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Saturday, August 25, 2007

The Chaser - Kevin Rudd Ad Spoof

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The Chaser - Kevin Rudd Ad Spoof

11 sec - 25/08/2007


Very Funny! copyright ABC



Thursday, August 23, 2007

Kevin Rudd: Christian conservative

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Kevin Rudd: Christian conservative

51 sec - 23/08/2007


Kev shows how to behave like a gentleman



Sunday, August 19, 2007

Kevin Rudd Strip Club New York

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Kevin Rudd Strip Club New York

42 sec - 19/08/2007


I don't remember ... I was drunk .... I was at a strip club .....


Friday, August 17, 2007

Kevin Rudd attacks Aussie Prime Minister John Howard over Obama remarks

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Kevin Rudd attacks Aussie Prime Minister John Howard over Obama remarks

6 min - 18/08/2007


kevinrudd.jpg Opposition Leader Kevin Rudd came out throwing hay-makers at John Howard for his viciously insipid statements against Obama. Howard said that al-Qaeda wants Barack Obama to win the election. The Democratic Party should view this clip over and over again. Update: Full transcript here . video_wmv Download (6856) | Play (6240) video_mov Download (2498) | Play (3959) The Australian: Mr Rudd said Mr Howard should be censured over his comment yesterday that terrorist network al-Qaeda would be hoping for a Democratic candidate to win next year's US presidential election.—It also accuses Mr Howard of “gross insensitivity” for lecturing the United States on Iraq when the war has claimed the lives of more than 3,000 US servicemen and women. Mr Rudd demanded that Mr Howard withdraw his comments unreservedly. (h/t to Scarce for the vid) (transcript below the fold) How can the man who is Prime Minister of this country come into this parliament and say that he is a person of experience on the question of national security when within the last 24 hours he has made the statement that, when it comes to the operation of al-Qaeda and its dealings in the world of international affairs today, somehow al-Qaeda is a terrorist organisation that would prefer to see a Democrat win the next presidential election rather than any other representative of another political party? The Prime Minister today has inserted that in fact he was only making a reference to Mr Obama, one of the US Democratic Party presidential candidates. It is important that we place this unequivocally on the record. Yesterday the Prime Minister gave this answer to a question in relation to the Obama plan: Yes, I think he is wrong. I mean, he is a long way from being President of United States. I think he is wrong. I think that that would just encourage those who wanted completely to destabilise and destroy Iraq and create chaos and victory for the terrorists to hang on and to hope for an Obama victory. If I were running al Qaeda in Iraq I would put a circle around March 2008 and pray as many times as possible for a victory— not only for Obama but also for the Democrats. That is not an addition invented by the Australian Labor Party. That is not an addition invented by anybody else. That was spoken, or would we dare say misspo- ken, yesterday by the Prime Minister of Australia on a matter of great consequence—that is, the future of this country’s relationship with the United States, particularly on the question of the future direction of Iraq policy. To accuse the Democratic Party of the United States of being al-Qaeda’s party of choice, to accuse the Democratic Party of being the terrorists’ party of choice, to accuse the party of Roosevelt, Truman, Kennedy and Johnson of being the terrorists’ party of choice is a most serious charge. I cannot understand how any responsible leader of this country can say to the nation that it is his serious view that the Democratic Party of the United States is the terrorists’ party of choice. But these are your words, Prime Minister. I did not invent them; they are yours. In this parliament today we gave you every opportunity to say that you got it wrong. The SPEAKER—Order! The leader will refer his remarks through the chair. Mr RUDD—We gave the Prime Minister every opportunity to say that it was wrong. It may have been that he got caught up in the flurry of the interview. It may have been that he did not hear it clearly. It may have been that he did not understand it clearly. I understand that these things can happen, but the Prime Minister was given not once, not twice but on three separate occasions in this place today an opportunity to say, ‘I got that wrong; I didn’t mean that.’ For him to pass up each of those opportunities says much about the partisan way this Prime Minister now views the relationship with our great American ally. Let us be absolutely clear about what is at stake here. This is not just an attack on a single US senator but an attack upon an entire political party. Here is where Australia’s national interest kicks in: the Democratic Party currently controls the majority in the United States House, controls the majority in the United States Senate and, within a year or so, may control the White House itself. In this parliament today, this country’s Prime Minister has reaffirmed that he describes this party as the terrorists’ party of choice. This is a serious matter. Prime Minister, can you imagine if I stood up in this parliament as the alternative Prime Minister and said to the people of Australia that the terrorists would be advantaged if the Republicans were to return to the White House at the next presidential election? Ponder for a moment how that would be regarded. How would it be seized on by those opposite? Can you imagine the reaction from those opposite if I stood at this dispatch box or appeared on national television and said that the Republicans, if they won, would cause an eruption of joy on the part of al-Qaeda and on the part of terrorists? This is a grave mistake and I fear that it reflects a deep view on the part of the Prime Minister about those within the US political system with whom he may not share a view.



Thursday, August 16, 2007

Ruddical! (The Kevin Rudd Clip Show)

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Ruddical! (The Kevin Rudd Clip Show)
unalive
7 min - 16/08/2007


Watch the adventures of opposition leader Kevin Rudd from the ALP as he endears himself to the voting public in order to defeat John Howard in the upcoming 2007 federal election and become the next Prime Minister of Australia.

Kevin Rudd also explains and demonstrates some of the methods a Labor government will use to deal with important issues such as climate change, the environment, workers rights, low cost housing, education and baby vomit.



Wednesday, August 8, 2007

National News: Kevin 07: Rudd launches campaign website

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National News: Kevin 07: Rudd launches campaign website
Fairfax Digital Productions
1 min - 08/08/2007


Labour leader Kevin Rudd has launched his new campaign site, Kevin07.com where you can buy your own Kevin 07 t-shirt.