First TV Debate

Quiet morning, really.
Analysis of the TV debate last night fails to tell us anything new, other than Rudd cheated by using notes when he wasn’t supposed to. Big deal. He’s been lying and cheating for most of his political life: people are used to it.
Rather pleasingly, Abbott showed himself to not be a complete jerk, aquitting himself well enough. This bodes well for those (comme moi) eager for someone – if not ultimately Turnbull or Bernardi – to soon fix Rudd’s little red wagon.

Kevvie’s obviously scripted use of his hands to emphasise points was overdone at times, providing more tell-tale signs of his phoniness for those who still can’t get it.
Rudd finishes off the night by reminding everyone of his breathtaking artifice and flagrant opportunism with a big pledge on marriage equality. On this note, David Marr, and the rest of the Gay Gestapo who have long recognised Rudd’s fraud for what it is, will now probably vote for him, regardless.

The Greens were nowhere to be seen on the night.
Good.

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