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Albanese's 'borrowed lines' gaffe

Posted by: 2UE | 28 January, 2012 - 2:17 PM
Democracy comes knocking at the door of Anthony Albanese

Labor frontbencher Anthony Albanese is continuing to cop heat for using snippets of a Hollywood Movie in a press club address. Caught out by Lyndal Curtis who talks to John Stanley about the Transport Minister's gaffe.

 

 


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  • The silly little man. He is as bad as Madame Jul-liar - blame everything on Tony Abbott. It appears the Gillard camp does not realise that Mr Abbott is not a member of their utterly failed, woefully incompetent labor/greens/turncoat stuffed minority, temporary national 'government.'

    Rakesh Aduk Sunday 29 January, 2012 - 10:20 AM
  • Oh the silly little man - trying to make himself sound like a statesman with his plagiarising lofty words from an American movie focusing on leadership and hopelessness! And he thoroughly stuffed it! The poor simple thing has neither the perspicacity nor the plain common sense to write his own lines. A wasted space indeed!

    Justin J Sunday 29 January, 2012 - 7:10 AM
  • The problem here is we have a very highly paid, low level, lazy man in a top level, senior ministerial position in the inept Gillard Labor govt. Suitably named, Phony Tony Albanese who is a total disgrace and not fit to be a minister in a 3rd world govt. He is a very rude, arrogant, egotistical 'inconsequential' disrespectful man incapable of even stringing a few of his own sentences together. I note that "hyperbol" Prime Minister Julia Gillard is the same as phony Tony Albanese, she is always looking for her paid speech writers. And Gillard is always pretentiously waffling on about her education. How pathetic are these dumb, unintelligent people in govt...

    corinne Saturday 28 January, 2012 - 4:10 PM

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