|The Prime Minister flapping his arms in the theatre of the absurd|
Simply stunning.LEIGH SALES: Would you agree that that fall in your approval rating, because as I said, you've established that you are interested in polling, can only reflect that people have been disappointed in you?MALCOLM TURNBULL: Well, what I - I've noted the polling, Leigh, but I don't take any notice of it - truthfully. ... And I really am not - I'm not very interested at all in opinion polls. I'm focused on doing my job as Prime Minister. Other people can comment on polls.LEIGH SALES: But I think people watching this also want to know that you're listening to them and what those polls tell you is that there's something that you're doing which they don't like.MALCOLM TURNBULL: Well why don't you ask me a question about it?LEIGH SALES: Well I am asking you a question about it. What do you think - what do you think - what do you think has happened that you have lost that ginormous chunk of approval?MALCOLM TURNBULL: Leigh, I am not going to be drawn into that kind of introspection.
Unfortunately, his notional supporters aren't so eloquent. They aren't even his supporters. In fact, I can't remember an election campaign where so many voters who should be voting along LNP lines have it in for Turnbull.
Some simply believe that Turnbull is more lefty than the left and is conspiring to take down the Liberal Party as part of a Labour (sic)/Greens plot. I'm not even kidding. If this is discombobulated, I blame those whose comments I've captured for sending my mind afrizzle.
|"that being" is about the kindest description of Pauline Hanson I've seen|
|The NWO Big Bus is the public transport we deserve|
|Umm...Olivia is anti-logging...I guess?|
|Heart's in the right place, Angela, but I think Feeney's laboured enough|
|Well that escalated quickly|
|As they say, Lorraine, voters get the polititions they deserve|
Until next time. Assuming I'm sane.