The Dog’s Bollocks

Truth is like a dog’s bollocks – pretty obvious if you care to look.

Kevin the Unpredictable confounds Conservatives

ABC OnlineOne of the novel characteristics of Kevin Rudd as Prime Minister is that, despite his verbosity, he regularly does unpredictable things and confounds his critics. Throughout the Howardian Era, the actions of the PM were entirely predictable. Of course we were going to invade Iraq, of course we’d deny climate change, of course they threw the children overboard, yada yada yada.

While speaking in Mandarin to hundreds of Chinese students, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has infuriated Chinese officials with a speech in Beijing today raising “significant human rights problems” in Tibet.

Do you reckon Howard or Nelson would do such a thing (excepting the Mandarin)? I don’t think so.

Latham got one thing right – a conga line of suckholes.

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