Classic ruling class navel gazing – spare me the sob story – I am more concerned for the coming generations who will have to pay off the debts run up by Labor

I noticed this heading the Inquirer section of the Weekend Australian – following the latest Labor meme that Kev was “not quite at his best by 2010″ when Julia Gillard took over as PM. Who cares for a pampered ex prime minister – excuse me while I puke. My children and grandchildren will be working hard to see Labor debts paid off.

2 comments to Classic ruling class navel gazing – spare me the sob story – I am more concerned for the coming generations who will have to pay off the debts run up by Labor

  • tom dundas

    Warwick
    “Poor Fellow My Country” indeed
    I am in my mid 50s, yet to my memory Costello has only been one Australian treasurer I can recall uttering the expression “retiring debt”.
    The coming of the Rudd/Gillard era was fairy floss fuelled ride at the show for everybody, bought & paid for borrowed money. The addiction to spending credit against tomorrows income is really the continuance of the East India Company(Crown-City of London) opium trade to China.
    The addicts in Australia happily sell their children & grandchildren into slavery for a house full of shiny consumer goods so, in their shallow minds, they think the Jones’s will be impressed.
    Most of us deserve what is coming.
    Sadly this future is anything but the future a couple of generations fought & died for.

  • Graeme No.3

    Between them, Julia and Wayne Swann are filling the media with reasons why they were voted out. It opens the wounds in Labor and reminds voters quite how dreadful they were.

    If there is to be a double dissolution this year, then Tony Abbott will be delighted and hoping that they don’t shut up.

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