Malaysian born Chinese girl - The next Aussie Prime Minister?

From: kangarooistan
Date: Wed, 24 Jun 2009 04:13:52 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Wed, Jun 24 2009 7:13 pm
Subject: Malaysian born Chinese girl takes strips off Aussie meatheads in Canberra

Penny Wong was born in Malaysia and elected into Canberra politics as
the FIRST Asian born woman in Australian Federal politics representing
South Australia

She takes strips off the men when she debates in Parliament

GREAT to hear her inaction in debates, she will do very well if she
keeps it up , and so will Australia , golly she makes the men look
like drunken meat headed football playing fools

listening to politics on the radio its amazing to hear how very very
effective the two women are , not just pretty faces they take strips
off the blokes in debates

Why not listen in and see if we can force them to start telling the
TRUTH , , and start debating REAL issues and not waste time sniping
lies about "non existent emails" and Israeli USA propaganda , or
wasting time on trivial garbage

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Women doing very well in federal Politics lately ,there was a very
very good education available a decade or two ago


Preferably not aussie born drunken meatheaded LIARS

Why not elect MORE women like Penny and Julia, they run rings around
the men in Parliament

Penny Wong

Senator The Honourable Penny Wong

Australian Senator for South Australia

Assumed office
1 July 2005
Minister for Climate Change and Water

Born 5 November 1968 (1968-11-05) (age 40)
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
Nationality Australian
Political party Australian Labor Party
Residence Australia
Alma mater University of Adelaide


Penelope "Penny" Ying-yen Wong (Traditional Chinese:黃英賢,Hanyu
Pinyin:Huáng Yīngxián; born November 5, 1968), Australian Labor Party
politician, is the current and first Australian Minister for Climate
Change and Water.

She has been a member of the Australian Senate since 2002,
representing South Australia. Wong is the first Commonwealth
cabinet, Asian-born federal minister.[1][2]

Julia Gillard

The Honourable Julia Gillard
BA, LLB (Melb), MP
Julia Gillard
14th Deputy Prime Minister of Australia
Assumed office
3 December 2007

Member of the Australian Parliament for Lalor

Born 29 September 1961 (1961-09-29) (age 47)
Barry, Wales, UK
Nationality Australia
Political party Australian Labor Party
Residence Altona, Victoria[1]
Alma mater University of Melbourne, University of Adelaide
Occupation Politician

Julia Eileen Gillard (born 29 September 1961) is an Australian
politician and the current Deputy Prime Minister of Australia. She is
the fourteenth person to hold this position and is the deputy leader
of the federal Australian Labor Party.

Julia Gillard has been an ALP member of the Australian House of
Representatives since October 1998, representing the Division of
Lalor, Victoria.

She was elected unopposed as Deputy Leader on 4 December 2006. She
also became the Shadow Minister for Employment and Industrial
Relations and the Shadow Minister for Social Inclusion on 10 December

Following Labor's victory in the 2007 Federal Election, Prime Minister
Kevin Rudd announced that Gillard would serve as the Minister for
Education, the Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations and
also the Minister for Social Inclusion.[3]

She is the first woman - and the first foreign-born person - to hold
the position of Deputy Prime Minister.

Until 5 September 2008, when Quentin Bryce became Governor-General,
she was the highest ranking Australian woman in the history of the
Australian government.

On 11 December 2007[4]she became the first woman in Australia's
history to be in the Prime Ministerial role, by assuming the role of
Acting Prime Minister

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