A pretty big deal I think. You know, international trade, defence and all that important stuff. I don't agree with everything little John has done it's just that alternative sucks. As for work choices it's a better alternative than unions. I will keep an eye out for your numbersThen again how big a deal is it to have a leader who is a player on the world stage? (or even thinks he is a player!)
No worries my wooly army is massing on your borders (and NZ). Y'all are the first to fall when world domination starts :evilaugh:Bigdaddy it might well be a crap slinging fest sponsored by you but at least you get some entertainment for your money. It makes me laugh watching it (thanks)
As Sheep said (and it's absolutely the same in the UK), our politicians only offer complete and unequivocal non-commitment or (please excuse me Sheep) following blindly the popular vote like sheep. I'd much rather have politicians say what they feel. Even if I completely disagree with them, I would feel they were more human and in touch with some form of reality (if losely) connected to my own. Brits only laugh at the irony during election time in the UK.