A state of sweet confusion

How can we improve the prognosis for our maturing Australians? Suggestions, ideas, proposals for better social and health issues, including retirement accommodation, etc.

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Re: A state of sweet confusion

Post by Dreamweaver » 03 May 2016, 20:49

I'm certainly voting Green.
If I didn't, I'd go for one of the new small parties that don't have a hope,
like the Sustainable Population Party, or the Save the Planet Party.
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Re: A state of sweet confusion

Post by grandduke » 03 May 2016, 21:08

Being a socialist come communist come bolshevik i’ll
vote labor and below the line on the ballot paper to
put the liberals stock last. :wqoohoo :wqoohoo
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Re: A state of sweet confusion

Post by kfchugo » 04 May 2016, 08:25

For any sensible, thinking adult, it is becoming increasingly difficult to avoid cynicism and have confidence in any political party. Even should there be good honest politicians, they are merely repeating the lies that have been told to them. I think there is a growing number (myself included) who have grown disenchanted with the major parties and may well vote for smaller parties or independents as an alternative.

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