Slap the condom , do it now. Your Country needs you

Put down that brick granny. Stop swinging the bicycle chain around Canberra Merv, you’ll get locked up! There are already dartboards for sale with Joe Hockey’s face as the target. It is mean but that’s what you get for tacking country’s perceived plight onto those already groaning under difficulties. I say ‘perceived’ because our financial situation regards debt is the envy of the world.

I remember some many years back buying toilet paper rolls with the previous Prime minister Malcolm Frazer’s face printed on every sheet. Boy, were we generous with using multiple sheets each time we used the loo. No stinginess then. No doubt, this will happen again. I wonder if we pensioners should pool our meagre finances and go into the production of cigar flavoured condoms with the images of Joe Hockey and Cormann embossed at the receiving tip of them. They might get used in the backseat of a rusty Holden ‘Special’ or inside a cavernous Bunnings store. (near the barbecue division when no one is looking)

Yet, much of Frazer’s earlier political shenanigans have softened and indeed, he has come good, often speaking in support of the underdog. But….he did resign from the Liberal party. Amazing a former Prime minister losing faith in a party that he gave much of his life for. Can you imagine both of the Bushes doing the same in the US? There is hope for all of us in this.

Rubber revolution

Rubber revolution

Look granny, who is walking right now around Canberra’s Burley’s lake? Is it Joe our treasurer? Yes, it is. Quick, put down the brick, here is a condom. Get him granny, and slap him with it. Go on, slap him with the condom, harder harder. That’s it, thrash him. Lay into him. Teach him a lesson he won’t forget. Make him smoke! Don’t stop now.

Ah, that feels better already doesn’t it?

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9 Responses to “Slap the condom , do it now. Your Country needs you”

  1. gerard oosterman Says:

    For the winners and losers of the budget, look here.
    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-05-13/budget-winners-and-losers/5433178

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  2. M-R Says:

    Funnier without the ‘granny’, (_¤_) ! [grin]

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  3. Rosie Says:

    This post gave me a good laugh – and we need it today.

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  4. gerard oosterman Says:

    We need laughter more now than ever before Rosie.
    Australia not very happy right now.
    http://www.roymorgan.com/findings/5581-budget-2014-reaction-201405140642
    A double dissolution must be tempting the ALP. Instead of the 2% ‘ temporary ‘levy’ on those over $180.000.- it should have been 10%. The liberals are always looking to make life miserable for those on the lower end of income and protect those on the top end.
    It is their notion of privilege or entitlement which they keep talking about not those that rely on some support in times of hardship. Pensioners are not exactly well off here, especially if they pay rent or have a mortgage.
    God, how I dislike the liberals. When I see that Mattias Cormann strutting about I get goose pimples.

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  5. Rosie Says:

    I agree with everything you said. My worry is: Abbott will not go for a double dissolution, therefore, in two and a half years time when we have another Federal election will Australians have already forgotten what Abbott/Hockey did?

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    • gerard oosterman Says:

      I don’t really know the exact technicalities in forcing a double dissolution. I thought if the senate obstructs supply another election has to be held. Would Abbott not be forced call for an election if payments are stopped?

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    • gerard oosterman Says:

      It also depends a lot if the bills are passed. Pensioner couple will lose about $1100.- yearly by the deletion of special supplement apart from forking out more for medication and doctor visits.
      It is put at about $ 50.- a fortnight by economists. On top the pension will now get an increase per inflation rate instead as previously the real cost of living index.
      If our inflation gets even lower or to zero, there will be no increase in the pension, yet food and other costs will still rise.

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