PM Rudd heckled in his home state

PM Rudd heckled in his home state

There are 15 comments on the NEWS.com.au story from Jul 16, 2013, titled PM Rudd heckled in his home state. In it, NEWS.com.au reports that:

KEVIN Rudd has been heckled on his morning walk in Townsville, proving not everyone in his home state of Queensland is happy to have him back in the nation's top job.

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Since: Dec 10

Perth, Australia

#1 Jul 16, 2013
There is always some disrespectful moron floating around, there should never be a call for such rudeness, if you don't like him don't vote for him, but get some manners you boguns.
Daz

Marino, Australia

#2 Jul 16, 2013
Ahomana wrote:
There is always some disrespectful moron floating around, there should never be a call for such rudeness, if you don't like him don't vote for him, but get some manners you boguns.
I agree fully.
Even though Rudd is a "disrespectful moron floating around" pretending to care about anything but his own agenda, its still no reason for anyone to waste their own time telling "Rudd the Dudd" the truth, because he doesn't understand the meaning of truth and being honest!
Boguns like Rudd should get values!
Dean

Parafield Gardens, Australia

#3 Jul 16, 2013
He is a joke. A total stuff up. Budget, boats and BS he has been there and failed.
Dean

Parafield Gardens, Australia

#4 Jul 16, 2013
Labor has an even less experienced team now than when Gillard was in. Absolute joke.
Aussie Al

Arncliffe, Australia

#5 Jul 16, 2013
Ahomana wrote:
There is always some disrespectful moron floating around, there should never be a call for such rudeness, if you don't like him don't vote for him, but get some manners you boguns.
A vote for Rudd is a vote for Islam (Ed Musics)
Aussie Al

Arncliffe, Australia

#6 Jul 16, 2013
Aussie Al wrote:
<quoted text>A vote for Rudd is a vote for Islam (Ed Musics)
Correction Ed Husick

AussiPino

Since: Jan 12

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#7 Jul 16, 2013
Lack of decency and common courtesy plagues everywhere unfortunately.

The ALP will most likely lose this Federal Election. A dysfunctional political party, over-spending of budgets, incompetancy....what can you expect?

Since: Dec 10

Perth, Australia

#8 Jul 16, 2013
Aussie Al wrote:
<quoted text>A vote for Rudd is a vote for Islam (Ed Musics)
What a load of utter nonsense, you shouldn't be worried about the muslims you should be woried about what the western world is up to violating your rights to privacy, instead of people fleeing persecution...

Since: Dec 10

Perth, Australia

#9 Jul 16, 2013
Dean wrote:
Labor has an even less experienced team now than when Gillard was in. Absolute joke.
So you are going for a strong team that honed their skills of lies, propaganda, scare tactics and warmongering under the the Howard smokescreen government, rather than a team of fresh new ideas and direction....you are nuts?

Since: Dec 10

Perth, Australia

#10 Jul 16, 2013
AussiPino wrote:
Lack of decency and common courtesy plagues everywhere unfortunately.
The ALP will most likely lose this Federal Election. A dysfunctional political party, over-spending of budgets, incompetancy....what can you expect?
If you think the liberal party is not dysfunctional just because they are good at hiding it you are a clueless tit. Hockey on carbon tax this morning on ABC 24 got his arse reemed by a female interviewer over his governments lack of direction over coal and ore...and the enviroment...the guy has never been too smart on a good day, but having R'Abbott,Hockey and Bishop on the same foot and mouth team, assures a loss of voters for the next election as Rudd is powering ahead at the polls.

AussiPino

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#11 Jul 16, 2013
Ahomana wrote:
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If you think the liberal party is not dysfunctional just because they are good at hiding it you are a clueless tit. Hockey on carbon tax this morning on ABC 24 got his arse reemed by a female interviewer over his governments lack of direction over coal and ore...and the enviroment...the guy has never been too smart on a good day, but having R'Abbott,Hockey and Bishop on the same foot and mouth team, assures a loss of voters for the next election as Rudd is powering ahead at the polls.
You have interesting points here. But you have to mention that the ALP has not been performing its best level since the end of Howard's leadership.

Between the two evils, there are those who will vote Liberal as they tend to be better at conserving money, and in today's economic state, it is believed that this is needed.

Since: Dec 10

Perth, Australia

#12 Jul 16, 2013
AussiPino wrote:
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You have interesting points here. But you have to mention that the ALP has not been performing its best level since the end of Howard's leadership.
Between the two evils, there are those who will vote Liberal as they tend to be better at conserving money, and in today's economic state, it is believed that this is needed.
It has been a long time between drinks for Labor and though well intentioned it takes time to effect social ideas and fix broken infrastructure, another great legacy of Howard. Give them their due....they are getting better at it, and I think we will be bloody glad that we have a government that concentrates it's effort to make our lives a little easier and that of our kids, pensioners and workers as well as a working infrastructure, instead of another devastating 12 years of Liberals that only gained a surplus by selling what little we owned and supports no one, save mining and business.

AussiPino

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#13 Jul 16, 2013
Ahomana wrote:
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It has been a long time between drinks for Labor and though well intentioned it takes time to effect social ideas and fix broken infrastructure, another great legacy of Howard. Give them their due....they are getting better at it, and I think we will be bloody glad that we have a government that concentrates it's effort to make our lives a little easier and that of our kids, pensioners and workers as well as a working infrastructure, instead of another devastating 12 years of Liberals that only gained a surplus by selling what little we owned and supports no one, save mining and business.
Well mate, many have lost faith in the two major political parties. So many things could have improved over the years but it seems that a lot has gone backward.

Things will definitely get harder for generations to come.

Since: Dec 10

Perth, Australia

#14 Jul 16, 2013
AussiPino wrote:
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Well mate, many have lost faith in the two major political parties. So many things could have improved over the years but it seems that a lot has gone backward.
Things will definitely get harder for generations to come.
Yes things will get harder if we don't move to remove those state and federal governments that make it harder by doing what they want and not what the voter needs....in effect we need a government that is invested in this country and us, and is not about wasting our money on their agenda's....I have a strong hope that Rudd and Labor can effect this as seeing another term of Liberals will ensure everything you say WILL come to fruition.
Mary

Alexandria, Australia

#15 Jul 17, 2013
Ahomana wrote:
There is always some disrespectful moron floating around, there should never be a call for such rudeness, if you don't like him don't vote for him, but get some manners you boguns.
This man is evil, no doubt your prob on welfare payments and fools like u spport this horrible little man who does not have the right to breathe.

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