- Sep 18, 2008
It is a considered right of passage to use the talent of people who have risen to the top of their game.
Yes, those who stayed at the top due to their obvious talents, not those dumped because of incompetence and inability to carry out the job.
The arrogance of Malcolm in determining what is best for the world, when he probably has no idea what the role calls for and the credentials needed is appalling;
Why wouldn't he know? Is it just the Labor party that knows?
the task of foreign diplomats and professional diplomats is not party politik but a esprit de corps of people who speak a language and semaphore that cuts through personality and petty party hates.
Hardly a talent of Rudd. Need one repeat what Labor said about him
I'm sure there is an army of armchair Australians out there who looked on with glee at seeing our man get his just deserts at the hands on Malcolm....
If it was his just deserts why are you complaining?
I just wonder how many of those people understand how international politics works and how thick the hides of the people in there are.
Probably as many as who think Rudd should have got the role.