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 Kim Beazley - “If there were gold medals for biting the hand that feeds you, Mark Latham would be standing on top of the dais.”
 Kim Beazley - “We oppose this legislation in its entirety and we have done consistently since the government first brought this forward.”
 Kim Beazley - “This is a shameless, shameful moment ... as the government bulldozes through the sale of Telstra legislation And it's a sad moment for the Australian people who are overwhelmingly opposed to the sale We witnessed both in this chamber and over in the other chamber an almost obscene dancing by our political opponents when this legislation passed through,”
 Kim Beazley - “This will bring the Howard government down unless they back off. But they probably won't and (these reforms) will take them out.”
 Kim Beazley - “This is a shameless, shameful moment ... as the government bulldozes through the sale of Telstra legislation And it's a sad moment for the Australian people who are overwhelmingly opposed to the sale We witnessed both in this chamber and over in the other chamber an almost obscene dancing by our political opponents when this legislation passed through,”
 Kim Beazley - “This is a shameless, shameful moment ... as the government bulldozes through the sale of Telstra legislation And it's a sad moment for the Australian people who are overwhelmingly opposed to the sale We witnessed both in this chamber and over in the other chamber an almost obscene dancing by our political opponents when this legislation passed through,”
 Kim Beazley - “He is being entrusted with a powerful position which is particularly important for Labor as we contemplate reconciliation. His contribution to political life engages all the issues of state as well as reconciliation and issues across the Aboriginal agenda.”
 Kim Beazley - “The unfortunate thing is that it brings this in to play at a time when there is regional disagreement with our endorsing of national missiles defenses.”
 Kim Beazley - “The prime minister is not telling the truth about this because this has got nothing to do with anything good for the Australian economy,”
 Kim Beazley - “What we have to be careful about - and I think the premiers do really try very hard to be careful about this - is that we don't as we go down the process of protecting our society from terrorists, loose essential values in our society,”
 Kim Beazley - “And it has to be dealt with - albeit within the framework of what sustains Australian values while we do it,”
 Kim Beazley - “The prime minister, the foreign minister and the trade minister were the three wise monkeys they saw no evil, they spoke no evil, they heard no evil but they knew all about it. It's a sorry story of a government in a mode of reckless negligence.”
 Kim Beazley - “I think he's quite wrong. I think we will win the next election if we're fit for government and we've got the right policies,”
 Kim Beazley - “I've seen John Howard's government do some pretty low things over the years, but hiding behind the Melbourne Cup to introduce these shoot-to-kill laws into parliament and pass them through, well that's the lowest of the low.”
 Kim Beazley - “I was defence minister for a few years,”
 Kim Beazley - “a sad moment for the Australian people, who are overwhelmingly opposed to the sale.”
 Kim Beazley - “This is a shameless, shameful moment ... as the government bulldozes through the sale of Telstra legislation And it's a sad moment for the Australian people who are overwhelmingly opposed to the sale We witnessed both in this chamber and over in the other chamber an almost obscene dancing by our political opponents when this legislation passed through,”
 Kim Beazley - “We actually have good resources there, of people with consular skills and logistic skills,”
 Kim Beazley - “We have seen repeated sightings of people wandering around the airport(s) unauthorized, people that have not gone through the proper security check and the fact that at regional airports there are no security checks at all, ... The government should have acted much earlier.”
 Kim Beazley - “As I recollect those times and they were a long time ago my office and myself were consistently in touch with people, including members of the Caucus, who were helping him. It was a tragedy but we must reflect on the fact that there is a wife and children left from this and respect their privacy and therefore, beyond what I have just said, I don't intend to continue comment.”
 Kim Beazley - “If you actually had a coast guard, you would have effective enforcement in our northern waters. Good fences make good neighbors. As far as maritime issues are concerned, a good fence is a coast guard.”
 Kim Beazley - “The good thing about how the party responded is there's a very considerable sense of unity and purpose about it and determination not to keep being involved in navel gazing, we've done enough of that.”
 Kim Beazley - “It's a decision of theirs that they took on their own and I express my gratitude to them. They're lovely girls.”
 Kim Beazley - “We'll have a decent debate in the Labor Party on the mines policy.”
 Kim Beazley - “Politics calls for robust debate and criticism, but this should never descend to personal and demeaning slurs.”

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