How sweet the sound.
So Bolt thinks Gillard’s speech was brilliant. Spare me.
Facts are facts. We have a fabian socialist, ironically being puppeteered by the Labor Right, whose biggest claim to fame was the BER, the Building the Education Revolution. Out of $16 billion, bar some spare change, all spent on buildings and not education, about a third of that has been wasted, it has disappeared.
And now that same person, Gillard, is in charge of (shut up, Yanks) our trillion dollar economy.
Bolt is on the money so often, but is way off with his Gillard love-in.
Why, Bolta? Because Abbott is so quiet? That “quiet” has worked.
As usual the MSM is way off the pulse, and should give Bishop, yeah, you know, her, a fair go.
And also just pre-emptively touting nonsense that Abbott won’t be able to attack Jules is just that… nonsense.
But we saw this with the MSM in 2007.
Ho hum, it’s all moot. The number of times Julia mentioned “stability” was most telling.
I’ve been told Kerry was pretty hard on Julia tonight.
Finally, Tony Abbott is taking the gloves off with regards to Julia’s “handling” of the BER.
However, the Opposition greeted the new Prime Minster with derision. Opposition Leader Tony Abbott said: “It’s clear that if you want to change the policies you’re going to have to change the Government. They’ve changed the salesman but they haven’t changed the product.”
With an election just months away – and hoping to blunt any political honeymoon for the new Prime Minister – Mr Abbott is hoping to target Ms Gillard’s central role in the Building the Education Revolution scheme.
He accused her of being principal author, along with Mr Rudd, of the “school hall rip-offs”.
And it looks like she’d better watch her back.
It really looks like the Labor MO is to get whoever’s popular to an election, then knife them at the first sign of trouble, especially if they aren’t doing the unions’ bidding.
Whatever happened to honour amongst theives?
H/T Merilyn Williams