From: Kev on
Noddy wrote:

> Regardless of *how* they're getting here, they have no right to be here and
> *that's* the point.

So why focus on a few in boats
the Govt is spending millions to stop a few thousand in boats yet let
through 10 times that many walk right past them
why are there no great campaigns to hunt down all illegals, Oh they are
not all Muslims
It'd be easy, just check out every Cab driver, surely you'd nab 1/2 of
them there

From: Kev on
Noddy wrote:
> "Kev"<kevcat(a)> wrote in message
> news:4c435a71$0$3035$afc38c87(a)
>> I take it you mean those that enter Australia on their own
> I mean all of them.
> Australia has no obligation to take *any* "refugees" except those from
> countries that are our immediate neighbours.

>> Plenty of Sudanese and other Africans arriving here. but bought in by the
>> Govt
> The government does lots of things that make sense only to them.

No argument there

but I have no objection to them taking in real refugees, they apply for
refugee status while sitting in camps waiting to die

As for the boat people, I am like everyone else and would like to see it
stopped. but that is never gonna happen while we have shitbag
neighbouring countries

The Libs thought, HEY when we get elected we'll just turn the boats away
that'll work for about 20 seconds till the boat starts sinking, then
it's ALL taken to the detention centre and the waiting legal teams to
help them get in

From: atec77 on
On 19/07/2010 1:10 PM, D Walford wrote:
> On 19/07/2010 11:23 AM, atec77 wrote:
>> On 18/07/2010 8:10 PM, D Walford wrote:
>>> On 18/07/2010 7:21 PM, atec77 wrote:
>>>> On 18/07/2010 12:00 PM, D Walford wrote:
>>>>> On 17/07/2010 11:55 PM, hippo wrote:
>>>>>> Jason James wrote:
>>>>>>> The choice hasnt been so easy for a long while> back to the '50s
>>>>>>> with
>>>>>>> Abbott
>>>>>>> and his school-days Nulla nulla to educate us,. or a woman's version
>>>>>>> of the
>>>>>>> ALP.
>>>>>>> Back to full blown "work-choices" or some sanity from Julia.
>>>>>>> A while back, Austar was advertising the function of the red button
>>>>>>> on their
>>>>>>> remote. Some wags were filmed offering their opinion on what the
>>>>>>> "red"
>>>>>>> button should do, said "press it to erase that mental picture I
>>>>>>> still
>>>>>>> have in my mind, of Abbott in his speedos,...LOL!!
>>>>>>> Jason
>>>>>> I'll be voting for our sitting member because she's actually
>>>>>> helped to
>>>>>> achieve a lot for this electorate in the last decade and a half. From
>>>>>> what
>>>>>> I've seen, I've only lived in one other federal seat where the local
>>>>>> member has been more visible, more accessible, or taken pains to be
>>>>>> more
>>>>>> accountable.
>>>>> Julia Gillard was very active in her electorate especially supporting
>>>>> schools, she regularly visited almost every school in the area, don't
>>>>> now if that will continue because she is no longer education minister
>>>>> but she is liked and respected amongst the school communities in the
>>>>> west of Melb.
>>>>> Daryl
>>>> nce the party get thier hooks into her and considering she has given
>>>> education unofficially aware you district will suffer
>>>> she will be useless shortly
>>> Decoder ring broken, please translate?
>>> Daryl
>> I am told it means
>> Once the caucus get their hooks into her (and she no longer handles the
>> education portfolio) your district will suffer , shortly she will be
>> completely useless to you
> Don't know about useless but I imagine she would be much less accessible
> and she won't be visiting as many schools.
useless then

> No other education minister Federal or State has been seen anywhere as
> often in the local schools as she has so my guess its something she
> enjoys doing.
pedo ?
> Daryl

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From: D Walford on
On 19/07/2010 1:43 PM, Albm&ctd wrote:
> In article<4c43c0d4$0$28667$c3e8da3(a)>,
> dwalford(a) says...
>> On 19/07/2010 9:35 AM, Noddy wrote:
>>> "John_H"<john4721(a)> wrote in message
>>> news:nu0746h1em5iio5n748mo6dcmdqfrh1h75(a)
>>>> Maybe if you were lucky.
>>> Or persistant.
>>>> I knew a conscientious objector who tried to take the legal way out.
>>>> He was handed over to the army by the law court and given the job of
>>>> painting army huts with a toothbrush. Nor was he allowed to take the
>>>> paint can up the ladder. He survived the two years but wasn't the
>>>> full quid when I met him.
>>>> Such was/is the military mentality!
>>> I don't know if it still is, but it certainly was. The Army used to survive
>>> on bastardisation.
>> According to my Warrant Officer brother not much of that goes on any
>> more although my guess it would be near impossible to wipe it out
>> completely.
>> He complains that he is not even allowed to verbally abuse the troops
>> any more:-)
>> Daryl
> Are the troops allowed to do a little dance and slap him with a wet fish or two?

Not unless they want to do a 10k run carrying a full pack:-)

From: atec77 on
On 19/07/2010 1:17 PM, D Walford wrote:
> On 19/07/2010 12:36 PM, Mr.T wrote:
>> Yep amazing how many people forget that Gough ended conscription within a
>> week of being elected. Has any other government ever fulfilled an
>> election
>> promise that quick?
> Very few if any, to many people of my age it was a life changing event
> for which I will be forever grateful.
> Nothing makes my blood boil more than conscripting young people into the
> military against their will and those that advocate it should go away
> die very slowly and painfully.
> Daryl
I had a lots of acquaintances who left unnzud and didn't return once
and many did it and enjoyed the experience if not the delivery

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