The leader’s speech

Well, I can tell you what I thought, but I’m no columnist.

Tell me what you thought – e-mail [email protected] and I’ll publish a representative sample ASAP.

These just in:

“Loved it. Strong, compelling, and above all Liberal.”

“I just wanted to say what was with the two arm wave? Have we elected a leader or a monarch?!”

“I though the speech was brilliant, and I really enjoyed the slideshows at the start, especially the Star Trek theme tune”

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5 Comments

  • Brian Stone 22nd Sep '06 - 5:19pm

    It was good on substance and detail but he just does not look the part. Ming did not look comfortable giving the speech. And those arms…it made him look a frail old gentlemen.

  • I thought the speech was good on content but performance was frankly cringeawful!

  • Ming has the right ideas – our green tax switch is brilliant, but he doesn’t have the charisma we need to lead us.

    Sorry

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