Good to see Andrew Bartlett highlighting his blog in his campaign literature!
The true online Senator, not like these Johnny-come-lately Senator On-Line folk.
I have a lot of respect for Andrew. Back when I was a Democrat, he was the leader on the last occasion I stood for a lower house seat. I found him to be softly spoken, and I got the impression that he didn’t really like new people, ie. me (but maybe it was just an off day), nonetheless I hold him and Andrew Murray in the highest regard as politicians of the truly representative order. It’s a shame that he may not make the cut this year, and he has fared particularly badly in preference deals, as have Democrats pretty much everywhere.
It makes me very angry that a lightweight like Steve Fielding can harvest preferences so he can sit on his hands and blather about ridiculous populist issues (petrol), whilst simultaneously giving Christians everywhere a bad name through his bigotry, but someone like Andrew is given little to no assistance whatsoever, even from parties who have similar values.
More power to him.
Having said that, if he polls 5.5percent he can make it, according to my friend Polly, particularly if Pauline’s vote retreats on previous years.
Well, speaking of blogs, has anyone noticed that Bilbo over at Poll Bludger http://www.pollbludger.com/ has an amazingly regular HUGE number of responses?
Most recent post is 929 comments and counting. I’m rendered absolutely speechle…
No response. You’re joking. LPIE really, really sucks.
Harsh; although it’s definitely not purple enough. 1099 and still counting and I see they’ve moved on to Green and Leibovic’s 7.30 spot. Must be the excitement of the WA numbers.
More luridophiles! The free templates are distinctly lacking in purplosity that is bundled with legible fonts and displaying multiple authors.
Once LP-major is properly migrated to its new home over the weekend then you can enpurple yourselves to your hearts’ content.
Hey, but the prose can still be purple.
We aim to please!
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