Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Pauline Hanson: "I don't like it!"
February 24, 2009 03:38pm
CONTROVERSIAL former politician Pauline Hanson will attempt to win a seat in the Queensland parliament at the March 21 state election.
Ms Hanson confirmed today that she would again make a tilt at a parliamentary career, but would not confirm where she will stand.
"I will be standing," she said.
"I'm sorry that I'm quite evasive about this at the moment, but there's a lot happening and I just can't say too much."
It is understood details of her campaign will be revealed on Monday.
The 54-year-old former Ipswich fish and chip shop owner came to fame in 1996 when she was disendorsed by the Liberal Party for advocating the abolition of welfare for Aborigines but went on to win the federal seat of Oxley and sit as an independent.
Her One Nation party won 25 per cent of the vote at the 1998 Queensland state election, taking 11 of the 89 seats.
Since she split from the party, she has made several unsuccessful attempts at re-entering federal politics.
I'd vote for you Pauline. At least you know what it means to be a real Aussie, not like Rudd who thinks it is quite ok to sell us out to mass immigration from undesirable countries.
All the best love, I hope you do well.
Posted by Dave at 6:49 PM