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1 hour ago, Lacessit said:

Good try, but no cigar. Remind me, please. How many ungrateful nations have decided to tell you to p##s off?

Don't you think Mummy and Daddy have enough problems of their own, with one of the progeny bonking underage girls?

He did not have sex with that child.

 

Kids eh? Who'd have 'em?

 

 

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The article refers to an event nearly 50 years ago, culture has changed significantly since. There have been referendums on the matter, Australians still prefer the Queen to a republic model, as i do,

Because Australia has never had a revolutionary generation to break the chains.

Well may we say "God save the Queen", because nothing will save the Governor-General! The Proclamation which you have just heard read by the Governor-General's Official Secretary was countersigned Mal

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5 minutes ago, polpott said:

He did not have sex with that child.

 

Kids eh? Who'd have 'em?

 

 

That's like a Bill Clinton response, how would you know unless you were there?

Nothing wrong with my one son, smarter than I am, formidable human being. He'd be perfect if he had not inherited a couple of his mother's health genes.

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9 minutes ago, Lacessit said:

That's like a Bill Clinton response,

Well spotted go to the top of the class. Should I post a sarcasm alert next time?

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35 minutes ago, polpott said:

Well spotted go to the top of the class. Should I post a sarcasm alert next time?

Perhaps for the benefit of others.

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1 minute ago, polpott said:

it was you that didn't get it.

Your opinion, you know what they say about them.

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1 hour ago, simple1 said:

 

What other models do you believe would have been acceptable to politicians as they set the rules for a referendum. I agree politicians selecting a 'president' is fraught with unknows, it's why I didn't support the referendum. I too am not a fan of Howard.

There were a couple around at the time, but the one that was presented for voting on by the parliament was the least acceptable to the populous. Howard and that "man" Flint  et al knew this.

He was "seen" to play the democratic game, but like all referendums, do not ask the question unless you can get the answer preferred by the ruling party.

 

 

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38 minutes ago, evadgib said:

A simple question if I may...

 

Why now?

Why not now? It's been established beyond reasonable doubt the Palace interfered during and after the Dismissal. Who's to say it won't happen again?

IMO Australia's progress has been retarded by this anachronistic link, ask yourself what the Brits do for us? Sent us Tony Abbott, the worst Prime Minister in Australia's history. Not to mention the millions in taxpayer dollars we could save on federal and state governors. 

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7 hours ago, simple1 said:

 

I hold UK, NZ and UK citizenship. I do agree, whilst they deny the fact, many Australians are wingers.

Yes they need a holding midfielder. 

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3 hours ago, Lacessit said:

That's like a Bill Clinton response, how would you know unless you were there?

Nothing wrong with my one son, smarter than I am, formidable human being. He'd be perfect if he had not inherited a couple of his mother's health genes.

 

2 hours ago, Lacessit said:

Your opinion, you know what they say about them.

 

Your post suggests that you didn't have a clue.

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9 hours ago, Lacessit said:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Living_Treasure_(Australia)#Current_list

 

Take your pick. Sir Gustav Nossal, Noel Pearson, Julian Burnside. I suppose Bob Brown would be unacceptable to you.

Yes, we disagree. I've never been one for living in the past. As another poster has said, do you really think the UK cares about Australia? They have enough problems of their own, the Commonwealth has served its purpose. It's an anachronism.

You're reminding me of James Barrie.

 

 

I'm almost disappointed you didn't nominate Mel Gibson, Edna E. or Crocodile Dundee.

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47 minutes ago, The Deerhunter said:

I'm almost disappointed you didn't nominate Mel Gibson, Edna E. or Crocodile Dundee.

I was tempted, but that would expose how shallow we both are.

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3 hours ago, polpott said:

 

 

Your post suggests that you didn't have a clue.

Just had a nice one hour massage with a woman who wants to get into my pants and wallet simultaneously. I'm in a good mood, so go annoy someone else, OK?

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