Not Quite the Public Transport types…

Unaccustomed to travelling on public transport with the common proletariat, Janette and John Howard have made the headlines once again in the US by delaying a Qantas flight by one hour due to additional “cabin cleaning and “a lost passenger” according to Qantas.

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Howard’s End: Join the Tallyroom Spectators

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The National Tallyroom in Canberra on election night 2007 was a rowdy, raucous place. The crowd were after scalps, none more so than the Prime Minister John Howard’s. Every time one of the TV monitors showed the latest counting in the PM’s electorate of Bennelong or the ALP candidate Maxine McKew, there was loud cheering and screaming.

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Howard on top: Luck, Lies and Latham

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Watched Part 3 The Howard Years: Commander-in-Chief last night. Decided that my post yesterday should have been called: Luck, Lies and Latham.

Tony Blair and George W. Bush were his political referees for the Iraq war. Funny how the three of them are still sure that they were right about WMDs and Saddam Hussein’s support for Al Qaeda. Howard is still not prepared to accept any responsibility for the debacle.

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John Howard’s Commanding Performance

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Tonight is Episode 3 of The Howard Years: Commander-in-Chief

So here’s another installment in ‘The Poll that Counts’ video series: Tallyroom Tension. It has a small contribution from Fran Kelly the narrator of the ABC program.

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Howard Made History – Happy Anniversary!

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From ‘The Poll that Counts’ video series from the National Tallyroom in Canberra, to celebrate the first anniversary of the election of the Rudd government: Howard Made History

Just click the link. Enjoy!

The Howard Parrots

Another video from 2007 to celebrate The Howard Years: John Howard’s Dead Parrots Society.

They’re not dead, they’re resting!

Kevin Rennie

John Howard: not, not… responsible

For those who missed some of my videos from last year, The Howard Years has prompted me to give them a re-run. Also if you missed Episode 1, Change the Government, Change the Country, you can watch a broadband version by clicking the link.

Kevin Rennie