Friday, April 30, 2010

A rabbit out of his hat?

Rudd's abandoned all and every promise/policy he made/stole... There are advertisements on television by the ALP bagging Tony Abbott and Workchoices (this is what they used to fool the people last election, saying their jobs were in danger.... those who weren't concerned about the, um, "greatest moral threat to our generation"), so I suspect an election is looming very soon - 21 August would make him Rudd of the Thousand Days....

So, Wand wonders what Rudd's show stopper will be...

Any ideas what Rudd may have up his sleeve to pluck out and save the ALP from scary defeat?

Thanks Wand, you do have to suspect he has some show stopper lined up because he's such a dismal failure that the punters are sure to have seen through him.

I think it's his descent into ignominy* after Gillard becomes leader of the ALP...

Although he should already know what ignominy is, with his ego and personality disorder, I suspect he'll never know ignominy.

Thanks again, Wand.

5 comments:

prairiecat55kc said...

So, the US and Australia elected "leaders" with personality disorders that would be treated with medication and therapy if they were anything but (Leftist) Politicians?

Man...it's a wonder we've survived this long...

stackja1945 said...

Rudd goes to the UN and Red becomes PM.

wayne Job Broadford Victoria said...

To be governed by group thought, with people incapable of original thought, is a disaster,recycling marxist policies and Mao thought, what a nightmare.
I had previously believed that none on the left could better Whitlams record. I have been proven wrong.

Wand said...

Well we now know - its Robin Hood or should that be Robbing Hood: "Steal from the rich and give to the poor."

But it's Robbing Hood with a twist - it's steal now from the Rich and give to the poor for the world after work - a bit religious except that the promised land is still this land, that is if you live long enough. But will the voters buy it?

Who would trust these clowns (thieves) to keep their word? Look at the way governments of all persuasions have fiddled with superannuation over the years. They've taxed it and changed the amount that may be contributed. Once the pot got large enough they would either steal it or force the superannuation funds to invest in their projects. So who would trust them? Anyone? Come on, surely somebody would trust them, because I do not.

Mehaul said...

He has failed to milk the two cash cows in education and health with any efficiency. He can't go the populous route and enrol a rock star, that didn't work. Fear is the only trick left to play and he'll do it all the way to the poll. We can only hope that the MSM and Abbott and his team pull all the right strings at the right time.