While alicubi.com undergoes extensive elective surgery, its editors pen somber, Shackletonian missives from their lonely arctic outpost.
Even the NRO commenters wasted no time calling bullshit on John-O. (There's some more in there worth looking at.) From what I can tell--knowing precious little about Australian politics--it was Kevin Rudd's election to lose, and he was squirrelly enough to lose it, but SSM had slim to nil to do with it.
Accolades for Australia, praise for Putin. The National Review is getting more internationalist every day.
♫ Sweet Land of Bigotry, of Oz I sing...♫* The Oz in John O's head, as noted below.~
Heh. That first comment was the best: "Where can I find an intelligent conservative magazine?" I was inspired to respond.
I think all liberal blogs should great readers with ads featuring creepy pictures of iconic figures. I'm trying to decide if LGM's spam avatar should be Zevon, LBJ, Tim Raines, or the head distiller of Maker's Mark.
Wow, the comments there are as funny as the comments here (and that's not just because thunder and Jenn snuck over there)!
I wonder how long it'll take the mods to delete the comments. Gotta keep shoving stuff down the memory hole.The symbol of the GOP should be a mayfly, not an elephant.
I'm getting an ad here with a cartoon of a ridiculously large-breasted woman, advertising a video game that is FREE FOREVER! I wonder if it's a LIbertarian game...
The commenters' suggestion to your LGM post on the subject are very good, but why hasn't anyone thought of Saul Alinsky?
Gillard was notably uninterested in SSM... she was all about the triangulation, and wooing support from the organised pedophile gang Catholic hierarchy. That didn't make her popular. Of course it didn't help that Rudd -- her predecessor as Labor leader -- was white-anting her in the hope if Labor became sufficiently unelectable than he would get his old job back.So Rudd won he chance to lead Labor into the election, resulting in a historic loss, but I don't recall him saying anything about SSM.There are various factions within Labor, and the less you know about their internal politics the happier you will be.
Yep. The swing figures make it clear. -4.1% away from the Labor party, of which the Liberal party got... +1.7%. That's a pretty clear "you didn't win; I lost". Like smut said, people were pretty sick of a lot of corruption, infighting, triangulation, and general not-helpfulness of the Labor party, and with that, and being the other major party, and Rupert trying to paint Tony Abbott as the second coming of Businesschrist, the Libs couldn't even pick up half of the swing.I'd say "so, really, Australians don't hate the gays!" but I'd have to append a "much more than we used to" because we're not always the most progressive country. Given the rhetoric on immigration, I'd have to add an "at least we hate brown people more, right?"
Wow, the comments there are as funny as the comments here (and that's not just because thunder and Jenn snuck over there)! fourneau bruleur de graisse avis
The Australian Capital Territory, home to Canberra, has just legalised same sex marriage.
Prediksi BolaJudi OnlineAgen Casino