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Aug 29, 2013

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11 thoughts on “The Federal Election has no friends

  1. Andybob

    Spot on FD. If all the Feddy ‘lections got together this one would be the one in the kitchen with myopia and halitosis gazing out the window at the carport.

    No one is, or should be, interested in a popularity contest between Kevin and Tony, which is what the whole farce has degenerated into.

  2. zut alors

    Three weeks into the campaign and TA has transmogrified into a skink in a suit – or, as Mr Dog might say, Saiphos Equlalis. My apologies to all skinks.

    But we are in danger of forgetting how incredibly g0dawful the 2010 election was.

  3. ernmalleyscat

    Poor old Feddy. Copping all the hate speech and bullying when in fact it’s his evil half brother Campaign that is the real monster.
    Feddy’s the nice one who only asks for 10 minutes of your time and gives you a sausage sandwich for your trouble. He’s a living national treasure if ever there was one.

  4. drmick

    Your erection looks a limp First Dog. Do you think some Vi@gra would help? Stiffen the upper lip/snout so to speak? Everyone forgets how vicious it could have been if princess bloodnut was facing off against the urban ape man. 51% of the population that use the female version of vi@gra, (Niagra)-keeps you wet all night), would be screaming at everyone by now. Do you notice that not one of the photoshops in the papers has parodied a female?

  5. klewso

    Tweedle Dum or Tweedle Dee?
    What a campaign in the arse.

  6. cyberfysh

    You’re right, emc, it’s Campaign that is the zombie Jasper to Feddy’s benevolent Abby. Time it was dead, buried & cremated, for everybody’s sake…

  7. drovers cat

    cyberfish: Jasper may be a zombie – but he’s OUR zombie. Let no bad word be spoken of Him

  8. rhwombat

    DC: …as opposed to a bad word spoken by him – which are legion.

  9. Andrew L

    I feel so alone. I need a hug. Doctor, Doctor! Can I have a kitten?

  10. Kel S

    Maybe each party should announce one crazy policy, such that the voting public can be energised into action. We could all do our duty to stop Government-run death panels, even if saving Granny meant eliminating welfare for the unemployed.

    They had to change the rules of competitive checkers because the competition went stagnant… so why not do that with elections?