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01 To be in France on ANZAC Day (Opinion, SMH 14 January 2008): On the eve of one of our nation's most sacred days, there was a call for KRudd to attend the Australian Government's first official dawn service at Villers-Bretonneux, on the Somme, organised by the Department of Veterans' Affairs. He did not attend.
02 To Save Families from Capitalism (Policy Magazine, The Centre for Independent Studies, August 2007): Writer Peter Saunders explains that the then-Labor leader was touting an expired theory of communal life in a market society.
03 To come clean on climate change (kalimina.blogspot.com, December 2007) Melbourne economist Harry Clarke flags the proposed 60 per cent emissions reduction by 2050 policy as political "bull-art".
04 Me! (vegsoc.org.au 04/02/09): The Vegetarian and Vegan Society of Queensland were so delighted to have been included in the mass mailout invite to the 2020 summit they proceeded, Corey Worthington-style, to invite their entire lentil-loving membership to Canberra.
05 Who needs Kevin Rudd when you can have a cardboard cut-out of him? (The Age, 22/02/09): Casting call for The Chaser: who can forget when those crazy pranksters in Opposition when they brought in a cardboard cut-out of the PM? Watch out Chaz and Andrew: Joe Hockey may be looking for his exit strategy.
- Alys Martin