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Julia moves into the lodge

By johnboy - 27 September 2010 19

Katakami News Indonesia brings word that Ms Gillard and sig other have moved into The Lodge, which should make life much easier for those in charge of her security.

Mr Mathieson’s top priority was finding out whether there was a decent coffee machine on the premises.

“I don’t know whether there is one here, so I’ve got to check it out soon,” he said.

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Julia moves into the lodge
Thumper 8:29 am 28 Sep 10

Interestingly, Keating turned up to give Howard a hand and tell him when the bins needed putting out, etc. Then Howard turned up when Rudd moved in to show him around the place.

I note that no-one turned up to give Gillard a hand. Well, no former residents.

justin heywood 9:19 pm 27 Sep 10

Skidbladnir said :

….Voting on historic loyalties instead of forward policies as I’m guessing you also do…..

And that is how about 96% of the population vote. Many people CLAIM to be swinging voters. Most are lying.

p1 8:51 pm 27 Sep 10

Pork Hunt said :

Who has ever heard of a straight male hairdresser? I just hope coming out of the closet does not bring the govt down..

When I heard the Gulia’s partner was a hair dresser, I assumed it must mean SHE was gay. Then I found out he was a dude.

screaming banshee 8:48 pm 27 Sep 10

bd84 said :

Why did she move in? I remember months ago just after she knived krudd that she said she would not move in until she was legitimately voted in by the Australian people. We did not vote her in as prime minister and her government is not stable enough to be legitimate. She should keep her word since she won’t be there for long.

I can’t decide. The venom in the post says its Tony Abbott, but the whining seems like authentic Christopher Pyne.

krats 7:34 pm 27 Sep 10

bd84 said :

Why did she move in? I remember months ago just after she knived krudd that she said she would not move in until she was legitimately voted in by the Australian people. We did not vote her in as prime minister and her government is not stable enough to be legitimate. She should keep her word since she won’t be there for long.

And the saints did not win last week end because…
And your Lotto numbers did not win because…
And your car would not start because…

Give HER/HIM a break.You L.N.P supporter!!!

Pork Hunt 7:27 pm 27 Sep 10

Who has ever heard of a straight male hairdresser? I just hope coming out of the closet does not bring the govt down..

Woody Mann-Caruso 6:57 pm 27 Sep 10

We did not vote her in as prime minister

That’s OK – we did.

Thumper 6:20 pm 27 Sep 10

well, she is the PM, therefore she can live in the lodge.

Sounds all hunky dory to me.

First sitting is going to be worth watching though 🙂

Skidbladnir 5:16 pm 27 Sep 10

bd84 said :

We did not vote her in as prime minister and her government is not stable enough to be legitimate.

bd, we shot you down last time you tried it, and now you’ve only barely changed your phrasing.
Her government hasn’t even had a sitting of parliament or introduced a single law for passage yet, so there hasn’t been any test of stability, and the Coalition would be in a situation equally as poor if you want to drag in legitimacy.
(You do understand what ‘coalition’ means and why they call it one, right?)

In any case, just calm down. If you burn up all your forum support on stupid claims now, how will you be any use later on?
Get back on your leash and stay there until there’s something solid to base an attack on.
(and there will be something, don’t worry)

By the way, if you’re voting based on potential PM then you’re doing it wrong, as Bennelong proved how easily a spanner can be thrown into the machine.
(Voting on historic loyalties instead of forward policies as I’m guessing you also do, that’s a whole other problem…)

bd84 4:07 pm 27 Sep 10

Why did she move in? I remember months ago just after she knived krudd that she said she would not move in until she was legitimately voted in by the Australian people. We did not vote her in as prime minister and her government is not stable enough to be legitimate. She should keep her word since she won’t be there for long.

PBO 4:03 pm 27 Sep 10

Since she is not married and living in sin with a glorified hairdresser, shouldnt we call it the Bordello from now on?

Primal 3:25 pm 27 Sep 10

He’s got better priorities than both major parties!

JessicaNumber 3:13 pm 27 Sep 10

I was aware that the first dude enjoys a coffee, but still I’m a little disappointed that he thought of coffee before foosball. If I were the prime minister’s partner, I’d be down at the pinball supplier in Mitchell within about two minutes.

johnboy 2:25 pm 27 Sep 10

Well it’s in a lot of outlets. I like to keep things fresh.

arthwollipot 1:04 pm 27 Sep 10

The only question I have is…

why is this coming to us through the Indonesian news?

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