My Latest Twitter Updates

  • Watching Gillard's press conference… this is just embarrassing. #ausvotes #
  • Would you ever consider a citizens' assembly on asylum seekers, Gillard is asked. #ausvotes #
  • RT @AustralianLabor: Speech: Julia Gillard, "Moving forward together on Climate Change" http://dlvr.it/2wX29 #ausvotes #
  • How do you prevent the mining companies stacking the citizens' assembly, Gillard asked. #ausvotes #
  • Gillard to media: For a group of media who place so much store in opinion polls, how can you doubt a citizens' assembly is beyond our wit. #
  • Guess who Alex voted for last December…RT @TurnbullMalcolm: Alex Somlyay's campaign office at Nambour is opened! http://twitpic.com/27q0h5 #
  • RT @AndrewBartlett: I honestly, seriously cannot believe how truly terrible Labor's climate change 'policy' is. Gobsmacked. Flabbergasted. #
  • I notice Abbott used the expression "as sure as night follows day" in his W.A. press conference. Where is Andrew Peacock these days? #
  • Facts alone will never assuage community anxiety http://auspol.info/cgkhEK – acknowleding voter concern is legitimate says @GoodRepMatters #
  • Christine Milne: "If she will not lead, she will be driven to a carbon price." #ausvotes #
  • @theburgerman Series links are up today – thanks so much. in reply to theburgerman #
  • On climate, Gillard talks of "building consensus beyond Parliament House" and "politicians talking to politicians". Sensible? #ausvotes #
  • Going back or forward? Australian vote leads the way http://auspol.info/bwXQE3 EJ Dionne in the Washington Post. #
  • Mark Latham's piece in the Financial Review today is a compelling analysis of the plight of the ALP. #ausvotes #
  • Actors at Work at Melbourne Arts Centre http://twitpic.com/27thzj #
  • Very peaceful in Reader's Feast http://twitpic.com/27tsxk #
  • And look who I found – up to date as well. http://twitpic.com/27ttp9 #
  • "Howard had his class of '98", says Nicholas Stuart in his new book. He means the class of '96… #
  • There's a monograph for someone – a look at Rudd's class of '07. Apart from McKew, who stuck with him at the end? #
  • Flinders Street – always a grand sight. http://twitpic.com/27u4xm #
  • There's still time to see the European Masters at the National Gallery of Victoria. http://twitpic.com/27uara #
  • @zmkc No! in reply to zmkc #
  • @tsvnq Sometime in October, although I believe some of the good stuff is leaving earlier. in reply to tsvnq #
  • Gillard and Abbott are both political pygmies, hollow and cowardly, with small ambitions, says @LaurieOakes: http://auspol.info/bu3XYx #
  • And of course he's right. This Friday 23rd July was the day Gillard lost the trust of rusted-on members and supporters of her party. #
  • @clubwah Yes. in reply to clubwah #
  • Oakes also debunks the disgraceful comparison Gillard made with the Whitlam and Hawke introduction of Medibank/Medicare. #
  • A-PAC has just shown the Qld speech Gillard gave that was interrupted by a protestor. She didn't even have the wit to amend her speech. #
  • @Drag0nista I don't think it does. Unless there's a dip in the next round of polls, I think it's all over. Abbott is unelectable. in reply to Drag0nista #
  • Women rally to Gillard ALP leads in Nielsen poll, 54-46 http://auspol.info/beiPgn – Qld still a problem, ALP primary 42%, Women 58-42. #
  • @Drag0nista Sorry, Hartcher belled the cat on what? in reply to Drag0nista #
  • @Drag0nista Well, this week has been a bit unusual… love my sleep. in reply to Drag0nista #
  • Nielsen poll suggests ALP could lose big in Qld marginals but pick up seats elsewhere. In Victoria, the 2PP is 56-44 . #
  • 56-44 in Victoria would deliver La Trobe and McEwen to the ALP. It would put Aston at risk. #
  • @Drag0nista Exactly – the Green vote is the one to look for in the next round of polls. in reply to Drag0nista #
  • @Drag0nista I need regular sleep but not as much as I once did. in reply to Drag0nista #
  • Nielsen says 62% says Rudd's replacement makes no difference to their vote. #
  • Gillard the archetypal professional prime ministerial procrastinator, says Peter Hartcher. http://auspol.info/9gOfW0 #
  • I am woman! See my polling! http://auspol.info/aBzSSA – Michelle Grattan on Day 7 of the election campaign. #
  • RT @sspencer_63: 1st week polls (ALP 1st): Newspoll 55-45; Morgan 55.5-45.5; Nielsen 54-46. #
  • RT @sspencer_63: Abbott needs good debate, a rate rise, some bold policies. #
  • @sspencer_63 So you're really saying it's all over? in reply to sspencer_63 #
  • @Drag0nista Rudd's boy, eh? So where's Gillard's boy or girl? in reply to Drag0nista #
  • .@BridgetOFlynn Yes, you're right – Morgan Poll is ALP 55.5 -44.5 Full details here: http://auspol.info/awMTyh #
  • RT @WilliamBowe: Westpoll: ALP 2PP 54% in Hasluck, 51% in Canning, 48% in Swan, 47% in Cowan. Overall swing to ALP 1% … #
  • RT @WilliamBowe: … 2.5% error margin http://bit.ly/8Y206E #
  • @rhysam I'm just watching tonight's edition now. Much better than last night. in reply to rhysam #
  • Hugh Mackay says the election result is a formality. We already have a new PM. http://auspol.info/caNnKy #
  • @unsungsongs She's already in 24th place out of 27! http://auspol.info/atFB8e in reply to unsungsongs #
  • Gillard's climate change consensus gimmick is like waiting for Godot, says Paul Kelly: http://auspol.info/96GBZG #
  • @djackmanson Yes, afterall Frank Forde's 7 days is the greatest trivia question in the history of Australian trivia! in reply to djackmanson #

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