*please note that at the time this was written, Mr Rudd had not yet thrown in his gifted towel….
When I was 13 years old I worked at a Child Care Centre around the corner from my school. I got paid about $3 an hour and I’m pretty sure I wasn’t even officially on the books. Times have clearly changed now and kids are no doubt a little safer.
I was particularly in love with this one little girl called Eloise and one day when I arrived after school, I found her sitting in a high chair stuck in the corner of the room. The naughty chair if you like. I enquired as to what my favourite girl had done to deserve the isolation and it turned out she’d taken a rather nasty chomp on one of the other baby’s cheeks.
It didn’t go down well.
In my 13-year-old mind, I assessed that perhaps my little angel Eloise who had temporarily turned into Jaws, had done so because the other baby was most clearly the favourite of the group. A jealous rage if you like. That’s what I figured at the time anyway.
I was particularly devastated to discover that the very next day, arriving again for work, that she was no longer allowed at the Centre after being expelled. Not surprisingly the baby’s mother wasn’t all that thrilled to collect her baby sporting a few teeth marks at the end of the day.
Now whether or not my little Eloise had done a number on me and was in fact a future serial killer, I was sad to see her go but understood that she could no longer be in the group because she was potential trouble.
Kind of like Kevin Rudd in a round about way. Dangerous, childish and well past being put in the naughty chair. It’s now time for him to go.
The mere discussion of speculation of whether he’s going to challenge Julia Gillard’s leadership drives me up the flipping wall. I cannot understand for a second why this subject even gets any airtime. The fact of the matter is, that clearly he was disliked within his party so much that they chose to oust him.
It matters not in the slightest to me that Julia isn’t remotely popular. The way I see it is Labour has turned out to be a huge dud, and she just happens to be leading the pack of duds.
Our focus should not be on the embarrassing ping ponging of leaders, but it should be on yelling at the other parties to hurry up and get a better alternative , so the nation has a little future hope.
Kevin Rudd lost me at Stimulus Package. What a completely reckless idiotic, sucking up for vote’s idea that was. An absolute joke.
And now we have to endure this passive aggressive game playing from a man who’s such a narcissist that he just won’t go away. He’s just flapping around trying to make Julia squirm.
This latest video showing him swearing and complaining which no doubt shows the real Kevin Rudd, has had him come out not taking embarrassed ownership for his carry-on, but once again doing a non-relevant pointing of the finger about who leaked it out.
I don’t care who leaked it. I care that he’s behaving like a creep.
Although even saying that, narcissists love attention and they can’t always decipher good publicity from bad, as long as it’s about them. And we are talking about a man that tries to be ‘one of the boys’, and he’s just so not.
The problem with Kevin is that he’s supposed to be a public servant but it’s all about him. His agenda is not about Australia; it’s about getting Julia back.
Julia’s problem is that she surely would have turfed him out earlier had it not been for her no doubt paranoia that she’s already struggling for friends.
I won’t even entertain the thought of K-Dudd making a comeback. I have better things to ponder, like how did Australia vote these idiots in in the first place?