Batt Man Returns

Kevin Rudd slams PM for claiming ‘first ever’ call out of reservists during bushfires.

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22 Responses to Batt Man Returns

  1. Robbo says:

    Rudd is a petulant poseur who simply fails to understand that nobody is interested in his petty points. Surely there must be someone who has his ear who is prepared to tell him to shut up and fuck off. We’ve all had more than enough from that oxygen thief.

  2. nb says:

    Battman and sidekick Robin, burning the midnight oil.

  3. Amused says:

    How did they sleep while the houses were burning?

  4. RobK says:

    From the linked article:
    … bushfires of 2009 when he, as the prime minister, worked with the government of then-Victorian Premier John Brumby to respond to the disaster which resulted in 173 deaths.
    Do you blame Kev, Brumby or the ABC?

  5. Bruce says:

    Low twenties here in BrizVegas at 8PM. Real apocalyptic stuff.

  6. Sunbird says:

    You may be sickened at the thought that Iran could just blow an airliner out of the sky but don’t forget America did the same thing in the eighties.

  7. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    From Sunbird at 9:40 pm

    “You may be sickened …blow an airliner out of the sky …”

    What has that got to do with the Rudd woman? Or do you routinely leave this meaningless note on numerous posts?

  8. Whalehunt Fun says:

    America did the same thing in the eighties.

    At least it wasn’t one of their own FFS.

  9. 132andBush says:

    Rudd is the sort of bloke who has no really close friends, the ones that if you’re lucky in life you may have two, three or four of. He has associates, acquaintances, LinkedIn.
    Same goes for Turnbull.
    Sad, hollow people.

  10. Howard Hill says:

    Rudd is the sort of bloke who chews on his own ear wax, nuff said!

  11. Mark A says:

    #3290595, posted on January 12, 2020 at 10:58 pm

    Rudd is the sort of bloke who has no really close friends, the ones that if you’re lucky in life you may have two, three or four of.

    Funny I was thinking about friendship the other day , can’t recall the reason why, and came to the same conclusion.

    Having a couple of really good friends, who are there for you in all circumstances is a blessing.
    You have to be the same for them goes without saying.

  12. bemused says:

    Rudd is the sort of bloke who has no really close friends,

    I can’t remember who said it (Richardson?), but the statement was, or words to the effect that ‘Everyone likes Kevin Rudd, until they meet him.’

  13. Mother Lode says:

    KRudd was already a man(?) of insuperable ego when he was burrowing his way through the QLD power midden.

    Then he got into Federal politics and the Labor party told him all those private beliefs and stories he told himself were true and moreover, that everyone else in the country believed them.

    It is one thing to have belief in yourself, but to have the world tell you gives license to take it to a whole level.

    His party turning on him and the sight of the nation dismissing him is too much. He can dimly perceive the fact of his own irrelevance, but that fact was only ever a small portion of his attachment to the belief. His ego still has him anchored to that overpowering self opinion.

    He would have been happier being left alone in QLD consigning helpless anonymous hospital patients to their deaths under his cack-handed departmental regime.

  14. Porter says:

    Seriously how the hell did we end up with such psychopaths in politics? Rudd, Turnbull, Wong, Bob Brown, Hanson-Young, that commie Scottish git, the list goes on and on …

  15. Up The Workers! says:

    Has Krudd been charged with “Industrial Manslaughter” over those tragic deaths of the 4 insulation installers in his mad A.L.P. vote-buying scam yet, or like Bill Shorten is he considered to be corruptly above the law due to the fact that he was Parliamentary Leader of the A.L.P. and can therefore ‘get away with murder’?

    For that matter, did multi-millionaire Krudd ever personally apologise to the bereaved relatives, or pay them compensation from all his Socialist squillions?

  16. Shy Ted says:

    that commie Scottish git,
    Funny you should mention Doug Cameron, Porter but he was interviewed on the ABC yesterday, probably an old one rerun. Describes himself as an incorrigible alcoholic and pain in the arse. Reckons he’d have drunk himself to death but for his wife mending his ways. Fits in perfectly for a union and ALP career.

  17. Shy Ted says:

    In a perverse way what KRudd is actually saying is “my body count is bigger than your body count”. Biggest ever in peace time, Kev, you win.

  18. Phill says:

    Seems to me, from the wording in the article, that either Rudd had misunderstood the question, or the press changed the question to create a controversy. Regulars are often deployed to fight fires or provide support, in bad bushfire years. Reservists are not. Rudd was talking about Regulars.

  19. Professor Fred Lenin says:

    Kelvine Rubbd ? Who the hell is she ? Never ‘eard of the bugger . Works for the untidy nayshuns does it ? ,is that the u.n. Shithouse cleaner ?

  20. Tony Tea says:

    The worst ever Australian has no right to criticise anyone.

  21. Kae says:

    The only thing Rudd could slam is a door.

  22. TBH says:

    Yep that’s what this issue needs, the opinion of Kevin Fucking Rudd.

    Piss off you utter intellectual lightweight.

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