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Kana (vivant actuellement en/au PHILIPPINES) publié par lecteurs en réponse à cette histoire on 09/10/2013
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From today's AFR. They have a promotion of free <a href="http://grcrdlnnm.com">acsces</a> till 31Jan which I recommend people take up. The full story which a snapshot appears below is enlightening. The prospect of the current government being returned is being entertained.There is another article by Tony Walker on Abbott basically quoting some handwringing Liberal heavyweights on Abbott's unpopularity.Gillard and the princePAMELA WILLIAMS, EDITOR-AT-LARGEJulia Gillard has confounded critics and opponents both, with an unbroken belief in her own ability, from one day to the next, stretching weeks into months, until somewhat miraculously, a government which came into being in 2010, teetering on one foot in a driving wind, finds itself still standing as it enters the home straight of 2013.All of this is thanks to Gillard’s unshakeable confidence in herself. To critics, and even some supporters, it seemed at first deluded. But Gillard’s brash persistence is the key to her political resilience. She has managed to sustain powerful supporters by leveraging and feeding a mix of toxic hatreds (of her predecessor Kevin Rudd) and a personal office staff of gutter fighters and believers who will swarm anyone in her path – sometimes with charm and logic, often as not with stinging attacks.Deadly public polls showing the government on a trajectory to certain defeat have met the brick wall of Gillard’s self-confidence. She can break a touchstone election promise, she can brush off the embarrassment of being carried horizontally by protective police in Monty Python-esque TV footage, she can trip over on camera overseas, and she can face down months of sleaze allegations. She can find her judgment under fire on any number of crucial decisions. And yet she keeps popping back up. As do those around her.It may not win her another election, but Team Gillard has become the embodiment of how to win when you’re not winning.She has morphed from her early days as party leader when she gained a reputation for not listening to anyone – to building gravitas and grudging public respect. Voters might be waiting on their verandahs with baseball bats – to use the pungent words of former Queensland Labor premier Wayne Goss who lost his majority in the 1996 Mundingburra byelection, followed soon after by Paul Keating’s government – but Gillard and those around her have managed to frame a narrative – a hallucination some might say – where they are in with a chance.Of recent times, the government has launched major policies that can best be described as opaque when it comes to funding, and persisted with a fetish over the budget surplus which has now melted like ice sculpture. But again and again, Gillard has pushed back opponents – whether on the other side of politics, or the other side of her own caucus. Only once in recent times has she succumbed, and even then only at the hands of one of the silkier political henchmen on her team, Bob Carr, a survivalist from the he-who-punches-first school of the NSW Labor Right.
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Kana (vivant actuellement en/au PHILIPPINES) publié par lecteurs en réponse à cette histoire on 09/10/2013
Lien
From today's AFR. They have a promotion of free <a href="http://grcrdlnnm.com">acsces</a> till 31Jan which I recommend people take up. The full story which a snapshot appears below is enlightening. The prospect of the current government being returned is being entertained.There is another article by Tony Walker on Abbott basically quoting some handwringing Liberal heavyweights on Abbott's unpopularity.Gillard and the princePAMELA WILLIAMS, EDITOR-AT-LARGEJulia Gillard has confounded critics and opponents both, with an unbroken belief in her own ability, from one day to the next, stretching weeks into months, until somewhat miraculously, a government which came into being in 2010, teetering on one foot in a driving wind, finds itself still standing as it enters the home straight of 2013.All of this is thanks to Gillard’s unshakeable confidence in herself. To critics, and even some supporters, it seemed at first deluded. But Gillard’s brash persistence is the key to her political resilience. She has managed to sustain powerful supporters by leveraging and feeding a mix of toxic hatreds (of her predecessor Kevin Rudd) and a personal office staff of gutter fighters and believers who will swarm anyone in her path – sometimes with charm and logic, often as not with stinging attacks.Deadly public polls showing the government on a trajectory to certain defeat have met the brick wall of Gillard’s self-confidence. She can break a touchstone election promise, she can brush off the embarrassment of being carried horizontally by protective police in Monty Python-esque TV footage, she can trip over on camera overseas, and she can face down months of sleaze allegations. She can find her judgment under fire on any number of crucial decisions. And yet she keeps popping back up. As do those around her.It may not win her another election, but Team Gillard has become the embodiment of how to win when you’re not winning.She has morphed from her early days as party leader when she gained a reputation for not listening to anyone – to building gravitas and grudging public respect. Voters might be waiting on their verandahs with baseball bats – to use the pungent words of former Queensland Labor premier Wayne Goss who lost his majority in the 1996 Mundingburra byelection, followed soon after by Paul Keating’s government – but Gillard and those around her have managed to frame a narrative – a hallucination some might say – where they are in with a chance.Of recent times, the government has launched major policies that can best be described as opaque when it comes to funding, and persisted with a fetish over the budget surplus which has now melted like ice sculpture. But again and again, Gillard has pushed back opponents – whether on the other side of politics, or the other side of her own caucus. Only once in recent times has she succumbed, and even then only at the hands of one of the silkier political henchmen on her team, Bob Carr, a survivalist from the he-who-punches-first school of the NSW Labor Right.
Voir toute la discussion
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