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The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. No price is too high for the privilege of owning yourself. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche

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Guardian: Labor pulls further in front of Coalition as Morrison’s disapproval rating rises

Latest Guardian Essential poll puts Labor ahead of the Coalition 54% to 46% as voter disapproval of the PM jumps by nine points

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  1. Rob Halton

    November 9, 2018 at 6:23 am

    Folks, you are absolutely wrong with your assessments of PM Morrison, he who now has to shoulder the entire responsibility for the nation!

    Are you not aware that the PM has blocked a $13bn deal with China for critical Australian infrastructure? This involved a gas pipeline that would be foreign operated for providing gas for mainland city consumption, as well as controlled gas fired electricity generation assets and liquefied natural gas exports.

    The extent of this proposal is consistent with maintaining Australia’s national interest.

    This proposed takeover set off economic and national security alarm bells the moment it was announced, but although it is a tough call to balance investment with domestic security concerns there is no doubt it is the right decision.

    What you folk, most who live in some sort of environmental bubble, have to realise is that our PM faces enormous challenges to keep the country running on an even keel and safe from “foreign invasion”.

    The PM is on track for better polling. The recent events in Wentworth will be relatively insignificant with that Phelps woman taking the seat over as an Independent. She will have very little actual say in how the country forges ahead to maintain what’s best for the national interest.

    PM Morrison so far has excelled as our new PM, and I have no hesitation in recommending him as a reliable leader.

    Now what do you objectionable lot have to say for your miserable selves?

  2. Tim Thorne

    November 7, 2018 at 6:42 pm

    It’s all right now, though. Damien Mantach is out of jail in time to help the Libs organise their finances.

  3. Rob Halton

    November 6, 2018 at 7:00 pm

    Peter Black, you are providing fake news, my son!

    Morrison remains ahead of Shorten as preferred PM 41% – 29% .. a similar figure to a month ago when Morrison was ahead 42% – 27%.

    • Peter Black

      November 7, 2018 at 1:28 pm

      Excuse me, what? You say I am “providing fake news”

      I have presented a cut and paste of your words taken from a current article on TT in current time, here on this article, linked to, and presented by The Guardian. I personally have presented no news. Fake or otherwise.

      From your comment l see that you do not consider the Preferred PM poll figures to be, in your words, ” “artificially rigged” poor polls.”

      But it is not the Preferred PM poll figures which win on Election day.

      On Election day it is the Two Party Preferred, which stands at 54% to 46%. I would take it that it is the Two Party Preferred poll figures you consider to be, in your words, ” “artificially rigged” poor polls” as they do not reflect a win for your preferred view.

      On your use of the word of “son” … no thanks.

    • Russell

      November 8, 2018 at 8:28 am

      Can you read, Robin? The article states quite clearly “Latest Guardian Essential poll puts Labor ahead of the Coalition 54% to 46%”. It says nothing about Morrison v Shorten. The whole LNP is on the nose, not just Morrison.

      Morrison’s stupid slogan bus trip is a further blatant waste of taxpayers’ money, and it’s sure to rile the punters even more. I hope he comes to Tassie so I can let him know, in person, what I think.

  4. Peter Black

    November 6, 2018 at 1:51 pm

    Ah, this will be what Mr Rob Halton was talking of ….

    “Broadcasts of fake news aimed at seducing the followers of phased out union garble!”

    with ..

    ” “artificially rigged” poor polls. “

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