Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Poor Johnny

Even his friends have left him (and he can't buy them back):

'Top Private Schools Lash PM's Policy - The Age'

Could the swing go really big? Could Rudd's momentum mean a blowout on election day? Voters often don't want to be on the losing side and consequently changes of government in Australia often come with big swings. Momentum begets momentum. I'm not calling a big swing... it could still be close. But I did decide yesterday that some seats that could be affected in a really big uniform swing were paying too much for labour, so I laid down some little bets.

$5 each on Labour to win in: Aston (paying $50), Higgins ($45), Casey ($36.25), Dunkley ($24.25) and Macarthur ($15.25). Do I think any or all of these bets will come off? Probably not... but I think they are reasonable value. And it means I can afford to buy the champagne if Costello goes down in flames.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Cam, where does Tim live, I wan't to know the address for the house warming?

7:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's in Northcote, you can smell it from anywhere!!

5:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

But which street. I want the exact location of where Mr T Waston of E&Y lives!

10:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you mean Tim Watson?

12:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who is this anonymous guy or girl that keeps posting? Or is it Jess again?


12:28 AM  
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2:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hehehe yep it's jess and your house does stink!!!

2:47 PM  

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