4 June 2013

Katter's crew have a country music singer now

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Senate Candidate for the ACT Steven Bailey sent out a press release welcoming country music singer James Blundell to the Katter camp.

I think Steven is a little over excited about this:

‘I think this choice demonstrates that there is more to Katter’s Australian Party than meets the eyes of those who lack imagination and the ability to analyse; who are too self-righteous to question themselves; or who are too lazy to change the political statuesque in our country.’

‘I say of Katter’s Australian Party that as this train begins to move, the dust will begin to fall to the ground. We have very serious work to do for the Australian people, but we, Katter’s Australian Party, will do it with a song in our hearts.’

‘As an endorsed candidate I welcome Blundell and extend to him a hand of comradeship for what will be the roughest ride into town yet!’

As James joins Bob and Steven on their rough ride into town perhaps he will play them a song.


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StevenBailey said :

It’s supposed to read status quo you cheeky bastards! 🙂

So are we supposed to read all your policies with our minds on what you might have meant to say, rather than what you did?

A bit like Pictionary, but with the pictures drawn by an intellectually disadvantaged marmoset?

StevenBailey10:50 am 09 Jun 13

It’s supposed to read status quo you cheeky bastards! 🙂

If the hat fits, wear it…

“Status quo” would be my guess at the intended wording.

Isn’t James Blundell the guy who wrote that song about how terrible it must be to live in a city?

Statuesque looks a lot like autocorrect – here’s hoping at least

HiddenDragon2:05 pm 04 Jun 13

If this trend continues, they could change the name to the Hat Act Australia Party.

‘political statuesque’…..I had no idea that statuesque was a noun.

I have visions of a queue of political statues.

Maybe something like the weeping angels!

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