"It doesn't matter how beautiful your theory is, it doesn't matter how smart you are. If it doesn't agree with experiment, it's wrong." Richard P. Feynman

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Blame not Garrett but Rudd

Andrew Bolt has been a vocal critic of Rudd's Government since the election and he sheets blame for the whole insulation disaster to Kevin Rudd's rush-rush style of governing. His review of the Rudd's Government handling of the fiasco is scathing .
This insulation fiasco is just the first of Rudd’s many failures already to sink home to a public that’s been happy to give their new Prime Minister the benefit of the doubt. I fear there will be many more like it, some with even billions more at stake.

Indeed, I’m now convinced Rudd is at least as incompetent a manager as Whitlam, but with none of Whitlam’s vision.
Rudd is casting around for a central strategy for the up-coming election and the insulation disaster has made the financial management platform very difficult.

1 comment:

  1. You are correct Baron...Bolt is scathing in his comments on Rudd and rightly so.

    Like Bolt, I too smell blood in the air as a result of Rudd's manic, obsessive and frenetic need to implement poorly planned programs that are doomed to major budget and time over-runs and even failure.

    He is on borrowed time and is sinking further and further into this self generated mire on a daily basis. Indeed, the mire is fast turning into quicksand.

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