The election thread - Will the new PM last a full term - who will you futilely vote for?

Who will you vote for?

  • Liberals

    Votes: 14 18.2%
  • Labor

    Votes: 32 41.6%
  • Nationals

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Greens

    Votes: 18 23.4%
  • Independant

    Votes: 4 5.2%
  • The Reason Party

    Votes: 4 5.2%
  • Shooters and Fishers Party

    Votes: 2 2.6%
  • One Nation

    Votes: 1 1.3%
  • Donkey/Invalid vote

    Votes: 2 2.6%

  • Total voters
    77

Flow-Rider

Wheel size expert
I still find it strange they were let inside the building at those early hours when she was clearly intoxicated. The culture must be so bad there that security are so far removed from questioning anything that goes on. It must be party central by night.
Contrast that to when they banned people rolling down the grass hill because that was too much of security risk.
It was a bit strange, but then you got to think of the risk or liability of leaving someone heavily intoxicated in a cab with a stranger while you ducked into an office. There were reports in the news of sex workers going in there too, so it was party central alright.
 

Dales Cannon

Deleted Banned Moderatuuur
Staff member
It was a bit strange, but then you got to think of the risk or liability of leaving someone heavily intoxicated in a cab with a stranger while you ducked into an office. There were reports in the news of sex workers going in there too, so it was party central alright.
That doesn't surprise me at all. Governments fuck up so often they would obviously need help.
 

ForkinGreat

Random Krishna
It was a bit strange, but then you got to think of the risk or liability of leaving someone heavily intoxicated in a cab with a stranger while you ducked into an office. There were reports in the news of sex workers going in there too, so it was party central alright.
The Perpertrators of Sexual Assault are more often the people the victim knows.....




 

leitch

Feelin' a bit rrranty
while you ducked into an office.
Honestly, there’s just no way a staffer should be allowed to duck into Parliament House at 2am, pissed or not. Speaking of workplace culture, if going into the office in the middle of the night in all states to collect ministerial documents etc is standard practice to the point that security just shrugs then the whole place needs a clean out. What a farce.
 

ForkinGreat

Random Krishna
The Cancerous Rectal Polyp - previously known as the mp for Bowman....
isn't even sorry, just sorry it was called out.

But the under-fire MP for Bowman has now claimed that he didn’t even know what he was apologising for, in a Facebook exchange accompanied by a string of laughing face emojis.
“I’m actually surprised by the response — not as good as skulling (beer) though,” he wrote.
Mr Laming also suggested his forced apology — demanded by the Prime Minister — was only necessary because of the current outrage over the treatment of women.
“In this climate — I willingly apologise — I didn’t even know what for at 4pm when I did it,’’ he said.

 

Flow-Rider

Wheel size expert
The Perpertrators of Sexual Assault are more often the people the victim knows.....




Not always, heaps of reported Uber and cab driver sexual assaults around these days. You wouldn't generally expect a work peer that holds such a high position in law to do such an act, you'd feel more safe around that person than a stranger.
It doesn't really matter why or how Brittany got into Canberra house, you don't force yourself onto someone that's drunk or passed out and you don't keep on going in the act if someone says "no", that type of shit is just wrong.
 

ForkinGreat

Random Krishna
Not always, heaps of reported Uber and cab driver sexual assaults around these days. You wouldn't generally expect a work peer that holds such a high position in law to do such an act, you'd feel more safe around that person than a stranger.
It doesn't really matter why or how Brittany got into Canberra house, you don't force yourself onto someone that's drunk or passed out and you don't keep on going in the act if someone says "no", that type of shit is just wrong.
That should be self evident to any reasonable person who isn't a fuckwit...
got links to stats, reports or the like? I would be interested to read up on this.
 

Flow-Rider

Wheel size expert
Honestly, there’s just no way a staffer should be allowed to duck into Parliament House at 2am, pissed or not. Speaking of workplace culture, if going into the office in the middle of the night in all states to collect ministerial documents etc is standard practice to the point that security just shrugs then the whole place needs a clean out. What a farce.
You don't really know why they went back there or the story that the victim was told, everything is just assumptions at this stage. I once had forgotten a safe open in a workshop with lots of money in it and had remembered at midnight in bed and went back to lock it.

got links to stats, reports or the like? I would be interested to read up on this.
https://theconversation.com/ubers-data-revealed-nearly-6-000-sexual-assaults-does-that-mean-its-not-safe-128689

https://www.google.com/search?q=cab+driver+sexual+assaults&rlz=1C1CHBD_en-GBAU888AU888&oq=cab+driver+sexual+assaults&aqs=chrome..69i57&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
 

leitch

Feelin' a bit rrranty
You don't really know why they went back there or the story that the victim was told, everything is just assumptions at this stage. I once had forgotten a safe open in a workshop with lots of money in it and had remembered at midnight in bed and went back to lock it.
Pretty sure the report I saw had Brittany saying he was going to drop her home but said he had to swing by the office to pick up some documents. But I may be getting confused.

I agree there are exceptions when people need access but they should be just that - exceptions. If there was genuine need for him to collect something from the defence minister’s office then doing so with a shit faced colleague in tow at two in the morning constitutes pretty fucking lax security protocol. On top of the alleged rape and everything else we should also be pretty pissed off that our government* which sets workplace laws for everyone else is such a shit show of an employer.

*parliament, sorry
 
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ForkinGreat

Random Krishna
Pretty sure the report I saw had Brittany saying he was going to drop her home but said he had to swing by the office to pick up some documents. But I may be getting confused.

I agree there are exceptions when people need access but they should be just that - exceptions. If there was genuine need for him to collect something from the defence minister’s office then doing so with a shit faced colleague in tow at two in the morning constitutes pretty fucking lax security protocol. On top of the alleged rape and everything else we should also be pretty pissed off that our government* which sets workplace laws for everyone else is such a shit show of an employer.

*parliament, sorry
I don't think it's lax, it's a deliberate "not your problem" protocol that security appears to be ordered to follow.
It's fucking disturbing and criminally wrong, is what it is.

ANYTHING that happens in and around Parliament house should be the absolute exemplar of behaviour, for others to emulate, rather than the sordid hive of scum & villainy, Sexual assault, sex parties, ejaculating on furniture, lying and complete lack of transparency in government, rorting taxpayer money, and suppression and corrosion of democracy that we do have.
 
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leitch

Feelin' a bit rrranty
I don't think it's lax, it's a deliberate "not your problem" protocol that security appears to be ordered to follow.
It's fucking disturbing and criminally wrong, is what it is.
Yeah sorry I meant lax document/information security. As in anyone on staff can just go to work and pick up documents from a minister’s office in the middle of the night. Wtf. Agreed on the “not your business” approach to building security. Fucking ridic.
 

Flow-Rider

Wheel size expert
Pretty sure the report I saw had Brittany saying he was going to drop her home but said he had to swing by the office to pick up some documents. But I may be getting confused.

I agree there are exceptions when people need access but they should be just that - exceptions. If there was genuine need for him to collect something from the defence minister’s office then doing so with a shit faced colleague in tow at two in the morning constitutes pretty fucking lax security protocol. On top of the alleged rape and everything else we should also be pretty pissed off that our government which sets workplace laws for everyone else is such a shit show of an employer.
Yeah, one law for them and another for us, untouchables I suppose.
 

nzhumpy

Googlemeister who likes bikes and scandal

Not only was Andrew Laming MP BULLYING women on Facebook, he Also STALKED ONE OF THEM.
An apology from that shitstain doesn't begin to be adequate for his criminal behaviour.
And goooone, stepping aside or kicked out?

 

Flow-Rider

Wheel size expert

ForkinGreat

Random Krishna
And goooone, stepping aside or kicked out?

I think the only therapy that might work for him would be prosecution and being sued, and some 'repeated heavy duty baseball bat to the head and groin' therapy. FFS, that cancerous rectal polyp gives cancerous rectal polyps a bad name.

I'm not even shocked or angry right now. I just want to know how much more bullshit, rape, bullying, stalking, embezzlement, rorting, lying to parliament etc will it actually take to get the LNP the fuck out of office, having a majority, whatever. Does #Scrotumo actually have to stab some people, to get the LNP kicked out???
 
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