A w e s o m e.
The Nationals finally have their answer to Labor’s Peter Garrett:
You may remember Angry from such political campaigns as 2010’s “If you’re thinking of voting for the Greens, listen to Angry Anderson” and ‘Knives are bad, mmmkay?’
Angry Anderson joins National Party
October 2, 2011
Rose Tattoo frontman turned anti-carbon tax campaigner, Angry Anderson, has joined the National Party and says he is interested in standing for a seat at the next federal election.
The 64-year-old from Sydney’s northern beaches says he would be prepared to move to the country if necessary…
As well as destroying Collingwood’s confidence before the match, Meatloaf’s stunning performance at yesterday’s Grand Final naturally brought to mind Angry’s legendary 1991 exploit:
Whether or not Angry remains angry at becoming a figure of fun courtesy of his glorious performance 20 years ago is an open question, but there are certainly far moar important ones to consider, such as:
Do we really think that this present government are about the people, for the people, of the people? [D]o we really believe that this push for a TAX on [c]arbon pollution is about anything but raising more revenue for the government and the United [N]ations […] in league with the [i]nternational banks using the “New [W]orld [O]rder” as [a] blueprint for the [g]lobalization of the now free world?
Yes and no. Or should that be no and yes?
It’s a warrior’s destiny to contest a seat in rural NSW from Sydney’s northern beaches on behalf of the Nationals, I guess.