Tuesday, September 14, 2004

Howard after the 66.6% debate said, Oh I'm glad the worm doesn't have a vote. Ach, Media Dragon is glad the webdiarists are casting over 400 solid observations not just on the election lottery, but also about the days after the elections. (smile)

Eye on Politics & Law Lords: Who Left the Wormish Door Open? The 'great' debate
In which John Howard and Mark Latham trade blows on terrorism, the economy health, education, truth in government and the PM's future plans. And in which Channel Nine's 'worm' awards victory to Latham by 66.6 per cent to 33.3 per cent, though many saw it as a tighter bout.
The 66.6-33.3 split is apparently the exact same score by which the 'worm' awarded Kim Beazley a win over Howard in 2001.

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