Tuesday, March 27, 2007

On message

Gerard Henderson, in today's Sydney Morning Herald, on Work Choices:

. . . over the past year about 250,000 jobs were created, real wages increased and industrial disputes were at their lowest levels since records were introduced just before World War I.
John Howard, speaking with Radio National Breakfast's Fran Kelly on Work Choices:
We've had, what, more than a quarter of a million more jobs created, wages have continued to rise strongly and strikes at their lowest level since 1913.
Why don't the two of them just get together and write a fucking jingle?

(HT: Mikey)