My Latest Twitter Updates

  • @campbellcooney You have to go back to Bob Ellicott in the Fraser government to find an Aust AG who's resigned on those grounds. in reply to campbellcooney #
  • Had a Cook's tour of Springvale, Heatherton, Braeside, Kingston today. Freeways everywhere. Just appalling. #
  • @danupoyner I only retweeted! Can't think for myself. in reply to danupoyner #
  • The surroundings may be appalling but I think Isaacs, Holt, Hotham and Bruce are probably safe for Labor. #
  • Berated someone today for expressing a political viewpoint. Must stop listening to Alan Jones podcasts… #
  • Talk of secession in Western Australia, according to "PM". Let 'em merge with Hutt River. #
  • @tsvnq Oh god, I'm not in the mood to explain… in reply to tsvnq #
  • @G_Parker I thought this matter was settled in… I think 1933? in reply to G_Parker #
  • I'm available on the day of the NAPLAN… but do I want to work for $19/hour? #
  • WA secession is another reason for a republic. Those empirists in London found a loophole: http://bit.ly/9vokrn @steve_steve @G_Parker #
  • @sandraom Bugger – I knew I forgot to buy something on the way home… can you tweet her article? in reply to sandraom #
  • I've just discovered PayPal has an iPhone app. I'm a bit slow… http://bit.ly/91FKda #
  • I notice Inside Canberra is fuelling the story about Malcolm Turnbull considering a backflip this weekend on his retirement announcement. #
  • @Colvinius Isn't he the Tory Shadow Chancellor? in reply to Colvinius #
  • William Hague: "The Liberals are our sister party in Australia but we will work with whoever is elected." #
  • Just think, this time next week Hague could be Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs… #
  • The Clunes "Back to Booktown" festival is on this weekend: http://bit.ly/hgNAT #
  • The suppression order on identifying Melbourne barrister Nicola Gobbo has been lifted: http://bit.ly/bXw5Hj http://bit.ly/cyxo91 #
  • @gregreedee Well, seriously, I'm a junkie who has to know what everyone is saying! I listen to his main political interviews. in reply to gregreedee #
  • @JudeEkerick That piece is too smart by half. What's she complaining about – that politics is happening? It's pathetic. in reply to JudeEkerick #
  • @JudeEkerick And a journalist with access to a microphone for a couple of hours every day whining about being manipulated. Give me a break. in reply to JudeEkerick #
  • @JudeEkerick At least we're not doing it with guns… in reply to JudeEkerick #
  • @JudeEkerick Rudd bothers me as much as he bothers his other erstwhile supporters. But we've seen all this talk before. in reply to JudeEkerick #
  • @Drag0nista Hehehe…that's my beef – just because you happen to write words from the press gallery it doesn't mean you understand anything. in reply to Drag0nista #
  • @Drag0nista Then why does she play the game? The politicians are playing the game the media put in place. (Corrected tweet!) #
  • @JudeEkerick I hope you made a verbatim transcript… in reply to JudeEkerick #
  • @Drag0nista Yes, everyone's a commentator now and actually finding news is hard. I shall retract if I see a leaked Henry Report tomorrow. in reply to Drag0nista #
  • @Drag0nista That's why I love the Teddy Roosevelt quote about the man in the arena: http://bit.ly/F5YcO in reply to Drag0nista #
  • @Drag0nista Yes, I shouldn't have said "leak" … in reply to Drag0nista #
  • @Drag0nista It's the one Nixon quoted in his farewell remarks to the White House staff in 1974: http://bit.ly/9nsHxg in reply to Drag0nista #
  • My local State member, Laura Norder, is off to an inspiring start in the Victorian election campaign: http://twitpic.com/1jlmu0 #
  • Listen to this and then try to tell me the cigarette branding policy was merely a distraction from other issues: http://bit.ly/9LjsUa #
  • No-one wanted to see Gordon flash: http://bit.ly/dqlnpb – Leadership matters, but on its own it's not rewarded. #
  • Obesity: The latest threat to US national security http://bit.ly/aig1b5 – Generals call for a "robust child nutrition bill". #
  • Miichael Kroger is very interesting when he chooses to be "authentic". Looks like tonight is not one of those occasions. #Lateline #
  • Michael Kroger is staggered. #Lateline #
  • Which is what they said about Hawke…and Keating… RT @samanthamaiden: Kroger declares Rudd "worse than Whitlam" who at least had beliefs. #
  • Michael Kroger has his furrowed, worried brow working overtime tonight. #Lateline #
  • Kroger says the "average punter" hasn't woken up to what the political "insiders" have worked out about Rudd. #Lateline #
  • @samanthamaiden And when Whitlam was in I remember them praising the working-class authenticity of Chifley! in reply to samanthamaiden #
  • @zombiemao No, no, it was Curtin who was worse than Scullin… in reply to zombiemao #
  • It's time for Labor to fret: http://bit.ly/d0aO4Z – Peter Hartcher on Hanson's embrace of Abbott and the growing doubts about Rudd. #
  • RT @GhostWhoVotes: Fairfax reports that Turnbull is believed to have changed his mind and will run for Wentworth. http://bit.ly/dxgFzx #
  • How often in your life does the president grab your ass as you walk by? http://bit.ly/bRtUQ6 #
  • Spineless Rudd not worthy of wiping Gough's shoes: http://bit.ly/bbHG0d – Peter Van Onselen continues the Whitlam comparisons. #
  • … as does the Sydney Morning Herald: http://bit.ly/9oSs9Q #

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