Oct 24, 2012
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This needs to become a recurring segment.
I think Tony’s going for the quinella.
It’s a win to slime & stupidity by the length of the straight.
tony abbott proves once again that the best defense is a good offense.
Can I have a ticket to be in the audience?
Can’t it be both? The only other alternative is that the Rabbott is actually a deep cover mole (? clip-on ears), recruited while on his Rhode’s scholarship at Oxford (?to keep up with the Cambridge tradition)…OMG, he’s a Trot!
FD this is tops. Our family uses “sookylala” all the time. Now I have an educational aid for my kids. ta
Whilst I would hate to disagree with such an oracle as First Dog I believe there is a third option
That is it is bot sleeze & stupdity afterall Abbott not only looks like a wing nut but behaves like one.
If Alan Jones truely had a rural back ground he would call Abbott a “Harvester”
Its Rabbotts clumsy attempt at dog whistling. A nod and a wink to his target group he learnt from his mentor and master, little Johnny.
I really wanted the slime/stupidity buttons to work – just like in the Herald Sun
Sheer brilliance, Mr Dog, I’m laughing out loud, the neighbours will be complaining any minute.
And we know which one is the big girl’s blouse – although he seems determined to wear the hair shirt instead.