Happy to talk about it more in-depth if you want. firstname.lastname@example.org
What do white ants (termites) do?
It was advertised on the Victorian public service website. I agree that knowing somebody who is already in the organisation helps, but that didn’t apply to me. I knew very few people in Victoria, much less people who worked in the public sector.
Hey troll, lets play your game: kill yourself.
I applied for it, attended an interview, and received a job offer. It’s an entry-level role so not that difficult to get.
I’m still studying law part-time, and I work in the public service.
Loyalty is important, but so is preserving and building on our important reforms.
I was never a Young Liberal, or a member of the Liberal Party or Queensland LNP. I was a classical liberal, and as such I had no political home. As soon as I started to critically look at those views I started to drift away from them.
Dr Bombay is literally just what the doctor ordered. (Doctors should be able to prescribe gin).
I will be voting for the Labor Party either way, to preserve the reforms we’ve pushed through and to build on them. I’ll also be campaigning as much as I can for the Party in the lead-up to the election because I think we have a great story to tell. My view on the leadership seems entirely immaterial to that.
I have an enormous amount of respect for PM Gillard, and believe that she will be remembered by history as one of the greatest. But what I think doesn’t matter; I’m not a swing voter (like most people), and that is ultimately what we must consider.
Well that seems unlikely.
Some of his tactics will lose traction because much of his strategy has been personally directed at PM Gillard. I blame this solely for the lowering of political standards in this country. But I also have no doubt that the Coalition has a dirt filing cabinet full of material to use against PM Rudd.
I do not believe that it is sensible or prudent to go into an election knowing that we are going to lose everything we’ve achieved knowing that we have an alternative that we will not call upon because … um, “fuck him.”
Goin’ round the … uh, twist … of RUDDMENTUM.
I don’t own any swimwear of any kind.
Two-state solution seems to be the way forward. I’m not well read-enough or intelligent enough to comment on this policy area in a cogent way, so I’ll leave it at that.
Probably the national disability insurance scheme. It finishes another great Labor reform - Medicare - and having spoken to voters who it will directly affect, I am proud that the Gillard Government pushed this initiative through, funded it appropriately, and won bipartisan support. It is one of those things that will hopefully be above politics over the long-term.