Monday, March 12, 2012

Stone the flamin' crows, mate.

In the two years that have passed since we last heard of Bob "I'll  give you 10 back" Katter much has happened to  Queensland's favourite sun. He has formed hizown party and you'll be surprised to hear that it's called "The Australia Party". I know, easy to remember, right.
Now a good solid blokes party needs good solid, blokey advertisements and Bob's hit on a winner. The other party is a bunch of Homos!!  Bob's Partay of Australiay has an
advertising campaign attacking Liberal National Party leader Campbell Newman for his pro same-sex marriage stance .
The ad has upset James Packer who is the son of Kerry Packer who was the son of a gun who was Australia's richest bloke for the 80's and much of the 90's. Then he died.
The article has a long list of Aussies hopping into Bobbit over his perfectly reasonable insinuation that "Gay boys will kill us and eat our babies if you vote for the other Mr. Girly Pants."
But the last quote from one of the Australia party's own candidates is classic Australian.
Katter party candidate for Barron River Shane Knuth said...

''We've so far risen above all this hideousness, and to be passed the nappy two weeks before an election is disappointing.''
Nappy= diaper



5 comments:

Substance McGravitas said...

Incumbent KAP member for Dalrymple, Shane Knuth said he supported the party’s tough stance on marriage, but did not condone the ad.

Oh Shane.

And hey, the newspaper seems to call it Katter’s Australian Party, which needs "Mix" at the end.

wiley said...

Being passed the nappy?

Smut Clyde said...

The Australian vernacular is a living, vibrant idiom, wiley.
Speaking of things that are living and vibrant, I'm fairly sure it's someone else's turn to clean the fridge in the smoko room.

Another Kiwi said...

I left some plums in there, what's the problem?

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

"Gay boys will kill us and eat our babies if you vote for the other Mr. Girly Pants."

They originally went with "Gay boys will steal your women", but that didn't poll well.