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All You Should Know For The Presidential Election 2008

June 26, 2008


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For those who don’t know we have had a change of government in Australia last year, we tossed out George W Bush’s little deputy sheriff John Winston Howard, a person whom I, and many other Aussie considered not only to be a liar, but either incompetent or like Bush, seemingly bent on weakening Australia and shoving us into the New World Order by stealth.

Here’s a warning to the US and others, if your a two party country, realize this, both sides are in the pay of the same people who are reading from the same script… Kevin Rudd, leader of the ‘new’ Labor government’s new nick name is now Kevin Dud, and now the Liberals, once ruled by John Winston Howard; who’s name few are willing to mention, have a new leader who once said ironically “I’ve never voted liberal in my life!” and continues with his (for now) parties meaningless rhetoric, which now in opposition, is almost the opposite of what it was in government.

To day our third party The Democrats disappeared, they’ve officially left Parliament, defeated by by petty bickering amongst themselves and two of it’s own voting with John Winston Howard; who could hardly believe his luck, a sad thing not just for those who served us so well, but for Australia. However, The Greens under Bob Brown are still doing well and hopefully will continue to grow. But here is the problem, both the Liberal Party (R) and the Labor Party (L), because of their political donations, will support each other in the decisions that matter, in regards to supporting the mining resources industry who pay their way.

The moral to the story is the more parties the harder it is to control a government… four legs are better than two. 🙂

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