An interesting observation by a friend after being in Brisbane on the day of the Labor election launch.
She found herself in a bank queue commiserating with a young woman on disrupted traffic conditions around town. "It all Kevin Rudd's fault," they joked together.
Suddenly, the woman looked cautiously around her then, lowering her voice, she leaned in and whispered: "I really shouldn't say this, but I don't like him. He's kind of creepy..."
'I really shouldn't say this'? Why not? Because it goes against the groupthink?