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lipsmackingkiss 06-26-2013 10:01 AM

Kevin Rudd is back!!! Yay so happy
 
Our country is on the mends

dunan 06-26-2013 10:11 AM

Till September.....

iduno 06-26-2013 11:04 AM

He might be only PM until August with a bit of luck.

rhirhi 06-26-2013 11:48 AM

I'm so sick of labor...they have done nothing but rack up debt. I'll be voting for liberals....at least they can handle the people's money correctly


“The Labor party may well change its leader, but it doesn't matter who leads the Labor party, it will still be much the same government with much the same policies.”

ozzy 06-26-2013 12:38 PM

I always liked rudd. Been out of australia for near 4 yrs now so dont know much about gillard only that no one likes her.lol

robboat 06-28-2013 05:43 AM

Replacing a failed leader with another failed leader.....doomed to failure..???

I am sad for Australia.....poor fellow, my country.

rhirhi 06-28-2013 06:28 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by robboat (Post 100869)
Replacing a failed leader with another failed leader.....doomed to failure..???

I am sad for Australia.....poor fellow, my country.

Hopefully we can get rid of labor at this election. I'll be praying.

kmarees1986 06-28-2013 06:49 AM

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Originally Posted by ozzy (Post 100460)
I always liked rudd. Been out of australia for near 4 yrs now so dont know much about gillard only that no one likes her.lol

I liked Rudd too. His stimulus package paid for my flight to London where I met my husband :)

rhirhi 06-28-2013 07:00 AM

Those 'stimulus' packages were the beginning of our now out of control debt. Survey's also showed no body spent them because they were too scared after the financial crisis so they never actually 'saved' Australia from going into recession.

It just frustrates me that people base their vote on the leader of a given party....you vote for the party itself and it's policies....not it's leader.....the leader cannot make the decisions for the country alone.

John howard spent 7 out of his 11 years in office paying off labors last debt and god know how long it would take to clean up their latest mess.

I don't like labor and there's no way i'll vote for them but at least now they are considering abolishing the carbon tax (despite going on about how good it was for the last three years) so at least if they do manage to get in we aren't completely sunk.

robboat 06-28-2013 07:05 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rhirhi (Post 100887)
Those 'stimulus' packages were the beginning of our now out of control debt. Survey's also showed no body spent them because they were too scared after the financial crisis so they never actually 'saved' Australia from going into recession.

It just frustrates me that people base their vote on the leader of a given party....you vote for the party itself and it's policies....not it's leader.....the leader cannot make the decisions for the country alone.

John howard spent 7 out of his 11 years in office paying off labors last debt and god know how long it would take to clean up their latest mess.

I don't like labor and there's no way i'll vote for them but at least now they want to abolish the carbon tax (despite going on about how good it was for the last three years) so at least if they do manage to get in we aren't completely sunk.

We missed out on a recession by just 0.02%......cost of $40b......:mad: :mad:

Paying it off for the next decade or more......:( :(


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