Noel Pearson tells it like it is. He's a fearless advocate for his people.
I totally agree with his assessment of Kevin Dudd's duplicity.
Says Pearson: "This has obviously been a complete charade, and for those people who think that 'well, let's give Labor the move to perhaps run with this agenda in some later term', then I just say well we'll have a re-run of Bob Hawke here"
Dudd is a chameleon.
Like Pearson, I too dread the prospect of Dudd becoming Prime Minister.
Friday, November 23, 2007
Posted by Neil Ennis at 6:10 PM
Despite the "me too" garbage from Mr Dudd and his comrades, the differences between the Coalition and the ALP are like chalk and cheese.
Click on the thumbnail below for a quick summary of the major performance indicators for both parties.
The difference between our current prosperity, and what we'd lose under a one party Labor State couldn't be starker.
Posted by Neil Ennis at 8:35 AM
Wednesday, November 21, 2007
That's my prediction for Saturday.
There won't be a uniform swing, and while the ALP will pick up some seats, it will also lose one or two.
Call it wishful thinnking if you like, but I like to think that most Australians aren't going to get duped by "Mr Me Too", aka Kevin Dudd.
If I am right, most of the Australian media are going to look like a bunch of idiots and will have a bucketload of egg on their faces.
If I am right, someone needs to ask who paid whom to get such blatantly biased reporting from all streams of media including the ABC.
Of course, it's just my prediction, and it flies in the face of all the opinion polls, and all the "wisdom" of pundits who claim to be smarter than me.
But I hope I am right.
You need more to govern this country than a twerpy smirk and a photocopier for stealing economic policies. Mr Dudd just doesn't cut it.
Oh - one other thing, if I am right, I promise to post some priceless photos of the look on the faces of Kevin Dudd, Julia Dullard and Wayne Conn.
Posted by Neil Ennis at 11:27 AM
Monday, November 05, 2007
Say it once, and you could be excused for thinking it was just a gaffe by an inexperienced wannabe.
Say it twice, and you remove all doubt.
Now Charles Wooley has heard Garrett saying the same thing:
"Peter Garrett agreed, he intimated that 'What we say in Opposition might not be what happens in Government.'''
Read the article for yourself here.
Rudd and his shadow ministry are fakes. They are telling you what you want to hear because they want your vote. In areas where they're clueless (such as the economy) their photocopiers have been working overtime on their "Echo-nomic", Me-Too policies.
But when you really put them under the miroscope, Garrett's comments say it all: "We're just pulling your leg now. It will all change once we get elected".
It's par for the course, isn't it? Check out what Garrett used to say on American military bases in Australia, or on the Tasmanian Pulp Mill. Now check out what he's saying now. He (like most of the Labor front bench) has more positions on this stuff than the Kama Sutra.
Their lips are moving, but I can't hear anything meaningful coming out of their mouths.
You may not agree with everything he says, but at least when John Howard say's he's going to do something, he does it. He's the real deal.
Rudd is just a fake.
Posted by Neil Ennis at 1:18 PM
Friday, November 02, 2007
Kevin Rudd and the "me-too" conga-line that is the ALP haven't got a clue about economic management.
That's why when it comes to the hard stuff, like tax policy, economic management, and national develoopment, they're trying to play it safe by copying the Coalition.
Chameleons might be exciting to look at, but they do not make good leaders.
Posted by Neil Ennis at 8:59 AM