I thought calling for the assassination of political leaders was illegal?
Laurie Oakes, writing in the Daily Telegraph, seems to be able to get away with it :
I have discovered that (Rudd)...has a fondness for guns.Come on, Laurie. You didn't "discover" this. This news is so old, it's wearing incontinence pants and a Seekers t-shirt. December, 2006 :
Kevin makes no apologies for being a long-standing supporter of shooters’ rights. He has participated in a number of celebrity events at the Belmont range throughout the years, along with former South Australian ALP Senator John Quirk, who serves as a patron for a number of shooting organisations.
You can "discover" this news about Rudd & Guns for yourself through deep, thorough investigative journalism in the fetid heart of Canberra, like Oakesy, or by some complex Google searching, using the words "Rudd gun".
I'm going to miss Brendan Nelson. He was pure Comedy Gold, however unintentional his brilliantly hilarious impression of a Liberal Party leader was.
Nelson was as funny as a kitten as with its head caught in a empty yoghurt container.
Unlike Malcolm Turnbull, who's about as amusing as a school bus accident.