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Look around you. Censorship abound, everything being so stupidly expensive, paranoid politicians, loss of the once-famed egalitarianism...

How the fuck did Fundamentalists Family First gain support at all? Why is the Australian Crazy Lunaticlobby Christian Lobby able to influence the government, when they explicitly shouldn't?

Most importantly, why are we still taking this shit?

What happened, Australia? Was rat-faced sycophant Howard's reign of terror too much to bear and you just gave up?

*shakes head*

I don't know, I just don't know...

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I GOTS A NEW COMPUTER TODAY YAAAAAAAAY

*ahem*

Yeah. Sorry 'bout that.

Also, I apparently turned 18 today, therefore those "age-inappropriate" messages can go choke on their fumes!

In other news,
the Australian government is still full of raving lunatics.

ps here's the specs )

dreamreaver: (screwball)


Hung parliament, Family First booted out of the senate, Greens are holding the balance of power (sayonara, filter!), and they just gained a seat in the House of Representatives!

...well, apart from the fact that Conboy Conroy somehow managed to keep his senate seat, blarg.

On second thought, both parties are the same thing anyway, just under different names...

dreamreaver: (sugar rush)
Meanwhile, Wendy Francis has completely lost her marbles upon realizing that no-one with half a working brain would ever vote for her.

Now the people just need to somehow get Greens into the prime position.


dreamreaver: (nothing that wasn't said already)
Coalition announces it will fight filter

The move signals the death of the controversial project if the Greens control the balance of power in the Federal Senate after the election.

Oh, they will, watch.

Also, ol' Conboy's still too proud to admit his stupidity, but that's not very surprising.

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