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Do you support the coalition?

I don't intend that this be filled with daily news items but feel free to put things in here that you think will interest us, or generate discussion.

Do you support the coalition government

Yes
1
13%
No
7
88%
 
Total votes: 8

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Postby green1 » Mon Dec 08, 2008 2:14 pm

I thought I saw that it was close to 3000 on saturday
hard to say, crowd estimates are very difficult once you get over about 100-200, the news story I read quoted the police as estimating 2000, but who knows for sure.



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Postby green1 » Mon Dec 08, 2008 2:30 pm

Any news items on that? I would like to see it.
I can't find the original article I read quoting 75 in the "pro" rally, however here are some about each rally:

Here's an anti-coalition piece: "about 2000"
Another one: "estimated 3000"

Here's a pro-coalition piece: "over 100"
Another one: "about 100"
One from before the pro-coalition rally: "at least 95 expected"



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Postby NC » Mon Dec 08, 2008 2:59 pm

I stand indebted.


Find - Desiderata - read it

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Postby alec » Mon Dec 08, 2008 6:48 pm

Either way the message is clear. :D


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Postby Admin1 » Tue Dec 09, 2008 6:28 pm

Any news items on that? I would like to see it.
I can't find the original article I read quoting 75 in the "pro" rally, however here are some about each rally:

Here's an anti-coalition piece: "about 2000"
Another one: "estimated 3000"

Here's a pro-coalition piece: "over 100"
Another one: "about 100"
One from before the pro-coalition rally: "at least 95 expected"
Bah hahahahahahahahahaha (Catches breath) hahahahahahahahahaha that is so funny. We need a vote for sure. They will lose for sure.



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Postby alec » Tue Dec 09, 2008 9:02 pm

Q1 of 2009 is going to be very very interesting on the federal political front..... :shock:


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