Any ramblings that are annoying you, democratically speak out. My issue is Rudd, Rudd, Rudd and more Obama, Obama, Obama.
Rudd - Blaming Howard on not predicting that Western Australia would go through an economic period, that was stronger then the actual percentage growth of China. And not forseeing that they need an extra 50,000 workers in the state already. Let me say, I doubt any nation in the world other then Iran, would have 'wanted' to get an economy the strength of WA's so quickly.
I know he has not said this but all this rhetoric about "Howard failing to act on 10 reserve bank warnings on loss of productivity and skills training" annoys the sh*t out of me.
"Loss of productivity" Mainly cause by the mining boom where we send imbiciles who have no idea up, because the demand for workers is so high. Forcing a lack of productivity because of on job training.
"Skills Training" Argument can be made there, but seriously it is a two speed economy, caused by China that will cripple many parts of the East Coast, but to say Howard is to blame for the inflation (largely caused) by Western Australia...is not all what Mr Rudd says it is.
And Obama is a clown of epic proportions, tieing minimum wage to rises in inflation, with the capping of Interest Rates. Unemployment of 30% and rampant inflationary pressures, yet bringing more protectionism into the American economy. America don't vote another stupid president in, just because he has charisma, the policies don't stack up and is even worse then Rudd, which is saying something.
Send him to the moon, before letting him become the most powerful man in the world.
Rudd actually implement some actual decision making as Prime Minister, not just a blame, lets shift it here, lets look at long term goals. Lets look at the present and look at real policies that will enable long term fixing of the inflation problem, but may result in a loss of political points.
How much do you give a stuff about the agricultural based society of Tasmania, basically living on handouts, with higher unemployment because federal policy and tax rates favour the mining boom states of Queensland and Western Australia.
I look forward to seeing how you cope with the economic environment to come...