Prime Minister Julia Gillard & Tony Abbott
Julia Eileen Gillard (born 29 September 1961) is the 27th and current Prime Minister of Australia and the Leader of the Australian Labor Party since 24 June 2010. She is the first woman to hold either office. Anthony John Tony Abbott (born 4 November 1957) is the Leader of the Opposition in the Australian House of Representatives and federal leader of the centre-right Liberal Party of Australia. /5
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"Tony Abbott called for then Prime Minister Julia Gillard to make Peter Slipper resign over a travel expenses"
FEMINISM AGAIN RAISES ITS JEZEBEL HEAD.Last week Hilary Clinton was interviewed by an Australian journalist.on the ABC ..also a hard line feminist. In the interview on the Australian National Carrier of radio and TV media Clinton spoke about 'sexism in politics' and supported the former female Prime Minister Julia Gillard. Without mentioning the name of Gillard's political counterpart (Tony Abbott) she got her facts wrong...but spent the whole interview speaking about how strongly she opposed sexism in politics. The interview was in fact a covert promotion of her recent autobiography. There was no discussion about Obama's recent loss of Iraq, her husband Bill's adulterous behaviour and the fact that he lied to the American people about his hijinks with a 21 tear-old (female) intern. She wasn't asked about the other world conflicts eg Syria,,the Benghazi massacre, and not only the geopolitics ..the domestic. Issues such as the massive unemployment in the US (15 percent) illegal immigrants who four year ...
Contrast the respect Tony Abbott's expressing for Korea's President Park with what he dished out to Prime Minister Julia Gillard.
Tony Abbott quotes Former Prime Minister Julia Gillard - "If you're against cutting the company tax, you're against jobs."
Tony Abbott is all kinds of white male privelege, has done nothing but attack our Prime Minister, Julia Gillard on a personal level.
The Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard gives a rebuke to Tony Abbott on October 9 2012 after the opposition leader opened Question Time by seeking to ha...
It was a man who brought Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard down - and I don't mean Tony Abbott or Kevin Rudd 13. She was taking orders from a man, her Scottish spinner John McTernan whose advice was wrong headed from the start. Welsh-born and staunch republican, Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard was toppled tonight in a party coup. Australia is due for a federal election by September this year. McTernan is on record as being fanatically anti-Scottish independence. He devised this strategy for PM Gillard of divide and rule, class-warfare, gender-warfare. The straw that broke camel's back was having PM Gillard posing for the Australian Women's Weekly magazine, knitting for the British Royal family stunt. It put her at odds with her independent women image But It wasn't so much the knitting aspect but that fact that as a republican, Julia Gillard, was made to appear contradictory and mercenary for votes. McTernan denied he devised the knitting photo-shoot. Respected Australian TV political pundit ...
This is so scary when you think about it! But scarier is the thought that people are sucked in by what the newspapers (and their puppet master/mistresses) are saying. "The Age newspaper in Melbourne has called on Prime Minister Julia Gillard to resign. Since when does a newspaper, whose biggest share holder is super rich Gina Rinehart, become arrogant enough to take on the role of our Governor General and call for the resignation of OUR democratically elected Prime Minister? Gina Rinehart also has shares in channel 10, which broadcasts the Bolt report. Gina's interest in the media is a concern as she is trying to influence the public into voting for Tony Abbott, who has promised to give Gina the north of Australia, expand the 457 visa program, and repeal the carbon and mining tax. Gina and the other mining companies (which are mostly foreign owned) are one of the biggest Liberal Party donors."
After reading this will you now understand that (Labor and Liberal) are the same political Party The globalist 'reforms' that destroyed Australia by the ALP & LNP The following is a list of the major economic reforms imposed on Australia by both major parties, beginning with Hawke and Keating in 1983. These globalist policies were rammed through in conjunction with identical reforms imposed upon the rest of the world, under the rubric of "globalisation", which are the cause of the deepening global economic breakdown crisis that first erupted in 2007. In Australia, all of these reforms were bipartisan, with the exception of the most recent—the carbon tax. Prime Minister Julia Gillard was so furious that under public pressure the Coalition opposed the carbon tax, that she made an incredible admission by accusing Tony Abbott of breaking what she called the "post-1983 consensus on economic reform". As the following list demonstrates, that "consensus" has de-industrialised and bankrupted Australia: Hawke/Kea ...
Australia poll shows edge for Kevin Rudd Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard's fragile leadership came under renewed pressure after an opinion poll showed archrival and predecessor Kevin Rudd could save the government from an election defeat if he returned as leader of the ruling Labor party. Ms. Gillard has already seen off two attempts by Mr. Rudd and his allies to unseat her, most recently in March, apparently smoothing her path to contest a Sept. 14 election. Now, a Nielsen poll published in Fairfax newspapers has indicated Labor needs to bring back Mr. Rudd if it wants to avoid a landslide defeat. Under Ms. Gillard, popular support for the center-left Labor party has sunk to 29%, according to the latest poll, while backing for the conservative opposition, led by Tony Abbott, has climbed to 47%. On a two-party preferred basis--which factors in voters' second preferences as in real elections--Labor under Ms. Gillard trails the center-right Liberal-National coalition by 43% to 57%. If Mr. Rudd were ...
COMMENT (from one of our fans): As the desire to become Prime Minister of our Great Country, Tony Abbott's boots aren't big enough to represent Australia and it's people on the world stage, With no legs and no foundation to stand on, the pillars of lies upon which he's built his platform, are fixed to very thin ice where the cracks are beginning to show. How long can you tread water Mr Abbott. How long do you think you can pull the wool over the eyes of the good people of Australia. Blinding fabricated fiction to distort and hide the facts, Facts that form part of our incredible Country's history on the World stage. Facts that will still be taught in our schools for generations to come. Of the historical successes and achievements with Australia's first female Prime Minister Julia Gillard leader of the Australian Labor Party. There are 960,000 more jobs in Australia than in 2007. Since 2007 our economy has grown 13%. Compare that to the US economy which has grown by 2.25% and the European economy which .. ...
The Opposition has ruled out making any changes to Australia's abortion laws after Prime Minister Julia Gillard warned the issue would become the political plaything of men if Tony Abbott becomes Prime Minister. Ms Gillard made the comments yesterday while launching a fundraising organisation linked...
In this collage are instances of Tony Abbott ducking from questions that cover: - His stance on coal seam gas exploration on farming land (0.07) - Clarifying the context of his own statements (1.01) - Opposition collusion on the Qantas strike (1.08) - Whether he will compromise on asylum seeker policy (2.06) - Again, failing to clarify the context of his words (2.20) - Tony Abbott sincerely states he is trying his best to be accessible to the public, and then 5 minutes later walks off to the dismay of a reporter (5.01) As well as evidence of Tony Abbott and fellow Coalition Front Benchers avoiding the media: - Since the last election campaign in 2010, he has failed to appear on QandA despite repeat offers, while the Prime Minister Julia Gillard has been on twice (3.02) - He has not appear on Lateline for a long form interview (3.36) - He has not appeared on ABC Insiders, and neither had any Coalition members 7 programs into 2012 (3.46) - Senator Barnaby Joyce has been prevented twice from appearing on Cha ...
Julia Gillard says Tony Abbott has "no understanding" of the global economy.
Julia Gillard has accused Tony Abbott of having ''no understanding'' of the global economy as a f... via
For example, I might say (and I do) that while I think Prime Minister Julia Gillard is a bit of a moron and definitely not what I'd call the best PM ever, the thought of Leader of the Opposition Tony Abbott as the Prime Minister of ANYTHING is actually frightening to me. If you want to know why, know this: Tony Abbott is basically the Australian Rick Santorum... except he's actually very smart, while Santorum, as we all know, is about as sharp as a butterknife. (And look, if you like Santorum, I'm sorry... but hey, you might like Tony better, so... uh, there's that?)
Prime Minister Julia Gillard said on ABC Radio Brisbane that they are trying to paint Tony Abbott as Tony Abbott.
Sometimes, when I want to see a woman kick *** with words, I just watch Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard speak against Tony Abbott.
As expected, the first Question Time of the year held at the Parliament on Tuesday provoked a war of words between opposition leader Tony Abbott and Prime Minister Julia Gillard as Mr Abbott questioned Ms Gillard on false promises and the Prime Minister kept segueing from the point.
In Ten News.. Federal MP Craig Thomson has been arrested at his Central Coast electorate office by fraud squad detectives following an 18 month investigation into the alleged misuse of union funds. Meanwhile, Tony Abbott has made his first major speech of the election campaign.. saying he'll cut costs and red tape. Prime Minister Julia Gillard is meeting flood victims in Queensland. An elderly man and his daughter found dead after a welfare check at their Hoppers Crossing home.. it's believed the woman collapsed, her father tried to help her. And David Warner will miss the next two one-dayers after injuring his thumb at training, but should be right for the tour of India.
On Mornings, The Prime Minister Julia Gillard has announced the federal election will be held on September 14. The move is seen as an attempt to force Opposition leader Tony Abbott to release policy and costings. How do you feel about it... and the fact that here in WA, we will have two elections this year?
Prayer Points from Australian Prayer Network PRAYER POINTS FOR AUSTRALIA DAY EVE PRAYER GATHERINGS 2013 1st Segment * Give thanks for the rich Christian heritage of our nation * Give thanks for the pioneers of the Christian faith in Australia who helped to establish Christianity as the underlying value system of our nation. * Pray for the emerging generations to be able to continue to preserve and build on that heritage for future generations. 2nd Segment * Give thanks that freedom has been preserved in our nation down through the years. * Ask God to be present with us tonight and to continue to bless our nation into the future. * Cry out for a revival of faith amongst God's people and for a return to Godly values in the year ahead. 3rd Segment * Pray for our National leaders. Governor General Quentin Bryce, Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Opposition leader Tony Abbott. * Pray for your State leaders: Your Governor, Premier and Opposition leader * Pray for those who lead within Local Government ...
Kevin Rudd says he's comfortable with Julia Gillard being Prime Minister not comfortable extreme policies of Tony Abbott
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To our overseas fans. We thought we should clarify something that seems to puzzle many of you. In Australia the Liberal Party in Australia, headed by Tony Abbott is the main conservative party. This party is ideologically similar to the U.S Republican. The Labor Party headed by Prime Minister Julia Gillard is the main progressive (liberal) party in Australia. This party is ideologically similar to that of the U.S Democrats. The Liberal Party is right wing and the Labor Party is left wing. I hope this clarifies any confusion you may have.
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Memo, Julie Bishop; Keep you gutter politics out of Federal Parliament, ..the Australian voting public and taxpayers are well and truly sick and tired of you, Tony Abbott, Bronwyn Bishop, Christopher Pyke and your Liberal Cronies relentless and futile vote-grabbing smear campaign against the Prime Minister Julia Gillard. If you truly cannot stand the thought of a woman PM, ..then put up or shut up. Do not continue to bore us to death with this time wasting tired exercise, ...get off your high horses and get on with the job of implementing policy, that is what Parliament is there for, not squabbling like school children
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