Sunday, August 22, 2010

Election 2010: Australia's dumb-arses get the government they deserve

An uber-intelligent lefty accounts for the coalition resurgence:

Simple people requires simple messages and [Tony Abbott] is a master at delivering that. The implication is of course that the vast majority of Australians are simple folk who are more keen to own a Plasma TV than be a responsible citizen.

In reality the simpletons voted Greens.

Update: lawyer Irfan Yusuf is uncomfortable mingling with the uncouth:

I have my computer with me at McDonalds in Mackay city, taking advantage of their free internet connection. I'm surrounded by alien and ugly looking creatures with tattoos running up and down their arms. But I needn't worry about them reading what I type. It's likely they cannot read.

OK that's a little slack. 95% of them cannot read. And their English vocabulary is generally limited to words consisting of no more than four letters.

A large number of these people would have voted for the Liberal National Party (LNP). You have to wonder about people who would vote for a party whose name makes it sound more like a New Zealand soft drink than a serious political choice.

I'm told such people don't by any means represent the majority of people in this fine city. I won't be staying here long enough to find out if this is true.

Surely Irfan must know that those on society's bottom rungs are almost certain to vote Labor.


Anonymous Steve at the Pub said...

Mackay boasts Three McDonald's (more coming), though none actually in the "city" as such. It is likely that those who repulsed him so are holding down jobs (perhaps they are paid even more than he). They'd be contributing more to Australia than he.

And made of better stuff. Whatever their conversation, it would not have been about how offended they were to have a member of some weird religion, an overweight blow-in from the deep south occupying (bending?) a stool in their city. Nor would they have cared for whom he voted, nor sneered at the name of his chosen political party.

Side note: Mackay city's electorate was one of the first to throw out the ALP & vote LNP. Deal with that fatso!

6:49 AM  
Anonymous J.M. Heinrichs said...

Apparently, their Google-fu has proven inadequate:
The people have spoken, the bastards."


7:46 AM  
Anonymous Dan Lewis said...

No Muslim should be sneering about anyone's reading ability, noting that the global Muslim population has the highest illiteracy rates in the world. That's a fact, as opposed to Irfan's arrogant conjecture about some random McDonalds customers.

In other news, McDonalds Mackay revenue projections went up 40 percent overnight.

12:08 PM  
Anonymous ar said...

"alien and ugly looking creatures"

Does this guy own a mirror?

12:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dan Lewis' bigoted filth is still getting a free airing here? Disgraceful.

6:40 PM  

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