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Last updated on July 16th, 2017 at 09:27 am
Alan Attwood is in love:
Thank you, Kevin Rudd, for being 50 and yet marvellously, miraculously, inspirationally representing all things fresh and vital and energetic …
UPDATE. Trouble for Kevni:
One of the Labor Party’s star candidates, former army lawyer Mike Kelly has endorsed capital punishment a week after Kevin Rudd publicly confirmed the ALP’s opposition to state-sanctioned executions.
Colonel Kelly, who Labor hopes will win the marginal bell-wether seat of Eden-Monaro from Special Minister of State Gary Nairn, has revealed his role in the execution of notorious Somalian warlord, Hussan Gutaale Abdul in April, 1993.
“I have absolutely no personal regrets about Gutaale’s execution,” Colonel Kelly told The Canberra Times.
“I’ll have to admit that even when I saw him wallowing in his own blood and excrement I felt no remorse or pity, only relief.
“There was no other way of stopping him.”
A Labor candidate has been forced to resign on the eve of Kevin Rudd’s crucial televised election debate with Prime Minister John Howard.
Labor campaign headquarters forced the candidate for the Queensland seat of Maranoa, Shane Guley, to quit after allegations he acted as a union thug, assaulting one of his managers and routinely intimidating co-workers.
At least he didn’t execute anybody.