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I mean we all actually agreed that Howard was an arselicker after all and it made Australian politics far more interesting.
Gladstone was right about almost everything, he pursued a moral foreign policy that sought to rescue Christians from the dreaded Turks, he helped the poor, and was an all-round do-gooding liberal; Disraeli was a cynic and a royal arselicker who painted half of Africa pink and seduced the working-class into become Tories; yet somehow everyone always ends up liking the old rascal.