Which Aussie PM Said That?
So, you think you know your Australian politics? Well, it’s time for you to play Which Aussie Prime Minister Said That? Good luck!
1. “I don’t die easily, do I?”
2. “The Leader of the Opposition is more to be pitied than despised, the poor old thing. The Liberal Party of Australia ought to put him down like a faithful old dog because he is of no use to it and of no use to the nation.”
3. “While I think men and women are equal, they are also different and I think it’s inevitable and I don’t think it’s a bad thing at all that we always have, say, more women doing things like physiotherapy and an enormous number of women simply doing housework.”
4. “I say further that our system of education should be unsectarian.”
5. ‘I’m not having hundreds of f###ing Vietnamese Balts coming into this country with their religious and political hatreds against us.”
6. “There will be some days I delight you, some days I disappoint you. On every day I will be working my absolute hardest for you.”
7. “My point was that the war was intrinsically wrong, and as a result of our participation we haven’t improved Australia’s security but created a greater danger at home and abroad.”
8. “We will decide who comes to our country.”
9. “We are lagging far behind comparable countries in overcoming the disadvantages Indigenous people face.”
1. Kevin Rudd; 2. Paul Keating; 3. Tony Abbott;
4. Edmund Barton; 5. Gough Whitlam; 6. Julia Gillard;
7. Bob Hawke; 8. John Howard;