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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Same. All it has done is destablised the party further. I suspect Rudd didn't quite have the numbers, and he knew he couldn't lose again if he has any hope of taking the position over.
    Yep.

    JG looks and sounds very, very over it - it never ends for her. She has more gusto than people give her credit for.

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    Argh, what a let down! But it's not over yet. Patience, my pretties...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    Argh, what a let down! But it's not over yet. Patience, my pretties...
    Haha who is going to want to go out on a limb and 'draft' Kevin after he left them hanging like that?

    Shorten will be rubbing his hands together with glee.

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    She's a tough woman, I'll give her that. Anyone, male or female who has maintained their composure after all this is strong. But fair out, step down. Do what's best for the party and increases the likelihood of winning the next election and resign!! My DH showed me a poll in one of the papers today on the public preferred ALF leader. Gillard got 13%, Rudd got 55% I think Crean got 15%? She needs to listen to the public that elected her.

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    Awesome Julia !! She is a tough woman .. Very proud !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maybelline View Post
    Awesome Julia !! She is a tough woman .. Very proud !
    It's like a modern day witch hunt - but she knew it would be from the very start.

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    She does need to step down. She said in her media statement that she has and will continue to do what is best for the party, not herself but the party (paraphrasing).

    No she is not. If that were the case she would step down. Allow the party a chance at survival. As it stands people would rather vote for ANY opposing party than her. Staunch labour voters are considering voting liberal because of her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    She does need to step down. She said in her media statement that she has and will continue to do what is best for the party, not herself but the party (paraphrasing).

    No she is not. If that were the case she would step down. Allow the party a chance at survival. As it stands people would rather vote for ANY opposing party than her. Staunch labour voters are considering voting liberal because of her.
    Completely agree with every word bar the last sentence lol staunch labor voter here and hell will freeze over before I vote Lib...

    She is being selfish and putting her own ego ahead of what is best for the party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    As it stands people would rather vote for ANY opposing party than her. Staunch labour voters are considering voting liberal because of her.
    So you see it as a personal fail on her part. Not a party fail? Why so?

    PS just asking, not having a go!


 

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