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Media Mogul relaunches “I’m Sticking with Tony” Publicity Campaign

September 14, 2015
Reclusive online media mogul Edwina Forthright

Reclusive online media mogul Edwina Forthright

While the Liberal Party is busy tearing itself apart in the public arena with renewed speculation that Prime Minister Tony Abbott is facing a leadership revolt from his own front bench team, a new throng of support for the besieged Liberal leader has emerged from an unlikely source.

Archetypical left leaning blog The Gutter Trash has today relaunched the emblematic “I’m sticking with Tony” campaign in a desperate attempt to garner support for Mr Abbott and to promote the many achievements of his government’s first two years in office.

The unprecedented move departs from the publication’s traditional position on refraining from commenting on political matters – just like the royal family – observing that ‘desperate times call for desperate measures’.

Managing Editor Edwina Forthright defended critics saying that it’s in the country’s best interests for Tony Abbott to lead the country to the next election, lest he be denied the reward he so richly deserves.

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  1. Tom R permalink
    September 14, 2015 10:12 am

    I’m rootin’ for turnbull

    Firstly, because yabot is too dangerous for our country.

    Secondly, so we can relive the exciting utegate years 😉

  2. Tom R permalink
    September 14, 2015 10:25 am

    mediamogul seems to think free speech means printing anything anyone wants to pay you for.

    So, free speech = expensive speech?

  3. TB Queensland permalink
    September 14, 2015 10:29 am

    I agree with Edwina (gorgeous in that phot BTW!) …

    Tones should stay … and get the the reward he so richly deserves … he has worked so long and overcome so many hardships and mistakes … making the hard decisions that ordinary folk, not familiar with the tradition of tory retro-engineering, would or could understand …

    … state school drop outs just don’t understand the relationships developed and sacrifices made by parents of people like Tones and the behind the scenes lobbying and negotiating to climb steadily to the top … its not handed to people like Tones on a plate … they have to do things for no immediate reward to and for people they probably dislike …

    And I have it on good authority that Tones is really a nice man despite all the silly things he’s been accused of …

    I for one want Tones to Stay!

    Please, please, please!

  4. TB Queensland permalink
    September 14, 2015 10:31 am

    And with the broncos set to take the NRL crown … ’bout time I changed my gravatar …

  5. Neil of Sydney permalink
    September 14, 2015 10:44 am

    Firstly, because yabot is too dangerous for our country.

    Why? He didn’t damage our relationship with Indonesia by banning the live cattle trade and bugging the phone of the Indonesians Presidents wife.

    Labor is dangerous for this country because all Labor does is destroy things.

  6. Tom R permalink
    September 14, 2015 11:05 am

    He didn’t damage our relationship with Indonesia by banning the live cattle trade and bugging the phone of the Indonesians Presidents wife.

    No, he did it simply by being a dick.

  7. Splatterbottom permalink
    September 14, 2015 11:07 am

    “No, he did it simply by being a dick.”

    LOL!

  8. September 14, 2015 11:07 am

    Labor is genuinely dangerous to Kneel’s health, because he’s fixing to have a stroke when they (likely) get re-elected in the next twelve months.

    Kneel would prefer a One Party State…but regularly tries to convince us that white is black, with his appropriation of Bolt’s bleating catch cry, “Leftists Are Natural Totalitarians!!!”.

    How hard it must be to be a monochrome thinker in a multi-coloured world. I almost pity Kneel.

  9. September 14, 2015 11:12 am

    Even the laughable, tragic best efforts of the Bolt’s of the media landscape to paint gold over AbbottCorp defecation, on almost a daily basis, by blaming the ABC/CFMEU/Leftists-in-general, can’t hide the incontrovertible fact that 99% of his political damage is self inflicted.

  10. Splatterbottom permalink
    September 14, 2015 11:18 am

    “No, he did it simply by being a dick.”

    Pithy and pointed – an incompetent government headed by, well, a dick.

    The problem with that is it opens the way for a disreputable union stooge like “Two Knives” Shorten to become PM. Or even worse conservative incompetence may lead the way for a socialist nut-job like a Corbyn or a Sanders to take over.

  11. September 14, 2015 11:24 am

    It seems that Shorten, as widely bland (if not reproached) as he is seen to be by the public at large, will simply walk into the PMship by default.

    Much like AbbottCorp did, but with a little less of the vicious negativity which characterised AbbottCorp in Opposition.

    AbbottCorp, does however deserve to have its arse handed to it at the next election.

  12. Tom R permalink
    September 14, 2015 11:25 am

    disreputable union stooge

    Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

  13. Neil of Sydney permalink
    September 14, 2015 11:26 am

    Labor is genuinely dangerous to Kneel’s health,

    Yep. Labor was handed a $20B surplus and turned it into a $27B deficit in their first year. After 5 deficit budgets they ended their time in govt with a sixth – $48B.

    Labor has no fiscal restraint. Never has, never will.

    As far as i am aware Abbott has yet to trash anything like Labor did.

  14. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 11:28 am

    mediamogul seems to think free speech means printing anything anyone wants to pay you for

    Except our money’s no good when ‘teh left’ want to run an ad about a certain media mogul’s political campaigning and influence, then it’s a blanket ban from the ‘free speech’ advocates.

    http://www.macrobusiness.com.au/2013/09/banned-anti-murdoch-ad-finds-new-voice-on-web/

  15. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 11:28 am

    All we need now is for the labor party to relaunch itself. Who will be capable of a corbyn, will this humanist fervour reach australian labor, or are they quite happy to be the liberal clones?

    I felt the cockles of me ‘eart warming this morning when I saw this:

    http://www.theguardian.com/politics/video/2015/sep/12/billy-bragg-sings-the-red-flag-after-corbyns-refugee-rally-speech-video

    and this:

    Corbyn victory energises the alienated and alienates the establishment:
    http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/sep/13/jeremy-corbyn-victory-energises-the-alienated-labour

    Please labor, can we have some too? We’re sooo ready and waiting!

  16. September 14, 2015 11:29 am

    You have impervious mental barriers to becoming ‘aware’ of non-ALP deficiencies in Government, Kneel.

    But that won’t stop the bubble from bursting in the world outside your headspace.

  17. Tom R permalink
    September 14, 2015 11:40 am

    or are they quite happy to be the liberal clones?

    Apart from “security” matters, how are they clones AO?

  18. Tom R permalink
    September 14, 2015 11:41 am

  19. Tom R permalink
    September 14, 2015 11:46 am

    Amid further leadership speculations surrounding Prime Minister Tony Abbott, the Coalition Government has promised today that if they do have a leadership spill it will be cheaper and faster than the Labor alternative.

    http://www.sbs.com.au/comedy/article/2015/09/14/coalition-promises-cheaper-faster-spill-labors

  20. Splatterbottom permalink
    September 14, 2015 11:52 am

    No surprise that the hard left love Corbyn, the terrorists friend.

    I wonder if the Brits want to relive the massive economic decline that followed the last nationalisation spree. After becoming the sick man of Europe the nation was fortunate enough to have a Thatcher on hand to restore prosperity.

    Billy Bragg, like many talented artistes, is a hopeless politician.

    The end result of Corbyn’s election to the leadership is the end of Labour as a credible alternative government. Nigel Farage and UKIP, and indeed all the other parties will be celebrating! There is something here for everyone except the moderate decent elements of the Labour Party.

  21. Neil of Sydney permalink
    September 14, 2015 12:06 pm

    You have impervious mental barriers to becoming ‘aware’ of non-ALP deficiencies in Government, Kneel.

    If Hockey doubles the projected deficit then i will become aware. So far the Coalition has not trashed anything like Labor did.

    Most of Labors 2,000 kids are no longer in detention. The budget is slowly being repaired. The boats have stopped so we can now take refugees in trouble, not those with $10,000.

  22. Peter permalink
    September 14, 2015 12:23 pm

    Never mind this, be aware of the TPP, our soverenty is in danger and the government has been keeping this quiet from us! Piss off Abbott, your selling this country out and trying to enslave us all, both parties are shit!

  23. September 14, 2015 12:59 pm

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  24. September 14, 2015 1:00 pm

    Unfortunately, with regard to the TPP, I think that the ALP likely supports the lion’s share of it.
    Hopefully the differential points are important (ISDS etc) but I’m fairly sure they’ll bend over to Big US Media etc over intellectual property, among other things.
    I believe a lot of the stranglehold placed upon the internet in the last year or so, rushed through by both parties, is more about laying the groundwork for punitive implementations of the TPP than ‘catching terrorists’. National security was just the conveniently unlocked backdoor through which the privacy invasion entered.

    The most insidious part of such agreements is that they’re virtually ‘agreed’ to with no democratic oversight.
    If wikileaks hadn’t divulged the limited amounts they’ve come by, we’d know almost nothing about it…and platitudes about its benefits from the likes of Robb do nothing to negate my cynicism (in fact, they increase it).

    The devil is in the detail, and we, those who will be ultimately subjected to the ‘agreement’ are not privy to it until the horse has bolted.

    The implications for our PBS, and other such public goods, are manifest.

  25. September 14, 2015 1:02 pm

    Get a good VPN. One that doesn’t keep records & isn’t based I a country subject to’agreements’ with the Big Players.

  26. September 14, 2015 1:03 pm

    * in a country

    ** to ‘agreements’

  27. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 1:44 pm

    Apart from “security” matters, how are they clones AO?

    Apart from security? Security was really important TomR, they failed to protect our civil liberties and rights.

    Labor is just as gung ho as the libs when it comes to neoliberalist ideology and privatisation. labor sticks so close to the libs on policy that they have allowed themselves to be pulled to the extreme right, they don’t want a skerrick of space between them.

    They’ve agreed with data retention, internet filtering, surveillance state, erosion of civil liberties, criminalising genuine whistleblowers, they sided with libs to reject a senate scrutiny of ASIO, to prevent a federal ICAC, to prevent oversight of pollies expenses and rortings. The Greens tried to strengthen environment laws but labor voted with the libs to prevent them. Labor also caves in to the big business lobbyists, remember the pokies [wilkie] legislation and the mining tax?

    Bill shorten has been caught out a couple of times immediately agreeing with abbott on something and then having to screech to a halt and do a u-turn when he realises that the public are strongly opposed, most recently the border farce fiasco.

    Are they for or against bombs away in syria?

  28. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 1:52 pm

    Remember greg sheridan’s book about his love for abbott? Where he denies that abbott could ever be violent to a woman, so could not have punched at barbara ramjan.

  29. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 1:57 pm

  30. Tom R permalink
    September 14, 2015 1:57 pm

    Labor also caves in to the big business lobbyists, remember the pokies [wilkie] legislation and the mining tax?

    So, the mining tax is your example of Labor in bed with …… miners?

    So, yea, do a big list of “security”, which Labor have thrown the towel in, but ignore everything else, like health, education, or workplace relations.

    Are they for or against bombs away in syria?

    I think you will find they are for it, with quite a few amendments and reservations. It is the amendments and reservations that need to be taken note of (not that they will)

  31. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 2:05 pm

  32. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 2:06 pm

    So, the mining tax is your example of Labor in bed with …… miners?

    My example of labor caving in to the miners and knifing a sitting PM to do it.

  33. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 2:35 pm

    …health, education, or workplace relations…

    I’m not really that happy with labor on health and education, labor has almost been as damaging and complicit as the libs over the years with the ongoing bastardisation and privatisation of medicare and education. Medicare has become a ‘safety net’ rather than universal healthcare and taxpayer funding of education goes to private schools while public schools suffer from inadequate funding.

    I prefer the greens policies on health and education

    http://greens.org.au/keeping-health-costs-down

    …The Greens will invest $664m in extra funding for Medicare over the next four years. This is a sorely needed top-up to the health system that reverses cuts to Medicare made by Labor in the last Budget and supported by the Coalition.

    http://greens.org.au/policies/education

    A quick look through their employment and workplace relations looks pretty good too. I like their corporate governance and economics policies too.

  34. Splatterbottom permalink
    September 14, 2015 2:58 pm

    “My example of labor caving in to the miners and knifing a sitting PM to do it.”

    Tinfoil alert! Gillard knifed Rudd to cave into the miners. 🙂

  35. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 3:08 pm

    Tinfoil alert! Gillard knifed Rudd to cave into the miners

    huh ❓

    I do know that, dunno what your point is sb.

  36. Tom R permalink
    September 14, 2015 3:30 pm

    This is a sorely needed top-up to the health system that reverses cuts to Medicare made by Labor in the last Budget and supported by the Coalition.

    Labor did the last budget?

  37. Splatterbottom permalink
    September 14, 2015 3:58 pm

    “dunno what your point is sb”

    I am much misunderstood today. Making such allegations is clearly a plot by you and Tom R to make me think I’m losing it. 🙂

    My point was that in the hierarchy of Gillard’s reasons for knifing Rudd, the dominant motive, by a mile, was her ambition to become PM. Next was the fact she, only recently, realised that Rudd was a dysfunctional psychopath. The other factor was that Gillard had the numbers. Rudd had no union base and Boss Ludwig wanted someone more controllable.

    The mining tax was just part of the background noise.

  38. TB Queensland permalink
    September 14, 2015 4:02 pm

    BUGGER!

  39. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 4:07 pm

    BREAKING: Malcolm will challenge!

    #Libspill

  40. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 4:11 pm

    I am much misunderstood today. Making such allegations is clearly a plot by you and Tom R to make me think I’m losing it.

    😆

    The mining tax was just part of the background noise.

    I don’t believe that at all sb, I think it played a huge part in the coup on rudd.
    The miners had just had a $20million advertising campaign and the very first thing gillard did as new PM was the new mining tax policy.

  41. September 14, 2015 4:11 pm

    Woo hoo!

    SPILL! SPILL! SPILL!

  42. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 4:13 pm

    But what will neil do?

  43. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 4:17 pm

    Woo hoo!
    SPILL! SPILL! SPILL!

    That came quick didn’t it reb?

    Surely malcolm has the numbers, he’s been so careful not to show his hand until now.

    But what about all that Morrison talk? he is the one the RWNJ conservatives want.

  44. Splatterbottom permalink
    September 14, 2015 4:17 pm

    “Minister Julie Bishop also met with Mr Abbott to request the ballot”

    Is Bishop standing or did she merely back Turnbull’s request for the spill?

  45. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 4:22 pm

  46. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 4:29 pm

    Malcolm has to stand because “we’ve lost 30 Newspolls”

    Is that a good enough reason to dump a leader?

    Can trickster abbott elect to have a DD now to save his skin?

  47. September 14, 2015 4:33 pm

    “”Surely malcolm has the numbers, he’s been so careful not to show his hand until now.””

    I think he’ll get up this time..

    The rest of them know they’re fucked if the stick with Tony.

  48. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 4:35 pm

    I’m thinking that ‘good government’ is not going to happen today either.

    Is Bishop standing or did she merely back Turnbull’s request for the spill?

    “you bet you are, you bet I am!”

  49. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 4:40 pm

    I think Bill might be as disappointed as Tony.

  50. September 14, 2015 4:44 pm

    Excellent!

    If Malcolm wins, Libtish-conservatards desert the Coalition in droves!

    If AbbottCorp clings on, the rancour continues!

    A tremendous spectacle of political bloodletting!

  51. September 14, 2015 4:56 pm

    over at my abc mr-talkbull is peddling `tax-payer`funded self-advertising claiming 30-consecutive noisepolls demonstrate mr-rabbits leadership is in dire straits with the public, and teabag-panic is setting in.

    What we all need to remember leigh, is this governments list of achievements,

    1.we stopped the boats

    2.we stopped the tax

    3.death-cult, death-cult, death-cult:-)

  52. September 14, 2015 4:56 pm

    Tears well in Herr Andrew’s eyes, irrational protestations are caught in his throat like a lump of unrealised propaganda.

    This is tremendous theatre!

    http://blogs.news.com.au/heraldsun/andrewbolt/index.php/heraldsun/comments/bishop_and_turnbull_tell_abbott_to_call_a_vote/

    “Had Abbott been given loyalty, he would have won the next election against Bill Shorten.”

    G U F F A W !

  53. September 14, 2015 4:57 pm

    Someone call Kneel a waaaahmbulance.

  54. Splatterbottom permalink
    September 14, 2015 5:02 pm

    The odious Turncoat will probably win. Yet he is the Libs’ Kevin Rudd, with most of Rudd’s defects. Even so it is hard to imagine Turnbull’s government will be worse than the present. Shorten isn’t very appealing either. The duopoly isn’t working very well right now. I just wish Lambie and Palmer would patch up their differences so the country can unite behind them.

  55. September 14, 2015 5:03 pm

    Can’t wait to gauge the reactions of his arch religious conservative cronies, like Abetz, Andrews, Bernardi et al.

    Bound to be some jilted lovers in the wings for a while to come now.

    Can’t help thinking back to all of the quotes from Libs in Opposition regarding ALP Government Leadership disunity.

    How the worm has turned.

  56. September 14, 2015 5:05 pm

    Malcolm may recapture the middle…in the process, alienating the fuck out of a lot of the Coalition’s ‘base’.

    Joyce already on the record stating the allegiance with the Nationals will need to be renegotiated under Turnbull.

    The wheels are falling off!

  57. Splatterbottom permalink
    September 14, 2015 5:08 pm

    “The wheels are falling off!”

    That was a while back, Hockey’s first budget at least.

  58. September 14, 2015 5:13 pm

    You are absolutely correct.

    The trainwreck has been underway for a looooong time!

    They should’ve bitten the bullet earlier this year, at the very least.

  59. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 5:25 pm

    Malcolm may recapture the middle…in the process, alienating the fuck out of a lot of the Coalition’s ‘base’.

    Could also alienate the fuck out of a lot of the vote that Bill Shorten thought would come to him.
    I’ve heard quite a few labor supporters say they’d vote for malcolm.

  60. September 14, 2015 5:28 pm

    The disarray is probably a net positive for the ALP.

    The change to Turnbull…if that is what eventuates…probably a considerable negative.

  61. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 5:34 pm

    Annabelle crabb on #the drum talking about turnbull’s presser “most epic piece of frontstabbing” she’s seen

  62. September 14, 2015 5:42 pm

    agree armchair, teh-drum/annabelle was quite amusing,

    #also if talkbull gets-up, blib`s fcuked, the cake-walk is over:-)

  63. Splatterbottom permalink
    September 14, 2015 5:54 pm

    Speaking of the rise of the new socialists like Corbyn, Venezuela has just provided a reminder of how socialism really works:

    Richest Person in Venezuela is Chavez’s Daughter.

  64. September 14, 2015 5:55 pm

    on my abc blib is now speaking, a very worried-looking blib

  65. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 5:55 pm

    I quite enjoyed the discussion between craig emerson and that conservative/?IPA guy ?name. craig says turnbull had to go now to prevent abbott from going to the GG, because he wouldn’t accept sitting around for weeks waiting for the chop. The lib type says that’s crazy, no-one would take the nation to a DD over a leadership issue.

    Well, I reckon abbott would have gone for a DD, it’s in his nature, he would’ve gone out in a huge tantrum and thrown a bomb into the place!

    …#also if talkbull gets-up, blib`s fcuked, the cake-walk is over …

    I agree, Bill must be starting to sweat!

    Now Bill’s on the drum, using all of malcolm’s words to sink the boot into the libs.

  66. September 14, 2015 6:08 pm

    did you notice plib left with blib after his speech (and didn`t take questions), plib was looking rather serious as well, too bad camera was a long-shot, not a close-up

  67. September 14, 2015 6:15 pm

    at 6.15 mr-rabbit is due to `reply` to mr-talkbull`s earlier statements of challenge, it will go something like this,

    What we all need to remember leigh, is this governments list of achievements,

    1.we stopped the boats

    2.we stopped the tax

    3.death-cult, death-cult, death-cult:-)

  68. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 6:19 pm

    Tony Abbott: ‘we are not the labor party”
    “stopped the boats…
    PMship has to be something earned…
    I will win…

    our country, by god, is better than this…” 😮

    yep, it sounds like he’ll fight!

  69. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 6:24 pm

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-09-14/malcolm-turnbull-julie-bishop-liberal-leadership-ballot-blog/6774546

    …Prime Minister Tony Abbott:

    “Since coming to Government, our team has stopped the boats, improved the budget, cut taxes and increased jobs.

    “We have laid the foundation for a better deal for families and for small business.

    “You can trust me to deliver a stronger economy and a safer community. The prime ministership of this country is not a prize or a plaything to be demanded.

    “It should be something which is earned by a vote of the Australian people.

    “There will be a party room ballot for both the leadership and deputy leadership positions later this evening. I will be a candidate and I expect to win.

    “Obviously, I am dismayed by the destabilisation that’s been taking place now for many, many months and I do say to my fellow Liberals that the destabilisation just has to stop.

    “Let me finish on this note – I firmly believe that our party is better than this, that our Government is better than this and, by God, that our country is so much better than this. Thank you.”

  70. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 6:25 pm

    Funny!

  71. September 14, 2015 6:36 pm

    I enjoyed the umpteenth rendition of his lies…for the last time, hopefully>

  72. September 14, 2015 6:45 pm

    so eleventy is sticking with mr-rabbit, (they don`t want to be `team-jooLiar-lite`, ha-ha they will) so now the zombie-swap is on, talkbull will become top-zombie, morrison will replace eleventy, and the zombie that takes-over nbn, will have to be great at back-flips

  73. September 14, 2015 6:48 pm

    l Love the smell of burning zombie in the evening .. it smells like .. poetic-justice:-)

  74. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 7:15 pm

    I enjoyed the umpteenth rendition of his lies…for the last time, hopefully

    He’s as cunning as a rat though toilet, and a gutter brawler, especially with his back to the wall, I won’t hold my breath, those religious RWNJ conservatives would shoot turnbull if they could.
    But yes, I won’t miss abbott treating us like we’re gibbering neils, that’s something turnbull hit on, saying:

    …” A style of leadership that respects the people’s intelligence, that explains these complex issues and then sets out the course of action we believe we should take and makes a case for it.
    We need advocacy, not slogans. We need to respect the intelligence of the Australian people…”

    I will enjoy Shorten’s discomfort to come, as far as I’m concerned the wrong person is leading labor, if they ran fair & equal contests, it would be albo who is the OL. If turnbull gets up, he’s in danger of taking a lot of votes off Shorten/Labor

    now we see all the ministers [hockey at the minute] coming on telly and pretending to speak to ‘we, the people’ while they are really speaking to their own party.

    Big joe was up, attacking turnbull for attacking their crappy economics. “The PM has my absolute loyalty” But we all knew that abbott & hockey live and die together.

    Former soldier nikolic then tried to publicly bully the party via TV.

    I know, to save all these tears all the time, why don’t they actually hand over the party leadership to the public? Let us choose! I’m sure we’d do a better job.

    They keep saying it’s not up to the party, it should be the public who chooses. Abbott says the PM job “is is not a prize or plaything to be demanded, it is the gift of the australian people,” well get out of the way pollies and allow us to bestow our gifts. An election is not a rigged prize or plaything of the politicians!

    jeebus, I better change the channel, now truss is speaking, I can’t take anymore of the tears and recriminations!

    “Our party is better than this” – tony abbott

    Obviously it’s not.

    But what about Hastie! 😥

  75. September 14, 2015 7:27 pm

    ha-ha, it just keeps giving, dog-club cory will be foaming at the mouth on why he can`t work with talkbull on reportland tonight .. along with a couple of other zombies on who they are backing

  76. armchair opinionator permalink
    September 14, 2015 7:48 pm

  77. September 14, 2015 8:06 pm

    so teabags, is it just me.? or is everybody enjoying the `taxpayer-funded`glee radiating from my abc studios tonight.?

  78. September 14, 2015 8:12 pm

    ha-ha, joolee won`t be/stand again as mr-rabbits deputy .. the puppet has a peta-problem

  79. September 14, 2015 9:16 pm

    it`s ON .. mr-rabbit enters with 28-teabags (my-count)

  80. September 14, 2015 9:24 pm

    walk of shame .. mr-talkbull only had 7-walking with him .. joolee was on her own, but she brings most of wa-teabags with her

  81. September 14, 2015 9:50 pm

    mr-rabbit-44 .. talkbull-54-wins

    deputy joolee-wins

  82. September 14, 2015 10:27 pm

    fun fact via tim costello on qandaland,

    teabags are bombing the `death-cult` coz they `murder` people,

    the syrian regime has killed 7x more people, for years

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