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mavisbramston
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Dan Andrews must be praised.
Even the brilliant Dr Faucci has praised Victoria!
I watch Dan Andrews confront the hostile media each day and does a gutsy brilliant job. It is rare to see
a politician do the right thing and not the popular thing.
Sky news and the amurdoch creeps SHAME !

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I am a huge admirer too. He is clearly a man of principle and not one of expediency.
A rare bird in today's political climate.

I don't often watch QT live but I did happen to catch the disgraceful performance recently when Albanese offered congratulations to Victorians for beating down the virus and for making the sacrifices necessary to do it. He carefully did not mention Andrews but that did not stop the PM and Treasurer from ranting about the Victorian Premier. It was the most churlish thing I have seen since this pandemic took hold.

Josh, in particular, needs to get out more and listen to the Melburnians. Dan Andrews has more support from the public than Liberals in their leafy green suburbs can possibly imagine.
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Warrigal once again you say it so brilliantly.

Thank you. :text-thankyou:

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I watched some of the protest against the lock down. Only about 300 protesters, though some of them violent. Why they are protesting now I do not know, as the lock down is all but over. There was such a small number the police were easily able to surround them. That prevented the most violent from running off to start trouble elsewhere!
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They ALL looked so feral. I do not normally comment like his bt thy look like people from the back woods in DELIVERANCE.

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Three weeks without a single community transmission. I'm sure the federal government and the Victorian opposition are rushing at this very moment to congratulate Dan on this achievement.

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:roflmao:


Nah, to busy googling 'do koalas spread corona?'

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