Rare Footage of Gillard Dancing.

There is no information with this video, so I have no idea when it was taken. But if you have a look at the banner behind the stage it says:- Emilys List.
This is what I have found out about Emilys List.

The acronym “Emily” stands for Early Money Is Like Yeast. First established in the United States, Emily’s List is a feminist organisation which raises money to have pro-abortion women elected to parliament. It functions within the Democratic Party in the US and the ALP in Australia. Emily’s List candidates also support “equity”, i.e., the preferential hiring and promotion of women, and “diversity”, meaning homosexual rights.

In Australia, Emily’s List was founded by two former Labor premiers, Joan Kirner (Victoria) and Carmen Lawrence (Western Australia). It claims to have 3,000 members and to have helped 115 women into state and federal parliaments.

Click here to read the full story on Emilys List at “News Weekly”

Source Andrew Bolt.

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6 Responses to Rare Footage of Gillard Dancing.

  1. bingells says:

    Oh well, she’s no worse a dancer than a bunch of drunken middle aged relatives at a wedding. Her fellow Labor-ite Peter Garrett is a much worse dancer!

  2. Sue says:

    I think that is the first time I have seen Julia in a skirt, she usually wears long pants, she does look a bit younger in the video. I agree with you and Bingells about Peter Garrett.

  3. malc50 says:

    Is that Joan Kirner on guitar?

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