Help wanted

(Source. HT: Oliver Hartwich)

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15 Responses to Help wanted

  1. Charles Bourbaki

    I’d like to apply, but I’m not sure how to answer the first four preliminary screening questions. I do know I’m not Wayne Swan, at least I think I do, although even that one is difficult.

  2. ar

    You will report to … Alan Jones.

    Does Bob Brown approve of this?

  3. John Comnenus

    It will be hard for the ALP to talk about Abbott’s relentless negativity after this. This really is scorched earth for the ALP.

  4. Rabz

    Love it – “Will you give working families an equitable agitation of the condiment dispenser?”

  5. ar

    It will be hard for the ALP to talk about Abbott’s relentless negativity after this

    Yes. They will stop spinning now for sure…

  6. John Comnenus

    ar,

    they won’t stop spinning, Abbott will be able to easily and convincingly bat back the relentless negativity charge. All I am saying is that the charge will lose most of whatever potency it had.

  7. H B Bear

    The ALP might not stop spinning but they will need a new spinner. Bruce Hawker has dealt himself out of the next Federal election unless he has a much better idea of the caucus numbers than it appears.

    Does he know something we don’t?

  8. Adrien

    I hear Berlusconi’s looking for a job. 🙂

  9. You forgot the questions bit if you actually click on the apply.

    “Questions About Your Application

    1. Do you have an opposition to gay marriage on the basis of political convenience? “*”
    YesNo

    2. Do you have a physical characteristic that would make you easily identifiable in satirical cartoons? “*”
    YesNo

    3. Do you believe that most problems in Australia can be solved with mindless negativity? “*”
    YesNo

    4. Will you give working families a fair shake of the sauce bottle? “*”
    YesNo

    5. Are you Wayne Swan? “*”
    YesNo “

  10. Rabz

    That idiot from the maldives?

  11. ME
    I would have a policy of doing absolutely nothing except implimenting a hiring freeze and a freeze on all hand out increases and pay increases. This way I couldn’t make any laws worse and would save money over time even balance a budget. The current government is much worse I would be even if I was dead lazy. It is pretty much a fact that my policies mentioned above would be better than the average Labor government.

  12. Mitchell Porter

    If anyone was wondering, here’s what a prime-ministerial CV looks like:

    http://pmindia.nic.in/cv.pdf

  13. Rob

    The ALP might not stop spinning but they will need a new spinner. Bruce Hawker has dealt himself out of the next Federal election unless he has a much better idea of the caucus numbers than it appears.

    Does he know something we don’t?

    He probably doesn’t want to have “ran the Labor party’s most disastrous campaign ” on his cv. Equally the real reason why he has excused himself from the Qld campaign.

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