May 25, 2013

Abbott 'prays every day' for election victory

As do quite a number of other Christians, along with a goodly number of non-Christians, atheists, agnostics, Labradors, gum trees, sandy beaches, new born babies and people who've run out of data on their smartphone so can't play any games on the train home from work, so have nothing better to contemplate than Tony Abbott's deliverance to The Lodge.

Many a prayer daily going up, begging for a new Prime Minister.  Anyone will do.  Anyone at all.

Thy will be done.

10 comments:

  1. Ha ha ha ha ha ha! Love it!

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  2. Anonymous9:36 PM

    The only problem with Tony Abbott moving into The Lodge is Tony Abbott.

    j

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  3. And the only problem with a coalition government taking over is the coalition parties.

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  4. Seriously she is not that bad.

    I've just spoken to the neighbour's beagle who has the run of the building seeing I own the rest of it and I value his opinion. He's got no opinion whatsoever on the Prime Minister that I could detect. Just somewhat distant vaguely inquisitive eyes with a certain "surely you must know by now" slightly Buddhist attitude to Australian politics.

    Mind you he is getting old. Over eighty now in dog years. It seems just like yesterday he was a pup.

    Anyway I have to record that the elderly beagle demographic is firmly undecided on the Gillard/PM matter. Almost in the don't give a fuck block.

    So things are not that bad.

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  5. That should be the neighbours' beagle. Or maybe beagle's neighbours. It's certainly the beagle's building.

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  6. Sounds like you should start taking bets, Geoffff, based on the neighbours' beagle's predictive thoughts on election outcomes. If an octopus can do it, so can a beagle.

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  7. He has predicted every result correctly since Howard won a swing against Beasley in the Tampa Children Overboard election of 2001 a feat made more remarkable by the fact he was only three months old.

    But right now he could not give a stuff. I just saw him in the foyer under the seating. Yep. Never seen such apathy. Usually he's on the furniture.

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  8. Meanwhile, the rest of us wish we were beagles, hiding under the furniture, and could therefore avoid voting on 14 September.

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  9. Anonymous8:22 PM

    Would Beagle like to be our next PM?

    Got my votes.



    j

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  10. Good idea.

    I'd vote for the Beagle.

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