Sunday, November 25, 2007

Go on Howard, you know you want to cry...

I don't even know what to say. I'm fucking speechless. I have abused and criticised the Australian public as a bunch of ignorant cashed up bogans who wouldn't know a social justice policy if they gave birth to it and I was... well, not entirely right. Apparently. Because the people have spoken and they have made the right decision. For a change. I know the disappointment will come, oh God it will, but right now I am motherflipping ecstatic.

12 comments:

Kate said...

i too am motherflipping estatic, but nobody in peru seems too interested, except for a random internet cafe owner i found this morning - wish those boys could hurry up and get back from that mountain so i can share the glee!

my name is kate said...

Well I saw your brother in Tarts this morning and he made me give him a (slightly buttery) high five, so back here we're all sharing the glee...

Anonymous said...

its interesting that you are happy based on the social issues...not taking into consideration that Labour got in on the back of Work Choices in the eastern states...very small and insignificant portion voted based of social policy...you wont find any joy when it comes to refugees etc from Labour...it will be more of the same because everyone knows that you have to do whats right for the country...relaxing immigration etc is not on the agenda I am afriad...so enjoy the hollow win.

my name is kate said...

Well not everyone feels the same, I guess, or votes for the same reasons, obviously (though I wonder how you actually know why people voted, I mean honestly...) but I do think Labor's social policies are a lot better than Liberal. They may be too conservative for my taste but they're still a fuck load better than Libs. And as for what's best for the country... well that's a matter of personal opinion so I won't rant here but HONESTLY...FUCK.

Dave said...

Who cares, we won. Justice is served. Now it's time for Liberal supporters to be the "whinging minority" - hope you all enjoy that :)

Anonymous said...

Was waiting for you to come and post hippie.

Good to see that Rudd has sprung the "Sorry" policy on the unsuspecting voting public.

Where was that in his policy list. Here is the beginning of him loosing ground and making us weaker.

my name is kate said...

I don't think saying sorry is going to do much other than attempt to heal huge, gaping wounds of the past (thought no successfully). But anyway. I'm excited. i heard some dimshot talking pro-Liberal at the pub tonight and could only smile... because he is a los-er.... huzah!

Anonymous said...

Pub on a Monday night??

...get ooout!

my name is kate said...

I know but it's um opposite my house damnit. So it's practically like drinking at home and certainly better than drinking alone...

Dave said...

hehe hippie. I'm not taking your bait anymore Spiteri - enjoy the political wilderness.

Anonymous said...

:P

I am anonymous...who is this Spiteri you talk of?

my name is kate said...

Hehe, we can now be generous in victory. Liberal-supporters I invite you to the Labor side of life. We drink more and have better clothes...