We hear every day how bad this PM is. We hear that the PM is not fit for the role.
We hear that the PM knifed the previous PM.
We hear that because of what was happening at the time. An acceptance speech was written. The PM must have known this was happening.
We hear that there was polling at the time, which the PM must have seen. It was unreasonable of the PM to say that polling goes on all the time and she cannot recall any in detail.
We hear that there was a move made a week or so before the event. Therefore, it must have been the PM organising it.
We hear that the PM must be lying when said that she was approached but did not make her mind up until the night she challenged Mr. Rudd.
We hear that faceless men got rid of Mr. Rudd, not the members of caucus.
We hear that the PM got rid of an elected PM.
We hear that this is not a legitimate government.
We hear that the PM is paralysed and is not able to carry out her role.
We hear that the parliament is dysfunctional.
We hear the PM is a habitual liar.
We hear the PM breaks promises.
We hear that this government is not legitimate.
We hear that the PM colludes to incite riots that endanger the Opposition leader.
We hear that this PM claims credit for a flourishing economy that is the result of the hard work of Mr. Howard.
We hear that this PM refuses to acknowledge that firms are acting in a pre-emptive way, putting workers off to cope with the carbon tax, which is due in the next financial year.
We hear that the PM insists that it the high dollar and the highly profitable mining industry is leading to a multi-tier economy, not her carbon tax.
We hear that the PM cannot control her office. The PM is covering up for an officer she dismissed for acting out of place. The PM is guilty of not answering the Opposition questions about this worker. The PM should answer, regardless of the fact that there is a police investigation under way, and if the PM did give information, it could discriminate the officer.
The PM cannot change her office because the PM changed the seating arrangements at cabinet meetings. The PM has asked her ministers not to take notes during cabinet meetings. The PM does not talk to her FM.
The PM does an hour-long interview in which she described what her govern is doing and has done. Because only a few seconds that made her look bad gets to air, the PM showed bad political judgement by agreeing to be interview, by what many would hope could be the trusted Four Corners.
The PM is guilty of not interfering in an independent FWA concerning another MP on her side of the house. This is in spite of two police investigations, instigated by the Opposition.
The PM is guilty of breaking her word to Mr. Wilkie. It seems does not matter that similar legislation that begins the process is being introduced.
The PM lied when she introduced the Green Energy Future Bill, which has been passed. This was a lie, even when the PM promises a price on carbon emission before the election.
The latest lie the PM is accused of is the rebate for private health insurance. It appears that in 2007 she would not support it. After that, there were two attempts to get it passed. It was mention before the 2010 election.
What we do not hear is that there have been over 268 pieces of legalisation passed.
What we do not hear is all the promises that have been kept.
What we do not hear is the positive messages about the achievements of the Government and her ministers are espousing each day.
What we do not hear is anything positive about the PM.
What we do hear, is many positives being turned into negatives.
What we hear all the time is, “Mr. Abbott says . . .”