You’d think Ann Coulter would actually prefer a game that was originally played with the severed heads of your enemies (that’s why you don’t put your hands on the ball) to a bunch of wussy boys running around in padding and helmets.
Yes, the cat video is awesome - no two ways about it - but please don’t blame the dog.
The story mentions that the dog has a dislike a children and bicycles. Dogs don’t choose to hate things for no reason. He must have had a traumatic experience. Blame his people for letting him out unattended, but don’t blame the dog.
You can’t just take an American political meme, change a couple of names but not the numbers, and repost it to an Australian audience claiming that the principle is the same. That’s just as unprincipled as you claim the politicians are.
If it means that much to you, do the research and make a genuinely local version based on the same premise. It wouldn’t be too hard to find out what the actual figures are for Australia, and while you’re at it, you might learn that we don’t call them majority and minority leaders. Mind you, if you did do the research, it might turn out that the numbers don’t support your point as much as the numbers that just seemed about right.
By the way, the American figures are bullshit too.
If the media doesn’t rip Turnbull for “neoconrovianism,” the way they did Keating for “recalcitrant,” Beazley for “boondoggle,” and Rudd for “programmatic specificity,” then we will know something is up.