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“How does he go before the Australian people dressed in the clothes of a Liberal leader and deny more than 20 years of Liberal engagement with the science of climate change?” she said.
Mr Abbott then took another point of order.
“The question was about the Lodge, not the dodge – that’s what it was.”
After outlining her belief in climate change and the need for a price on carbon, Ms Gillard launched another attack on Mr Abbott.
“If he wants to debate political honesty in this place, then bring it on,” she said.
“Did he go to the Australian people before the last election telling them about his $11 billion black hole?”
Amid roars from the Opposition benches and futile attempts by Mr Jenkins to restore order, the Prime Minister went on.
“Did he go to the Australian people before the last election saying [Pauline Hanson's] One Nation would write his economic policy?” she said.
“Did he go to the Australian people before the last election saying senior members of his frontbench like the shadow treasurer would agitate for the return of WorkChoices? No he did not.
“So if we want to have a debate about political honesty then bring it on, Mr Speaker, bring it on because we have the most hollow man with the least conviction sitting in the Opposition Leader’s chair we’ve ever seen in this Parliament.”