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Aug

Pondering the not so distant past….

   Posted by: Patrick   in Patrick

Way back when Kevin Rudd won the election for Labor, there was much champagne popping from his supporters. Much, viva the revolution type of talk.

So there was this tosser who visited here frequently at around that time. He posted by several names, presumably because he was too stupid to remember his fake ID’s. Jakdooker, Mollytar, and mollyjakdookertar, there were others, but I banned him for vulgarity…and just quietly immense stupidity.

You can read some of his barely coherent ramblings of joy here and here.

Sometimes I ponder about what he thinks now, as his Utopian dream falls flat on it’s useless, moronic, incompetent face.

Gillards latest shamozzel is a classic case in point of a useless government led by incompetent half wits.

High Court rejects refugee swap deal

THE Gillard government’s “Malaysian Solution” has been thrown into disarray after being ruled unlawful by the High Court.

The court’s full bench found Immigration Minister Chris Bowen’s declaration of Malaysia as a country to which asylum-seekers could be sent for processing was “invalid”.

Chief Justice Robert French said the court ordered Mr Bowen and his department be restrained from sending asylum-seekers to Malaysia.

“The declaration made … was made without power and is invalid,” Justice French told a packed courtroom in Canberra.

The High Court also found today that unaccompanied asylum-seekers under the age of 18 could not be lawfully taken from Australia without the minister’s written consent.

The ruling is a massive blow for the Gillard government, which had hoped the Malaysian refugee swap would be the deterrent it needed to halt the flow of asylum-seeker boats to Australia.

If the government now abandons the plan, it will still be bound under the deal to accept 4000 extra refugees from Malaysia, while being unable to send 800 asylum-seekers there for processing.

Ya can’t make this stuff up.

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Rachy
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I didn’t think anything else could surprise me, especially with these guys, but WHY on earth did they not check the legalities of the deal BEFORE passing it? I can only shake my head…

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Patrick Reply:

I think normal people can not comprehend their incomprehensible incompetence. Asking questions like “but WHY on earth did they not check the legalities of the deal BEFORE passing it?” assumes there is a modicum of sense shared amongst the twits.

There is not.

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lexcen Reply:

Exactly!

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September 1st, 2011 at 1:20 am
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Unfortunately, that’s the way it goes in a liberal government and the overworked tax payer foots the bills to people who don’t even belong there legally.

Wish you were making this up.

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Patrick Reply:

I wonder at what point people realize that the less people contributing, the more the government has to steal from us to sustain unworkable policies?

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September 1st, 2011 at 7:28 am
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No, you can’t make this up. It’s becoming hard to distinguish between parody and real stories these days, truly.

This is, sadly, typical of leftism: what has been done is very hard to UNdo.

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September 1st, 2011 at 10:59 am
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Much as I dislike judicial activism (and this decision by the court is certainly that) the sight of Gillard floundering and flailing desperately is delicious….

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September 6th, 2011 at 7:10 pm
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Just like the insolent prat that she really is she’ll be dragged kicking and screaming to Nauru which was the grown ups solution that worked until kevvie the idiot decided to fix it.

Mind you i saw her giving the Nauru PM the cold shoulder. I guess julia would rather screw over Australia to spite her critics.

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September 8th, 2011 at 11:09 am
 7 

Patrick, where are you? Yooo-whooo?

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September 9th, 2011 at 8:11 am
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It’s hard to believe that one government can be so consistently incompetent. There’s not one positive achievement they can claim. Not even an accidental win.

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September 10th, 2011 at 9:08 am

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