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    Default Doyle to 'save' Australia-Russia relations

    Sometimes you read something so preposterous that it takes your breathe away. This is such a moment.

    Robert Doyle, that blustering fool that has somehow been promoted to the office of Lord Mayor of Melbourne, has tried to justify a $20k junket to St Petersburg by claiming that Australian-Russian relations will suffer if he doesn't go. This from a man who promised to stop junkets when he ran for office.

    He was a disaster when he ran for Premier of Victoria (and thank you god he was not elected).

    Concentrate on saving rate payers money and get a grip on your insignificance. Oh man does it makes my blood boil. Fools to the left of me fools to the right ... sums up politics these days.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushman View Post
    Concentrate on saving rate payers money and get a grip on your insignificance.
    Who is the happier man, he who has braved the storm of life and lived or he who has stayed securely on shore and merely existed? -Hunter S. Thompson

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