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This is heart-breaking . . .

June 24, 2010

As you would know I’m no fan of Kevin but no one deserves the treatment he got from his own party. He almost single-handedly got the Labor party into power and this is how they treat him? This will damage the standing of the Labor Party in the eyes of Australians; my tip – voters will continue their revolt against Labor and Kevin won’t be around to blame. The genuine vulnerability of the ex-prime minister will hurt his assassins more than they can imagine.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. KMJW permalink
    June 24, 2010 8:10 pm

    I agree. This was the Australian equivalent of a “night of long knives”.
    The unions are now completely in control

  2. The Umfazi permalink
    June 24, 2010 10:37 pm

    Do we want to be governed (or appear to be governed) by faceless factions and unions? Australians have every right to be miffed. Whatever one’s political persuasion it is not unreasonable to expect that the voting public should be allowed to vote in the prime minister of its choice, and not have a replacement prime minister presented to it through the machinations of behind-closed-doors deals.
    The Umfazi

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