Teflon Kev may end up covered in mud

Kevin Rudd is hell-bent on becoming Australia's best ever social media campaigner this election period. But we can expect a few public jabs at the PM from all angles, including his own party.

Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's decision to go to the polls on September 7, a week earlier than Julia Gillard had planned, is an admission that his series of quick fixes in a range of policy areas simply isn’t working.

He has been slammed for causing policy uncertainty on carbon pricing, with the arbitrary move to bring forward the emissions trading scheme by a year.


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