Aparently it’s still Tony Abbott
Just a few minutes ago, I saw the news that the LNP leadership spill was defeated 61 to 39.
I’m surprised. It’s not what I predicted. However, I don’t think this will be the last of it. I’m sure this will come up again before the next federal election.
The news article finsihes with:
But even some of the Prime Minister’s most ardent supporters now believe he is mortally wounded and cannot survive the year.
I predict tomorrow morning we will have a new Prime Minister. LNP and Tony Abbott got voted in because Labor were a disfunctional bunch of megalomaniacs (K Rudd, etc). Tony Abbott doesn’t have the class of past Prime Ministers. Not that we’ve seen any class in recent years – the last Prime Minister to be cut from any kinds of classy cloth was Little Johnny Howard.
There’s only one person in contemporary Australian politics who I think stands out as being of the material to be a great Prime Minister. A Prime Minister of the class or calibre of Paul Keating, Bob Hawke, Malcolm Fraser, Gough Whitlam, Harold Holt, Robert Menzies, John Curtin.
He will, tomorrow, be Australia’s new Prime Minister.
So, who’s it gonna be?
Pope Francis decrees that all animals go to heaven.
Wow, Heaven would seriously smell of chickens.
Just the broiler hen industry alone accounts for in the order of 100 billion hens per year worldwide. So if you add a few years together you quickly realise that in heaven there are trillions and trillions of chickens already, and we add more than a 100 billion each year.
Which makes you wonder, what do they eat up there? KFC, chicken burgers? It would make sense.
It’s my job between now and polling day to remind the Australian people just what a hopeless, unreliable, untrustworthy, dishonest, deceptive Government this has been. It just doesn’t get democracy.
– Tony Abbott. Interviewed by Alan Jones, Radio 2GB, Sydney, 21 July 2010
Deep summer is when laziness finds respectability.
It’s a world I’m creating. A world full of monsters and heroes, good guys and bad guys. It is an absurd, crazy, violent world where people rage away and god actually exists.
– Nick Cave
How can I be so sure? It has nothing to do with the technology per se, rather because the banks like it.
Wells Fargo, a US bank, is offering 20 USD for customers to even try Apple Pay
Banks are powerful.