Thursday, August 05, 2010

Rudd as lame as ever (Update: Super-Rudd to the rescue)

The former Prime Minister is in negative campaigning mode:

I honestly do not believe that [Tony Abbott] is up to the job of being prime minister of Australia.

Rudd's opinion on who should be Prime Minister is irrelevant; he thought he was up to the job but wasn't.

Update: Rudd's colossal ego was on display today when he announced he would save the day for Labor by joining the campaign. During the 5 1/2 minute video clip Rudd mentions Gillard only twice while positioning himself as the man to defeat Abbott, using "I" an astonishing 30 times. He also effectively takes credits for "our team" implementing policies Abbott supposedly wants to tear down. The Labor party is a mob of self-aggrandising back-stabbers.



Anonymous Dan Lewis said...

It's quite dishonest that a number of Labor MPs claim Tony Abbot would have opposed financial stimulus of the economy.

He didn't, nor as I recall did the opposition.

They did however oppose reckless spending and having seen the Pink Batts and Building Education Revolution wastage, I'd say they were right.

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