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Zed Seselja, working class man, nay hero.

By johnboy - 26 October 2011 6

Step into any working man’s watering hole and ask the horny handed sons of toil who their hero is.

Warnie?
Charlie Sheen?
Darren Lockyer?

According to CityNews it would be Liberal Leader Zed Seselja!

Look at the photo! No tie with his shirt and blazer! He may as well be wearing concrete splattered high viz!

Meanwhile Katy Gallagher dons fancy hats and consorts with royalty.

(The pity is that Zed’s speech appears to have make some pretty reasonably points)

jimmy barnes

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6 Responses to
Zed Seselja, working class man, nay hero.
Bosworth 3:58 pm 27 Oct 11

2604 said :

Solidarity said :

Well… they did try to ban the sale of puppies… and that isn’t a hallmark of free society…

+1

The Greens have no interest in a free society. They want a society where people are coerced by government control into living their lives according to far left wing ideals.

I am extremely concerned about the Greens homosexual agenda, and their policy to introduce compulsory anal sex.

zippyzippy 10:18 pm 26 Oct 11

Classified said :

Solidarity said :

Well… they did try to ban the sale of puppies… and that isn’t a hallmark of free society…

Exactly – for once a politician gets it right.

Explain how they tried to ban the sale of puppies.

2604 8:34 pm 26 Oct 11

Solidarity said :

Well… they did try to ban the sale of puppies… and that isn’t a hallmark of free society…

+1

The Greens have no interest in a free society. They want a society where people are coerced by government control into living their lives according to far left wing ideals.

Classified 7:16 pm 26 Oct 11

Solidarity said :

Well… they did try to ban the sale of puppies… and that isn’t a hallmark of free society…

Exactly – for once a politician gets it right.

Solidarity 4:24 pm 26 Oct 11

Well… they did try to ban the sale of puppies… and that isn’t a hallmark of free society…

poetix 4:05 pm 26 Oct 11

He uses the word value (or values) eleven times in this speech. Top work. I particularly liked: ‘…the Greens even tried banning the sale of puppies, this is not the hallmark of a free society…’

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