Australians want Julia Gillard gone, latest Newspoll reveals

May 30, 2011 | Posted by: Palawa | Full story: www.heraldsun.com.au

The latest Newspoll fails to deliver good news for Julia Gillard. Source: The Daily Telegraph ALMOST a year after becoming Prime Minister, voters do not approve of Julia Gillard and would kick Labor out of power if an election were held today.

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Since: May 11

Australia

#1 May 30, 2011
Her and all the dingbats that voted Greens! She'll be lucky to get out alive if she keeps her shite up!

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#2 May 30, 2011
Nutty New Flavour wrote:
Her and all the dingbats that voted Greens! She'll be lucky to get out alive if she keeps her shite up!
Actually the greens vote has gone up which is surprising and the coalition hasn't improved much. People want her gone, but they don't want the other choices and because of our illegal political system we have no options other than the contrived status quo.
Ze Trunks

Bankstown, Australia

#3 May 30, 2011
Dopey Australians need Paul Keating

Since: Aug 09

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#4 May 30, 2011
Ze Trunks wrote:
Dopey Australians need Paul Keating
Now that's funny as he was one of those who started this down hill spiral into idiocy, Keating was one of the worst leaders and treasurers in our history, along with Fraser and the destroying idiot Hawke.
Get rid of Gillard

Bentleigh, Australia

#5 Jun 2, 2011
Gillard insensitively and whilst gloating quaffs champagne when the RU486 vote passed and now 400 women in SA, her home state had to be hopsitalised because of mishaps suffered from taking that very dangerous drug! So she has no sensitivity nor good judgement about anything! Time to move Orstralia foward! ALP should form that very same view like Gillard did to Rudd, and get rid of the insensitive self serving Gillard!
JT Brissie

Shorncliffe, Australia

#6 Jun 4, 2011
Let's end this farce and give the people the right to vote the government in (Federal and QLD state). This labour govt are trying to show us they can fly many planes at one time. Problem is...they need to start landing some...if not, then call an election so we can get real action and results. Let the peoples voice be heard at the voting polls. Sick of hearing Julia, Wayne, Anna Bligh and Mr Lucas etc voice's promising,promising and nothing. Wayne Swan should have lost his job before Kevin 07 lost his!"Power to the People"
Ahomana

Australia

#7 Jun 5, 2011
Choosing to vote for anyone but "and I hate to say it but we have no real choices left" the independants seems to be our only path left, with the Liberal and Labor parties appearing to be mostly on the same page and the Greens and some independants only too willing to sell us all out for the right price, we are caught between rock and a hard place, but there could be a greater diversity with the Independants and a chance "albeit minor" that we could get our country mended or at least have some strong and open verbal disputes........
Alan The Great

Sydney, Australia

#8 Jun 16, 2011
Julia Gillard listens only to her own diatribe. Every policy she is trying to introduce will only damage the prosperity of this nation sooner than later. I URGE ALL AUSTRALIANS TO SAY NO TO:

THE MINING TAX
THE CARBON TAX
ACCEPTING ANY MORE REFUGEES DIRECTLY OR IN ANY EXCHANGE

She may be an aetheist but Australia is a Christian Country, this is not the right place for Muslims, send them all back, they do not want to live here and accept the Australian Culture.
William J

Australia

#9 Jul 1, 2011
Letís face it, whilst Labor is in government, the economy will shrink in to recession.

As a small business owner, I can assure everyone that my business has only grown and employed new staff under Liberal governments.

Since Labor won in 2007, our company has reduced staff by 17, 12 of those since Julia Gillard took over.

To add a personal comment here, I canít help but associate Julia Gillard and the way she speaks to that of FORREST GUMP and Wayne Swan must be the identical twin, as he wouldn't know if his box of chocolates was full or empty and wow, he's the treasurer (maybe his mother needs to give him some input)

Itís a shame Gillard and Swan doesnít share the same success Forrest Gump had with his business in the end.

What Australia needs is, a government that is elected, not formed by negotiations with minor radicals, a government all Australians will have confidence in, a government that will lead Australia back to prosperity.

When people have no confidence in a government, employers stop employing, people stop spending as job security is threatened, interest rates rise to combat inflation and the country comes to a standstill (recession).

Although inflation happens for many reasons, in my opinion the main cause is due to reduced turnover and profits in business (people not spending), hence increased prices to offset losses.

So it comes back to confidence in a government, if we have confidence in our government, employers will employ again, job security is returned, people start spending and the country will return to prosperity.

Forget all your small dislikes of John Howard, but really, was there ever a better time to live in Australia ?. Great wages, everything was affordable, first home buyers as young as 18, people buying investment properties, new cars we could never afford before, the list goes on.......

Without doubt, John Howard, the stubborn little man was the best Prime Minister this country ever had.

He spoke passionately about his love for Australia and his "fellow Australians", he was a true leader, the only Prime Minister that if I met, I would address as "Mr Prime Minister".

Tony Abbott may be a little rough around the edges, but one thing is for sure, he learnt a lot from John Howard and John Howard would be there "on tap" when and if Tony Abbott is elected.

A Liberal government is the only way forward for Australia, so I urge all Australians to make a noise, be heard and let Gillard and her useless government know we donít want them a day longer.

Thanks
Peter T Holmes

Australia

#10 Jul 1, 2011
William J wrote:
Letís face it, whilst Labor is in government, the economy will shrink in to recession.
As a small business owner, I can assure everyone that my business has only grown and employed new staff under Liberal governments.
Since Labor won in 2007, our company has reduced staff by 17, 12 of those since Julia Gillard took over.
To add a personal comment here, I canít help but associate Julia Gillard and the way she speaks to that of FORREST GUMP and Wayne Swan must be the identical twin, as he wouldn't know if his box of chocolates was full or empty and wow, he's the treasurer (maybe his mother needs to give him some input)
Itís a shame Gillard and Swan doesnít share the same success Forrest Gump had with his business in the end.
What Australia needs is, a government that is elected, not formed by negotiations with minor radicals, a government all Australians will have confidence in, a government that will lead Australia back to prosperity.
When people have no confidence in a government, employers stop employing, people stop spending as job security is threatened, interest rates rise to combat inflation and the country comes to a standstill (recession).
Although inflation happens for many reasons, in my opinion the main cause is due to reduced turnover and profits in business (people not spending), hence increased prices to offset losses.
So it comes back to confidence in a government, if we have confidence in our government, employers will employ again, job security is returned, people start spending and the country will return to prosperity.
Forget all your small dislikes of John Howard, but really, was there ever a better time to live in Australia ?. Great wages, everything was affordable, first home buyers as young as 18, people buying investment properties, new cars we could never afford before, the list goes on.......
Without doubt, John Howard, the stubborn little man was the best Prime Minister this country ever had.
He spoke passionately about his love for Australia and his "fellow Australians", he was a true leader, the only Prime Minister that if I met, I would address as "Mr Prime Minister".
Tony Abbott may be a little rough around the edges, but one thing is for sure, he learnt a lot from John Howard and John Howard would be there "on tap" when and if Tony Abbott is elected.
A Liberal government is the only way forward for Australia, so I urge all Australians to make a noise, be heard and let Gillard and her useless government know we donít want them a day longer.
Thanks
William,

I would vote for you as prime minister just on your inspiring clear comments

Our leaders need to take a look at what you say and if ever there was a person that could capture the publics attention it would be you

Perhaps a career in politics is where you should head or a least be a writer for the government

Since: Aug 09

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#11 Jul 1, 2011
Peter T Holmes wrote:
<quoted text>
William,
I would vote for you as prime minister just on your inspiring clear comments
Our leaders need to take a look at what you say and if ever there was a person that could capture the publics attention it would be you
Perhaps a career in politics is where you should head or a least be a writer for the government
Hey idiot, replying to your own posts, is a sign of gross idiocy.

Since: May 11

Australia

#12 Jul 2, 2011
Palawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey idiot, replying to your own posts, is a sign of gross idiocy.
However it is pretty hilarious:)
William J

Eastwood, Australia

#13 Jul 2, 2011
Palawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey idiot, replying to your own posts, is a sign of gross idiocy.
Palawa,

A good lesson here is, never leave your computer unattended when you have teenage kids in the house ! Does this clarify it for you ?.

Since: Aug 09

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#14 Jul 2, 2011
William J wrote:
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Palawa,
A good lesson here is, never leave your computer unattended when you have teenage kids in the house ! Does this clarify it for you ?.
You can't even provide a good lie, typical nutter.
William J

Sydney, Australia

#15 Jul 2, 2011
Palawa wrote:
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You can't even provide a good lie, typical nutter.
Palawa or should I say "PALAWANKER" !
Kathy M

Sydney, Australia

#16 Jul 14, 2011
William J wrote:
Letís face it, whilst Labor is in government, the economy will shrink in to recession.
As a small business owner, I can assure everyone that my business has only grown and employed new staff under Liberal governments.
Since Labor won in 2007, our company has reduced staff by 17, 12 of those since Julia Gillard took over.
To add a personal comment here, I canít help but associate Julia Gillard and the way she speaks to that of FORREST GUMP and Wayne Swan must be the identical twin, as he wouldn't know if his box of chocolates was full or empty and wow, he's the treasurer (maybe his mother needs to give him some input)
Itís a shame Gillard and Swan doesnít share the same success Forrest Gump had with his business in the end.
What Australia needs is, a government that is elected, not formed by negotiations with minor radicals, a government all Australians will have confidence in, a government that will lead Australia back to prosperity.
When people have no confidence in a government, employers stop employing, people stop spending as job security is threatened, interest rates rise to combat inflation and the country comes to a standstill (recession).
Although inflation happens for many reasons, in my opinion the main cause is due to reduced turnover and profits in business (people not spending), hence increased prices to offset losses.
So it comes back to confidence in a government, if we have confidence in our government, employers will employ again, job security is returned, people start spending and the country will return to prosperity.
Forget all your small dislikes of John Howard, but really, was there ever a better time to live in Australia ?. Great wages, everything was affordable, first home buyers as young as 18, people buying investment properties, new cars we could never afford before, the list goes on.......
Without doubt, John Howard, the stubborn little man was the best Prime Minister this country ever had.
He spoke passionately about his love for Australia and his "fellow Australians", he was a true leader, the only Prime Minister that if I met, I would address as "Mr Prime Minister".
Tony Abbott may be a little rough around the edges, but one thing is for sure, he learnt a lot from John Howard and John Howard would be there "on tap" when and if Tony Abbott is elected.
A Liberal government is the only way forward for Australia, so I urge all Australians to make a noise, be heard and let Gillard and her useless government know we donít want them a day longer.
Thanks
100% agree with you!! Julia and Wayne are sending this country down the toilet. And Julia is an embarrassment to all females...
nat

Northcote, Australia

#17 Jul 14, 2011
Its funny the other day my daughter said that she is really disappointed in Julia gilard and I said why and she said she is the first women prime minister and she it making women look bad, now that's coming from a 15 year old..so what's that telling us!!
William J

Australia

#18 Jul 15, 2011
I agree Nat & Kathy, as women are very capable leaders usually. I employ a female general manager in a male dominated trade environment and she's brilliant.

Unfortunately, Gillard shows no respect to the people of Australia by persisting down the lines of a Carbon Tax.

I've been reading many science articles on carbon recently and have found the following;

a: Carbon is the second most abundant chemical in all human and other life forms apart from water.
b: Carbon is the 18th most abundant chemical on earth.

If carbon is so BAD for the earth, why does nearly everything on earth contain carbon is some form.

Also, if carbon is that bad, why is it not a "FINE" for polluters doing the wrong thing. We all get fined if we speed or park incorrectly etc.

Taxes are only imposed on the things we ENJOY, NEED OR WANT" i.e., income, food, cars, services etc....(AND CARBON)

This is where Gillard has lost the plot - and the Greenies for that. Without carbon, there would be no trees (No Greenies either) and no life forms other than bacteria.

Yes, Gillard will most likely ruin the opportunity for other women to succeed as Prime Minister in Australia for as long as the word 'CARBON" is ever used - I understand that carbon is a 5700 + year cycle.

So perhaps the next female Prime Minister of Australia will be in 7711 +(God help us if its Kevin 7711 as well !)

Thanks
Twohorses

Capalaba, Australia

#19 Jul 15, 2011
Nutty New Flavour wrote:
Her and all the dingbats that voted Greens! She'll be lucky to get out alive if she keeps her shite up!
A Liberal supporter speaks his intelligent mind.

Of course he forgets or isn't even aware that John Howard had similar poll results during one of his terms in office and came back to win.

Polls two years out from an election are really a waste of time and simply serve to allow those creating the polls to express their own political views. It's all in what question you ask and how you ask them.

To demonstrate how dumb polls can be if they asked this question :

"Is Julia Gillard Prime Minister of Australia right now". The answer would have to be 100%. Next question :

"Is Tony Abbott negative?". Honest responses would also produce a 100% response. Next question :

"Does Tony Abbott have valid, costed and workable policies as alternatives to Labor's policies?" The answer again, if honest, would be almost 100%.

But they don't ask these questions do they? They ask personality based questions about two people only, not the whole of govt or the whole of the Opposition.

I mean if they asked "How many of you would support Bronwyn Bishop as a senior Cabinet posting?" You would have to say virtually none.

But they don't ask those questions.

Polls are statistcs. Lies, damned statistics. They can be read any way you want them. DO notice what the poll is called NEWS poll. Right. The same mob who have brought Britain the phone hacking nightmare and possiblt the US and Australia as well.

You're going to believe what THEY publish as fact? You're very gullible if you do.

I don't know what the real numbers would be today but it was only early this year that about 60% wanted action on climate change. They still do but listen to Abbott's lies about costs. That will disappear once the carbon price is in and you all see it costs you nothing unless you are rich. And even then virtually nothing.
Rupert

Australia

#20 Jul 15, 2011
I have taken personal responsibility to ensure that the Gillard government's downfall.

And that presumptuous Paul Keating had better shut up too.

Together with Gina we control all of you. Get used to it.

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