Peter Garrett single handedly destroys Labor's hopes

Peter Garrett gaffe undermines Labor | The Courier-Mail
Peter Garrett has fallen into the age old electoral trap opening his big yap and spilling the beans about Labor's real agenda.
[quote]NINE simple words could derail the strategy at the heart of Labor's campaign.
Labor environment spokesman Peter Garrett might well have meant as a joke his "once we get in we'll just change it all" comment to radio shock jock Steve Price yesterday, but it could prove to be far from a laughing matter for Opposition Leader Kevin Rudd.[/quote]
Never under-estimate Little Johnny. It ain't over. I must check out the odds at the bookies before Labor puts more feet in their collective mouths.

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