- We are
constantly being told that we've never been wealthier. And
many of us are. On average we all are. But that's just the
problem.. no one is average.
Gillard # Wealth,
- At the
end of the day government is about teamwork and partnership
and we will be proving that by working together.
Gillard # Partnership,
- The Prime
Minister seems now to be basing his re-election campaign on
this plot line. He is saying to the Australian people, look
out, the baddies behind you - hiss, boo and whatever you do,
don't vote Labor. This political parody of pantomime is looking
and sounding desperate.
Gillard # Elections,
has failed to do enough to present a courageous and coherent
set of policies. We've got to outline our own vision for Australia,
which I believe should include an independent foreign policy,
bold social policy and economic policy that delivers prosperity
Gillard # Party,
- I did
hear the rumour and it was completely untrue.
Gillard # Negative,
- We see
community organizations as major service providers and economic
drivers rather than as recipients or distributors of charity,
and coordinators of volunteers. Today they constitute what's
referred to as 'the social economy'.
Gillard # Social,
everyone in the economic, wealth-creating life of the nation
is today the best way for Labor (Australian Labor Party) to
meet its twin goals of raising national prosperity and creating
a fair and decent society.
Gillard # Economy,
- As our
economy faces up to potential labour shortages due to our
ageing population and as it moves to a new level of sophistication
to compete with the rest of the world, we're going to need
every Australian on board pulling their weight, rejoining
the workforce, gaining new skills.
Gillard # Politics,
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