I’ve voted, had my say, and made my voice heard. However we who vote Yes should not forget that we could easily be ignored, and all the pain and hurt would be for nothing. I hope I’m wrong.
A brand new identity, a pilot for a defunct reality show and a battle between two gigantic ancient foes headlines the week in #Auspol. What a fine system we have.
We made a mistake with Malcolm Roberts: we fought back, and he took that as us legitimising his insanity. Let’s not do the same with Lyle Shelton.
Hopes dashed, new levels of dank and a stay of execution. It’s been a fairly bleak week. Hello, #Auspol my old friend.
There’s an odd duality defining the information age, in that the more we have access to, the more ignorant we choose to be.
It’s quite possible that Trump’s strategy concerning DACA and rescinding the Obama’s executive order has everything to do with the 2018 mid-term elections.
An edited Wiki page, an extremely adult massage and a train of thought momentarily leaving the station all feature in this week’s Mexican hat dance that is Australian politics.
According to the PM, the disillusionment the public feels in the political system has not increased. Well, Malcolm, a lot of us have already had enough of the constant hijinks.
#Auspol saw the return of a wobbling gunslinger, the first chapter of a biblical plague and an unheard cry for help. Oh, and a piece of citrus risked drying out. Pretty standard.
Believe it or not, our society lives on propaganda. While we momentarily took a break with the eclipse, consider the cycle to begin in earnest.
#AusPol, I’m just going to say it. What happened to you, man? You used to be beautiful. Well, not beautiful, but certainly less ugly. Certainly not…this.
Malcolm Turnbull’s capitulation has done great damage. But as someone who voted him in on the presumption that he was the man who could do both, I’m sorry.
We’ve been raised on the assumption that if nothing else, Trump can close a deal. However, the leaked transcript of his infamous conversation with Malcolm Turnbull refutes that.
One instance of getting medieval, the elimination of two enemies and a brazen attempt to fondle the national jewels. Pretty standard, #Auspol. For shame.
With Barnaby Joyce the latest name placed under examination, I wonder if we’re taking this too far. If the Constitution is faulty, shouldn’t we change it to better reflect who we are?
With the AFP unable to find anything concrete in yesterday’s raids, we twist the narrative to fit our political station. However, this thinking sets a dangerous precedent.
It must be a confusing being Malcolm Roberts’ voting base. The dinky-di Aussie product they voted for was actually made in India. Time for a ‘please explain’.
The bottling of sour grapes, a stale pork pie and a forked tongue placed on a battery. Welcome to the merry land of #AusPol.
In the wake of Brexit, online dating wizards eHarmony discovered that 1.6 million Britons broke up because of it. So, how safe is your relationship from politics?
Malcolm Turnbull is wobbling after his sixteenth Newspoll loss, but the fact that his biggest threat is not Bill Shorten speaks volumes. High times for the ALP to find a voice as combative as their voter base.
An angry man fights his big boy pants, the birth of a new lawman and a naked plea for sexual congress. Fairly standard week in #AusPol, let us sift through the detritus.