Monday, August 16, 2010

Ditto? Rupert's Rooty Hill Meets Brisbane Gets Sideswiped?

Apparently Julia Gillard has agreed to debate Tony Abbott in Brisbane this Wednesday...

on a special episode of the ABC's Q&A!

Oh dear, David and Madonna and Rupert will not be pleased.

Remember that guy "Muldoon" from 'Jurassic Park' who got killed by that giant killer reptile, the velociraptor? We've looked it up for you:

Muldoon: They show extraordinary intelligence, even problem-solving. Especially the big one. We bred eight originally, but when she came in she took over the pride and killed all but two of the others. That one... when she looks at you, you can tell she's working things out.

And then later...

Muldoon: They should all be destroyed.

Muldoon: Shoot her! Shoot her!

[Just before he gets attacked by a raptor]

Muldoon: Clever girl.


  1. I heard Madonna in an interview yesterday with some expert on funding for politicians, where she was trying to manufacture anger against Labor by saying tax payers funded all their ads & travel etc. Pity the expert wasn't willing to play the game & told her that the taxpayer also pays for all of the Coalitions costs as well.

    If it wasnt for David working for courier mail, I imagine that she would have jumped ship long ago & gone & worked for Fairfax on 4BC, where she could provide back to back misinformation with Michael Smith.

    I imagine that today's segment will have her arguing Mr Rabbit's case again & why wasnt the debate held by the courier mail, like the telgraph got to do in Sydney? Why do they only get the chance to stack an audience? We could have had undecided voters like Michael Smith or Clive Palmer asking questions.

  2. Oh noo, the Courier Mail & News Ltd got its way after all, for the chance to stack another audience.

    This time they will get their "undecided" voters from Liberal headquaters. Where "undecided" means that the Liberals members are undecided as to whether they hate julia, or reeeally hate Julia.

    Its like knowing a ku klux klan meeting is about to happen & a black man insists on going in there to put his views forth.