PM Rudd again?

Wouldn’t that be, er, funny?

Apparently, he’s only a few votes short of having the numbers to get his revenge.

One can’t help but think a lot of Rudd’s backers must be MPs desperate to hold their jobs come the next election rather than Rudd supporters per se.

With Gillard deftly steering the ALP to a record low 26% support base, there must be a bunch of them laying awake at night pondering their next career move.

You can read more about it here and here, and some expert has probably popped up somewhere.

Thus, just a couple of questions:

Bob brown and two of the independents, Windsor and Headshott, say their support is for Labor, not specifically Gillard. Other independent Wilkie says his is specifically for Gillard. Labor needs all three. However, Bob Katter has kinda indicated he might back Rudd should the need arise.

Would Labor survive another knifing?

If so, would Rudd scrap the carbon (dioxide) tax?

The plot of the greatest farce in Australian politics is poised precariously on a bloodied knife’s edge.

Grab the beer and chippies!

    • Merilyn
    • September 22nd, 2011

    “Bob Brown and two of the Independents say their support is for Laboe, not specifically for Gillard”, now that is very interesting, because before they were saying that their support was for Gillard not the Labor party, as they had signed an agreement with her.

    Think that bell may be tolling for Julia.

    • Interesting little change, isn’t it. And proves Bob Brown and Bert and Ernie are the rat of rats on the sinking ship.

    • Merilyn
    • September 22nd, 2011

    Labor not Laboe…..sheesh

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