Abc reporter mark willacy attended last nights night’s debate with a tweet, calling it the “most ridiculous debate”. But as this post explains, the debate is actually the most ridiculous thing to ever happen to Australian politics, and there has been nothing remotely insane about it until now.
The day has not been kind to the Abbott-Bishop debate debate: The Abbott team have never shown much interest in debate and the Bishop campaign decided to throw a temper tantrum, by refusing to accept an invitation to appear at the debate, saying that the venue was a “tired old, old, old, old church” in the city. “A tired old, old church” is how the campaign described it, but it was also a church with old, worn clothes, and a number of바카라사이트 seats where the Bishop campaign could find some support. But what they didn’t want were people watching their event.
Tgospelhitzhe Bishop campaign has been trying all manner of tricks to get people to see the debate, and apparently there was no better way to try to get the Bishop team to do it than by offering them a press release and asking the Australian people to “support their campaign”. The campaign is known as “The Party That Can”, and since the campaign itself has not been public, we won’t go into it here, but suffice it to say, the Bishop campaign is now claiming that an invitation from the Abbott campaign to appear as a “debate participant” on this program was an offer for acceptance.
The Australian Conservatives have released a statement, saying, “We do not agree with the campaign’s suggestion, which we believe is in direct contradiction with the Australian Election Act and is not representative of our campaign’s approach.
“The Abbott-Bishop campaign have, for reasons that should be explained, been unwilling to take advantage of an invitation we have received to participate in an event at the Gold Coast venue. The fact the invitation was an offer to the campaign is entirely consistent with the campaign’s approach to political debate.
“While we appreciate the efforts of the campaign to reach out to our local members and supporters, as well as their media team, to assist with some logistical challenges, our focus was to get people of all ages and experience levels to attend. We have had some wonderful local members and supporters attend 우리카지노the debate.”
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