The top 5 things Google thinks Kevin Rudd needs:

The top 5 things Google thinks Kevin Rudd needs:

03 March 2012 By Lawyers Weekly

To find out what the internet thinks you need, simply type "your name needs" into Google.01 To be in France on ANZAC Day (Opinion, SMH 14 January 2008): On the eve of one of our

To find out what the internet thinks you need, simply type "your name needs" into Google.

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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.

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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

The top 5 things Google thinks Kevin Rudd needs:
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