New YouTube ad by the Liberal Party of Australia detailing the trail of disasters created by Kevin Rudd while he was Prime Minister.
And there’s plenty of more of where all that came from if Australia wants it.
Speaking (and thinking?) in Chinese in November 2010, Kevin Rudd (who’s just been re-appointed as Prime Minister of Australia) states that Australia and China have “slight differences in our political values”.
Just got back from welcoming Greg and Sophie Mirabella‘s brand new, darling baby girl to the Universe.
Mother and child are doing very well. Healthy and happy.
Congratulations Greg and Sophie!
Love and Best Wishes to you from Barboo and me.
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Sophie has been presented with the Celebrate Capitalism™ campaign’s Annual International Capitalism Award, Melbourne 2008.
Past recipients of this Award have been:
Here are three videos from Australian comedy show The Mansion. They’re a piss-take of a young lass who embarks on a two week pilgrimage to Canberra to be part of Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s Australia 2020 Summit.
What drives her? What’s the scope and depth of her leftie, greenie, politically correct Vision for Australia?
She struggles, she cries, she laughs. She even overcomes the impatience of a garage mechanic.
(Hat tip Andrew Bolt.)
To be continued.
Do you support Sophie’s refusal to say sorry?
Then join the “I SUPPORT SOPHIE” campaign list: click here.
Show your support for Liberal Party parliamentarian, Sophie Mirabella, who stated her reasons for boycotting Sorry Day, Wednesday February 13 as follows …
The purpose of this article isto clear up three misconceptions about a controversial leafletcreated and distributed by Danny Nalliah of Catch The Fire Ministries. These misconceptions have been busily circulating across the mainstream media, and the web.
Barboo and Prodos grabbing a dance at the Hearts of Oak
(Freemasons) Christmas Party (Photo by Tim Warner)
No sooner had we arrived at the Hearts of Oak (Freemasons) Christmas Party this evening, than a fellow Freemason walked by, pressed me on the shoulder, and said with a smile and some emphasis, “Take the money!”
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