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 Government.”’
Read the article for yourself here.
Rudd and his shadow ministry are fakes. They are telling you what you want to hear because they want your vote. In areas where they’re clueless (such as the economy) their photocopiers have been working overtime on their “Echo-nomic”, Me-Too policies.
But when you really put them under the miroscope, Garrett’s comments say it all: “We’re just pulling your leg now. It will all change once we get elected”.
It’s par for the course, isn’t it? Check out what Garrett used to say on American military bases in Australia, or on the Tasmanian Pulp Mill. Now check out what he’s saying now. He (like most of the Labor front bench) has more positions on this stuff than the Kama Sutra.
Their lips are moving, but I can’t hear anything meaningful coming out of their mouths.
You may not agree with everything he says, but at least when John Howard say’s he’s going to do something, he does it. He’s the real deal.
Rudd is just a fake.