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The Forum > General Discussion > Did Rudd, Howard or any previous PM ever have to deal with this?

Did Rudd, Howard or any previous PM ever have to deal with this?

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Having sandwiches thrown at her by school-children is very poor, but grown-ups should know better:
http://www.towleroad.com/2013/06/gillardsattler.html

No doubt OLO's usual suspects will defend this kind of thing against the Prime-Minister of our country because it is the demonic, red witch they hate so deeply.

It is a very sad period in our political history that we can not seem to live with a hung parliament and a woman as PM without The treatment of her becoming so deeply disgusting.

The stupid shock-jock's ratings will no doubt get a boost. If Julia had punched his lights out, I reckon hers would too.
Posted by Luciferase, Thursday, 13 June 2013 11:19:29 PM
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please for give my thoughts are known and without fear or favor I repeat them.
Some would censor them, lets think about that?
Because increasingly people want the answer they wish, not the truth.
Hawk in his latter time in office was badly treated by his deputy and media that had taken sides against him.
Today we live in the ashes created by a hung Parliament and, sorry truth will out, knifing of Rudd.
I again and again tell of just the same thing in 1975, a party divided a media rampart against us, and a loss that crippled.
Yet too, we will as then be confronted with a PM who fails to live up, or is it down? to his promises.
Labor must plow the field it is given, and must do it better.
We will reform,and do it well.
But ask your self this,why when polls show Rudd could pick up 6 or 8 percent, [seeming to prove surely we could win] those in control say no?
By the way we clutch at straws blameingeverthing on others.
Posted by Belly, Friday, 14 June 2013 7:22:29 AM
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please for give my thoughts are known and without fear or favor I repeat them.
Some would censor them, lets think about that?
Because increasingly people want the answer they wish, not the truth.
Hawk in his latter time in office was badly treated by his deputy and media that had taken sides against him.
Today we live in the ashes created by a hung Parliament and, sorry truth will out, knifing of Rudd.
I again and again tell of just the same thing in 1975, a party divided a media rampart against us, and a loss that crippled.
Yet too, we will as then be confronted with a PM who fails to live up, or is it down? to his promises.
Labor must plow the field it is given, and must do it better.
We will reform,and do it well.
But ask your self this,why when polls show Rudd could pick up 6 or 8 percent, [seeming to prove surely we could win] those in control say no?
By the way we clutch at straws blaming every thing on others.
Posted by Belly, Friday, 14 June 2013 7:22:54 AM
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By the way yesterdays interview with our fragile PM is an insult to free speech.
Hear the broadcasters question in full.
Know for Gods sake thousands of Aussie males ask that question too.
What was so evil about it?
We ,working class men would say much worse in any pub on any night about the fragile butter fly her self.
We are letting PC eat our national character.
Gillard in my presents said much worse, as a statement, about a past Liberal!
Posted by Belly, Friday, 14 June 2013 7:30:07 AM
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From the Great Red Hope in 2010 with veiled apologies regarding a dismal governments performance and promises of "better governance" ahead....to a self serving liar who will only be dragged from the Lodge with a formal plebiscite.

Even Slater and Gordon will not have her backů.what does that tell us.....Gillard has no credibility....absolutely none
Posted by sonofgloin, Friday, 14 June 2013 7:30:56 AM
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Is this thread part of a campaign to build the sympathy vote for Julia?

A shoe was thrown at John Howard on Q&A
(admittedly he was ex-PM at the time)
http://www.smh.com.au/national/viewer-puts-boot-into-howard-20101026-1711z.html

And I can remember when a shoe was thrown at George W and everyone left of centre thought it was a great joke.
Posted by SPQR, Friday, 14 June 2013 7:59:27 AM
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