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longfingernails Fri 06-Sep-13 18:36:23

Thankfully it looks like Abbott will thrash Rudd tomorrow.

Getting rid of Labor will be good for Australia, good for Britain (Abbott is a great Anglophile), and good for the conservative cause worldwide.

If only Rudd could lose his own constituency, that would really be the icing.

claig Fri 06-Sep-13 19:47:13

Yes, very pleased to see what looks like the Australian public emphatically throwing out the climate catastrophe doom-mongering socialists. Goodbye to the socialists, their spin and their green carbon taxes.

claig Fri 06-Sep-13 19:48:57

Expect Merkel to win the German elections and European people as a whole to oppose the climate con of socialists worldwide.

claig Fri 06-Sep-13 19:56:15

Fantastic news, the people are awake and are throwing off the socialists' chains and rejecting their phony claims. It will happen here too. The liars will be revealed, the truth cannot be concealed, Farage will demolish their lies and their bullshit barrage.

thestringcheesemassacre Fri 06-Sep-13 19:59:36

Oh yes Abbott is a real brainiac. Imagine all the clever things he will be able to say on the world stage.

claig Fri 06-Sep-13 20:00:21

"On Saturday, the bill for that bargain comes due. Voters have never stopped hating the tax and its effect on their electric bills. Longtime Labor Party supporters — even people who have helped cut pollution by installing solar panels at home — have flocked to the opposition.

“Whoever gets rid of it will get my vote,” said Mark Keene, a 54-year-old maintenance worker from Sydney who, for the first time in his life, won’t be voting for Labor."

The liars have had their way, now the people will have their say. It will be the same here.

longfingernails Sat 07-Sep-13 13:30:35

Bye bye KRudd.

moondog Mon 09-Sep-13 11:09:13

Isn't it excellent news? Kevin Rudd sounds like a great bloke.
Loving the way he does all that the utterly pathetic Cameron is far too craven to do.
Might make someone over here grow a pair for a change, although they're all as useless as each other/
I hear the next bout of Labour careerists are plotting their trajectories. Straw and Blair junior.
Who in the name of God votes for these numpties who have no experience of real life?
As they say, you get what you deserve.

claig Mon 09-Sep-13 13:46:01

Peceptive article by the Daily Mail's Melanie Phillips on the real conservative, Abbott, compared to our progressive conservatives like Cameron and Gove.

moondog Mon 09-Sep-13 13:56:00

Yes, I read that this morning.

moondog Mon 09-Sep-13 13:56:42

(Although Gove is a lion compared to Cameron's donkey.)

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