Monday, February 18, 2008

Political Animals

Liberal Senator Concetta Fierravanti-Wells and her colleagues last night questioned what impact Mr Rudd's cat, Jasper, and his golden retriever, Abby, would have on the state of the lawns at the Lodge. With Kevin Rudd enjoying an approval rating of 70%, and Brendan Nelson languishing on a mere 9%, is this really the best the Liberals can do? Nick Minchin's explanation of the figures as 'the honeymoon peroid' effect hardly seems convincing.

I mean, really... calling Rudd's dealings with his family pets into question sounds a little desperate. A lot in fact. Do we really have to go through the whole Brian Bourke thing again. That was tried last year to little effect. The leaked revelation about Rudd's visit to a New York night club seemed to make him more popular if anything. What next? Revelations about Rudd's indiscretions as a schoolboy? Perhaps the Liberals are running out of straws to clutch at, but they surely need to have a better strategy than this incredibly trivial garbage raking if they are not to be consigned to political oblivion.

1 comment:

Liam Alexander said...

The best response one can probably give to the Liberal party is "Nah nah n n nah!"