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  • 150935
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    Originally posted by trailboss49 View Post
    I'd like the one that taxed me least then.
    probally the one thats tight fisted with the cash

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  • Trailboss49
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    I'd like the one that taxed me least then.

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  • 150935
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    Originally posted by trailboss49 View Post
    Sometimes the political arm swings so far in one direction that what was liberal becomes conservative. For instance when JFK won presidency of the USA he was considered a left wing liberal. Yet if his fiscal and political policies were followed today they would be considered conservative.
    In Australia bot parties are basically the same just ones more tight fisted with the cash than the other

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  • Trailboss49
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    Sometimes the political arm swings so far in one direction that what was liberal becomes conservative. For instance when JFK won presidency of the USA he was considered a left wing liberal. Yet if his fiscal and political policies were followed today they would be considered conservative.

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    Originally posted by Rojik View Post
    Fraser is a joke and not even a funny one. He wasted 7 years in power after splitting the country - some say unconstitutionally - to gain power, and has spent his retirement sniping at both sides of government.

    A better question about Malcolm might be why he thought it was a good idea to back Mugabe's rise to power, and considered to back him when it became apparent to the world that the man was destroying his country.
    perfect example of a politician

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  • Rojik
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    Fraser is a joke and not even a funny one. He wasted 7 years in power after splitting the country - some say unconstitutionally - to gain power, and has spent his retirement sniping at both sides of government.

    A better question about Malcolm might be why he thought it was a good idea to back Mugabe's rise to power, and considered to back him when it became apparent to the world that the man was destroying his country.

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  • 150935
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    Liberals to Conservitives

    This is interesting a former Australian Liberal Prime Minister has quite the Liberal party because it's getting to conservitive? This really makes no sense to me A Liberals are technically the conservitive Party of Australian polotics even thought there isn't bugger all between Liberals and Labour so is there really a major party for the un conservitives?

    Not the Greens obviously



    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...ral-Party.html

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