Monday, August 12, 2013

It's Over Rover - Updated

Australians will not vote for a cheat and Labor's recycled lemon last night demonstrated on prime time live television what a cheat and liar he is.

The debate rules clearly stated notes were not permitted but Rudd ignored those rules and was damned lucky not to pulled up by the left leaning moderator.   A salutary lesson in combining own goals with self inflicted gunshot wounds.

Worse still, in spite of his cheating, he still lost the debate, hands down, to Abbott.

Today, Tony Abbott described his opponent as 'a person who considers himself to be the suppository of all wisdom.'  A priceless insult which the Labor luvies in the media are desperately trying to turn into a gaffe.

Irresistible!



4 comments:

Tinman said...

You're trying too hard Adolf, Rudd can't win but Abbott can lose - the one thing he's really good at.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

It'll be pretty hard to lose from a 2pp advantage of 53 to 47.

The Veteran said...

Rudd assumed leadership of the Labor Party on a groundswell of goodwill based around the supposed fact that he had been stabbed in the back by Gillard orchestrated by the 'faceless men'.

That overlooked the fact that he was a dysfunctional Prime Minister whose close colleagues had judged him and found him terribly wanting.

What's changed? Now he his revealed as a cheat whose arrogance
allowed him to think he could get away with it.

All it has done is remind the electorate that Rudd is a psychopath who will be rolled again by his colleagues after HE loses the election.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Hardly a mention from ABC and Fairfax.

Just imagine the outcry and vilification from them, had Abbott done what Rudd is trying to laugh off.