On a recent flight from Port Moresby, Prime Minister Rudd didn’t get the meail that he wanted, so he abused the flight attendant, who was reduced to tears.
Here’s his pathetic apology:
“I had a discussion with I think one of the attendants about the provision of food,” he said.
“It didn’t last
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It seems to happen with regular monotony – a Labor government gets elected, and we end up with Debt, Deficits, Unemployment and Big-Government.
No one disputes the need for governments to invest in infrastructure – especially in times of financial turmoil.
But Rudd and Swan are prooposing to
Continue reading Kevin Rudd & Gough Whitlam. Doing the Deficit Two-Step.
Credit where credit is due.
I’ve been critical of PM Kevin Rudd before, but I admire his courageous stance in Beijing today.http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2008/04/09/2212108.htm
It took guts to go to China, and in his first speech there, to say loud and clear that Australia is concerned about Human rights violations in Tibet.
Hopefully Chinese Premier Wen
Continue reading A Man of Steel after all
Our little mouseketeer of PM shows that he’s well and truly behind big kahuna, George W Bush.
Holt may have been “All the way with LBJ”, but Kevvie is definatley “At the decree of GWB”.
Definately not the sort of behaviour you’d expect from a supposed “Man of Steel”.
Continue reading Dubya’s Man in Australia
While I’m disappointed with the outcome of the Federal Election, I sincerely hope the new Labor Government has success in improving the quality of life for Australians over the next three years.
I’m so glad to live in Australia! There are not many places in the world where you can have a change of goverment
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Noel Pearson tells it like it is. He’s a fearless advocate for his people.
I totally agree with his assessment of Kevin Dudd’s duplicity.
Says Pearson: “This has obviously been a complete charade, and for those people who think that ‘well, let’s give Labor the move to perhaps run with this agenda
Continue reading Pearson on: Rudd: "Understand the heartless snake here"
Say it once, and you could be excused for thinking it was just a gaffe by an inexperienced wannabe.
Say it twice, and you remove all doubt.
Now Charles Wooley has heard Garrett saying the same thing: “Peter Garrett agreed, he intimated that ‘What we say in Opposition might not be what happens in
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Kevin Rudd and the “me-too” conga-line that is the ALP haven’t got a clue about economic management.
That’s why when it comes to the hard stuff, like tax policy, economic management, and national develoopment, they’re trying to play it safe by copying the Coalition.
Chameleons might be exciting to look at, but they do
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By Sinclair Davidson And Alex Robson
Wall Street Journal Asia – 23 October 2007
It looks like Australia may have lost its nerve for economic liberalism. In Sunday’s nationally televised debate, Prime Minister John Howard touted his vision: a “new society” based on entrepreneurialism and individualism. Opposition leader Kevin Rudd a self-proclaimed
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