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By tigtog on February 27, 2012
For the last two decades of Federal and State elections, I have been voting strategically for a hung parliament (in both Houses) every time. In 2010, enough of my fellow citizens did the same that a hung Federal parliament was finally what we got.
By tigtog on June 15, 2011
Bachmann, 55, believes her country needs to be reclaimed from a socialist president, a gay mafia, and treasonous liberals, responsible for, among other things, robbing Americans of the freedom to choose their light bulbs.
By tigtog on June 8, 2011
Yes, and so does my friend’s dog.
By tigtog on April 12, 2011
Preferences distributed from the ALP to the Greens pushed Jeremy Buckingham (GRN) past Hanson’s initial largest share of the primary round of voting.
By Mary on March 25, 2011
I get the impression that the NSW election sees a slight improvement over the Federal election in polling place accessibility information. How does your electorate look? How many fully wheelchair accessible polling places, how many assisted access, and how close are they to you? What information is missing from the descriptions?
By Jo Tamar on March 25, 2011
NSW State election 2011: why neither my local Liberal candidate for the Legislative Assembly, nor the Liberal and National party candidates for the Legislative Council, will be getting any preference at all from me.
By Mindy on March 24, 2011
Today’s theme is: Politicians, in honour of the State election in NSW this weekend.
Post your own favourite in-theme Cheez here, and wait for admin image magic to make it appear.
By tigtog on March 18, 2011
The ALP, is, of course, the “unspeakable”, but they’ve had to become virtual cartoons before the LibNats have been able to look like this time they are finally going to get Labor out of government.
By tigtog on March 7, 2011
We don’t use them to cast our votes, and we don’t use them to count our votes either. Anybody telling you otherwise is lying.
By tigtog on November 2, 2010
US$250,000 is an important number because this the income level where the about-to-expire Bush tax cuts (that have got the Tea Party so energised) kick in, and these are the tax cuts that many people say are motivating their intent to vote Republican at the mid-term elections that will be held today.
By tigtog on September 14, 2010
So is it at all possible that all the frenzied yammering from the “we wuz robbed” CLN diehards about the desperate need for a new election ASAP might just STFU for a while now?