February 4, 2013

ALP campaign running according to plan

... few voters of either persuasion appear intent on rewarding the PM for subjecting them to an eight-month campaign.

Nor do they believe her motive was to provide the country with stability and certainty - rather to insure the government against resignations or a leadership challenge.

Re-enforcing the view that the PM has a significant battle ahead of her to restore trust with the community, 53 per cent of voters said they didn't believe her explanation. Only 41 per cent accepted the PM's claims.
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MPs yesterday questioned her judgment in announcing an election date on Wednesday. "If Rowan Atkinson had written the last week for a part for Blackadder, he'd have thrown out the script because it would be too silly," one MP said.
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ALP national secretary George Wright declared "so far, so good"
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The former PM, who earlier this week appeared on morning show Sunrise and with a chainsaw helping flood victims in Queensland with their clean-up, today tweeted about the joys of his new granddaughter.

It was accompanied with a picture of a relaxed Mr Rudd reclining on the lounge with his daughter Jessica's new baby, a rattle, and a soft toy.

He wrote: "Heaps of fun having baby Josephine home."
Try as I might - and I haven't tried at all - I don't begrudge Kevin Rudd his schadenfreude.

Voters not believing Gillard 

Labor says campaign on track

St Kev keeps up charm offensive 


2 comments:

  1. Anonymous3:45 PM

    I suppose one could bet a Bob that Bluey may have a Car crash, that's if they decide to keep Labor rudderless.

    j

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  2. With rudder or rudderless, they're still fooked.

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