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Kelty's call as scandal engulfs Labor
Labor have been given a wake-up call from Union stalwart Bill Kelty. Jason Morrison reveals his frank and open speech on the hope and trust the Australian people once had in the party, and how it has diminished.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard has refused to say whether she believes embattled MP Craig Thomson. Paul Murray speaks with her about his claims of being set up, and allegations of financial misuse.
Fair Work Australia claims Craig Thomson used more than $200,000 in HSU funds to pay for his 2007 election campaign. Paul Murray runs through the analysis by the Electoral Commission and their findings.
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Kelty is right, start by saying that "dangerous climate change" is all a lie, tell the people we just asked for another 50 billion extension on the credit card. All this while Swanny says we are the envy of the world, I must have misse3d something somewhere.Joe Saturday 19 May, 2012 - 3:51 PM
"The problem with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people's money." - Margaret Thatcher..
... remember that you Greens, boat people and the Corrupt ALP...Dave Friday 18 May, 2012 - 11:07 PM
Kelty was an uncompromising fighter for the working people. He was never afraid to confront the big end of town or even others on his side of politics on points of principle.Terrence Friday 18 May, 2012 - 5:56 PM
To the Lieberal stooge who used my name in his post on the 17th, why do you hide behind other people? If you want to say something in Phony's favour just come out and say it openly, you don't have to hide like your leader does!Terrence Friday 18 May, 2012 - 5:54 PM
Peter B. 'Double digit interest rates'??? What, you mean like the 17.5% we had under Keating along with and the Recession 'we had to have' and the $96 billion dollar debt the Howard government inherited. A Labor Government was out for 11 after that. This one may even go 'out' for longer!Susan Friday 18 May, 2012 - 2:15 PM
Kelty never contributed anything to Australian politics and society. If anything he is one of the inate problem backroom boys within their utterly rotten fabian, labor party mob. I say bugger off you 'has been' fool of a man. The massive damage is done and the only way to try to correct that is for a national election RIGHT NOW YOU FOOL. F OFF.Samuel J Thursday 17 May, 2012 - 9:06 PM