ABBOTT: They’re young, feisty – I think I
can probably say – have a bit of sex appeal. HUGHES: Now do you feel jealous at all? Has
he ever said that about you, Joe? HOCKEY: Yeah. Tony says it to me often, that
I’m a sexy guy. In front of my colleagues, he said that I look like the parliamentary
George Clooney. BICKMORE: Is that one attitude we probably
need to change, Joe? HOCKEY: What? That Tony Abbott says that I’m
sexy? Yeah, I’d like to change that. KEATING: Like the story of the modern Australia. The opinion polls are winning. It keeps the parties spinning. The voters simply won’t stop swinging. We’ve gone too far to give up who we are. So let’s raise the bar. We can’t pay for more cars. We’re up all night to beat Rudd. He’s up for a new pledge in blood. Can I just say… we’ve got stuck in the mud. And he’s up all night to get Hockey. I’m up. All right, stop the boats. We’re up. All right? Count the votes. Now’s the time for men in white coats. So, I’m up all night to get Hockey. I’m up all night for Joe Hockey. We’re up all night to get Hockey. We’re up all night to get Hockey. He’s up all night for Joe Hockey.