Seeker says:

          I had most of their albums, but my favourites include “This Was”, “Aqualung”, “Thick as a Brick”, “Songs of the wood”, “Minstrel in the Gallery”, Too old to rock and roll, too young to die” etc 😎

          Did you get to see them live?

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          • olddavey says:

            Saw them at Festival Hall, 7 July ’72.
            6.000 stoned people and 1 Molly Meldrum who said:
            “My God Tull have to be the most INCREDIBLE band to hit our shoes since The Beatles! Last week Tull completely stunned Australian audiences with their concert performances. Many words could be used to describe the leader of the group, Ian Anderson. Lets start with GENIUS and throw in MASTER OF SHOWMANSHIP, the second WIZARD OF OZ, the most lunatic of MUSIC MASTERS, HYPNOTIST, a brilliant flautist, superb singer, the idiot CONDUCTOR. Never have I enjoyed a concert more.”
            And 6,000 of us couldn’t argue with that.

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            • Truth Seeker says:

              Yes mate, I saw them 4 times through the seventies at the Horden pavilion in Syd 😀 absolute magic 😎

              I even was going to their last tour, until he had to cancel, due to and accident on stage in Singapore, I think it was, when he got a blood clot in his leg 😦

              Great band! 😀

              Cheers 😀

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      • Truth Seeker says:

        Lee J, welcome to my site 😀 and thanks for your comment and kind words 😀

        It’s always good to welcome another Tull lover 😀 and you are dead right about their music, it’s music to listen to and think about, and demands a certain level of intelligence 😀

        I always remember watching one of the early TV music shows (I think it was Top of the Pops) when Witches Promise came out, and laughed my head off as the gogo dancers got in a hell of a mess trying to dance to 5/4 time 😀

        I saw an article a long time ago referring to them as musicians musicians, and that is a good description, as Tull could play anyones style, but not anyone could play Tull, 😯

        I hope you can join our conversations again 😀

        Cheers 😀

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  6. Truth Seeker says:

    Gregory T, I thought it would be worth another look for those that may not know what we are talking about 😀

    Cheers 😀

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  7. Ann says:

    I think we are living in the worst Horror Movie in history. I’m just wondering how many will be killed before the credits roll

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    • Truth Seeker says:

      Ann, welcome to my site 😀 and thanks for your comment 😀

      I know how you feel, it’s like the nightmare that you just can’t wake up from 😦

      That’s why I write my poetry, to have a bit of a laugh at the whole situation, cos if you don’t laugh you’ll cry 😥

      Sadly the collateral damage will be extensive, 😯 but we just have to keep fighting, for this great country and its future 🙂

      Cos we’re all it’s got 😯

      Cheers 😀

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  8. olddavey says:

    The more things change, the more things stay the same. This goes back a way but nothings changed.
    http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/timid-tony-abbott-tenders-tiny-target/comments-e6freon6-1226575659257

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  9. nurses1968 says:

    Truthseeker,
    A fine article with troubling times ahead no doubt.
    I note our mutual friend has been busy on your site. I hope his good behavior is maintained.
    I have his American Express Card
    I need to read up on the happy faces a I would have added one there.

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    • Truth Seeker says:

      Nurses1968, thanks for your comment 😎 and kind words 😀

      He’s still a legend 😀

      All the info on smileys is on the “How to” page, so feel free 😀

      Cheers 😀

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  10. Gilly says:

    A tool is at least useful to someone or something. So he is a torch, shining a light on his own stupidity. The small target approach is faltering under the glare of his own arrogance.

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    • Truth Seeker says:

      Gilly, sorry for the wait in getting your comment approved, as it got caught up in the number of comments coming through 😳 but welcome and thanks for your comment 😎

      Yes a tool is a great thing in the hands of a tradie or artisan, but all these right wing nut-jobs are just tools for the puppet masters, who are using them to tear down, not build up 😦

      And I agree that the small target approach will come back to bite him, and I hope that it happens quickly for the sake of this country and its future 😉

      I hope that you can join our conversation again. 😀

      Cheers 😀

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  11. bighead1883 says:

    Whoever did that Wikipedia–Abbott Government–is also a legend Truthy..
    My wife and I have been discussing the first paragraph and have come to the realisation it must be someone very close.

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  12. cornlegend says:

    Truth Seeker
    Tis a bloody good read mate,
    Nurses shouldn’t be such smarties.
    I spoke to them earlier tonight.
    They were getting into the champers.
    Silly bugger though,if they checked the card, its card 2, my name
    But “she who must be obeyed”s
    Hope that took the bubbles out of the bubbly 😀 🙂

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  13. bighead1883 says:

    That Wikipedia page is gone.
    Abbott Government
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    This is an old revision of this page, as edited by 58.106.81.227 (talk) at 05:49, 24 October 2013. It may differ significantly from the current revision.

    (diff) ← Previous revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
    This page revision has been removed from the public archives. Details can be found in the deletion log for this page.

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  14. Judiloo says:

    Thanks Truthseeker for another great article. One can’t help but feel a little “outof sorts” today with the results of the first Newspoll showing Abbotts popularity increasing. Maybe to be expected though with all his stunts during the bush fires etc. This man and his cohorts continue to be a protected species. They truly believe their own rhetoric that they are the great protectors from the evil lefties.
    BTW I haven’t been able to access the new IA site – I thought it was going to be available yesterday. Does anybody know what. Is happening?

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    • Gilly says:

      IA, I think all, who matter, are hanging out, I’m suffering withdrawal symptoms

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    • bighead1883 says:

      No idea about IA either M8.
      As in the US it now seems clear that left wing politics here in Australia is to die a bi-partisan death with the two majors carving up the electorate into blue[Lib]red[labor].
      The demonization of the Greens will continue by the MSM,LNP and Labor in order to break any future balance of power in the Senate that they may regain.
      Labor left will be kept as a “we`re your Labor party M8” to fool the old faithful into still voting for the NEW RIGHT WING Labor.
      If Albo is a true blue leftist Tory fighter this may lead to a split in a reverse DLP sense where the DLP was on the side of the Tories.
      A B A Santamaria and Joh Bjelkie Petersen masterpiece of political maneuvering.for Dictatorship rule.
      Whatever happens in the short term will defy what the people want because it is now all too clear at LNP and Labor machinations to wrest permanent born to rule status as directed by global corporatists Inc.
      What will PUP do?
      They may end up totally negated by Labor just rolling their right wing ball into the LNP circus tent because Shorten has shown his cellophane qualities as to not only et tu Brutus +2,but as Judas to true Labor.
      It may well be that this headline may soon appear.
      “R I P The A L P 1899-2010”
      The same age as Bilbo Baggins birthday dissappearance party that saw Frodo Baggins ladened with the great task of returning evil from whence it came.
      Who`s joining the company of Frodo?.

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      • Gilly says:

        BH1883
        The red/blue divide is beginning to disenfranchise all shades of purple between and the general shift to the right is going to demonise real social policy.
        Given that parliament is essentially a social; institution i.e. for all the people then it is a return to feudalism that is on offer.

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      • Truth Seeker says:

        Biggy, Thanks for your comment mate 😀

        Love the “Lord of the rings” analogy, the book that fired my interest in fantasy writing 😎

        I’d like to be included as Legolas, but in my case it would be more like Legless 😯

        Cheers 😀

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    • Truth Seeker says:

      Judiloo, thanks for your comment 😎 , kind words and support 😀

      I feel your pain, as I too feel pretty deflated today, not so much because of the newspoll, as that is just what they do 😦 but more so for the fact that as yet, with so much ammo to work with, Labor is MIA. 😦

      I have also been trying to access IA since yesterday, but to no avail. 😦

      Cheers 😀

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  15. Judiloo says:

    Ah Bighead1883 thanks for continuing to give me some food for thought M8 – a bit (or a lot) of introspection is a very good thing IMO. Can be very confronting, but usually not what I shy away from. Cheers

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  16. Judiloo says:

    Yea where the hell is the ALP? Come on give us something so we know you still exist. Maybe you are hiding and giving Abbot enough rope to hang himself? Now the leadership challenge is over all correspondence has dried up – frustrating to say the least. I’m feeling like you TRUTH SEEKER about this lack of communication. Maybe they are waiting for the MSM/ABC to get their act together and finally bringAbbott to account – not in my lifetime I would guarantee that.

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    • Truth Seeker says:

      Judiloo, yes whatever else we think of Abbott, for the last three years, he would call a presser for the opening of an envelope, and that, to a large extent was how he managed to demonise the ALP. 😯

      And with the LNP now ducking and weaving, and avoiding questions like the plague, it is the perfect time for the new leadership team to grab all the ammo that the LNP are handing them, and do what Abbott did; which should be a lot easier for them as they will be telling the truth, not trying to sell lies and spin, like Abbott did. 😈

      Let’s hope they wake up soon, or it will have to be taken to the streets 😯

      Cheers 😀

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  17. bighead1883 says:

    Meanwhile down at the Tattersall`s Club executive dining room a conversation is overheard..
    “I don`t know about the lobster bisque for entree` Albo,I might go with the smoked Jindabyne trout followed a big bowl of fresh cooked iced marron”.
    “Yeah nice choice Shorty,I was thinking of the marron for an entree myself,yeah i`ll go marron entree with a nice rare TBone for mains”.
    “Hey Albo I see they got some NT mangoes and macadamia ice cream for dessert again.
    Oh you fucken beauty Shorty,lets double up like last time”.
    “Hey Shorty don`t look behind you real fast but that fucken George Brandis and Nicola Roxon are here again,shit too late they`ve seen us”.
    “Hi there George and Nic they got the mangoes and macadamia ice cream again”
    “Bet you they`re grinning like Chesire Cats Albo”
    “Waiter another bottle of Bollinger for for Shorty and me and send one over for George and Nic over there mate”.
    They`ll need more than a bottle to stitch up Rudd,Albo.
    Fuck em Shorty,let them use their own expense account if they want more.

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    • Truth Seeker says:

      Biggy, mate, artistic licence is one thing, and I tend to use copious amounts myself at times, but I think that Brandis and Roxon is a bit of a bridge too far 😯

      Having said that I think Brandis and any woman for socialising is a bridge too far, 😀 I think that Anus Jones would be a better match 😯 but otherwise… 😆

      Cheers 😀

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  18. bighead1883 says:

    Commonality makes for strange bedfellows Truthy.
    Just think a little harder on my strange and bewildering paradox,
    Hmm,possible M8, and the enemy of my enemy is my friend,and the death of the Labor left.is being orcastrated.{orcastrating
    the physical act of masturbating or being masturbated while in a theater.}
    My poetic licence went to the dining room.

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    • Truth Seeker says:

      Biggy, I see where you’re coming from mate, 😀 but I just can’t get my head around anyone other than a complete right wing nut-job socialising with Brandis, ( and even that would be a stretch?) But that’s just me 😉

      Cheers 😀

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  19. bighead1883 says:

    So the George Wright sends me an email saying he hates losing and it all Gothic.pragmatism to him.
    He`s Rudd hunting as well/still.
    Het Truthy,Wright was on the phone Brandis and Roxon at the dining room.

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  20. bighead1883 says:

    The Labor National Secretary`s last line [Mr Wright paid tribute to both former leaders and said it was up to Mr Rudd to decide if he would remain in parliament or not.]
    Now this right faction wants Rudd gone because he is not one of THEM.
    Rudd is Centre/LEFT.
    Will ALBO support RUDD openly??
    Lets see,because now they`re all heading to the Tattersalls` Executive dining room.
    Ever get that feeling of deja vu,about satire you`ve written Truthy?.

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  21. bighead1883 says:

    Meanwhile two rats crawled out of the sewer and saw a turd wrapped up in the Courier Mail.
    One looked at the other and said
    “Fuck it,good food gone to waste because of presentation”.
    The other replied
    “What`s even worse is that it`s sitting on a picture of Campbell Newman`s face,I`m gonna be sick now”.

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  22. Truth Seeker says:

    Mate , those were’t rats, they were Ashgrove turncoat voters… on second thoughts? 😯

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  23. bighead1883 says:

    Current Poll ABC the Drum

    Reports suggest that Labor under Bill Shorten will support axing the carbon tax. Do you think this would be the right move for the party?
    No 66%
    Yes 29%
    Unsure 5%

    638 votes counted

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  24. orangefox says:

    Great Truthy!

    THE SULTANS OF SPIN (satirical 12″ version)

    You get a shiver in the dark,
    Fires are raging in the bush, but meantime:
    South of the border, you stop and you hold everything.
    A man is blowin’ furphies, ten at a time.
    You feel sick when you hear that shit repeated.

    So you step inside, and it’s just the usual faces.
    Comin’ in out of the heat to get burned in the brain.
    Better to hang out in other places.
    ..But the jerk, is blowin’ those damn lies!
    Way on down south,
    Way on down south, in Abbott-town.

    Check out Guitar Boy Tony, he knows all the rorts.
    But it’s strictly spin; he doesn’t want you to know the truth.
    If any dubious excuse is all he can offer,
    When he gets up under the lights to play his thing.
    And Credlin doesn’t mind if she doesn’t make the scene.
    She’s got the real job, she’s doing alright.
    He can play the honky shonk like anything,
    Hiding the truth from the light.
    With the Sultans,
    The Sultans of Spin.

    And a crowd of journos, they’re fooling around in the corner.
    Drunk and dressed with the lattest iPad and heavy duty earmuffs,
    They don’t give a damn about any trumpet playing crook.
    It ain’t what they call a good story.
    And the Sultans,
    Yes, the Sultans like Bling.

    And then the man, he steps right up to the microphone,
    And says at last, just as the time bell rings,
    “Goodnight suckers, now it’s time to go home.”
    But I’ll be back tomorrow to dish another serve for:
    “We’re the Sultans”,
    “We are the Sultans of Spin”.

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    • Truth Seeker says:

      Orangefox, Thanks for your comment and kind words 😀

      Mark Knopfler, another great musician/singer/song writer, and The Sultans of Spin fits them to a tee 😀

      Good rewrite 😎

      Cheers 😀

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