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Old 12-04-2007, 03:11 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by Bilbo View Post
Australia has signed the Kyoto Protocol in Bali today.

I knew I could trust in Rudd. He looked like an honest man to me. Told ya.
Yes he did do well by signing Kyoto, it will take 90 days for Australia to become a full member though, but it's a step in the right direction. But Bilbo, just because he seems honest, don't just trust him. He's a politican, politicans always are selective as to what the public is informed of. He's doing the right thing so far, just make sure you analyse what politicians are doing and saying, don't just believe what they tell you.

Hopefully Rudd can amend the WorkChoices laws now. That will please the public more than signing Kyoto.

Concerning the Liberals, Nelson has been said to be very unpopular amongst the public according to polls. Looks like the Liberals should have chosen Turnbull instead to lead them, but Nelson can always turn things around.
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