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let me first say that despite being from a liberal orientated background i am not at all angered or bitter towards rob oakeshott or tony windsor for their decision to support a labor government. i am, however, disgusted by their egotistical, self-gratifying desire to hog as much lime-light as possible in the process of doing so. if anyone else was patient enough to sit through the press conference (egocentric wank-fest) this afternoon, then you would’ve realised just why the process of forming government has taken an extra three weeks. these conceited prats made the decision all about their obnoxious selves, rather than the actual choice being made. it has been about nothing more than them looking out for their own interests and enjoying their fifteen minutes of fame.

rob, nobody gives a fuck about your seven-step template for decision making or your twenty minute self-indulgent drawn out verbal diarrhea, regarding your family and the community’s division on the matter. that being said, i am very pleased that we do not have to return to the polling booth for a second time and that our nation finally has a decision. the way in which it was carried-out was simply despicable though.

“the difference between a democracy and a dictatorship is that in a democracy you vote first and take orders later; in a dictatorship, you don’t have to waste your time voting.” – charles bukowski (twentieth century german american poet/novelist)

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