Clive Palmer says Bill Shorten should be concentrating on policies rather than criticising individuals, following the Labor leader’s attack over text messages.
“Rather than personal attacks, Mr Shorten should be addressing policy issues, that’s what Australia is devoid of,’’ Mr Palmer said.
“The United Australia Party’s text messages are all policy-based unlike the misleading ones sent out by the Labor party before the last election saying that Medicare would be privatised if they voted Liberal.
“We live in a democracy, not the bureaucracy that Bill Shorten and his union mates have created.
“Is this an insight into what Bill Shorten would be like as Prime Minister?’’ Mr Palmer said.
Palmer goes next level with launch of world-first political game app
Game on! Clive Palmer has gotten the jump on his political rivals with the launch of a world-first mobile game app.
Collect Tim Tams with Clive as he clashes with the Canberra elite in the light hearted, retro-style arcade game featuring the likes of Scott Morrison, Bill Shorten, Richard Di Natale and many more.
Called Clive Palmer: Humble Meme Merchant, the free app was developed by Australian company Emu War Games to take a friendly jab at mainstream politics.
“I love my memes and this takes it to the next level,’’ said Mr Palmer, Federal Leader of the United Australia Party which is contesting all 151 lower house seats and all Senate positions in the upcoming election.
“It is the season of giving, so I am offering this game to all young people and the young at heart free of charge,’’ Mr Palmer said.
Creative and Strategic Director of Emu War Games, Tom West, said Clive Palmer: Humble Meme Merchant was several months in the making.
“Mobile gaming is a rapidly growing segment of the mobile economy in Australia and we believe this app represents a world-first political communication strategy,’’ Mr West said.
“The idea came after seeing how many millennial voters had been left disenfranchised by the low standard of political leadership in Australia.
“Mobile was the perfect platform to reach these voters and refocus some of their attention to the political landscape,’’ he said.
“The intention of the game was be a light hearted jab at mainstream politicians, while showing that candidates like Clive Palmer are a viable alternative to the two major parties.
“We wanted to show that Clive’s policies represent are logical step forward for Australia,’’ he said.
Clive Palmer: Humble Meme Merchant can be downloaded for free at the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
Morrison’s missing right foot is in his mouth: Palmer
Clive Palmer says he has solved the mystery of Scott Morrison’s missing right foot in the PM’s embarrassing Photoshop scandal.
“It’s in his mouth,’’ Mr Palmer said.
“This is a serious matter for people as they will be concerned of a foot-and-mouth outbreak.
“Unfortunately we know what happens when animals get foot-and-mouth disease, they are put down.
“I’m sure this is what will happen to Scott Morrison in the upcoming election,’’ Mr Palmer said.
Scott Morrison’s “shoegate” controversy shows a pair of white sneakers poorly edited over his original pair and making him appear like he has two left feet in a family portrait.
Palmer confirms rumours about game app
Clive Palmer has today confirmed rumours that a game app about Australia’s political landscape featuring himself and other politicians was in its finals stages of development.
“A game developed about Australian politics is nearly complete and will be released later this month,’’ Mr Palmer said.
The federal leader of the United Australia Party said the app would feature various political figures including Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten.
“It will show the shortcomings of Australian politicians and that people are capable of making changes,’’ Mr Palmer said.
The app has been developed by an Australian company.
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