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Kevin Rudd with Greg Cary

Posted by: 4bc.com.au | 5 December, 2012 - 10:33 AM
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4BC Mornings: Former Prime Minister  Kevin Rudds has  told 4BC Mornings announcer Greg Cary  that he believes global factors, were behind the RBA's decision. Rudd also takes questions from Cary's listeners in-studio.

Blog comments Your Say

  • China ~ State Capitalism. Well now is that not a soft fairy word for Communist Control.

    Amy Friday 7 December, 2012 - 6:22 AM
  • The GFC did not take Howard & Costello by surprise, they and the Liberal/National Party were saying quite clearly that there were stormy economic waters ahead and even spelled out very clearly what was on the horizon naming the pivots on which such an event would swing. The sub-prime mortgage market was a time bomb waiting to happen along with the sovereign debt to GDP ratio so many countries were carrying.

    On the other hand I shuddered when I heard Wayne Swan say that Australia was in no danger as the economy virtually runs on auto pilot and Kevin Rudd agreeing with him and referring to Costello as a doomsayer.

    I have a question for Wayne Swan and Kevin Rudd, if the Australian economy runs on auto pilot, how come Costello cleared the debt and had money in the Operating Account and had funded the Future Fund, why is the Account empty and Australian Sovereign Debt pushing toward $200 Billion.

    The unacceptable answer is that Howard & Costello had the MINING BOOM; that does not hold water for if the mining boom were over then why the Super Profits Tax on the mining industry?

    Amy Friday 7 December, 2012 - 5:44 AM
  • OK, your choice, which one of these do you suppose Therese has Kevien07 on?

    Prozac, Valium, Nitrazepam ~ Alodorm, Arem, Insoma, Mogadon, Nitrados, Nitrazadon, Ormodon, Paxadorm, Remnos, and Somnite

    Oxazepam ~ Alepam, Medopam, Murelax, Noripam, Opamox, Ox-Pam, Purata, Serax and Serepax.

    For have you ever know Kevin Rudd to be so even in his speech and manner!

    BELLA Friday 7 December, 2012 - 5:24 AM

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