Kevenge! Julia is a PITA
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23-02-2012 11:30 #31-
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23-02-2012 11:38 #32-
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RUDD!! ....if i HAD to choose. if i had the choice i would pick abbott. i HATE the labour party.
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23-02-2012 11:42 #33
I guess Rudd.
I wish the GG would just do a double dissolution and let us start over, because I truly don't want any of them!
23-02-2012 11:45 #34
Kevin Rudd =)
23-02-2012 11:52 #35
Gosh what a hard choice! Both terrible! I dont like the games rudd is playing, i think he is a slimy little worm and being very manipulative. Playing the underdog/victim card way too.well.
I think id have to go against the grain and say id vote julia... I think she has done as good as anyone could in the current political climate.
Either way i will vote labour as long as abbott is the opposition leader.
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23-02-2012 12:21 #36
Really annoyed with both of them for the disunity. Selfish gain that puts us in danger of Tony getting in the hot seat, that just can't happen!
If I have to I choose Kevin.
23-02-2012 12:27 #37-
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23-02-2012 12:43 #38Bubhub Ambassador - tongue in cheek
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Rudd here too.
I'm not surprised he's playing the underdog card.
If I was booted of the throne by my 'right hand man/men/women', and backed away gracefully, then regained a some what important position, only to have them attempt to sabotage me again (all speculation of course - I'd be thinking the underdog card would be the only card that might get 'them' back/bad publicity.
And if things happened the way he said they did, then I'm THRILLED a politician FINALLY spoke out and named names.
It's hot topic in the media ATM because all 'sources' are saying that Juilea would still win if there was a vote between the two, I was just wondering how others felt.
23-02-2012 18:09 #39
Though I plan to stick with the Greens again next time, I'd be much more inclined to vote Labor with Rudd in power still/again than Gillard. I'd still vote for either over Tony Abbott/Coalition if I had to though.
I think I will be furious if we have a sexist bigot running our country.
23-02-2012 18:20 #40
I just hate the thought of her representing us internationally.
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