Dubya's Down Under lapdog gone

Discussion in '2007 Archive' started by Pete, Nov 24, 2007.

  1. Pete

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    Rudd is next Oz P.M.

    We got rid of the little idiot and his bunch....and got the other idiot and his bunch :tonofbricks::BangHead:


    Now excuse me, I have to go out and hug some trees before Kev makes it law :rolleyes:
     
  2. NiteShift

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    Well let's hope Rudd doesn't agree with any of Bush's policies, otherwise we'll have to dub him a lapdog also. Bon Voyage to the Oz troops in Iraq. Their help has been appreciated.
     
  3. Ulsterman

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    What? Looks like you swapped a bush hugger for a tree hugger!:laugh:
     
  4. Pete

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    Ulsterman, :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:


    I'm just soooooo mad right now because I didn't think of that line...Will be passing that one around :wavey:
     
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    I'll tell you what...well take Rudd and give you Pelosi and Reid in exhange; deal!?!?!
     
  6. Melanie

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    Thankfully the election is finished and Johnny and his clot of mates have been replaced by the Ruddski and his gang of clots...at least he is a Queenslander so some sanity may prevail until he is corrupted by the southerners.........:laugh: :tonofbricks:
     
  7. Bob Farnaby

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    You mean we've had the election ?????

    Maybe the papers will be worth reading again ....

    Regards
    Bob
     
  8. Matt Black

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    The news media here are reporting that Kev's a Christian - any of our Ozzie mates got any more info on that (Ie: what sort of a Christian, which denomination, how this stacks up with his voting record on ethical and moral issue etc)?
     
  9. Bob Farnaby

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    He's Anglican, (same brand as John Howard was/is) I'm persuaded that his christianity s real, his words and actions do point towards it. the link is to an address he gave a couple of years ago, before he became leader of the ALP, before he became Aus PM.

    http://www.wesleymission.org.au/releases/May05/050530c.asp

    From the above link, Kevin speaking - "This morning in Brisbane at our local Anglican church we sang three hymns by Wesley. Remember Wesley always claimed he died an Anglican. A premonition perhaps of my coming here tonight, but I doubt it. The last hymn we sang was And Can it Be, the battle hymn of Methodism. I think it has become the battle hymn of Christianity. My favourite verse in my favourite hymn runs like this: “When I defused a quickening ray I woke the dungeon flamed with light. My chains fell off, my heart was free, I rose, went forth and followed thee…”

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    Bob
     
  10. Matt Black

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    That's encouraging, thanks! Is he what we in the Anglican Communion would call a 'Sydney Anglican' or 'Jensenist'?
     
  11. Bob Farnaby

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    He's from Queensland .. they are different up there (just ask Briony .. ;) ) and is a thousand km from Sydney. I'm fairly sure he's more in the gerneral stream of Anglicans, not as evangelical as the Sydney Anglicans.

    Around Aus there is a quite wide range of Anglicans, from the evangelical to the Anglo-Catholic, to the liberals, to the social club , and the C & E ones. - and those who are Anglican because Aus is a christian country - so they must be anglican as they don't go to church ... The Anglicans are the second largest of the christian churches in Aus, after the RC's.


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    Bob
     

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