Does Julia Gillard Support An R18+ Rating For Games?

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    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
    Priceless, and quick work, too.

    That is simply fabulous! Would purchase day one. Great effort Brent.

    LOL! Love it. Topical, too.

    It depends, do the unions want it?

      "It depends, do the mining companies want it?"

      fixed.

        ahhhh, SNAP. How creative.

        Kevin Rudd: "Can I tax it?"

    Well played!

    Haha. This is about as far as gamers concerns in politics is going to get.

      Nice try, Stephen Conroy. We haven't forgotten about you.

    haha brilliant

    Hey Guys!

    I heard Red Head Redemption is on special at GAME if you trade in a copy of the following;

    Red to Rights
    Julia Cause 2
    ALP-ha Protocol
    Lost Party 2
    Gillard of War 3

      That's a good deal. And I have it on good authority that if you get Red Head Redemption now, you'll have the opportunity in a few months to do a direct swap for God of Workchoices 2 and Destroy All Human Refugees when they become available.

    This is a dark day for Australia - we're being ruled by a ranga! The ginger jackboot is upon our necks!

    Expect a flood of boatpeople fleeing FROM Australia - dark-haired ones headed for asia, the blondes going to northern europe, fleeing the oppression of the redheaded minority!

    i like

    its a nice attempt by the labor party but until internet censorship is dead and buried they don't get my vote regardless

      Fair enough. But bear in mind that if Tony Abbott gets in, not only will we still get the mandatory internet filter, but the content of the blacklist will likely be decided by the Australian Christian Lobby.

        I could live with that.
        Except that when government changes again, someone else will control it: once it's there we'll never be rid of it.

          firstly i'm probably voting for the greens (ill see how they preference first)
          and secondly if the internet filter is introduced I plan to seek employment overseas I refuse to live under tyranny

            I'm thinking NZ, Anyone know if they have similar problems or would it be a good move?

              If you vote for greens and they dont get enough votes, their votes go to ALP so either way you're voting for the red head.

                No, they don't. Each voter is free to allocate preferences however they wish.

    Julia FantaPants? The new cartoon creation?

      last i heard New Zealand is trying the same thing i might try Canada or the US

    An R rated game with Julia Gilliard? You sir have created a new dream for me... mmmm Sexy

      ...you, sir, are evil.
      Curse my graphic imagination!

    So glad that I was able to vote for my new PM...OH WAIT!

      @Jimu: Unless you live in their electorate, you've never voted for a prime minister. You have voted for their party, perhaps, through your local candidate.

      This BS about 'voted for Rudd' needs to stop. Only a couple of hundred thousand people got that chance.

        Hear, hear!

        The only Australians who have ever "voted for" a prime minister are members of the parliamentary lower house who belong to the majority party. Everyone else in the entire country votes for a local representative.

        Both Rudd and Abbott have been spreading lies absolute nonsense today. Gillard is as legitimate a prime minister as any in our history.

          Apart from the fact she's a ranga - they shouldn't even be allowed to vote! :P

          Even though you're technically correct, that people vote for a party rather than an individual, the ALP fairly blatantly ran their election campaign on the persona of Kevin Rudd ("Kevin07" ring any bells?).

          So yes, I would say it's fair to say that in that election, people voted for a prime minister rather than a party.

            It's also fair to say that lots of people are clueless about how the electoral process works...

        You know what's even funnier?

        I have never voted on anything...HEH.

    This country is headed for a disaster of biblical proportions. Real wrath of God type stuff. Socceroos out of the World Cup, The Prime Minster is a 'Ranga, NSW fails at State of Origin, Cats and Dogs living together. MASS HYSTERIA!!

      nah we're fine....unless the horses start eating each other, oh and GINGER PRIDE!

      Just dont cross the streams!

    anyone ontice the L in the corner instead of R for rockstar? i think the L is for Loser

      No, its for labour mate..

    Moar gaming politics plox!

    That Australians voted Kevin Rudd into office means absolutely nothing to the Labor Party. The Labor Party does not care a fig who you voted for, because it is they who are in power. That’s their thinking to keep jobs and grip on the gravy train.

    As much as I want the R18+ rating for games, I say bring on the election: I don't want political faction telling me who the hell is going to call the shots when I didn't vote for them.

    Will Julia Gillard’s re-elected Labor Party government fixed voters voices, pains and crying?

    The historical hung parliament demonstrated deep in voter’s heart a fixed must to carry on in vision and action immediately:

    Voters’ voices do not hear?
    Voters’ pains do not ease?
    Voters’ cries do not care?

    1. Poverty will not be phase out if no fairer resources to share;
    2. Illness will not be reducing if no preventive measurement in real action;
    3. Agriculture will not be revitalize if urbanization continuing its path;
    4. Housing affordability will not be reach for young generation if government continues cashing from young generation debt by eating out the whole cake of education export revenue without plough back;
    5. Manufacture industry will shrink smaller and smaller if no new elements there to power up to survive;
    6. Employability will not in the sustainable mode for so long as manufacture and agriculture not going to boost.

    Ma kee wai
    (Member of Inventor Association Queensland since 1993)

    What time bombs will rock Australia democratic society?

    The Australia historical hung parliament demonstrated the big gap of inequality society between the small educated elite groups who get highest pay by talk feast used mouth work controlling live essential resources of the country in every social platforms against the biggest less educated groups who get lowest pay by hands work squeezed by discriminative policies that sucking live blood from poor/less wealth off?

    Voters’ voices do not hear?
    Voters’ pains do not ease?
    Voters’ cries do not care?

    1. Poverty will not be phase out if no fairer resources to share;
    2. Illness will not be reducing if no preventive measurement in real action;
    3. Agriculture will not be revitalize if urbanization continuing its path;
    4. Housing affordability will not be reach for young generation if government continues cashing from young generation debt by eating out the whole cake of education export revenue without plough back;
    5. Manufacture industry will shrink smaller and smaller if no new elements there to power up to survive;
    6. Employability will not in the sustainable mode for so long as manufacture and agriculture not going to boost.

    Ma kee wai
    (Member of Inventor Association Queensland since 1993)

    What democratic societies should learn lessen from Australia election 2010:
    1. What creative vision of Gillard Labor government’s nation-building agenda without support to Australian Inventors?
    The Australia historical hung parliament demonstrated the big gap in 70 years of inequality society between the small educated elite groups who get highest pay by talk feast used mouth work controlling live essential resources of the country in every social platforms against the biggest less educated groups who get lowest pay by hands work squeezed by discriminative policies that sucking live blood from individual poor/less wealth off?

    Voters’ voices do not hear?
    Voters’ pains do not ease?
    Voters’ cries do not care?

    1. Poverty will not be phase out if no fairer resources to share;
    2. Illness will not be reducing if no preventive measurement in real action;
    3. Agriculture will not be revitalize if urbanization continuing its path;
    4. Housing affordability will not be reach for young generation if government continues cashing from young generation debt by eating out the whole cake of education export revenue without plough back;
    5. Manufacture industry will shrink smaller and smaller if no new elements there to power up to survive;
    6. Employability will not in the sustainable mode for so long as manufacture and agriculture not going to boost.

    Ma kee wai
    (Member of Inventor Association Queensland since 1993)

    What democratic societies should learn lessen from Australia election 2010:
    1. What productive action Gillard Labor government 5 billions to UN buys ousted PM Kevin Rudd’s face?
    Voter’s pains did not link to high income Politicians and Bureaucracy.
    The Australia historical hung parliament demonstrated the big gap of inequality society between the small educated elite groups who get highest pay by talk feast used mouth work controlling live essential resources of the country in every social platforms against the biggest less educated groups who get lowest pay by hands work squeezed by discriminative policies that sucking live blood from individual poor/less wealth off?

    Voters’ voices do not hear?
    Voters’ pains do not ease?
    Voters’ cries do not care?

    1. Poverty will not be phase out if no fairer resources to share;
    2. Illness will not be reducing if no preventive measurement in real action;
    3. Agriculture will not be revitalize if urbanization continuing its path;
    4. Housing affordability will not be reach for young generation if government continues cashing from young generation debt by eating out the whole cake of education export revenue without plough back;
    5. Manufacture industry will shrink smaller and smaller if no new elements there to power up to survive;
    6. Employability will not in the sustainable mode for so long as manufacture and agriculture not going to boost.

    Ma kee wai
    (Member of Inventor Association Queensland since 1993)

    What democratic societies should learn lessen from Australia election 2010:
    1. What productive action has PM Julia Gillard in office 100 days?
    Who behind of soaring rents ever stop that fuel city's poverty for so many years? Found the answer yourself now?
    The Australia historical hung parliament demonstrated the big gap of inequality society between the small educated elite groups who get highest pay by talk feast used mouth work controlling live essential resources of the country in every social platforms against the biggest less educated groups who get lowest pay by hands work squeezed by discriminative policies that sucking live blood from individual poor/less wealth off?
    Voters’ voices do not hear?
    Voters’ pains do not ease?
    Voters’ cries do not care?
    1. Poverty will not be phase out if no fairer resources to share;
    2. Illness will not be reducing if no preventive measurement in real action;
    3. Agriculture will not be revitalize if urbanization continuing its path;
    4. Housing affordability will not be reach for young generation if government continues cashing from young generation debt by eating out the whole cake of education export revenue without plough back;
    5. Manufacture industry will shrink smaller and smaller if no new elements there to power up to survive;
    6. Employability will not in the sustainable mode for so long as manufacture and agriculture not going to boost.
    Ma kee wai
    (Member of Inventor Association Queensland since 1993)

    Why believe coalition Supporting Local Communities?
    It’s all about power and money most Politicians and parties wanted above all and after all election?
    Just listen how Barry O'Farrell convincing voters: “Over the last four years I announced positive and practical policies which will help support local communities……..” .
    Take a look below the link subject: “Time for Action” in “Healthy Active Life” program that convert Broken hill into a Healthy Las Vergas Broken Hill economy? Link with http://www.streetcorner.com.au/news/showPost.cfm?bid=20747&mycomm=ES
    ... , will you then still believe Barry O'Farrell’s announced positive and practical policies which will help support local communities……..” ?
    Will you also believe there were only 1-2 Politicians responding to this greatest “Healthy Las Vergas Broken Hill economy model”?
    Why the most Politicians do fail their own test in support community health/economic development who with$1.65 million Tax payer’s money each annual spending for?
    Masealake (Member of Inventor Association QLD)

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