Psalm 41


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This moring in church we read a passage from Psalm 41 than ran

My enemies wonder in malice
when I will die, and my name perish.
And when they come to see me, they utter empty words,
while their hearts gather mischief;
when they go out, they tell it abroad.
All who hate me whisper together about me;
they imagine the worst for me.

They think that a deadly thing has fastened on me,
that I will not rise again from where I lie.
Even my bosom friend in whom I trusted,
who ate of my bread, has lifted the heel against me.

I could not help but muse about how K Rudd would feel about the passage. When I got home I realized that he was off oversea again, so maybe did not have the opportunity to read it himself.

I also saw that a K Rudd potty mouth video had been posted on You-tube. K Rudd apologized for any offence, however I suspect none taken.  Julia was also protesting the innocence of the Prime Ministers Office.

Andrew Wilkie was also in on the act, saying he would rather work with K Rudd who told him last November he was going to have tilt at the top job. Probably a good testament to open government and a bloody silly thing to have said.

The media declare that it is on. Maybe it is, or may be it isn’t.

The government hold power on a shaky thread, The Prime Minister holds power by a shaky thread,  and most of us think it is a pack of cards. And Craig Thompson does not look like he is out of the woods yet.

Co-incidentally there is a program on TV at the moment called Revenge.

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