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Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Writing speeches for Kevin (RR)

Its very surprising to find this article in the AGE ... its definitely worth checking out, and as you go through the comments you'll find it comes as no surprise to anyone that has worked in government previously.

However, i do differ from some of the comment in that i think the liberals empowered their ministers much more than kevin does.

thanks to IPA for pointing it out


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