June 23, 2008 | Graham

Nats to wipe the floor with Libs



This looks like being inaugural at the same time as it is the ultimate, as in last. Courtesy of Facebook, Nats v Libs looks like the merger isn’t going anywhere.
Closer attention to detail reveals that it is actually a rugby union match between Libs and Nats (I prefer that order).
I don’t like the Libs’ chances. With the Nats drawcards being Tim Horan and Barnaby Joyce, and the Libs Mal Brough and Michael Johnson, there’s a sporting gerrymander going on here.

If you like this sort of thing, then you should probably go and see the match. In fact they are still looking for players. With an amalgamated party seeming more and more likely it will probably be the last, unless the new party’s constitution allows for grandfathering in this area as well, in which case they’ll probably stil be rolling Tim Horan out in 50 years time. Or wil the be great-grandfathering?



Posted by Graham at 9:26 am | Comments (2) |
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2 Comments

  1. Haha this would be like watching England play the all-blacks for me Graham – I’d be hoping for both teams to lose ;)

    Comment by Jason — June 23, 2008 @ 12:57 pm

  2. That’s great! Who says they’re not progressive?

    Comment by Steve — June 23, 2008 @ 2:25 pm

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