"Yet, despite this, Gillard supported a man who demeaned women (Peter Slipper), while attacking as a misogynist a man who did not - Tony Abbot."
That is one of the examples of what i was alluding to when i posted the following;
"she has relentlessly conducted a gender war attacking males whilst at the same time saying nothing, and even condoning certain individuals whose comments would be considered offensive by some women. But because they were on her side of politics everything was ok. Even instructed her party to support an independent MP even after it emerged that he had been using highly offensive words to describe women whilst at the same time attacking the leader of the opposition and claiming that he hates women despite the fact that he has ever said or done anything to give validity to her pathetic attacks against him"
There is a part of me that is annoyed by the constant stream of pathetic female voices mourning the loss of a vadge from the top job - the rest of me just laughs at how irrational and pointless the feminised left has become. It irritates me that women constantly accuse men of fighting a gender war at the same time that only women appear to vote for genitalia while men vote for a person.
I will not be sad to see the back of this women post election - our multi-billion dollar surplus has been turned into a multiple hundreds of billions of dollars of deficit by Labour in a mere 5 years, and, due to BS like the NBN and Gonski and Labour's incessant need to create more and more jobs for "public servants," the next two parliaments will be stuck with forking out billions for nothing.
Add to this, the growing inability of Australia to feed itself because of policies aimed at destroying our agricultural sector, and, it is time to say goodbye to Australia - our days are done. The only hope we have left is that the average punter on the street is also starting to work it out, and that they may decide that the three major parties (the libs, labs and, especially the Greens) are the cause of the problem, not the pathway to a solution.
Based on the past performance of the punters at election time, I am not overly hopeful though...