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    On Wednesday, a jury found Hanson, 49, guilty of dishonestly
    registering a political party and dishonestly obtaining almost
    $500,000 in electoral funding for the 1998 Queensland election.

    Political parties are required to have 500 members to be eligible for
    registration in Queensland. Hanson and her One Nation colleague David
    Ettridge - also jailed for three years - were charged under the
    state's Crimes Act for lying about their membership and, so, being
    ineligible for the electoral funding.

    The Judge seems to believe that Hanson deviously tried to deceive the
    voting public, by arranging to get "Pauline Hansons One Nation"
    written on voting papers next to the names of people who supported her
    policies. Most people would find this clarifying rather than
    misleading, but many judges seem to enjoy demonstrating their
    remarkable ability to twist the truth into incomprehensible
    conclusions.

    copied By Mark Riley, Political Correspondent and Philip Cornford
    August 23, 2003 Sydney Morning Herald

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    Pauline Hanson


    Well done, Australian Judge!


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    • #3
      Pauline Hanson

      On a sad note though, top leaders consider the sentence "too harsh".

      N'Gokit


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      • #4
        Pauline Hanson

        Sad?

        "N'gokit >" <<email> wrote in message
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        On a sad note though, top leaders consider the sentence "too harsh". N'Gokit

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          Pauline Hanson


          "N'gokit >" <<email> wrote in message
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          On a sad note though, top leaders consider the sentence "too harsh".
          Make that the majority of the general public. Not just the "Top Leaders"

          N'Gokit

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          • #6
            Pauline Hanson


            pauline hansons policys might not be agreeable to everyone but she does
            make a lot of sense, look at the state the U.K is in...enough said.


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              Pauline Hanson

              agreed
              "welshboybilly" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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              pauline hansons policys might not be agreeable to everyone but she does make a lot of sense, look at the state the U.K is in...enough said. -- Posted via http://britishexpats.com

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              • #8
                Pauline Hanson

                Make a lot of sense? Like asking the government to print more money to fix
                the sliding Australian Dollar?

                *Scratch Head*

                Eileen

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                "welshboybilly" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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                pauline hansons policys might not be agreeable to everyone but she does make a lot of sense, look at the state the U.K is in...enough said. -- Posted via http://britishexpats.com

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                • #9
                  Pauline Hanson


                  "welshboybilly" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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                  pauline hansons policys might not be agreeable to everyone but she does make a lot of sense, look at the state the U.K is in...enough said.
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                  Welshboybilly,

                  Some of us might still be young, but can you remind us of Pauline's most
                  controversial policies?
                  Quite frankly, I have lived in Pauline's neighbourhood both before an after
                  she became a star. I am yet to know whether she 'really meant' what she said
                  then or it was mere inexperience in the political arena.

                  About the UK, I have no comments, again, perhaps you might want to enlighten
                  us with what you mean by 'state'.

                  N'Gokit


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                  • #10
                    Pauline Hanson


                    Pauline is loved by the vast majority of True Blue Anglo Aussies!

                    Period!



                    Make no mistake even the major Political Parties are falling over
                    themselves to take up her policies right now even as we speak!!



                    Here is another one that will grant her an instant pardon and elevation
                    to saint hood: -



                    Line up all scumbag, blood sucking, pommie backpackers that come to this
                    country and who's only intent is to take more out of the place than
                    contribute and shoot the *******s!!


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