“On Tuesday I Will Blow The Bloody Show Up!”

14 Jun

From The Daily Telegraph’s Simon Benson:

Bill Shorten, who is doing the dance of the seven veils, says publicly he still supports Julia Gillard.

But he will only support her until he doesn’t. And that could be very soon.

Shorten’s choice of words this week was telling.

When asked if he thought Gillard would still be leader by the time of the election, he said: “I believe so.”

These are not the words of a powerbroker confident in the survival of his leader.

As The Daily Telegraph revealed, Shorten is now counting numbers. And those numbers are falling Rudd’s way.

The mood even among many of Gillard’s supporters is bleak. And, after this week’s performance, their support is said to now be soft at best.

One senior Labor MP said that, unless something happens, he was prepared to walk into caucus on Tuesday next week and challenge the PM himself.

“I’ll blow the bloody show up,” they said.

Do it.

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2 Responses to ““On Tuesday I Will Blow The Bloody Show Up!””

  1. Kevin Moore June 14, 2013 at 4:48 pm #

    “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned”
    And don’t forget that foreign army stationed in our north.

    http://williambowles.info/spysrus/cia_australia.html

  2. bushbunny June 17, 2013 at 12:56 pm #

    Well he is the GG’s son in law, ain’t he? A very mediocre man I feel. Personally, from what Barnaby said on the 9th June in Armidale, we could have an early election, but Kevin Rudd is a blow in, hoping he will become the PM, and quite honestly, how can the party bring him back. It won’t change their policies, and changing ships mid ocean will do them more harm than good. They might go for Bob Carr or Shorten though. The PM’s sexist comments, lost more votes, gosh, men in blue ties? How bitchy and unbecoming. Can you imagine Margaret Thatcher saying this? She’d tell ’em to buzz off in no uncertain words. Female or Male politicians are equal, and should not be subject to bullying any more than in a private sector. Ms Gillard played the wrong card, that will add to bring her government further down in the polls and next election. She forgets this government cut the single parent’s benefit. That was disgraceful. Changing the goal posts in middle of a match, ain’t on.

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