Why no election called yet?

So why, oh why, has the turd-who-cannot-be-flushed not called the election yet?

I’ll hazard a guess at the answer:

He’s spending about $5 million a week of OUR money on advertising.

While he’s spending OUR money on advertising workplace IR laws being OK, better super, tough on drugs, blah blah blah, he can claim that it is all legitimate because it’s about government programs.

The moment he calls the election, the Liberal Party will have to pay for anything the remotely smells of advertising the policies or benefits of the party, and the libs are skint.

So, he holds on, spending OUR money at the rate of about a million bucks per working day, in the vain hope that some of the message will stick.

Well, John, I hope the public are not so gullible.

Sooner or later you’ll get flushed! All turds go, sooner or later. Some just need more work than others.

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Comment by archie FCD | October 9th, 2007 10:18 pm | Permalink

Our illustrious and omnipotent leader is like a toilet bowl that hasn’t been invented yet – The shit just don’t ever seem to stick. Unfortunate really, this is one bowl I would not like to see clean.

(Damn you for introducing a toilet metaphor! Yrrck!)

Comment by Davey | October 11th, 2007 1:22 am | Permalink

Yeah, I agree, this is completely ridiculous. I heard Kev talking with Kerry on the ABC the other day. His professed idea: fixed 4-year terms and for the 30 days before the end of term all advertising has to be approved by both parties to avoid the incumbent government doing advertising dressed up as “community announcements”. If he actually follows through with it, that would be brilliant.

Comment by DunePrincess | October 12th, 2007 11:35 am | Permalink

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