I appreciate your concern. I am a swinging voter. I have an opinion on most subjects. I will agree with the conservatives probably more than labour at this point in time. All I want is for us to have a Leader. A real one. At the moment we don’t have one and unlikely in the foreseeable future.
Great Song originally by Harry Chapin who died on a freeway having had a massive heart attack behind the wheel. He struggled for twenty odd years and was famous for about eight, then died ,I think in his late forties early fifties.
On a lighter note I put my depression issues down to a very bad motor vehicle accident and following the Wests Tigers (except in 2005).No medication required that year……
Because I think we are headed in that direction. Our Election Advertisements are becoming as outrageous as the US.
And take a look at the two leaders tomorrow. Gladys, in my opinion is out of her depth and Daley hasn’t got it either. One party has sold everything and the other party wants to cancel everything that the other mob did.
The one thing I do agree with Daley on, is Allianz Stadium. If the SCG Trust wants a new Stadium ,let them build it. Why should everybody have to pay for the Rorters, Soccer and Waratahs home games?
No I don’t vote on the Leader but it has to have some impact. I totally agree with you,that this Government and the one before it has no credability and certainly doesn’t deserve to be reelected either on performance or policy. The problem is ,neither does Labour. Vote Green? No chance.Independents? Have you looked at them? Sometimes a Country deserves the politicians it gets.
No, the guy in the White House is a certified moron. No question about that. The guy in Canberra is a weak opportunist and the guy before him thought he was the smartest guy in the room and he wasn’t. This country is totally bereft of talent when it comes to politics. I loathe the looney left and fear the right wing nutters. My concern is people actually think Shorten is good when he hasn’t an original thought unless advised by the CMFEU. For the record, I come from a long Labour background.