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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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Malcolm Turnbull on Q&A

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  1. max

    November 9, 2018 at 1:15 pm

    One hour wasted waiting for something to happen, but it was as dull as his leadership. Where was climate change and the banking fiasco? One hour telling us of all his achievements, achievements that were forced on him.

    I thought that he was the real deal, and that he was going to do something for Australia. He talked the walk .. but failed to walk the walk. I can only conclude that his party had, and still has, his arm twisted up his back.

    Morrison, he who stabbed him in the back, is no improvement. Instead of swanning around trying to improve his chances of being re-elected by trying to be the good old bloke, costing us well over $10,000 a week and wearing stupid baseball caps, he should be doing what he was elected for .. namely running the country.

  2. Rob Halton

    November 9, 2018 at 9:50 am

    It was dreadful seeing Malcolm pleading for public mercy, it wont happen, no more TV interviews please!
    No doubt people in the street will shake hands with him, he was a smaller achiever than his immediate successor Scott Morrison.

    Malcolm a nice bloke, far better than Tony Abbott but no match for the increasing demands of Australian society for which Scott Morrison is addressing in rapid succession, as the problems appears, bango he has an answer immediately.

    I believe the Liberals will move on now, their only problem is the Nationals what to do with the Nationals leadership which at the moment appears dead in its tracks with Barnaby and that other white haired bloke in the suit, both looking rather weak and out of place as the PM storms ahead getting things done!

    ..

    At the next election a workable Coalition may not exist, be prepared for it, Morrison may have to rule as PM within a minority government, but again so far despite these facts Morrison’s ability far outweighs that of Shorten who continues to make up stories as he goes.

    One enormous issue for any leader is establishing a reasonable balance between trade and national security with China on the constant prowl to take up more Australian assets.

    • Russell

      November 10, 2018 at 11:09 am

      Where’s the loser Morrison’s “bango” answer regarding Climate Change? Coal?

      Where’s the loser Morrison’s “bango” answer regarding Nauru and Manus? The Courts?

      Where’s the loser Morrison’s “bango” answer regarding the current drought? $150 million worth of B&S funding, and more loans for farmers?

      Where’s the loser Morrison’s “bango” answer regarding water shortages and theft? Pumped Hydro?

      Morrison’s only “bango” idea (copied from several others before him) is to go on tour in a bus. For what? Another holiday at our expense?

      Bring on the next election. We have Independents to elect to take the reins from these fools, and to have a swag of them put before the Courts.

  3. Russell

    November 9, 2018 at 8:16 am

    What a waste of an hour. Turnbull should have named and shamed his Judases .. and also those bullying (especially towards women) Ministers. But he didn’t.

    It was boring. Nearly everyone asked the same question and no-one got any real answers on Climate Change, Nauru/Manus or female representation that wasn’t out of the Liberal slogan book.

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