In Australia when they’re lamenting the state of modern political rhetoric …

… they excoriate mostly-marble-mouthed Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and they celebrate Paul Keating, the Prime Minister from 1991 to 1996.

He was a Mahler nut and a general lover of classical music, and once said,”I completely restructured the Australian economy on the backs of those composers.”

Here’s more. (In case you don’t get the Brisbane Times.)

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