Gillard Clears Legacy of Doubt in Aus...

Gillard Clears Legacy of Doubt in Australia Leader Victory

There are 2 comments on the BusinessWeek story from Feb 28, 2012, titled Gillard Clears Legacy of Doubt in Australia Leader Victory. In it, BusinessWeek reports that:

Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard's re-election as leader of the ruling Labor party may defuse public unease over how she came to power, giving greater scope to build voter support ahead of elections due next year.

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“NO ANZUS”

Since: Nov 10

Southern California

#1 Feb 28, 2012
Chinese lover Rudd got owned. Now he cries like chinese bitch. GET OVER IT IT! Time to licky lick your master china kissas.

Since: Dec 10

Forde, Australia

#2 Feb 29, 2012
Mr Humbert wrote:
Chinese lover Rudd got owned. Now he cries like chinese bitch. GET OVER IT IT! Time to licky lick your master china kissas.
NO Labor support forgets what Gillard and her leashed mongrels did to My mate Kev and she will pay dearly at the polls...eighteen months isn't long enough for us to forget what a vile evil thing they did....But you like vile evil things, you two nutters should get together the perfect looney tune couple...Humbug and Gillard...good ring eh!

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