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Rumours (now that the MSM don’t seem as interested in them) See how many you get right.

See how many of the following you get right.

1. Steve Bracks’ replacement as Consul-General will be

a) Michael Kroger

b) Kevin Rudd

c) Clive Palmer

d) No-one, we need to save money

2. Peta Credlin received no conviction or fine for her drink driving charge because

a) She has a close relationship with the Prime Minister

b) The judge thought she was feisty

c) The judge decided that because of her position as Abbott’s Chief of Staff, she’d been punished enough already.

d) Everyone gets off drink driving charges as it’s not really a serious offence.

3. We haven’t heard about any recent boat arrivals because

a) No boats have arrived

b) The number of people arriving by boat is insignificant and not worthy of media coverage

c) The two journalists on the recent boat sought an injunction so that they’d have an exclusive

d) There have been more important events involving the Pies sacking Didak leaving little room for political coverage this week.

4. The Senate voting system will be reformed because

a) A number of Senators have been elected with an embarrassingly low number of votes

b) The Liberals have a mandate to reform it.

c) Both major parties agree that Nick Xenophon has a funny name and has to be stopped.

d) Rupert Murdoch thinks that it’s undemocratic to allow a handle of people to block what he wants.

5. The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse will be wound up early because

a) It’s just causing a lot of trauma for the victims

b) It’s just causing a lot of trauma for the Catholic Church

c) It’s a costly exercise that won’t make a profit

d) Andrew Bolt can’t think of anything to write about on the subject.

6. Labor is considering allowing changes to the Carbon Tax to pass the Senate because

a) They don’t want to risk facing a double dissolution

b) They want to punish the Greens

c) Abbott has a mandate

d) Christopher Pyne has a mandate

e) It’ll leave an even bigger hole in the Budget.


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