The following comment sent by me to both the Australian and Andrew Bolt was rejected; was it too close for comfort? No; both papers are served by the one moderator and it would appear that you cannot submit the same comment to either one of them at the same time and/or day.
“The more they see of her the more they see through her” Rose C Taylor 11/08/2010 (11:00 to 11:30 am).
Enough is enough – from the ABC to journalists in general it is time to stop with the what I/we say is gospel.
I only have one thing to say; I am prepared to share with you and your readers that I do strongly sense that the overall Election 2010 will be won by the Coalition Party.
My parting comment is directed to all in sundry that regardless of who does win this election that both journalists and readers accept the decision of the people and put an end to the constant whining that follows such outcomes.
The Greens and Labor have agreed on a preferences deal which is expected to affect the election race in more than 50 key House of Representatives seats.
'Moving forward' slogan treats us like imbeciles, says speechwriter:
Don’t worry Don her next slogan will be “Moving with the Greens”
Monday 19th July, 2010 12.51 pm
Women love Julia - Mumble Blog The Australian (2)
Tips for Friday, July 23 Herald Sun Andrew Bolt Blog
Tips for Monday, July 19 Herald Sun Andrew Bolt Blog (2)
"Comments" - There are too many cooks creating this broth. The continuous barrage of online newspaper articles together with the verbal diarrhoea being dished up to us by the ABC makes one want to turn the other cheek and leave the discussion to those who appear to be enjoying the flavour of the day.
Work choices are dead – my son an employee for more than twenty years of a very large supermarket was not able to offer them casual employment under him terms – it had to be a regular fixed agreement. He has always been a much respected employee and called upon on several occasions to carry out senior duties. Like or not the unions have won.
His decision to change his career path should have allowed him to also be on call for his previous employer.
“Women’s Weekly, brush up Julia Gillard ”
What a difference a week(ly) makes – see it at
War hero’s name dragged into boat people row
My father fought in the First World War and my brother volunteered to fight the North Korean war. For what purpose? In my book, it would appear, to allow the Labor Government and their current leader to undermine both the Diggers and their relatives.
Rose Taylor - Melton West
Taylor of Melton West
Thu 29 Jul 10 (10:47am)
Galaxy doesn’t follow the script
Where was your criticism yesterday re the Neilson Polls? Be it yourself or Mumble from The Australian reading between the lines of Opinion Polls does not always render yours or his preferred result.
COMMENT: Yesterday's Nielsen poll wasn't publicised by a figure with an arithmetic error. If you read the analysis piece in the SMH text yesterday, you'll find it has similar findings to Galaxy on a state by state basis. If you click on the state breakdowns on my election calculator, you'll find recent Nielsen and Newspoll have similar findings. I'm not disputing the poll finding, I'm noting that the headline figure has been calculated incorrectly and that incorrect number has flavoured understanding of the poll.
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I accept your comment Anthony but in all honesty the truest opinion poll is the result of door to door, face to face questioning. I know because I pounded the pavements for six months. Next Saturday is the true ‘Poll’ to follow and hopefully believe in.
This election, the Labor Government asks us to reflect on their claim of being superior..
Rose C Taylor says: Andrew could you please discuss on the MTR 1377 show tomorrow how Julia Gillard has taken…
(Wed 01 Sep 10 at 03:58pm)
Andrew could you please discuss on the MTR 1377 show tomorrow how Julia Gillard has taken women and their vote back to the dark ages. Now whenever a woman makes a promise to her partner and/or friends it will automatically be branded as a ‘green promise’. What disgusts me most is that those of us who did not vote for Labor/Greens will also have to wear this unholy hat.
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