Monday, November 26, 2007

Reasons to be cheerful - post-election series, installment #1

1. Articles like this, make for very happy reading (shahd-n-froi-duh, huh).

A humiliated Karen Chijoff said her husband had left their home and she was no longer speaking to him [...] Another of Mr Howard's closest allies said the Prime Minister was the key problem. "The PM, they were just so over him. He looked old, they were sick of him," he said. "We could just see Howard couldn't win, and I could see that by March."

2. A deliberately barren Deputy PM!

3. Howard won't be appointing the next High Court judge.

4. Certain cretins certain to be removed from the ABC Board.

5. Everything Paul says here (love you Paul).

6. Bye bye Broughy, you really were a very dim operator. My favourite example, your refusal to consider sensible amendments to your NT Emergency Response legislation because you didn't like "complicated processes or amendments to Bills".

7. International headlines such as "Bush loses a friend in Australia"

*Contented sigh*


Sam said...

Certain closet cases losing their safe Liberal seats would've made for a fine reason #8, but I guess we can't be greedy.

Gosh, it came close though.

comicstriphero said...

I know who you mean, wink wink, nudge nudge.

philbert83au said...

Albrechtson, according to the ABC link, has a doctorate in law. Doesn't that make her Dr A, not Ms A? Or did someone over at ABC give her a down-grade :p

shula said...

Bring back Paul.

The only politician I've ever loved.