Jerry Behr Number 2
Never before in Australian political history has a Prime Minister
gone to an election with election poles so low.
Julia Gillard is going headlong over an electoral cliff
and taking all her parliamentary colleagues in tow.
All news reports are in negative mode but what is so
annoying, is the fact we have to vote in September.
And voting is compulsory we have to go out and vote
for these clowns who we don’t even remember.
One thing that’s for sure she is definitely Gonski
with all her plans she is the Prime Minister that can only
be approached with Hazmat Suits; the voters have to be protected.
Believe me she is very, very lonely.
It so damned bad that the Labor Party could be reduced to below
Minority Party status and we have one mercy in that it is also
a half Senate election. Otherwise our whole democracy will be in overthrow.©
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