I’m sorry, but has someone in the Labour party being getting on the Purple Hazes or what?  I’m talking about that nasty drink that poor Britney was said to favour during the pink wig days.

So, could Julia Gillard, seriously have enlisted the bloke she stabbed in the back, and stole his job, and house, and all the other perks, to give her some help winning this election?

According to the news……(unless K-Rudd’s just gate-crashed a press conference, which would be hilarious and I would rate him forever), has come out and said that his old mate ‘Jules’ – apparently needs his help to help her apparently waning campaign.   She’s called him in to say “yeah, what SHE said.  Tony’s a dickhead…”  Or thereabouts

And we’re supposed to take notice of HIM, when clearly, they respected his opinion so much that they gave him the flick!!!!!  Excuse me?

What a serious debacle!!!  If it wasn’t messy and awkward enough for Labour that they even had to admit before the end of their term, that they’d backed the wrong horse, but now, they’re saying that his replacement is a bit ‘light on’ as well.

K-Rudd’s saying now, “I cannot for one stand idly by and watch Mr Abbott try to slide into office by default without any real scrutiny,” he has said.

“I actually don’t think Mr Abbott is fair dinkum.  I don’t believe Mr Abbott is a bad person, I do believe his policies are bad for Australia.  I don’t think he is up to the job of prime minister.”

He then said Julia had asked him to join the national campaign.  “I’m prepared to help.  I’m not a quitter,” he said.  Well, thank god I’m not in politics cause I would have told her to “GO JAM IT JULES!”

Regardless of what you think of Tony Abbot’s policies and his budgie smugglers,  at least he hasn’t got a full dozen of eggs smeared all over his face like dear old Julia, and the rest of the Labour camp.

I tell you what, if I were in the Liberal party today I’d be heading to the pub and buying a round of  &%*# sucking cowboys, because they must be laughing their heads off at this one…  Let’s just hope Tony doesn’t get too silly and end up doing a nudie run down the beach.  Clearly he doesn’t mind a swim.


  1. Seriously – it is a total mess isn’t it? Politics is the most under handed & insincere occupation in the world. Who needs enemies when you have friends like that!

    • It’s the funniest mess ever!!!!!!!! I think poor old K Rudd is somehow trying to save face and probably enjoying, understandibly that her rise to popularity was seemingly short lived. It’s the best turn out ever for him after what she did to him. Karma perhaps? It’s all just too weird….

  2. I see what your getting at but how can you honestly say that liberals are going to be better for the country than labour. i don’t think that australians are really being given much of a choice – a lot like choosing the lesser of two evils in my opinion. neither party seems capable of taking the country in a positive direction, which is highly disappointing. I’m really sick of all the smear campaigns. as you mentioned all that ‘tony is a dick head’ crap is just ridiculous, if thats the best they’ve got then they’re doomed.

    • I agree……..there is no great option being offered. It’s a very weird time in Australian politics. Certainly not inspiring and world changing like the last US election.

  3. For the first time in my voting life I find myself utterly barren in terms of who to vote for.

    Kevin Rudd was criticized for being a micro managing control freak. Aren’t leaders supposed to be????

    All this coup has done is to expose just how rotten to the core modern Labor has become. For me, having come from a traditional Labor background (ie. working class upbringing in industrial Victoria), the ALP long represents my values. But then – neither does the Coalition. It’s despicable demonisation of asylum seekers chills me and the Greens – don’t even get me started…

    Australian politics has become an awful parody of a circus sideshow, which leaves me to ask the question “Who is running Australia?”

    • I think alot of people are thinking the same. I think out there in the general public, alot of people are going “what the hell is going on here, and who the hell do we go with?” It is unbelievable……..

  4. It’s just a beautiful golden karma she created for herself. What gets me is surely the labour party people that pushed her to make the bid for prime minister knew the public wouldnt like it and would see it as a disgusting piece of human treatment. Oh weel i guess when she looses the next election it will be labelled a sexist vote.

    • but what people don’t seem to be talking about enough is it’s not even about Julie shoving Kevin, LABOUR screwed up our debt,, not just Kevin….so Julia is not the saviour, she is simply a member of a party that had the chance and screwed up. It’s quite simple in my eyes.

  5. You know Amber, I am actually SICK of the whole political debate thing! Why the hell can’t they just concentrate on he REAL issues at hand, stop screwing with everyone’s lives, DO THE JOB they have been given to do and GET ON WITH IT!!!!
    It’s all CHILDISH “he said” “she said” bullcrap and nothing seems to change!!!
    When will we see the changes they keep promising us ACTUALLY happen!
    I don’t even really CARE who is Prime Minister of Australia, just as long as the focus isn’t on their LOOKS, their BODY IMAGE, their PAST (after all we are MOVING FORWARD…lol)….or their dodgy lifestyle!

    • it’s possibly the worst election lead up of all time. It’s quite embarrassing. And yes, I can’t bear when it becomes about what they look like, who they slept with and all that crap. No one would ever be able to run for Prime Minister if it meant having literally NO skeletons in their closet. Either that or they would have lead a very sheltered life and then are they really going to understand that average person? I don’t think so…

  6. I agree with you Amber, Labour has sent us backwards big time with regard to the debt – not Julia per se. They look like a bunch of fools who think if they throw a bit more cash around they can win back some votes. I wish they would have the you know whats to actually tackle real issues! I’m not 100% sold on Tony Abbott yet but the Libs are kicking Labour’s backside in the campaign so far in my opinion.

  7. With all this kerfuffle i am completely at a loss like others as to whom i place my trust in ….not that i believe it matters anyway as they always end up screwing us over in the end.

    AMBER PETTY for PM i say haha 🙂

    • I would totally make fabulous shoes TAX FREE…..and……shit, haven’t thought of anything else. ha ha. I agree though..not about me, but certainly about ‘who the hell do we trust?’x

  8. Hobble dee hooo haaaa…that’s all I hear!
    What a mess, and they should be EMBARRASED and ashamed of themselves. If they can’t do the job, then who the hell will??? And what message does it send to our kids? My 15 year old says “who will you vote for Mum” I just say I DUNNO…hahaha now that’s an example to set for your kids huh?!!
    Truth is, I DON’T know! 🙂

    • how funny is Kevin Rudd wheeling himself around, having photos with ‘fans’ etc? It’s hilarious.

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