From: Hector on
Rudds a flop, Gillard's no better, Abbott is still seeking Costello, Brown
is as green as dead grass whilst Australia burns.


From: atec7 7 ""atec77" on
Hector wrote:
> Rudds a flop, Gillard's no better, Abbott is still seeking Costello, Brown
> is as green as dead grass whilst Australia burns.
>
>
http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2010/06/19/2931597.htm
the word is next week gilly takes over


I just don't know how I will stand another decade without labor being
in power and rooting something :)
From: John_H on
atec7 7 <""atec77\"@ hotmail.com"> wrote:
>
> the word is next week gilly takes over

Straight from the mouth of a taxi diver... or was it a horse? :)

Rudd is dead man walking (as was Turnbull after Grech) but my money's
on him staying there until after the election.

Same goes for Abbott! :)

--
John H
From: D Walford on
On 20/06/2010 5:23 PM, John_H wrote:
> atec7 7<""atec77\"@ hotmail.com"> wrote:
>>
>> the word is next week gilly takes over
>
> Straight from the mouth of a taxi diver... or was it a horse? :)
>
> Rudd is dead man walking (as was Turnbull after Grech) but my money's
> on him staying there until after the election.
>

I suspect you are correct but IMO Labour's chances at the election would
greatly increase if Gillard was the leader.


Daryl
From: atec7 7 ""atec77" on
Blue Heeler wrote:
> D Walford wrote:
>
>> I suspect you are correct but IMO Labour's chances at the election
>> would greatly increase if Gillard was the leader.
>>
>
>
> Whilst it must be admitted that Rudd is on the nose, the really, scary,
> scary thing is that people are seriously contemplating electing the Mad
> Monk.
>
Wake up to your self
self admitted clueless megalomaniac or


tony an unknown quantity who is learning very very fast